Susy Kane

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Susy Kane
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Born (1978-08-27) 27 August 1978 (age 35)
Dorking, Surrey, England
Occupation Actress, writer, musician

Susy Kane (born 27 August 1978, Dorking, Surrey, England) is an English actress, comedy writer and musician.

Personal life[edit]

She is the daughter of opera singer Alison Warner and actor and writer John Kane, and the younger sister of comedy writer and actor Simon Kane. Her father is a former associate artist of the Royal Shakespeare Company and is the creator and writer of British sitcom Terry and June. She is of French Huguenot and Celtic ancestry.[citation needed]

She grew up in Wandsworth, London and won a scholarship to Westminster School in the sixth form. She studied Chinese, Art and Film at the University of Edinburgh.[1] She lives in North London.

Career[edit]

A singer, jazz pianist and classically trained violinist she started singing in jazz clubs when she was 16. She has written event music for the London Eye and played gypsy fiddle for the Charlotte Church album Tissues and Issues.

Her TV credits include Saxondale, Gavin & Stacey, Extras Christmas Special, The Thick of It and The IT Crowd. She is also a leading contributor to Funny Or Die UK as a writer, actress and director [2] and plays Pippa in the long running comedy series Bleak Expectations on BBC Radio 4.[3]

She has written sketches for topical BBC radio sketch show Recorded For Training Purposes, BBC Comedy Shuffle, ITV's Comedy Cuts, BBC Three CGI sketch show The Wrong Door and BAFTA award winning series Harry and Paul starring Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse, also for the BBC.

In 2012 she joined the cast of "Nickelodeon"'s "House of Anubis" for its third season as Caroline Denby.

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