Katy Wix

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Katy Wix
Born (1980-02-28) 28 February 1980 (age 40)
Cardiff, Wales
OccupationActress, comedian
Years active2006–present

Katy Wix (born 28 February 1980)[citation needed] is a Welsh actress and comedian. She is best known for her television roles as Daisy in Not Going Out, Carole in Stath Lets Flats, Mary in Ghosts and Sarah Ferguson in The Windsors. She has also appeared in Outnumbered, Miranda and as a regular contestant in series 9 of Taskmaster.

Early life[edit]

Wix was born in Cardiff and attended the University of Warwick in Coventry before going on to the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama.[1]


In 2007, she joined the cast of sitcom Not Going Out as recurring character Daisy and then went on to be a regular from Series 3 until her final appearance in the 2015 Christmas special. In Torchwood: Children of Earth she plays Rhiannon Davies, the sister of Ianto Jones. In 2010, she presented the BBC Three series The King Is Dead. She made guest appearances on the BBC shows Horrible Histories, Outnumbered (2010) and Absolutely Fabulous (2011). She also appeared in the Harvey's Furniture Store sponsorship bumpers for Coronation Street.

She played Phoebe in Tom Basden's stage comedy Party and its subsequent three series spin-off on BBC Radio 4 also called Party. Wix wrote and co-starred in the same station's comedy series Bird Island, which also featured Reece Shearsmith, Julian Rhind-Tutt and Alison Steadman.

In 2017, for the BBC, she portrayed Nurse Cornish in an episode of the TV crime drama Sherlock, and Florence Fagin in the TV dramatisation of Decline and Fall. She also featured in the radio series Ankle Tag (BBC Radio 4) and The Accidental AM (BBC Radio Wales). She also plays Mary, one of the main characters, in the 2019 BBC One sitcom Ghosts.



Year Title Role Notes
2006 Twelve in a Box Andrea
2007 Magicians Waitress
Where Have I Been All Your Life? Suzie Short film
2009 Cut and Paste Brenda Short film


Year Title Role Notes
2006 Time Trumpet Series 1, Episode 3
Extras Girl in Nightclub Series 2, Episode 2: "David Bowie"
2007 Comedy Cuts
Rush Hour Various Characters
The Omid Djalili Show Series 1, Episode 4
2007–15 Not Going Out Daisy Series Regular
2008 Headcases Various Characters Voice
2009 FM Izzy Season 1, Episode 5: "Video Killed the Radio Star"
Torchwood Rhiannon Davies Children of Earth
Al Murray's Multiple Personality Disorder Various Characters
Miranda Fanny 2 episodes
2009–11 Horrible Histories Various Characters
2010 The King Is Dead Herself with Simon Bird and Nick Mohammed
Outnumbered Fiona Series 3, Episode 4: "The Pigeon"
2011 Anna and Katy Various Characters Co-writer
Comedy Showcase: Coma Girl Sarah Pilot
2011 Absolutely Fabulous Annabelle 2011 Christmas special: "Identity"
2013 Anna & Katy Herself
2014 Agatha Raisin and the Quiche of Death Gemma Simpson Television film
2014–15 Fried Mary Fawn Show pilot on BBC iPlayer (2014)
TV series on BBC Three (2015)
2015 Together Maeve TV series on BBC Three (2015)
2016–present The Windsors Fergie 2 TV series on Channel 4
2016–present Agatha Raisin Gemma Simpson Regular Cast
2017 Sherlock Nurse Cornish Episode: "The Lying Detective"
2017 Decline and Fall Florence Fagin BBC1 TV drama
2018 Death in Paradise Eva Ingram Series 7, Episode 6
2018–present Stath Lets Flats Carole regular role
2019–present Ghosts Various characters Regular role, BBC comedy
2019 Taskmaster Herself 10 episodes
2019 This Time with Alan Partridge Susan Lyle Series 1, Episode 6
2019 Ladhood Miss Monroe Series 1, Episode 3


Year Title Role Notes
2010–12 Party Phoebe All 3 series
2012 Bird Island Jane (also writer) All episodes[2]
2017 Ankle Tag Alice 6 episodes (replaced by Margaret Cabourn-Smith for the final two episodes of series two)
2017 The Accidental AM Hayley All episodes


  1. ^ "Interview Extra – The King is Dead". TV Choice. 24 August 2010.
  2. ^ "Bird Island – Radio 4 Sitcom".

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