Caroline Quentin is a British actress who trained at the independent Arts Educational School in Tring, Hertfordshire. Her early acting work included appearing on stage...Read More
Caroline Quentin is a British actress who trained at the independent Arts Educational School in Tring, Hertfordshire. Her early acting work included appearing on stage in the chorus of the original cast of the musical, Les Miserables (1985).
In 1991 Quentin played the lead in the successful West End comedy An Evening with Gary Lineker, which was later nominated for an Olivier Award. In 1998 she appeared in Terry Johnson’s The London Cuckolds at the National Theatre as Arabella. Whilst best known for her roles the television series of Men Behaving Badly and Jonathan Creek, Quentin’s extensive theatre credits also include Pippin and Terrible Advice both at the Menier Chocolate Factory.
Most recently Quentin played Moxie in Relative Values at the Theatre Royal Bath directed by Trevor Nunn and has just finished performing in Oh What a Lovely War, the satirical musical about World War I, at the Theatre Royal Stratford East. As a result of her Television success in 1995 Quentin received Best TV Comedy Actress (Men Behaving Badly, as Dorothy) and 2004, Top TV Comedy Actress (Von Trapped, as Maria Moogan; Life Begins, as Maggie Mee).
Other Television appearances include Kiss me Kate (1998), Blue Murder (2002), Life of Riley (2008) and Dead Boss (2012).Read Less
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