Juliet Cadzow

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Juliet Cadzow
Born (1951-05-09) 9 May 1951 (age 66)
Occupation Actress
Years active 1972–present

Juliet Cadzow (born 9 May 1951)[citation needed] is a Scottish film and television actress.[1]

She is known for playing Edie McCredie in the 2002 children's television series Balamory (which ran until 2005 and aired on BBC One, BBC Two, and CBeebies) and for appearing in the 2006 BBC series Still Game in the roles of Winston's fantasy woman and the conductress, whom her character became when he was awakened. She was nominated for "Best Actress" at the 1997 BAFTA Scotland Awards for her role in the 1992 film Upstate. She provided the voice of the resurrected 'Ice Governess' in the Doctor Who Christmas special of 2012 The Snowmen.



Year Film Role Notes
1972 The Duna Bull Helen Short
1973 The Wicker Man Villager on Summer Isle Film (as Juliette Cadzow)
1986 Heavenly Pursuits Woman Teacher Film
1989 Venus Peter Queen Paloma Film
1990 The Big Man Margaret Mason Film
1997 Upstate unknown Film
2000 Beautiful Creatures Mother on Beach Film
2008 Stone of Destiny Ian's Mother Film
2011 Fast Romance Gabriella Catalano


Year Film Role Notes
1973 The View From Daniel Pike Jackie TV series (Episode 'Pig in the Middle')
1979 The Camerons Beth TV series (Episode 1.3)
1980 Scotch and Wry Various TV Series (Episode dated 31 December 1980)
Ladykillers Christina Haggart Mackenzie TV series (Episode 'Miss Madeleine Smith')
Doom Castle Kate Petullo TV series (5 Episodes 1.2 ~ 1.6)
Airport Chaplain Susan TV series (Episode 'The Eye of Faith')
High Road Sarah Lindsey TV series
1982 Juliet Bravo Jo Fairbrother TV series (Episode 3.8 'You Can Go Home Again')
1986, 1992, 2000, 2003 Taggart Marie Burns, Maureen MacDonald, Alice Dillon, Moira Randall TV series (Four episodes: 'Death Call', 'Nest of Vipers', 'Ghost Rider', 'Penthouse and Pavement')
1987 The Houseman's Tale Margaret Birss TV mini-series (Episodes 1.1, 1.2)
Double Scotch & Wry Various Video
1988 Playing for Real Teresa Kelly TV mini-series
1990 The Campbells Annabel TV series (Episode 'Old Ways and New')
Border Warfare Elizabeth I/ Isobel TV movie
Triple Scotch & Wry Various Video
1990, 1999 Rab C. Nesbitt Gift Shop Assistant/ Phoebe TV series (Episodes 1.2 'Rat', 8.6 'Trips')
1993 Crime Stories Barbara Stonehouse TV Series (Episode 'The Stonehouse Affair')
I, Lovett 1st Attractive Woman TV series (Episode 1.5 'Romance')
1994 Doctor Finlay Esme TV series (Episode 2.12 'In Arcadia'[2])
Roughnecks Morag TV series (Episodes 1.1, 1.2, 1.3)
1995 Jolly: A Life Joan TV movie
1996 Casualty Madeleine TV series (Episode 11.4 'Thicker than Water')
Hamish Macbeth Bethsheba McBean TV series
Nightlife Local Resident TV movie
1998 Looking After Jo Jo Lorraine's mother TV series
1999 Life Support Sister Hilda Steel TV Series (Episode "Soul and Conscience")
2001 The Bill Cllr Angela Morris TV Series (Episodes 17.22 'Tolerance: Part One' and 17.23 'Tolerance: Part Two')
2002–2005 Balamory Edie McCredie Children's TV series – Recurring lead
2006 Still Game Conductress/Gorgeous woman TV series (Episode #5.5 'All the Best')
2007 Wedding Belles Kelly's Ma TV movie
2009 New Town Mrs Showalter TV movie
2012 Doctor Who The Ice Governess (voice) TV series (Episode 7.6 The Snowmen)
2012 Skins Receptionist  TV series (Episode 6.8)
2016 — River City Suzie Fraser Series Regular


Date Title Role Director Station
3 July 2003 The Chronycle[citation needed] Margaret Lu Kemp BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
12 January 2010 My Romantic History[3] Mum/Receptionist Kirsty Williams BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play


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