Susie Blake


Susie Blake is one of the UK’s most loved actresses.

Theatre includes: Fisherman’s Friends: The Musical (Dominion Theatre & Hall for Cornwall); My Fair Lady (Grange Festival); The Mirror Crack’d (UK Tour); Some Mothers Do Av Em (UK Tour); Murder Margaret and Me (York Theatre Royal); Grumpy Old Women Live 3 (UK Tour); Cider with Rosie (UK Tour); Aladdin (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre); The Importance of Being Earnest A New Musical (Riverside Studios); When We Are Married (Garrick Theatre); Pygmalion (Chichester Festival Theatre); Grumpy Old Women Live 2 (UK Tour and Novello Theatre); Bertha in Boeing, Boeing (on Tour); Snake in the Grass and Life and Beth (Stephen Joseph Theatre and on Tour); Wicked (Apollo Victoria); High Society (UK Tour); Noises Off (National Theatre); A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to the Forum (Regents Park Theatre); Virtual Reality (Stephen Joseph Theatre); The Shakespeare Revue (RSC); Absent Friends (West Yorkshire Playhouse and the Lyric).

Television includes: Silky Hotel for BBC iPlayer; Kate & Koji (Series 1&2) for ITV; Not Going Out for BBC One; The Real Marigold Hotel for BBC One, Casualty for BBC One, Murder on the Blackpool Express for UKTV, The Cockfields for BBC Cuckoo (Series 3); New Tricks for BBC; You, Me and Them for UKTV Gold; Murder on the Homefront for Carnival Film and Television; Mrs Brown’s Boys (Series 3&2) for BBC; Series regular Beverley Unwin in Coronation Street for ITV; Great Night Out for ITV; Parents for Sky; The Crossing for BBC; House of Rooms for Channel 4; Doctors for BBC; Judith in Wild At Heart for ITV; Eve Beckett in Roger for BBC; Mrs Buchanan in Sunburn for BBC; Beverley in two series of A Prince Among Men for BBC; Louise in April Fools’ Day for ITV; Eleven Men Against Eleven for Channel 4; Wake up with... for ITV; Susan Hopkins in A Year in Provence for the BBC; Fay Morgan in The Wail of The Banshee for Central TV; Mrs Jerebohm in The Darling Buds Of May for YTV; Blore for BBC 4; 4 Series of Singles for YTV and The Victoria Wood Show for BBC.

Film includes: Nativity 3 and Fierce Creatures with John Cleese.

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