Caroline Quentin

Theatre includes Lady Sarah Hotham in The Hypocrite (Hull Truck/RSC); The Life and Times of Fanny Hill (Bristol Old Vic); Moxie in Relative Values (Theatre Royal Bath/West End); Oh! What a Lovely War (Theatre Royal Stratford East); Hedda in Terrible Advice (Menier Chocolate Factory); Christine Hamilton in Life After Scandal (Hampstead Theatre); Arabella in The London Cuckolds (National Theatre); and the original cast of Les Misérables at the RSC and then at the Palace Theatre, West End.

Television includes Dickensian, Doc Martin, Dancing on the Edge, Extreme, Little Crackers, Switch, Dead Boss, Just William, Agatha Christie's Marple, Blue Murder, Life Begins, Footprints in the Snow, Von Trapped, Blood Strangers, Hot Money, Goodbye, Mr Steadman, Kiss Me Kate, The Innocent, Jonathan Creek, Men Behaving Badly, All or Nothing at All, Mr Bean, Harry Enfield's Television Programme, This is David Lander.

As a Presenter, A Passage Through India, Cornwall with Caroline Quentin, Caroline Quentin’s National Parks, Restoration Home, The World's Most Extraordinary Homes and The One Show.

Films include Love Me Tinder, Party Party.