Kate Fahy

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Kate Fahy
DublinBirmingham, England
Jonathan Pryce (m. 2015)

Katherine Fahy is an English stage and film actress from Birmingham. She studied drama at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, and then joined its Young Vic Theatre Company. Later on she joined the Everyman Theatre Liverpool Company, where she met actor Jonathan Pryce. She made her theatre directorial debut on January 2010 with Wet Weather Cover, a play written by Oliver Cotton.[1]

In 2017, she was in 'A Lie of the Mind' at Southwark Playhouse with Gethin Anthony and Robert Lonsdale.[2]

She and Pryce, whom she married in 2015, have three children: Patrick (born 1983), Gabriel (born 1986), and Phoebe (born 1990).


Year Film Role Notes
1975 The Nearly Man Millie Dutton TV series (3 episodes)
1978 The Sweeney Julie Kingdom TV series (1 episode 'Drag Act' S4 E3)
1980 Life for Christine Rose TV film
1981 Bognor Coriander Cordingley TV series (6 episodes)
ITV Playhouse Angela Birley TV series (1 episode: "Sin with Our Permission")
Roger Doesn't Live Here Anymore Rose TV series (6 episodes)
1984 Bergerac Fleur Ewell TV series (1 episode: "House Guests")
Oxbridge Blues Eileen/Lizzie TV series (2 episodes)
1985 Storyboard Deidre Aitken TV series (1 episode: "King & Castle")
1986 Screenplay The Mozart Inquest TV series
1991 The House of Elliot Alice Burgoyne TV series (11 episodes: 1991-1993)
1996 Frontiers Diane Lightfoot TV series
1997 Trial & Retribution Meg Richards TV series (2 episodes)
1999 Pure Wickedness Detective Inspector Mary Carson TV series
2000 A Likeness in Stone Mrs. Warner TV film
2001 The Fourth Angel Gail (Jack's Secretary)
2002 The Jury Dr. Emma McGlade TV series
2005 Cherished Mrs. Justice Hallett TV film
2006 The Living and the Dead Nancy Brocklebank
The Best Man Dr. Cowley TV film
2008 Defiance Riva Reich
2010 Silent Witness Margaret Hudson TV series (1 episode: "Intent: Part II")
Archipelago Patricia


  1. ^ Shenton, Mark (January 8, 2010). "Brandon to Star in Oliver Cotton's Playwriting Debut, Wet Weather Cover, Premiering in London". Playbill.com. Retrieved January 11, 2010.
  2. ^ Longman, Will (10 March 2017). "Exclusive: Casting announced for A Lie of the Mind at Southwark Playhouse". whatsonstage.com. Retrieved 25 April 2018.

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