Clare Wille

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Clare Wille (born 1973 in Bucklow, Cheshire, England) is an English stage and television actress.

Clare has been working as an actress and voiceover artist since graduating from RADA in 1997. Her recent theatre work includes Seeing Without Light at the Drum Theatre,[1] Plymouth Theatre Royal and Look Back in Anger[2] with the London Classic Company.

After appearing in several television series, she has made an impression in the series "Heartbeat" making her first appearance in 2005 as a nurse named Julie, who becomes embroiled in a local drug scene involving two of the doctors at Ashfordley General Hospital, in the episode Friends and Relations.

Following her appearance as Julie, Wille joined the cast permanently in October 2006. She played DS Rachel Dawson, a CID Sergeant who moved to Aidensfield from the Middlesbrough Police Force.

Selected television roles[edit]

  • Doctors (2002) ... Lucy Sandford (1 episode)
  • Where the Heart Is (2002) ... Coral Wickes (1 episode)
  • All About Me (2003) ... Reflexologist (1 episode)
  • Demon Wheels (2004) ... Francesca
  • Life Begins (2005) ... Fiona Simmons (1 episode)
  • Girls in Love (2005) ... Ms Henderson (1 episode)
  • Swinging (2005) ... Various roles (6 episodes)
  • Broken News (2005) ... Frances Walsh (6 episodes)
  • Vital Signs (2006) ... Coach (1 episode)
  • Fear of Fanny (2006) ... TV Executive's Wife
  • Housewife 49 (2006) ... Pru
  • Heartbeat (2005–2010) ... Julie (1 episode), DS Rachel Dawson (29+ episodes)
  • Coronation Street (2012) ... Trish Davidson
  • Lovesick (2014) ... Diana

Personal life[edit]

Clare Wille lives in the South East of the UK with her husband. She has two daughters.

References[edit]

  1. ^ McFadyen, Elaine. "Seeing Without Light at the Drum Theatre, Plymouth" (Review). BBC, 5 February 2005. Retrieved on 30 May 2013.
  2. ^ Wilkinson, Lin. "Corn Exchange - Look Back in Anger" Archived 2014-10-20 at the Wayback Machine. Newbury Theatre, 12 September 2001. Retrieved on 30 May 2013.

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