West End theatre credits include: Three Sisters (Albery Theatre); The Real Thing (The Strand Theatre); The Mysterious Mr Love and The Maintenance Man (Comedy Theatre); Dangerous Corner (The Whitehall Theatre) and Of Mice and Men (The Mermaid Theatre).
Other Theatre: Caste, Martine and Hindle Wakes (Finborough Theatre); Louise Brooks in American Venus (So & So Arts Club); Keeping up with The Joans (Edinburgh Fringe); The Complacent Lover, A Doll’s House (Palace Theatre, Watford); Time and the Conway’s, Lower Depths and The Cherry Orchard (Royal Exchange); Broken Glass (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Romeo and Juliet (Jermyn Street Theatre); Prophecy (The New End Theatre); Abducting Diana (Edinburgh Festival) & Misery (King’s Head Theatre).
Touring credits include: The Queen in Handbagged; Miss Prism in The Importance of Being Earnest; Fraulein Schneider in Cabaret; also Rehearsal for Murder; And Then There Were None; All Creatures Great & Small; Having a Ball; Bedroom Farce; The Constant Wife; Mrs Warren’s Profession; Death Trap; Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime; The Madness of George III; Verdict and The Unexpected Guest.
TV credits include: Upstairs Downstairs, Tales of the Unexpected, Bergerac, Remmington Steele; Casualty; Inspector Wycliffe; Doctor Who; Bianca in The Taming of the Shrew and Lucy in Dracula both for the BBC; Prue in A Bouquet of Barbed Wire; Fay Weldon’s Heart of the Country; Stan Barstow’s A Kind of Loving; & Helen in A Fine Romance. Most recently Doctors, regular Jean Hope in Emmerdale and Joan in The Dead Room, written and directed by Mark Gatiss.
Films include: The Uncanny; The Land that Time Forgot; No Sex Please We’re British; Leopard in the Snow; Nasty Habits; Patrick; Soldier of the Queen and Private Road and most recently Citizen versus Kane; Say you Love Me and Top Dog (directed by Martin Kemp).
Susan also published her first novel, For the Love of Angel (Truran Books) a story set in Cornwall in the 1880’s and co-authored with Sara Kestelman an anthology of original poetry, A Two Hander.