Janet Mackenzie

Theatre includes: Much Ado about Nothing (Watford Palace); Spider’s Web (Mill at Sonning); James Graham’s Monster Raving Loony (Theatre Royal Plymouth/ Soho Theatre); The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (West Yorkshire Playhouse/Birmingham Rep); The Importance of Being Earnest (Nottingham Playhouse); The Physicists (Donmar); The Rivals, Spring and Port Wine and The Admirable Crichton (New Vic Stoke); The Daughter in Law (Watford Palace); The Biggleswades (Southwark Playhouse); The Waltz of The Toreadors (Chichester); Romeo and Juliet (Northcott Exeter); Stepping Out (York Theatre Royal); The Chair Women (UK and European Tour); Love Me Slender (Orange Tree); Fat Souls (Warehouse Theatre Croydon).

Television includes: Cheat; The Windsors Royal Wedding Special; Coronation Street, Man Down; We The Jury; Uncle; The Tunnel; Mr Selfridge; Law and Order UK; Boomers; Siblings; Doctors; Holby City; Taking The Flak; Phoneshop; Dancing on the Edge; Mrs Biggs; Bad Girls; Fifteen Storeys High; Jonathan Creek; The Inspector Lynley Mysteries; Sir Gadabout; John Mortimer’s Titmuss Regained and Julian Mitchell’s Screen Two film Survival of The Fittest.

Film includes: Girl Unscripted; Their Finest; Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool; Criminal; Pauline; Kid Gloves; In the Loop; Dreams of a Life; The Infidel; Little Dorrit; Under Suspicion; The Fool.

Radio includes: Ed Reardon’s Week; The Exorcist; Votes For Women; The Archers; Mr Bridger’s Orphan; Up The Junction; Georgy Girl; The Author of Himself; When the Dog Dies; My Blue Heaven; Me and Joe; Weekending; A Square of One’s Own; House of The Spirit Levels; Kate and Cindy; Do Nothing ‘Till You Hear From Me; Nigel and Earl Sort Out the World; Rent; Harry Hill’s Fruit Corner; three series of Double Income No Kids Yet and two series of Three Off The Tee.