Angie Barker, "The Fat Lady Sings," The Bill, Thames Television and Yorkshire Television, 1998
Mrs. Tapioca, "The Heat Is On," The Worst Witch, HBO, 1998
Mrs. Tapioca, "A Mean Halloween," The Worst Witch, HBO, 1998
Mrs. Tapioca, "When We Feast at the Midnight Hour," The Worst Witch, HBO, 1998
Eleri, "Search for the Hero," Holby City, BBC, 1999
Mrs. Tapioca, "Animal Magic," The Worst Witch, HBO, 1999
Penny Rowan (some sources cite Penny Rowse), "Look Again," The Bill, Thames Television and Yorkshire Television, 1999
Judy Brownlow, "A Woman's Right to Choose," Doctors, BBC, 2000
Edna Pendleton, "The Best Man," Born and Bred, BBC, 2002
Mrs. Spriggs, "Five Little Pigs," Poirot, London Weekend Television and ITV, 2003
Appeared in A Bit of Fry and Laurie, BBC; The Demon Headmaster, BBC; and Hale and Pace, ITV.
Cook, The Little Princess (special), PBS, 1987
Chinese Whispers, BBC, 1989
Appeared in Great Expectations and Outside Edge.
Doctor Faustus, Young Vic Theatre, London, beginning 2002
Appeared in As You Like It,Comrades,Love's Labour's Lost,Romeo and Juliet,The Taming of the Shrew, and Toadof Toad Hall, all Royal Shakespeare Company; appeared in The Rise andFall of the Little Voice (also known as Little Voice), London; also appeared in productions of Hobson's Choice,Hotel Paradise,Joking Apart,Last Resort,Pygmalion, and The Seagull.