Tamzin Malleson

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Tamzin Malleson
Born (1974-05-01) 1 May 1974 (age 45)[citation needed]
Years active1996–present
Midsomer Murders
Partner(s)Keith Allen

Tamzin Malleson (born 1974) is an English actress.


She originally played Alison Dangerfield in Series 3 and 4 of the BBC drama Dangerfield, before going on to play one of the starring roles (Penny Neville) in the Channel 4 comedy, Teachers,[1] for three of the programme's four series, and she starred in one of ITV's Poirot adaptations, "Evil Under The Sun." She has appeared in The Bill, and in the detective show A Touch of Frost, and starred in the BBC medical drama Bodies.

Malleson played the role of Dr Kate Wilding, the pathologist in the series Midsomer Murders from the middle of series 14 to the end of series 17.


Year Title Role Notes
1998 The Fishmonger's Daughter Ruby Short film
2005 The Man-Eating Lions of Njombe Ruby TV film
2007 Kitchen Liz TV film
2010 Between You & Me Sammy Short film
Nocturn Jody Short film
2011 7 Lives Mary
Year Title Role Notes
1996 A Touch of Frost Helen Tudor Episode: "Deep Waters"
Kavanagh QC Helen Kinross Episode: "The Burning Deck"
1996–1997 Dangerfield Alison Dangerfield 16 episodes
1998–1999 The Bill Carrie Winkler Episode: "Deep Secret"
Episode: "Murder, What Murder?"
2000–2001 Always and Everyone Dr. Kate Brady 2 episodes
2001 Agatha Christie's Poirot Christine Redfern Episode: "Evil Under the Sun"
2003 The Vice P.C. Lorraine Johnstone Episode: "Birdhouse,Outcast"
2004 Murder City Rosa Mansfield Episode: "Nothing Sacred"
2002–2004 Teachers Penny Neville Main character
2004–2006 Bodies Dr. Polly Grey Main character
2009 Boy Meets Girl Siobhan TV miniseries
2011–2015 Midsomer Murders Dr. Kate Wilding Main character
2015 Unforgotten Caroline Greaves 4 episodes
2018 Marcella JoJo 3 episodes


  1. ^ Perry, Chris (2016). The Kaleidoscope British Christmas Television Guide 1937-2013. p. 539. ISBN 9781900203609. Retrieved 6 October 2016.

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