Lancashire lady Christine Kavanagh is a television and stage actress. She has made a great deal of television appearances, including The Bill, Casualty, Between The...Read More
Lancashire lady Christine Kavanagh is a television and stage actress. She has made a great deal of television appearances, including The Bill, Casualty, Between The Lines, Inspector Morse, Jonathan Creek, Holby, and The Return of Sherlock Holmes among others.
Her frequent appearances on BBC Television are matched by the impressively high profile performances she has made on stage. She has worked under the well-renowned Alan Ayckbourn, performed in the York Theatre Royal in Sheridan’s famous play The Rivals, and appeared as Gwendolyn in Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest at the Oxford Playhouse. Classic plays appear to be her wont, with Miller’s All My Sons, Ibsen’s A Doll’s House, Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Macbeth and Much Ado About Nothing all appearing on her extensive repertoire. Recently, her onstage career has reached stratospheric heights, performing with the RSC, at The Old Vic, at the Almeida and Garrick Theatres, and under Trevor Nunn at the Royal National Theatre.
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