Self: A New Dimension[Factual]; Time Trouble[Factual]; Welcome to Torchwood[Factual]; The End of an Era[Factual]; The Doctors Revisited: The Ninth Doctor[Factual]; The Doctors Revisited: The Tenth Doctor[Factual] | as Guest: Totally Doctor Who (#1.5)[Factual]; Totally Doctor Who (#1.6)[Factual] | as Guest Presenter: Doctor Who Prom (2008)[Music] | as Participant: The Weakest Link[Related]
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Jackie Tyler: Rose; The End Of The World; Aliens of London / World War Three; Father's Day; Bad Wolf / The Parting of the Ways; The Christmas Invasion; New Earth; Rise of the Cybermen / The Age of Steel; Love & Monsters; Army of Ghosts / Doomsday; The Stolen Earth / Journey's End; The End of Time; The Ninth Doctor Chronicles[BF]; The Lives of Captain Jack[BF]; Infamy Of The Zaross[BF]
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Camille F. CoduriBorn: Sunday 18th April 1965 (age: 57)
Camille Coduri is an English actress from Wandsworth in London.. She is best known for her role in Doctor Who as Jackie Tyler.
She featured in the film comedies Nuns on the Run (1990) and King Ralph (1991). She has also appeared extensively on British television, appearing in guest roles in episodes of series such as Rumpole of the Bailey, A Bit of Fry and Laurie, Boon, A Touch of Frost and in the BBC's 1997 adaptation of Henry Fielding's novel The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling. She appeared in BBC Three's six-part drama series Sinchronicity in 2006.
Coduri was cast in the revived Doctor Who series as Jackie Tyler, mother of new companion Rose Tyler.
She participated in the Doctor Who-themed episode of The Weakest Link, first broadcast on 30 March 2007. She was statistically the weakest link in the third round and came close to being voted out two times. However she survived both times and went on to win the game (beating Noel Clarke). She split the prize money of �16,550 between two charities - half for multiple sclerosis and half for children who are carers.
In an April 2010 episode of Ashes to Ashes, Coduri plays a woman who helps DCI Gene Hunt and DI Alex Drake during an investigation. In September 2010, she joined BBC Three comedy, Him & Her playing Shelly.