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Catherine Bailey

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Catherine Bailey is a London based actor.

Catherine has a wealth of experience in TV, stage and radio. She has just finished at The Globe in ‘Othello’ with Mark Rylance, and prior to this was in season 2 of ‘The Crown’, as well as Terence Davies’ highly acclaimed biopic ‘A Quiet Passion’ opposite Cynthia Nixon.

Her recent TV credits include BBC Agatha Christie trilogy ‘And Then There Were None’, plus roles in ‘Mr Selfridge’, ‘Midsomer Murders’, ‘Strike: The Silkworm’, ‘Hetty Feather’, and ‘The Sarah Jane Adventures’.

Since appearing at the RSC at the age of 15 in ‘Spring Awakening’, Catherine has featured in the West End as the lead female role in ‘The 39 Steps’, as well as ‘The Country Wife’ at The Theatre Royal Haymarket. She was also in ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore’ with Jude Law at The Young Vic, and ‘The Merchant of Venice’, ‘Julius Caesar’ and ‘Dr Scroggy’s War’, all at Shakespeare’s Globe.

She has been a series regular in BBC TV shows including ‘The Wild House’ (British Comedy Award nominated), ‘Uncle Jack’ and ‘Residents’, plus a regular role in ‘House of Anubis’ for Nickelodeon. She has also made guest appearances in ‘My Family’, ‘Rosemary & Thyme’, ‘Holby City’, ‘Doctors’ and ‘The Bill’

Her upcoming film work includes French/English costume drama ‘Casanova; Last Love’, and for the stage she is starring in and producing a play based on Kafka’s ‘The Trial’ at The Bunker Theatre in London Bridge in Autumn 2019.

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