|Born||Deborah Ann Stirling Gallacher
30 November 1970
Bowdon, Altrincham, Cheshire, England
|Other names||Stirling Gleeson (married name)|
Seán Gleeson (2009 – present);William Ely (divorced)
|Awards||British Soap Award – Best On-Screen Partnership – Dr. Georgina Woodson|
Gallacher played Dr. Georgina Woodson in the British television drama Doctors from 2003 to 2009. In 2007, along with co-star Seán Gleeson, she won the 'Best On Screen Partnership' award at the British Soap Awards.
She has worked with actor/comedian Ricky Gervais, appearing in Gervais's stand up show Animals and playing Jennifer Taylor-Clarke in both series of The Office. Following this, she starred in Little Britain as the Prime Minister's wife. Gallacher co-wrote and co-directed the play, The Seven Deadly Sins, with Andrea Seale.
Stirling has a son, Ulysses, born in January 2004. She is not the mother of Jessica Gallagher, the child actress who played her on-screen daughter, Bracken. On 20 June 2009, she married her ex Doctors co-star, and on-screen husband, Seán Gleeson. They also have a baby boy born in September 2009.
- "The British Soap Awards in pictures", Metro, 29 May 2007, retrieved 4 July 2011
- "Street wins seven at soap awards", BBC, 26 May 2007, retrieved 4 July 2011
- Sickels, Robert C. (2008) The Business of Entertainment: Movies, Praeger Publishers, ISBN 978-0-275-99840-0, p. 63
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