10 February 1975 |
|Education||Wisbech Grammar School|
|Spouse(s)||Craig Woodrow (2007-present)|
Claire Goose (born 10 February 1975) is a British actress. She played nurse Tina Seabrook in the BBC television drama Casualty and DS Mel Silver in Waking the Dead. She also commentates on the TV show 'Road Wars'
Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, her father was a GP in Dersingham, Norfolk. She has an elder sister, Caroline, a nursery nurse, and an elder brother, Duncan, an entrepreneur who started up the "one water" company where all the profits go to the roundabout playpumps in Africa. Claire Goose is a graduate of the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts.
Early theatre roles included Addicted to Love, and Hitting Home with Colin Tarrant at the Man in the Moon Theatre, written by James Woolf and directed by Dave Gillies. She also appeared in early adverts for Impulse women's body spray.
She became well known in the UK in the late 1990s for her role as nurse Tina Seabrook in Casualty. She later replaced Gillian Taylforth from August 2008, playing Inspector Rachel Weston in ITV's The Bill.
- Loved Up in Men (1995)
- Casualty (nurse Tina Seabrook) for BBC Television (1997 - 2000)
- Alone (2001)
- Slap Bang (2001)
- Gifted (2003)
- Waking the Dead (DS Mel Silver) for BBC Television (2000–2004)
- L'Assommoir (Gervaise) for BBC Radio 4 (2004)
- Secret Smile (2005)
- Perfect Day (2005)
- Bad Day (2008)
- About a Dog (Sarah) for BBC Radio 4 (2007)
- The Bill (Inspector Rachel Weston) (TV series) (2008-2010)
- Road Wars (Narrator) (TV series) (2009-)
- Hustle Series 7 (Albert Stroller's Daughter) (Feb 2011)
- Exile (May 2011)
- Mount Pleasant (2012)
- Undeniable (2014) (Jane)
- New Tricks (TV series) (2014)
- Death in Paradise (TV series) (2015) (Katie Peters) Episode 4.2
- The Coroner (TV series) (2015) (Jane Kennedy)
- T & G record. Transport and General Workers' Union (Great Britain). 2003. p. 26.
- "Waking the Dead". BBC. Retrieved 1 June 2010.
- "The Bill actress Claire Goose reveals her joy at her first pregnancy... and how she nearly lost her unborn child". London: The Bill. 1 June 2009. Retrieved 1 June 2010.
- Stone, Andrew (7 December 2008). "How I made it: Duncan Goose, founder of One Water". London: The Times. Retrieved 1 June 2010.
- BBC Drama Faces - Jonathan Kerrigan, retrieved 24 September 2008