Catherine Shepherd

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Catherine Shepherd
Born 1975
Hammersmith, London, England

Catherine Margaret Shepherd (born 1975) is an English actress and writer, with a career spanning radio, theatre, film and television.[1]

Shepherd was born in Hammersmith, London, England. She was educated in South London at the James Allen's Girls' School. A prolific writer, having co-written several plays performed at the Edinburgh Fringe,[1] Shepherd's stage play Cats and Monkeys has been produced as a BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play, with a cast featuring Anna Carteret, Jack Shepherd and the author.[1][2]

She was a commissioned writer on the comedy sketch show Party Piece[1] (produced by Objective and shown on E4) and also wrote on the BBC Radio 4 show Concrete Cow.[1] Shepherd co-wrote Your Whole Life, which won a Best of the Sunday Lizard award at the Traverse Theatre.[1]

Shepherd speaks fluent Italian,[1] and achieved honours at senior grade in ballet dancing.[1]

She is the daughter of well-known actor Jack Shepherd, who is perhaps most famous for having played Charles Wycliffe in the HTV television series Wycliffe.






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