Annette Badland

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Annette Badland
Annette Badland 2016.jpg
Badland in 2016
Born (1950-08-26) 26 August 1950 (age 70)
Years active1970–present
Notable work
Doctor Who
Cutting It
Wizards vs Aliens
The Sparticle Mystery
The Archers
Ted Lasso

Annette Badland (born 26 August 1950) is an English actress known for a wide range of roles on television, radio, stage, and film. She is best known for her roles as Margaret Blaine in the BBC science fiction series Doctor Who, Mrs. Glenna Fitzgibbons in the first season of Outlander, and Babe Smith in the BBC soap opera EastEnders. She was nominated for an Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in 1993 for her performance in Jim Cartwright's play The Rise and Fall of Little Voice.[1]

Early life[edit]

Badland was born on 26 August 1950 in Edgbaston, Birmingham. Her mother, originally from Loanhead, Scotland, relocated to Birmingham during World War II to work as a munitions and aircraft worker in the factories, where she met Badland's father.[2] Her family often returned to Scotland for holidays and to visit family, or sometimes they holidayed in Wales.[3][2] Badland trained in acting at East 15 Acting School in Loughton, Essex, working in "rep" at Southwold Summer Theatre during her time there. Her performance as the maid in Private Lives for the Summer 1970 season earned her an Equity Card and the right to work in the professional theatre.[4][5]



After drama school, Badland joined Ian McKellen's Actors' Company at the Cambridge Arts Theatre; her first professional productions were in director Noel Willman's Three Arrows (by Iris Murdoch) and Richard Cottrell's Ruling the Roost (Georges Feydeau) in October 1972.[6][7][8][9] After pantomime (Toad of Toad Hall at the Dukes Theatre, Lancaster),[10] at the end of that year she moved on to the 1973 season with the Royal Shakespeare Company at Stratford.[11] Her Audrey in As You Like It was considered an auspicious debut in a leading company.[2][12][13]

Badland joined the cast of Jim Cartwright's play The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, which centres on a shy young woman from Lancashire who expresses herself through song, at the Aldwych Theatre from October 1992 through February 1993.[14] In 1994, she starred in Tony Kushner's post-communist tragic comedy Slavs!, which explored the repercussions of the post Soviet era.[15]

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, a play adapted from Muriel Sparks' novel about an otherwise inspirational teacher who transpires to have an unhealthy admiration for fascist leaders, saw Badland as headmistress Miss Mackay on London's West End in 1998.[16] She went on to perform opposite Jude Law in both David Lan's 1999 production of 'Tis Pity She's a Whore and his 2002 production of Doctor Faustus at the Young Vic Theatre in London.[17][18]

In 2006, Badland worked with The Peter Hall Company on two productions at the Theatre Royal in Bath, England. The first was Shakespeare's Measure for Measure, a drama centering on protagonist Isabella's moral dilemma of whether or not to sacrifice her virginity to save her brother.[19][20] Second was writer Alan Bennett's ensemble piece Habeas Corpus, a farce penned in 1971 and set to modern music of that time.[21][22] She went on to work with Hall again in 2007 in a production of Noël Coward's The Vortex at London's Apollo Theatre.[23]

During the Tiata Delights Festival in 2009, Badland performed in Zimbabwean playwright Michael Bhim's The Golden Hour, a thriller set in a London hospital where the main character encounters a baby he thinks has been brought to the country illegally.[24] That same year she participated in Hampstead Theatre's (London) fiftieth anniversary season by starring in Michael Frayn's play Alphabetical Order, which is set in a provincial newspaper library.[25][26] Finishing out 2009, Badland featured as psychic medium Madame Arcat in Noël Coward's comedy Blithe Spirit at the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester, England.[27][28]

With a cast consisting mostly of child actors, Badland starred as the headmistress in 2010's Royal Court Theatre production of Kin, a disturbing play detailing the lives of young girls at boarding school.[29] From there she went on to star in Far Away, Caryl Churchill's dystopian drama where the future is war, at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre.[30]

In 2018, Badland signed on to work with The Globe Theatre in London in their production of Blanche McIntyre's The Winter's Tale, which was broadcast live to theatres in October of that year, and Matt Hartley's Eyam, based upon the true story of a Derbyshire village that voluntarily quarantined themselves during an outbreak of the Black Plague.[31][32][33] During the first quarter of 2019, Badland starred in two separate productions, featuring the same cast, at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse in London. The first was Edward II, where she portrayed Mortimer, and the second was After Edward, a response to Marlowe's Edward II, where she portrayed Gertrude Stein.[34]

In September 2019, Badland was made a patron of The Old Rep Theatre in Birmingham. The theatre dedicated a seat in her honour that reads "Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it".[35]

In March 2020 she appeared in Our Lady of Blundellsands, a new play written by Jonathan Harvey as one of the two sisters in the dysfunctional Domingo family.[36]


Badland's first professional television role was for Thames Television in 1975's feature length biopic The Naked Civil Servant, where she portrayed the tap-dancing pupil.[37] Between 1978 and 1980, she was featured in a series one episode of BBC Two's The Devil's Crown, an episode of ITV's Spearhead, ATV's long running serial Crossroads, made-for-TV film Flat Bust, BBC One's Shoestring, and Thames Television's The Dick Emery Hour.[38][39][40][41][42][43] From there she secured a recurring role as Charlotte in BBC's crime drama Bergerac (1981–84), a four episode stint in Thames Television's Bognor, BBC's mini-series Great Expectations, and several episodes of BBC Two's comedy The Last Song.[44][45][46][47]

1982 saw Badland appear in several guest starring roles in episodic television. ITV's crime drama The Gentle Touch, a police drama set in 1980's Britain, featured her in the series three episode "Solution".[48] She also guest starred as a nurse in both BBC's period drama Nanny and Thames Television's crime series Minder.[46] In February 1983 she starred as Vera in PBS's comedic mini-series Pictures, set during the era of silent films, which was broadcast on Masterpiece Theatre.[46] Later that year, Badland guest starred on an episode of BBC Two's satirical mini-series The Old Men At The Zoo, which was based upon Angus Wilson's dystopian novel of the same name.[49][50] ABC's drama Lace, originally aired in 1984, featured Badland alongside Angela Lansbury and Phoebe Cates.[51] She would reprise her role as Piggy Fassbinder in the 1985 made for TV sequel Lace II.[46] Between those appearances, Badland would feature in Channel 4's made for film TV film Last Day of Summer, BBC's Two-part mini-series Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple: “A Pocket Full of Rye” as Gladys Martin, BBC's made-for-TV film Newstime as Doreen, Channel 4's TV film Sacred Hearts as Sister Mercy and an episode of ITV's children's anthology series Dramarama.[52][53][54][55][56]

From 1985 to 1986, Badland starred as Christine in ITV's sitcom Troubles and Strife, which revolved around the effect a new young vicar had on the town's women.[57] She went on, the next year, to co-star in the PBS mini-series A Little Princess, based upon Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic children's novel (1905) and a series one episode of the BBC's sitcom You Must Be the Husband.[58][59] Badland was a regular guest in series one of ITV/Channel 4's comedy sketch series Hale & Pace in 1988 before a turn in a series four episode ("Chinese Whispers", 1989) of BBC's anthology series Screenplay.[60][61][62] Following that, she appeared in "The Rough and The Smooth", an episode of All Creatures Great and Small, an episode of BBC's medical drama Casualty, and CBS's made-for-TV film The Pied Piper, alongside Peter O'Toole.[63][64] From 1990 to 1991, Badland featured as multiple characters in BBC One's children's series Happy Families, which was based upon a set of books by Janet and Alan Ahlberg.[65][66]

Badland guest starred in a four episode stint on BBC's Manchester based comedy Making Out early in 1991 and three episodes of the BBC One children's programme Archer's Goon in 1992.[67][68][69] She also featured in two separate episodes, one in 1991 and one in 1993, of the family sitcom 2point4 Children.[70][71] Returning to BBC's medical drama Casualty for a second time, Badland featured in 1993's series 8 episode "Born Loser".[72] She also appeared in director Andy Wilson's mini-series The Mushroom Picker and director Carol Wiseman's mini-series Goggle Eyes.[73][74] Between 1993 and 1995, Badland starred as the nurse in BBC's comedy, Inside Victor Lewis-Smith, which was presented as a look into comic and journalist Lewis-Smith's mind while he was in a coma.[46] During that time, she had guest starring roles on several television programs, including the BBC drama Smokescreen, comedy Love Hurts with Zoë Wanamaker, Frank Stubbs Promotes with Timothy Spall, Channel 4's comedy Blue Heaven, and children's program Mike & Angelo.[46][75][76][77]

In 1995, Badland was featured in three episodes of BBC's BAFTA nominated children's program Jackanory, which featured celebrities reading bedtime stories for younger audiences.[78][79] From there, she guest-starred on a series one episode of Stewart Lee and Richard Herring's comedy sketch showcase Fist of Fun and a series three episode of the British Comedy Award winning show Outside Edge.[80][81][82] Between 1995 and 1996, Badland starred as Dolly Buckle in the BBC's drama Black Hearts in Battersea, an adaptation of Joel Aiken's novel of the same name.[83] During that time she also featured in NBC's two part mini-series Gulliver's Travels, BBC's children's series The Demon Headmaster, and director Martyn Friend's made-for-TV movie Cuts.[84][85][86]

BBC's gritty crime mini-series Holding On (1997), set in London and following a series of unconnected characters, featured Badland as Brenda in four of the eight episodes.[87] Between 1997 and 1998 she guest-starred in the BBC One children's comedy Mr Wymi, which focused on a young boy who builds a robot butler for his family, and ITV's children's program The Worst Witch.[88][89][90] In 1999, Badland guest starred for the fourth time on ITV's long-running police procedural The Bill. She appeared in a series seven episode entitled "Vital Statistics" (1991), a series eleven episode entitled "Off Limits" (1995), a series fourteen episode entitled "The Fat Lady Sings" (1998), and a series fifteen episode entitled "Look Again" (1999).[91][92][93][94] That same year, Badland guest starred on the series two premiere of BBC's medical drama Holby City, TNT's made-for-TV movie A Christmas Carol opposite Patrick Stewart, and ITV's Alan Bleasdale penned mini-series Oliver Twist.[95][96][97] In three episodes broadcast between 1999 and 2000, Badland portrayed Aunt Glenda in BBC's dramatic comedy series Microsoap.[98] She also featured in her first episode of BBC's medical drama Doctors in the series one episode "A Woman's Right to Choose".[99]

Children's series The Queen's Nose, originally broadcast on CBBC, saw Badland in the role of Mrs. Dooley in series four and five (2000/2001).[100][101] She went on to star in the made-for-TV film The Gentleman Thief and feature in Hallmark's two-part-mini series The Lost Empire (aka The Monkey King).[102][103] Her next television role, in 2002, was a guest spot on BBC's family drama Born and Bred.[104] Badland followed this appearance with two made for television movies. First was The Mayor of Casterbridge, an adaptation of Thomas Hardy's novel, and the second was Indian Dream for BBC Two.[105][106] Between 2002 and 2005, Badland co-starred in BBC's Cutting It, a drama series set in a Manchester, England hair salon.[107] Badland was once again showcased in an Agatha Christie’s adaptation in 2003, this time portraying Mrs. Spriggs in the episode “Five Little Pigs” in the series nine premier of ITV's Poirot.[108] Following that role, she featured in her second episode of BBC's Doctors in the series six episode "An Inspector Called".[109]

2005 saw Badland featured in a variety of television mediums. She began the year by portraying Einstein's nurse in an episode of BBC Two's documentary series Horizon entitled "Einstein's Unfinished Symphony".[110] From there she returned to serialized television in a four episode stint on long-running soap opera Coronation Street, a two episode guest starring role on BBC's court drama Judge John Deed, and an episode of BBC Three's dark comedy Twisted Tales.[111][112][113][114] In a crossover episode of medical dramas Holby City and Casualty, where fans decided the fate of certain characters, Badland guest-starred as Wendy Wincott.[115] She also portrayed the recurring villain Blon Fel-Fotch Pasameer-Day Slitheen a.k.a. "Margaret Blaine" in the 2005 series of Doctor Who and provided commentary on the Doctor Who Complete Series One Box Set for the episodes "World War Three" and "Boom Town".[116][117]

Portraying Angela Robbins, a disturbed inmate who suffered from Dissociative Identity Disorder, Badland appeared at Larkhall Prison in 2006 in an episode of the eighth series of ITV One's drama Bad Girls.[118][119] The next year she starred in Hat Trick Productions' made for TV Film Miss Mary Lloyd and featured in her third role on BBC's Doctors in the series nine episode entitled "Background Noise".[120][121] Badland then featured in the series two premier of ITV's comedy Kingdom (2008), opposite Stephen Fry, Channel 4's Coming Up, opposite Imedla Staunton, and made-for-TV film Summerhill.[122][123][124] She also portrayed the sharply conservative Ethel Tonks in BBC's All the Small Things (April/May 2009) alongside Sarah Lancashire, Neil Pearson, Sarah Alexander and Bryan Dick.[125] BBC Three's mini-series Personal Affairs, a candid look at office life among up and coming women, featured Badland as Mahiri Crawford, and the made-for-TV film Whatever It Takes saw her portray the role of Connie.[126][127] Then, in a third appearance on BBC's medical drama Casualty, she guest-starred in the series twenty-four episode entitled "Every Breath you Take" (2009).[128]

Annette Badland answering questions during a group panel at the Sasnak City Outlander convention on 17 November 2018.

In 2010 Badland featured in her fourth stint on BBC's Doctors in the series twelve episode "Love Thy Neighbour" and the pilot episode of Sky One's Little Crackers, a series of autobiographical shorts written by and starring some of Britain's top comedians.[129][130] The next year she featured in an episode of BBC's WWI drama Land Girls, which focused on the lives of several women in Britain's Women's Land Army, a second episode of Little Crackers based upon Sheridan Smith's life experiences, and an episode of BBC Two's documentary series The Faces of... focusing on the career of Michael Caine.[131][132][133] From 2011 to 2015 on The Sparticle Mystery, Badland appeared in four episodes as DoomsDay Dora and eight episodes as HoloDora.[134][135] 2012 saw her appear in several episodic series, including Channel 4's cult-hit Skins, her fifth and final episode of BBC's Doctors, and her fourth and final episode of BBC's Casualty.[136][137][138] Badland also appeared as Ursula, from 2012 to 2014, in the CBBC science fiction series, Wizards vs Aliens.[139]

Award-winning web series 3some featured Badland as one of the main character's mother in 2013.[140] She went on to star in an episode of Sky One's Playhouse Presents entitled "Snodgrass", which imagined what would have happened if John Lennon had left The Beatles prior to becoming famous.[141] She rounded out 2013 by featuring in an episode of comedy series You, Me & Them and several episodes of Channel 4's sitcom Man Down.[142][143] On 12 December 2013, it was announced that Badland would appear as a regular in the BBC soap opera, EastEnders, playing Babe Smith. She made her first on-screen appearance in the episode broadcast on 31 January 2014.[144] In 2016 it was announced, by new executive producer Sean O'Connor, that Badland's character would be leaving the serial and making her final appearance on 9 February 2017.[145]

Beginning in 2014, Badland portrayed the featured recurring role of Mrs. Fitzgibbons in Starz's television adaptation of Diana Gabaldon's best selling Scottish time travel novel Outlander.[146] That same year she featured in an episode of BBC's mystery series Father BrownThe Daughters of Jerusalem” as Judith Bunyon, before a turn as her EastEnders character Aunt Babe in the made for TV Film Neighbours 30th Anniversary Tribute: Ramsey Square.[147][148]

In May 2018, Badland reached the final of BBC's charity series Pointless Celebrity with Midsomer Murders' Neil Dudgeon, eventually donating £500 to the Midland Langar Seva Society.[149] 2018 also saw Badland in several episodic television roles such as BBC One's sitcom Not Going Out, ITV Two's Roman sitcom Plebs, CBBC's children's series The Dumping Ground, BBC One's comedy Hold the Sunset, and Sky One's mystery series Agatha Raisin.[150][151][152][153][154] “The Fairies of Fryfam” as Betty Jackson. In 2019 she guest starred on BBC's dramatic daytime comedy Shakespeare & Hathaway: Private Investigators [155] “Nothing Will Come of Nothing” as Ms Rose King. Beginning in series twenty (2019) of ITV's long-running crime drama Midsomer Murders, she has portrayed Dr. Fleur Perkins, Midsomer's resident pathologist.[156][157]


Badland's first film role was Terry Gilliam's 1977 film Jabberwocky, based upon Lewis Carroll's epic poem, alongside Michael Palin and Harry H. Corbett.[158] She would not return to film again until 1986's independent feature Knights & Emeralds, which explored the consequences of a white drummer joining a mostly black marching band.[159] From there she landed roles in director Jonnie Turpie's film Out of Order (1987) and director Chris Newby's Anchoress.[160][161]

Writer John Brosnan's horror film Beyond Bedlam (1994) and director Angela Pope's drama Captives, which focused on a prison dentist's illicit affair with an inmate, both featured Badland in 1994.[162][163] Her next film was director Paul Unwin's Oscar nominated short Syrup.[164][165] She went on to Xingu Film's comedyThe Grotesque (1995, aka Gentlemen Don't Eat Poets), director Philip Haas' drama Angels & Insects, director Angela Pope's drama Hollow Reed, and director Shane Meadows sports drama TwentyFourSeven.[166][167][168][169] In 1998, Badland co-starred in the SAG nominated drama Little Voice (1998) as the friend of Little Voice's mother Mari (Brenda Blethyn).[170][171] The next year she starred in director Rachel Mathews' short film Mrs. Buchan, a black comedy exploring religious conviction, director Mark Greenstreet's romantic comedy Caught In the Act, and Tall Stories' dramatic comedy Beautiful People, which centers on the conflict between two Bosnian refugees in London.[172][173][174]

2000 saw Badland in two feature films, the first was director David A Stewart's drama Honest, a black comedy set in London of the late 1960s alongside Peter Facinelli, and the second was Focus Films' Secret Society, a comedy where several women working factory jobs by day are secretly sumo wrestling by night.[175][176] Between 2001 and 2004, Badlland had roles in the comedy Redemption Road, dramatic comedy Club Le Monde, dramatic comedy Mrs. Caldicot's Cabbage War, director Joe Perino's A Village Tale, director Sonja Phillips' directing debut The Knickerman, and Caspian Productions' short film The Tale of Tarquin Slant.[46][177][178][179][180] In 2005, Badland lent her voice to the Walt Disney's animated feature Valiant, about a WWI carrier pigeon who joins the Royal Homing Pigeon Corps, alongside Ewan McGregor and Tim Curry.[181] She went on to feature in Tim Burton's fill-length film Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005), thriller The Kovak Box (2006), and the drama Almost Adult (2006).[182][183][184]

The Baker, a comedy from director Gareth Lewis about a hit man seeking refuge from his career, saw Badland feature as Martha Edwards early in 2007.[185] From there she went on to star in director Nic Cornwall's short film Mr Thornton's Change of Heart, feature in the comedy Three and Out opposite Colm Meaney, and appear in the thriller Legacy: Black Ops opposite Idris Elba.[186][187][188] In 2009, Badland signed on for a role in Jam, the first short film from three eighteen year old filmmakers, which was financed through crowdfunding after attracting the attention of the public and celebrities.[189] Continuing with short films, she starred in the Oscar nominated Wish 143, the story of a young man trying to live life before succumbing to cancer, from director Ian Barnes.[190][191] 2012 saw Badland featured in Mother's Milk, a drama based upon Edward St. Aubyn's novel of the same name, before returning to short films for 2013's The Girl In A Bubble and 2014's A Quiet Courage.[192][193][194]

In 2017, Badland featured in two separate biopics. The first was the biographical drama A Quiet Passion, directed by Terence Davies and starring Cynthia Nixon, which chronicled the life of poet Emily Dickinson.[195] Second was the biographical dramatic comedy The Man Who Invented Christmas, directed by Baharat Nalluri and starring Dan Stevens, which explored author Charles Dickens' journey to overcome writer's block and produce the novella A Christmas Carol.[196] In 2018, Badland starred in writer/director Callum Crawford's debut film, Degenerates, a film which centers on a writer who, unable to sell his screenplay ideas, sets out to create his own.[197][198]


Badland began her radio career in 1992 with a role in David Halliwell's comedy Little Malcolm and His Struggle Against the Eunuchs for BBC Radio 3.[199] In 1994, she was cast as the lead role of DC Gwen Danbury on BBC Radio 4 Extra's crime drama An Odd Body, a role she would portray for three series.[200] From 2000 to 2003, Badland was a regular on BBC Radio 4 Extra's comedy Smelling of Roses before being cast in the six-part BBC Radio 4 radio drama Rolling Home, which centered on a group of people living in caravans (aka mobile homes/campers).[201][202][203][204] In 2004, Badland starred in BBC Radio 4's play The Pool, which focuses on a Londoner's adventures while stuck in Liverpool for the day, opposite Peter Wright, The Diary of a Nobody opposite Stephen Tompkinson, and Bumps and Bruises, which focuses on an unqualified woman attempting to run an antenatal (prenatal) class opposite Penelope Wilton.[205][206][207][208] Richard Monk's Church, broadcast in February 2005 and starring Badland alongside Andrew Garfield, tells the story of sex and religion through the eyes of two different men.[203] She then took over the role of Hazel Woolley, the "bad seed" adopted daughter of Jack Woolley in the long-running radio soap opera The Archers, featured in the radio adaptation of an adaptation of George MacDonald's children's novel At the Back of the North Wind, and starred as Mrs. Yeobright in BBC Radio 4 Extra's adaptation of Thomas Hardy's The Return of the Native.[209][210][211]

In 2006 Badland starred in BBC Radio 4's River's Up alongside Peter Corey.[212] The next year she featured in Jonathan Myerson's six-part radio dramatization of Boris Pasternak's epic story Dr. Zhivago.[213] From there, Badland featured as Tilly Carbury in BBC Radio 4's 15 Minute Drama The Way We Live Right Now (2008), an adaptation of Anthony Trollope's satirical novel, and served as a narrator for Heather Couper's Cosmic Quest, an educational history of astronomy.[214][215] Yerma, a poetic play touching on the themes of love, infertility, and isolation by Spanish author Frederico Garcia Lorca, saw Badland star alongside Emma Cunniffe and Concrad Nelson in 2010 on BBC Radio 3.[216][217] That same year, she appeared in several episodes of BBC Radio 4's Poetry Please, where poems of various themes are chosen by listeners, and Chris Wilson's play Lump-Boy Logan, which focused on a boy with acne, for BBC Radio 3.[218][219][220] BBC Radio 4 Extra's show Poetry Extra featured Badland in an episode showcasing the work of poet Molly Holden later that year.[221] She later guest-starred in an episode of Sebastian Baczkiewicz's dark fantasy-adventure radio program Pilgrim (2013), a series of tales that followed the adventures of main character and immortal being William Palmer.[222] In the two-part radio serial The Aeneid (2013), writer Hattie Naylor's adaptation of the epic poem by Virgil, saw Badland in the role of Roman Goddess Venus on BBC Radio 4.[223] Doing Time: The Last Ballad of Reading Gaol, based upon the poem by Oscar Wilde and showcasing odd historical facts from the prison's records, featured Badland in 2014.[224][225] She went on to perform as a reader for series one, episode five of Jenny Eclaire's short story vignette series Little Lifetimes in an episode entitled "The Viewing".[226] The next year, she scored the lead role of Mrs. Pickwick, a commissioner for local government, in director Jeremy Mortimer's drama Mrs. Pickwick's Papers on BBC Radio 4.[227] It was announced in 2018 that Badland would reprise her role as Doctor Who's Margaret Blaine in the spin-off radio series Torchwood. The episode, entitled "Sync", was released in May 2019.[228][229]

Selected performances[edit]


Year Title Role Director Theatre
1970 Private Lives Maid Southwold Summer Theatre
1972 Three Arrows Page/Soldier Noel Willman Cambridge Arts Theatre
Ruling the Roost Guest Richard Cottrell Cambridge Arts Theatre
1973 As You Like It Audrey Buzz Goodbody Royal Shakespeare Theatre
Love's Labour's Lost various David Jones RST
Romeo and Juliet woman Terry Hands RST
The Taming of the Shrew Hostess Clifford Williams RST[230]
1992 The Rise and Fall of Little Voice Neighbour Sam Mendes Aldwych Theatre
1994 Slavs! Mrs. Domik Tony Kushner Hampstead Theatre
1998 The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie Miss Mackay Phyllida Lloyd Royal National Theatre
1999 'Tis Pity She's a Whore Putana David Lan Young Vic Theatre
2002 Doctor Faustus Duchess of Anholt David Lan Young Vic Theatre
2006 Measure for Measure Mistress Overdone Peter Hall Theatre Royal
Habeas Corpus Mrs Wicksteed Peter Hall Theatre Royal
2007 The Vortex Clara Hibbert Peter Hall Apollo Theatre
2009 The Golden Hour Leslie Femi Elufowoju, Jr. Almedia Theatre
Alphabetical Order Nora Christopher Luscombe Hampstead Theatre
Blithe Spirit Madame Arcati Sarah Frankcom Royal Exchange Theatre[231]
2010 Kin Mrs B Jeremy Herrin Royal Court Theatre
Far Away Harper Simon Godwin Bristol Old Vic Theatre
2018 The Winter's Tale Old Shepherd Blanche McIntyre Globe Theatre
Eyam Reverend Stanley Adele Thomas Globe Theatre
2019 Edward II Mortimer Nick Bagnall Sam Wanamaker Playhouse[232]
After Edward Gertrude Stein Brendan O'Hara Sam Wanamaker Playhouse[233]
2020 Our Lady of Blundellsands Garnet Nick Bagnall Everyman, Liverpool[234]


Year Title Character Production Notes
1975 The Naked Civil Servant Tap Dancing Pupil BBC TV Movie
1978 The Devil's Crown Young Nun BBC Two Appeared in: Season 1, Ep. 10 "In Sun's Eclipse"
Spearhead Mrs. Yates ITV Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 6 "Thieves In the Night"
Crossroads Waitress ATV Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 3001-3002
1979 Flat Bust Rhoda YTV TV Movie
1980 Shoestring Girl in Bureau BBC One Appeared in: Series 2, Ep. 7 "Looking for Mr Wright"
The Dick Emery Hour 1st Lady at Park Bench Thames Television TV Special
1981-1984 Bergerac Charlotte BBC Appeared in: Series 1-3
1981 Bognor Sharon Thames Television Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 9-12
Great Expectations Flopson BBC Appeared in Series 1, Ep. 5 "
The Last Song Mrs. Healey BBC Two Appeared in Series 1, Ep. 1, 6
1982 The Gentle Touch Assistant ITV Appeared in: Series 3, Ep. 13
Nanny Nurse BBC Appeared in: Series 2, Ep. 6 "Crossing the Line"
Minder Nurse Thames Television Appeared in: Series 3, Ep. 13 "In"
1983 Pictures Vera PBS Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 1–3, 6-7
The Old Men At The Zoo Catherine Langley-Beard BBC Two Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 4 "Armageddon"
1984 Lace Piggy Fassbinder ABC/ITV TV Mini-Series
Last Day of Summer Jenny Channel 4 TV Movie
1985 Miss Marple: A Pocket Full of Rye Gladys Martin BBC Two TV Mini-Series
Newstime Doreen BBC TV Movie
Sacred Hearts Sister Mercy Channel 4 TV Movie
Dramarama Dim ITV Appeared in: Series 3, Ep. 4 "The Young Person's Guide to Going Backwards in the World "
Lace II Piggy Fassbinder ABC/ITV TV Movie
1985-1986 Troubles and Strife Christine ITV Appeared in: Series 1-2
1987 A Little Princess Cook PBS TV Mini-Series
You Must Be the Husband Nurse BBC Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 4 "Mummy's Brave Little Soldier"
1988 Hale & Pace Various ITV/Channel 4 Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 3, 5
1989 Screenplay Connie ITV Appeared in: Series 4, Ep. 5 "Chinese Whispers"
All Creatures Great and Small Sybil Darnley BBC Appeared in" Series 6, Ep. 11 "The Rough and the Smooth"
The Pied Piper French woman on bus CBS TV Movie
1989-1990 Happy Families Various BBC One Appeared in: Series 1-2
1990-2012 Casualty Jodie Forbes/Angela Mason/Jenny Chinton/Maggie Young BBC Appeared in: Series 5, Ep. 11; Series 8, Ep. 8; Series 24, Ep. 10; Series 27, Ep. 13
1991 Making Out Willow BBC Appeared in: Series 3, Ep. 2–3, 6, 8
1991-1999 The Bill Stella King/Pearl Armfield/Angie Barker/Penny Rowan ITV Appeared in: Series 7, Ep. 103; Series 11, Ep. 120; Series 14, Ep. 109; Series 15, Ep. 63
1991/1993 2point4 Children Dawn BBC Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 6; Series 3, Ep. 5
1992 Archer's Goon Shine BBC One Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 4-6
1993 The Mushroom Picker Tonya BBC TV Mini-Series; Appeared in Ep. 1
Goggle Eyes Beth BBC TV Mini-Series; Appeared in Ep. 3
1993-1995 Inside Victor Lewis-Smith Nurse BBC Appeared in: Series 1-2
1994 Smokescreen Big Smithy BBC TV Mini-Series
Love Hurts Thalia Thomas BBC Appeared in: Series 3, Ep. 3 "The Parent trap"
Frank Stubbs Promotes Ailsa ITV Appeared in: Series 2, Ep. 3 "Babies"
Blue Heaven Ms. Emmett Channel 4 Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 2
1995 Mike & Angelo Miss Bliss ITV Appeared in: Series 7, Ep. 1 "
Jackanory Storyteller/Herself BBC Appeared in: Dimanche Diller: Part 1-3
Fist of Fun Pizza restaurant Employee BBC Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 4
1995-1996 Black Hearts in Battersea Dolly Buckle BBC Appeared in: Series 1
1996 Outside Edge Rosie ITV Appeared in: Series 3, Ep. 3 "The First Match"
Gulliver's Travels Farmer Grultrud's Wife NBC TV Mini-Series; Appeared in Ep. 1
The Demon Headmaster, Postmistress BBC Appeared in: Series 2, Ep. 1-2
Cuts Gill Formcasting TV Movie
1997 Ain't Misbehavin' Anna ITV Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 2
Holding On Brenda BBC TV Mini-Series: Appeared in Ep. 5-8
1997-1998 Mr Wymi Matron / Primrose BBC One Appeared in: Series 1; Series 2, Ep. 1
1998-1999 The Worst Witch Mrs. Tapioca ITV Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 2,9; Series 2, Ep. 6
1999 Holby City Eleri BBC Appeared in: Series 2, Ep. 1 "Search for the Hero"
A Christmas Carol Mrs. Fezziwig TNT TV Movie
Oliver Twist Chertsey Cook ITV TV Mini-Series: Appeared in Ep. 4
1999-2000 Microsoap Aunt Glenda BBC Appeared in: Series 2, Ep.5; Series 4, Ep. 1, 5
2000-2012 Doctors Judy Brownlow/Sharon Maberly /Sarah Hardy/Angela Lombard/ Denise Forster BBC Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 34; Series 6, Ep. 24; Series 9, Ep. 125; Series 12, Ep. 49; Series 14, Ep. 57
2000-2001 The Queen's Nose Mrs. Dooley CBBC Appeared in Series 1-2
2000 The Gentleman Thief Mrs. Pinkton BBC TV Movie
2001 The Lost Empire (aka The Monkey King) Confusion's 4th Wife Hallmark TV Mini-Series
2002 Born and Bred Edna Pendleton BBC Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 1 "The Best Man"
2002-2005 Cutting It Brawdie Henshall BBC Appeared in: Series 1-4
2003 The Mayor of Casterbridge Mrs. Stannidge A&E TV Movie
Indian Dream Pat BBC Two TV Movie
Poirot Mrs. Spriggs ITV Appeared in Series 9, Ep. 1 "Five Little Pigs"
2005 Horizon The Nurse BBC Two Appeared in: Series 41, Ep. 10 "Einstein's Unfinished Symphony"
Coronation Street Thelma Clegg ITV Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 5940, 5941, 5943, 5945
Judge John Deed Bette Kidman MP BBC Appeared in: Series 4, Ep. 4, 6
Twisted Tales Bunty Crow BBC Manchester Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 14 "Fruitcake of the Living Dead "
Casanova Pauline BBC Three TV Mini-Series: Appeared in Ep. 3
Doctor Who Margaret Blaine BBC Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 4–5, 11
Casualty at Holby City Wendy Wincott BBC Audience interactive Crossover Episode
2006 Bad Girls Angela Robbins ITV Appeared in: Series 8, Ep. 3
2007 Director's Debut Sheena Keavey BBC Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 2 "Baby Boom"
Miss Marie Lloyd Nelly Powers BBC TV Movie
2008 Kingdom Dolly Tucker ITV Appeared in: Series 2, Ep 1
Coming Up Bowls Lady Channel 4 Appeared in: Series 6, Ep. 4 "Lickle Bill Um"
Summerhill Myrtle BBC TV Mini-Series
2009 All the Small Things Ethel Tonks BBC Appeared in: Series 1
2009 Personal Affairs Mairhi Crawford BBC Three TV Mini-Series: Appeared in Ep. 2
2009 Whatever It Takes Connie ITV TV Movie
2010/2011 Little Crackers Mrs. Ramsbottom / Mrs. Chitterling Sky One Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 5; Series 2, Ep. 8
2011 Land Girls Miss Timpson BBC Appeared in: Series 3, Ep. 2 "The War in the Fields"
The Faces of... Herself BBC Two Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 3 "Michael Caine"
2011-2015 The Sparticle Mystery Holodora / Doomsday Dora CBBC Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 3–5, 13; Series 2, Ep. 10; Series 3, Ep. 4, 7-13
2012 Skins Mavis E4 Appeared in: Series 6, Ep. 10 "Finale"
2012-2014 Wizards vs Aliens Ursula Crowe CBBC Appeared in: Series 1-3
2013 3some Margaret Blip TV Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 3, 4
Playhouse Presents Woman in Office Sky One Appeared in: Series 2, Ep. 2 "Snodgrass"
Aunties Mavis (Pilot) TV Movie
You, Me & Them Karen Gold Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 4 "The Funeral"
Man Down Mrs Wigmore Channel 4 Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 2, 5; Series 2, Ep. 3
2014 Father Brown Judith Bunyon BBC Appeared in: Series 2, Ep. 6 "The Daughters of Jerusalem"
2014-2017 EastEnders Babe Smith BBC Regular role
2014-2015 Outlander Mrs. Fitzgibbons Starz Appeared in: Series 1
2018 Pointless Celebrity Herself BBC One Appeared in: Series 11 "Theatre Actors"
Not Going Out Linda BBC One Appeared in: Series 9, Ep. 4 "Pets"
Plebs Athena ITV Two Appeared in: Series 4, Ep. 2 "The Critic"
The Dumping Ground Mavis CBBC Appeared in: Series 6, Ep. 15 "Bird's Song"
Hold the Sunset Celia BBC One Appeared in: Series 1, Ep. 7 "If I Were a Wise Man"
Agatha Raisin Betty Jackson Sky One Appeared in: Series 2, Ep. 2 "The Fairies of Fryfam"
2019 Shakespeare & Hathaway: Private Investigators Ms Rose King BBC Appeared in: Series 2, Ep. 7 "Nothing Will Come of Nothing"
Midsomer Murders Fleur Perkins ITV Appeared in: Series 20
2020 Doctors Mrs Zielinski BBC Episode: "A Day in the Life..."
Criminal: UK Donna Swift Netflix Episode: "Sandeep"
Cormoran Strike Lethal White Minicab driver BBC One Episode 4[235]
Ted Lasso Mae the Landlady Apple TV+ 5 Episodes
The Crown Dr. Margaret Meagarty Netflix Guest role[236]


Year Title Character Notes
1977 Jabberwocky Griselda Fishfinger
1986 Knights & Emeralds Daisy Independent Film
1987 Out of Order Operator
1993 Anchoress Mary
1994 Beyond Bedlam Nurse Wrekin
Captives Maggie
Syrup Linda Short Film
1995 The Grotesque Connie Babblehump aka Gentlemen Don't Eat Poets
Angels & Insects Lady Alabaster
1996 Hollow Reed Martyn's barrister
1997 TwentyFourSeven Tim's Mother
1998 Little Voice Sadie
1999 Mrs. Buchan Mrs. Buchan Short Film
Caught In the Act Katherine
Beautiful People Psychologist
2000 Honest Rose
Secret Society Marlene
2001 Redemption Road Brown Owl
2002 Club Le Monde Stella
Mrs. Caldicot's Cabbage War Cook
A Village Tale Lily
2004 The Knickerman Mrs. Harris Short Film
The Tale of Tarquin Slant Cook Short Film
2005 Valiant Elsa Animated - Voice Work
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Jolly Woman
2006 The Kovak Box Kathy
Almost Adult
2007 The Baker Martha Edwards
Mr Thornton's Change of Heart Mary Short Film
2008 Three and Out Maureen
Summerhill Myrtle also shown as a miniseries
2009 Jam Mrs. Desirandelle Short Film
Wish 143 Carol
2011 Legacy: Black Ops Stephanie Gumpel
2012 Mother's Milk Margaret
2013 The Girl In A Bubble Margary Short Film
2014 A Quiet Courage Margaret Short Film
2016 A Quiet Passion Aunt Elizabeth
2017 The Man Who Invented Christmas Butcher's Wife / Mrs. Fezziwig
2018 Degenerates Maureen Costello
2018 The Winter's Tale Old Shepherd Stage play that was broadcast in theatres.[32]


Year Title Character Production Director
1992 Little Malcolm and His Struggle Against the Eunuchs Anne BBC Radio 3 Philip Martin
1994 An Odd Body DC Gwen Danbury BBC Radio 4 Extra Glyn Dearman
2000-2003 Smelling of Roses Tess BBC Radio 4 Extra Various
2001 Rolling Home Beveriey BBC Radio 4 Extra Richard Monks
2004 The Pool BBC Radio 4 Mary Peate
The Diary of a Nobody Mrs Pooter BBC Radio 4 Jenny Stephens
Bumps and Bruises Celia BBC Radio 4 Nigel Bryant
2005 Church BBC Radio 4 Richard Monks
The Archers Hazel Woolley BBC Radio 4 Multiple[237]
At the Back of the North Wind Martha BBC Radio 4 Norman Stone
The Return of the Native Mrs. Yeobright BBC Radio 4 Extra Rosemary Watts
2006 River's Up BBC Radio 4 Extra Alex Jones
2007 Dr. Zhivago Amalia BBC Radio 4 Jonathan Myerson
2008 15 Minute Drama Tilly Carbury BBC Radio 4 Jonquil Panting
Cosmic Quest Narrator BBC Radio 4 Martin Redfern (Producer)
2010 Yerma Pagan Old Woman BBC Radio 3 Pauline Harris
Poetry Please Herself/Narrator BBC Radio 4 Sarah Langan (Producer)
Lump-Boy Logan Auntie Jeanette BBC Radio 3 Pauline Harris
Poetry Extra Herself/Narrator BBC Radio 4 Extra Christine Hall (Producer)
2013 Pilgrim Colville BBC Radio 4 Extra Marc Beeby
The Aeneid Venus BBC Radio 4 Kate McAll
2014 Doing Time: The Last Ballad of Reading Gaol The Visitor BBC Radio Berkshire Duncan McLarty
Little Lifetimes Reader BBC Radio 4 Sally Avens (Producer)
2015 Mrs. Pickwick's Papers Mrs. Pickwick BBC Radio 4 Jeremy Mortimer
2019 Torchwood Margaret Blaine Big Finish Scott Handcock

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
Laurence Olivier Awards Best Actress in a Supporting Role The Rise and Fall of Little Voice[1] Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Little Voice[171] Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Ted Lasso[238] Nominated


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