Vicki Pepperdine

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Vicki Pepperdine is an English actress and comedienne. She co-writes and stars in the BBC Four sitcom Getting On with Jo Brand and Joanna Scanlan. She and Melanie Hudson formed the comedy duo Hudson and Pepperdine; the pair wrote and starred in BBC Radio 4's The Hudson and Pepperdine Show.

Pepperdine also starred in the BBC Radio 4 series Artists, had a recurring role on the BBC Three sitcom Grass, on the BBC Four sitcom Up the Women, and has had roles in over 30 TV shows including an episode of Julia Davis's dark comedy Nighty Night, Jack Dee's Lead Balloon, Steve Coogan's I'm Alan Partridge and Saxondale, and Miranda Hart's Christmas Unwrapped.

Her theatre work includes the role of Mrs Candour in Deborah Warner's 2011 The School for Scandal at the Barbican Centre.

In 2013, she co-wrote and starred in Puppy Love, again with Joanna Scanlan.

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