Acting

Television (includes)

  • Vera (Margaret) – ITV, Thaddeus O’Sullivan
  • New Tricks (Felicity) – Wall To Wall, Robin Shepherd
  • Lennon Naked (neighbour) – Blast! Films Ltd, Edmund Coulthard
  • Ian Fleming (Eve Fleming) – BBC,  John Alexander
  • Doctors (Della King) – BBC
  • North Square series (Judge Styles) – Channel 4, Tim Leandro
  • Touching Evil (Dr Edwards) – United, David Moore
  • London Bridge series (Nancy Parker) – Carlton, Nick Brown
  • Penmarric series (Jana) – BBC
  • The Pearcross Girls – BBC, Simon Langton
  • The White Rabbit – BBC, Peter Hammond
  • Alas Smith & Jones (1st series) – BBC, Various
  • Verite – Thames TV, Piers Haggard
  • You’ve Made Your Bed – Anglia Television, Chris Monaghan
  • Second City Firsts – BBC, Philip Saville
  • Casualty – BBC
  • A Touch Of Frost – YTV, David Reynolds
  • Mussolini – NBC
  • Bergerac – BBC
  • Boon – Carlton
  • Dempsey & Makepeace – LWT
  • Executive Stress – Thames
  • Stike It Rich series – BBC, Joe Waters
  • Minder – Thames, Various
  • Rag Trade pilot – BBC, Denis Maine Wilson
  • Hugh & I Spy series – BBC, James Perry

Films (incude)

  • The Nest Sean Durkin
  • A Royal Night Out Julian Jerrold
  • Wimbledon Richard Longcrane
  • Rocky Horror Picture Show Jim Sharman
  • M Butterfly David Cronenberg
  • Defence Of The Realm David Drury
  • Alive And Kicking Nancy Meckler
  • A Business Affair Charlotte Brandston
  • Le Mur De L’Atlantique Marcel Camus
  • Aisling Thaddeus O’Sullivan
  • Work Experience (Oscar -Best Short Film) Ian Hendrie
  • Shock Treatment Jim Sharman
  • Every Home Should Have One James Gilbert

Directing

  • Two TV Comedy Scripts New Writer’s Festival, Battersea Arts Festival
  • The Heidi Chronicles Salisbury Writers’ Festival
  • Anna (Opera) World Premiere, City of London Girls’ School
  • Flowers From Detroit (Musical) World Premiere, Hen and Chickens Theatre, London
  • Elvis (Musical) (Associate Director) World Premiere, Astoria Theatre, London SWET Award for Best Musical
  • Oh Boy (Musical) Astoria Theatre, London
  • You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me (Musical) World Premiere, Playhouse Theatre, London
  • Hair (Musical) Theatre de la Porte St Martin, Paris
  • MorecambeE British Premiere, Fringe First Award Edinburgh Festival, transferred to Hampstead Theatre, London
  • Flux British World Premiere, One Theatre, London, ad the Public Theatre, New York
  • Defence World Premiere, Bristol Old Vic Theatre
  • Sweet Mr Shakespeare Open Air Theatre, Regents Park, London