Jane Hazlegrove

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Jane Hazlegrove
Born Sarah Jane Hazlegrove
(1968-07-17) 17 July 1968 (age 48)
Manchester, England
Occupation Actress
Years active 1984–

Sarah Jane Hazlegrove (born 17 July 1968) is an English actress, best known for portraying Kathleen "Dixie" Dixon in Casualty. She has also appeared as Rosie in Making Out, Rosemary Mason in Silent Witness, Yvonne Bradley in London's Burning, and as well as roles in Jonathan Creek, The Bill, Doctors, Families, Lovejoy, Coronation Street, and Holby City.

An out lesbian whose character in Casualty is also gay, Hazlegrove was listed as one of the 100 most influential LGBT people of the year in 2012's World Pride Power List.[1]

On 22 January 2016, Hazlegrove left Casualty after playing the role of Dixie for 10 years.



Year Title Role Notes
1990 Shooting Stars Alison
2003 Cheeky Fanny


Year Title Role Notes
1984 Threads Alison Kemp TV film
1984 How We Used to Live Maggie Selby Recurring role (4 episodes)
1985 Summer Season Episode: "Picture Friend"
1985 Coronation Street Sue Clayton Episode: "1.2530"
1985 Albion Market Debbie Taylor TV series
1985 Travelling Man Episode: "Hustler"
1987 How We Used to Live Dorothy Clegg Episode: "1954: Land of Plenty"
1987 First Sight Janice Episode: "Who's Our Little Jenny Lind?"
1988 Screen Two Michelle Episode: "Love Birds"
1989-1991 Making Out Rosie Recurring role (11 episodes)
1990 Families Lisa Shepherd Episode: "1.1"
1990-1991 Waterfront Beat WPC Madeline Forrest Main role (12 episodes)
1992 Touch of Frost, AA Touch of Frost Maureen Shelby Episode: "Conclusions"
1992 Heartbeat Maggie Episode: "Playing with Fire"
1993 Lovejoy Yvonne Episode: "Dainty Dish"
1993 Just a Gigolo Sandy Episode: "1.7"
1993 Heidi Dete TV film
1994 Whipping Boy, TheThe Whipping Boy Mrs. Chestney TV film
1995 Heartbeat Marion Episode: "Toss Up"
1995 Bill, TheThe Bill Lisa Powell Episode: "Hard Cases"
1996 Casualty Jane Episode: "Trapped"
1997 Bill, TheThe Bill Nicola Cooper Episode: "Rolling in It"
1997 Jonathan Creek Katrina Toplis Episode: "The Wrestler's Tomb"
1998 Grand, TheThe Grand Minnie Hobson Episode: "2.9"
1998 London's Burning Yvonne Recurring role (4 episodes)
1998 Dinnerladies Lisa Episode: "Monday"
1998 Ruth Rendell Mysteries, TheThe Ruth Rendell Mysteries Rosamund Episode: "You Can't Be Too Careful"
2000 Without Motive WPC Margaret Walkinshaw TV series
2000 Hero to Zero Miss Horsborough TV series
2000 Where the Heart Is Zoe Price Episode: "Getting Better"
2001 People Like Us Episode: "The Mother"
2002 Silent Witness Rosemary Mason Recurring role (6 episodes)
2003 Buried DD Burridge Main role (8 episodes)
2003 Holby City Anne Fryer Episode: "Never Can Say Goodbye"
2004 Inspector Lynley Mysteries, TheThe Inspector Lynley Mysteries Janice Cooke Episode: "If Wishes Were Horses"
2004 Heartbeat Diane Critchard Recurring role (4 episodes)
2005 Judge John Deed Margaret Tredaway Episodes: "Lost and Found", "Above the Law", "In Defence of Others"
2005 Dalziel and Pascoe Kay Simms Episodes: "The Dig: Parts 1 & 2"
2005 Bill, TheThe Bill Trina Episode: "289a"
2005 Faith Paula TV film
2006 Doctors Sara Faulkner Episode: "Daddy Cool"
2006 Casualty Angela Regis Episode: "The Things We Do for Love"
2006 Holby City Kathleen 'Dixie' Dixon Episode: "The Unforgiven"
2006−2016 Casualty Main role (400+ episodes)
2012 Casualty: The Kids Aren't Alright Red button special
2015 Holby City Episode: "Homecoming"


  1. ^ Lucy Jolin; Chance Delgado (7 July 2012). "World Pride Power List 2012: 100 most influential LGBT people of the year". The Guardian. Retrieved 22 May 2016. 

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