Glynis Barber is a film, television and stage actress. In 2007 she became a regular on Emmerdale, as DCI Grace Barraclough, and joined The Royal’s 8th series as Jean in...Read More
Glynis Barber is a film, television and stage actress.
Films include Deja Vu and Beings (1997), The Fairy King of Ar (2000), On The Nose (in both 2001 and 2002) and Hammer of the Gods (2013).
Television appearances are extensive, the nineties spanning Diagnosis Murder, Babes in the Wood, The Bill and Highlander. Glynis started off the noughties with the part of Miranda Stockton in the BBC’s Doctors and a lead role in Warner Brothers’ Dark Realm. In 2001, ITV cast her in Night & Day, and as the decade went on she worked in various different productions. In 2007 she became a regular on Emmerdale, as DCI Grace Barraclough, and joined The Royal’s 8th series as Jean in 2008. In 2009 she appeared on New Tricks as Cheryl, and in 2010 became a regular on the BBC’s EastEnders. In 2012, she appeared as a politician’s wife in Hometown Glory’s pilot.
On stage, Barber has appeared at everything from What the Butler Saw at the Theatre Royal in Northampton to Ophelia in Hamlet at the Duke’s Theatre in Lancaster. She worked with Trevor Nunn and the RSC on Once in a Lifetime, and has also appeared in a 2011 pantomime, as the Bad Fairy in Sleeping Beauty. Another 2011 performance was as Belinda in Bill Kenwright’s production of Season’s Greetings.
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