Camille Coduri

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Camille Coduri
Camille Coduri 2015.jpg
Camille Coduri 2015
Born Camille F. Coduri
(1965-04-18) 18 April 1965 (age 52)
Wandsworth, London, England, United Kingdom
Spouse(s) Christopher Fulford (1992-present)
Children Rosa (born 1992)
Santino (born 1996)

Camille Coduri (born 18 April 1965 in Wandsworth, London) is an English actress. She is best known for playing Jackie Tyler, the mother of Rose Tyler, in Doctor Who, and also for her roles as Faith in Nuns on the Run, Miranda in King Ralph, and Dot Clapton, chambers secretary in Rumpole of the Bailey.


She is featured in the film comedies Hawks (1988), Nuns on the Run (1990) and King Ralph (1991). She has also appeared extensively on British television, appearing in guest roles in episodes of series such as Rumpole of the Bailey, A Bit of Fry and Laurie, Boon, A Touch of Frost and in the BBC's 1997 adaptation of Henry Fielding's novel The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling. She appeared in BBC Three's six-part drama series Sinchronicity (2006).

Coduri recurred regularly in the first two series of the revived Doctor Who as Jackie Tyler and reprised her role in the Series 4 episode "Journey's End" (2008) and David Tennant's final episode, "The End of Time" (2010).[1] She also participated in a Doctor Who-themed episode of The Weakest Link, first broadcast on 30 March 2007. She won the game, beating Noel Clarke (Mickey Smith) in the final round, splitting the prize money of £16,550 evenly between multiple sclerosis and children who are carers.

In an episode of Ashes to Ashes (April 2010), Coduri played a woman who helps DCI Gene Hunt and DI Alex Drake during an investigation. In September 2010, she joined BBC Three comedy Him & Her, playing Shelly.

On 15 May 2017, it was announced that Coduri would reprise her role as Jackie Tyler in a Doctor Who Big Finish Productions audio.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Camille married actor Christopher Fulford in 1992. They have two children, Rosa (born 1993) who is also an actress, and Santino (born 1996).[3]


Year Series Role Notes
1987 Boon Shandy Tremblett Episode "Taken for a Ride" (#2.5): "introducing" credit
1987 A Prayer for the Dying Jenny Fox Film
1988 Hawks Maureen Film
1988 The River Cousin Sheila One episode (#1.4)
1989 Strapless Mrs Clark Film
1989 Ruth Rendell Mysteries Lesley Arbel One episode ("The Veiled One")
1990 Nuns on the Run Faith Thomas Film
1990 A Bit of Fry and Laurie Laura Episode #2.5
1991 King Ralph Miranda Green Film
1991 Boon Naomi Episode "Stamp Duty" (#6.13)
1992 Rumpole of the Bailey Dot Clapton Five episodes
1994-95 Nelson's Column Lorraine Wilde Nine episodes
1996 A Touch of Frost Pauline Venables One episode ("Paying the Price")
1996 The Famous Five Maggie One episode ("Five on a Hike together")
1997 The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling Jenny Jones Adapted from the novel
2002 Trial & Retribution Sharon Fearnley One episode (#6.2)
2003 Family Sophie Six episodes
2004 William and Mary Carol Episode #2.2
2004 England Expects Sadie Knight TV Movie
2005 The Business Nora Film
2005-06, 2008, 2010 Doctor Who Jackie Tyler Recurring Role - 15 episodes
2006 Pickles: The Dog Who Won the World Cup Janice Yeomans TV film
2006 Sinchronicity Peggy Simmons Six episodes
2007 The Last Detective Beverley Vincent One episode
2007 Agatha Christie's Marple Mrs Lindsay Episode "Ordeal by Innocence"
2008 Lark Rise to Candleford Patty Episode #1.3
2008 Honest Chrissie Three episodes
2008 Love Me Still Maggie Ronson Film
2008 Adulthood Woman on Bus Film
2008 New Tricks Carrie Soper Episode "Spare Parts"
2009 The Firm Shel Film
2010 Ashes to Ashes Gloria Episode #3.5
2010 Mrs Phillips Film
2010 Midsomer Murders Grace Bishops Episode "The Noble Art"
2010-2013 Him & Her Shelly Regular Role
2012 Secrets and Words Rita One episode "Mightier than the Sword"
2014 Edge of Heaven Judy Regular Role
2015 Cradle to Grave Barbara Guest Role, Episode 6


  1. ^ Smith, Lizzie. "Billie Piper returns to Doctor Who". London: Daily Mail. Retrieved 2009-05-16. 
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  3. ^ Wise, Jon (28 May 2006). "Dr. Woo!". The People. Archived from the original on 18 December 2006. Retrieved 2006-05-31. 

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