Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
Bette Henritze to Clint Howard
Clare Holman Biography ((?)-)
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- Voice of Juliet, Romeo and Juliet, PBS, 1993
- Dr. Laura Hobson, The Way through the Woods, PBS, 1997
- Dr. Laura Hobson, The Daughters of Cain, Arts and Entertainment, 1998
- Dr. Laura Hobson, Death Is Now My Neighbor, PBS, 1998
- Dr. Laura Hobson, Inspector Morse: The Wench Is Dead, BBC, then Arts and Entertainment, 1999
- Rosa Dartle, David Copperfield, BBC, 1999, then PBS, 2000
- Zoe, Big Women, BBC, 1998
- Simone Parr, The Lakes, BBC, 2000
- Gudrun, The Rainbow, BBC, then Arts and Entertainment, 1989
- Jenny, Close Relations, Arts and Entertainment, 1990
- Stella Kidd, The Woman in Black, Arts and Entertainment, 1991
- Isobel Sheridan, "In It for the Monet," Boon, Central (England), 1989
- Sister Annette, "L'insanite," Paris, 1994
- Sarah, "Toyboys," Love in the 21st Century, Granada, c. 1999
Other Television Appearances
- Mary Llewellyn, The Fifteen Streets, 1989
- Jessie Fielding, M.P., Giving Tongue, BBC, 1996
- Fay Devenish, Harm Done, 2000
- Also appeared as Jane Laker, The Bill, Thames; as Alison Huntley,The Innocent, Yorkshire; as Helena Petchey, Murder Rooms, BBC;as Barbara, Out of the Blue, BBC; as Theresa, Kid in the Corner; in Circles of Deceit, BBC2; in Frontiers, Carlton; in London's Burning, London Weekend Television; in Shalom Shalaam, BBC; and in Soldier, Soldier.
- Iris Bentley, Let Him Have It, British Screen, 1991
- Rose, Afraid of the Dark, Fine Line Features, 1991
- Louise Purdon, Tom & Viv, Miramax, 1994
Looking for Richard (documentary), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996
- Also appeared in Boiling Point.
- Honey, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Almeida Theatre,London, 1997
- Appeared as Harper, Angels in America, as Abigail, The Crucible, as Mavis, Making History, and as Steph, The Neighbour, all at National Theatre, London; as Cecile, Les liaisons dangereuses, asIsabella, Measure for Measure, as Juliet, Romeo and Juliet, asOlivia, Twelfth Night, and as Julia, Two Gentlemen of Verona,all with Royal Shakespeare Company; as Eliza, Conversations after a Burial, Almeida Theatre; as Gretta, Karate Billy, Royal Court Theatre, London; as Marlene, Mill Fire, Bush Theatre, London; as player queen, Hamlet, with Oxford Stage Company; and in Fanta Babies, NationalStudio Theatre.
- Appeared as Selima, Don't Forget the Diver, BBC; as Maggie, David's Birthday, BBC; as Harriet, Kangaroo, Radio 3; and inThe Children's Hour,
The Complicated Adventures of Claudine,
Much Ado about Nothing,
Woman's Hour Serial, and Womenin Love.
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