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Catherine Bailey

Last updated 09 January 2020

Catherine Bailey
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Catherine Bailey

Born: Wednesday 2nd January 1980 (age: 41)

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Catherine Bailey is an English actress.

Catherine Bailey started acting at the age of 12 when she landed the lead role of Helen Green in Uncle Jack, a BBC television series starring Paul Jones and Fenella Fielding. She went on to appear as Ilse in Tim Supple�s acclaimed production of Spring Awakening at the RSC at the age of 15, and her next role was as Gina Wild, the rebellious teenage Goth in the BBC comedy The Wild House, which was nominated for Best Children�s Comedy at the British Comedy Awards.

Notable television appearances since then have included: Holby CityEastenders, Peak PracticeRosemary and ThymeThe BillMy FamilyUrban Gothic55 Degrees NorthEgyptThe English Harem and Residents. She has also worked in Radio, most recently on BBC Radio 3 as Isabella in The Changeling, Directed by Jeremy Mortimer.

On stage she has appeared at the Young Vic (Tis Pity She�s a Whore), Tricycle Theatre (Walk Hard - Talk Loud), Hackney Empire (in Steven Berkoff�s Sit and Shiver), Theatre Royal Haymarket (The Country Wife) and the Oval House for Paines Plough (House of Agnes). She recently appeared in a televised performance of A Midsummer Night's Dream at Middle Temple Hall, directed by Tim Carroll and featuring The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.

She is an associate member of The Factory Theatre Company, having appeared in many of their productions including HamletThe SeagullRound 1Round 2 and As You Like It.

She most recently worked on The Sarah Jane Adventures for the BBC, and in House of Anubis for Nickelodeon, as recurring character Esther Robinson. She is currently appearing as Annabella, Margaret and Pamela in The 39 Steps at the Criterion in London.

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