|Born||Camille F. Coduri
18 April 1965
Wandsworth, London, England, United Kingdom
|Spouse(s)||Christopher Fulford (1992-present)|
|Children||Rosa (born 1992)
Santino (born 1996)
She is featured in the film comedies Nuns on the Run (1990) and King Ralph (1991). She has also appeared extensively on British television, appearing in guest roles in episodes of series such as Rumpole of the Bailey, A Bit of Fry and Laurie, Boon, A Touch of Frost and in the BBC's 1997 adaptation of Henry Fielding's novel The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling. She appeared in BBC Three's six-part drama series Sinchronicity (2006).
Coduri recurred regularly in the first two series of the revived Doctor Who as Jackie Tyler and reprised her role in the Series 4 episode "Journey's End" (2008) and David Tennant's final episode, "The End of Time" (2010). She also participated in a Doctor Who-themed episode of The Weakest Link, first broadcast on 30 March 2007. She won the game, beating Noel Clarke (Mickey Smith) in the final round, splitting the prize money of £16,550 evenly between multiple sclerosis and children who are carers.
In an episode of Ashes to Ashes (April 2010), Coduri played a woman who helps DCI Gene Hunt and DI Alex Drake during an investigation. In September 2010, she joined BBC Three comedy Him & Her, playing Shelly.
|1987||Boon||Shandy Tremblett||Episode "Taken for a Ride" (#2.5): "introducing" credit|
|1987||A Prayer for the Dying||Jenny Fox||Film|
|1988||The River||Cousin Sheila||One episode (#1.4)|
|1989||Ruth Rendell Mysteries||Lesley Arbel||One episode ("The Veiled One")|
|1990||Nuns on the Run||Faith Thomas||Film|
|1990||A Bit of Fry and Laurie||Laura||Episode #2.5|
|1991||King Ralph||Miranda Green||Film|
|1991||Boon||Naomi||Episode "Stamp Duty" (#6.13)|
|1992||Rumpole of the Bailey||Dot Clapton||Five episodes|
|1994-95||Nelson's Column||Lorraine Wilde||Nine episodes|
|1996||A Touch of Frost||Pauline Venables||One episode ("Paying the Price")|
|1996||The Famous Five||Maggie||One episode ("Five on a Hike together")|
|1997||The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling||Jenny Jones||Adapted from the novel|
|2002||Trial & Retribution||Sharon Fearnley||One episode (#6.2)|
|2004||William and Mary||Carol||Episode #2.2|
|2004||England Expects||Sadie Knight||TV Movie|
|2005-06, 2008, 2010||Doctor Who||Jackie Tyler||15 episodes|
|2006||Pickles: The Dog Who Won the World Cup||Janice Yeomans||TV film|
|2006||Sinchronicity||Peggy Simmons||Six episodes|
|2007||The Last Detective||Beverley Vincent||One episode|
|2007||Agatha Christie's Marple||Mrs Lindsay||Episode "Ordeal by Innocence"|
|2008||Lark Rise to Candleford||Patty||Episode #1.3|
|2008||Love Me Still||Maggie Ronson||Film|
|2008||Adulthood||Woman on Bus||Film|
|2008||New Tricks||Carrie Soper||Episode "Spare Parts"|
|2010||Ashes to Ashes||Gloria||Episode #3.5|
|2010||Midsomer Murders||Grace Bishops||Episode "The Noble Art"|
|2010-2013||Him & Her||Shelly||Recurring (16 Episodes)|
|2012||Secrets and Words||Rita||One episode "Mightier than the Sword"|
|2014—||Edge of Heaven||Judy|
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- Wise, Jon (28 May 2006). "Dr. Woo!". The People. Retrieved 2006-05-31.