Katherine Parkinson is a stage, screen and radio actress. Her professional stage work has been exclusively at prestigious London venues. Film work includes parts in the...Read More
Katherine Parkinson is a stage, screen and radio actress. Her professional stage work has been exclusively at prestigious London venues. In 2004 she appeared at the King’s Head Theatre and Soho Theatre; when she returned to Soho in 2006, it was to be shortly followed by a part at the Almeida Theatre. In 2007 she played Masha in The Seagull at the Royal Court, directed by Ian Rickson, and in 2009 when she returned to this space it was in Cock, a play directed by James MacDonald. 2010 saw her making her debut as Pattie in Season’s Greeting at the National Theatre, directed by Marianne Elliott. She played Lady Teazle in Deborah Warner’s School for Scandal at the Barbican in 2011, and this same year featured in 66 Books at the Bush Theatre.
Katherine’s television work includes three series in The IT Crowd in 2005, the part of Pauline in series 2 and 3 of Doc Martin in 2007, and the part of Nicola in a Jonathan Creek Christmas Special in 2008. She has appeared in The Old Guys, Psychoville, The Great Outdoors, Whites, Sherlock: The Reichenbach, Coma Girl and Bleak Old Shop of Stuff. In 2012, she has played the parts of Rebecca, in the BBC’s Number 9: Sardines, and Jo Pepper in Officially Special.
Radio work spans a wide variety of work between 2004 and 2012. Notably, Parkinson worked as a writer and performer on Mouthtrap on BBC Radio 4 in 2008. Film work includes parts in the 2007 film How to Lose Friends and Alienate People, as Marion in Easy Virtue and as Felicity in The Boat That Rocked (both 2008), and in St Trinian’s 2 in 2009.Read Less
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