Eden End


Eden End

Carol Macready


Carol began her working life in weekly rep, and followed this with two years at The Old Vic, where roles included Maria in Twelfth Night.

Theatre credits include: Enjoy (Gielgud Theatre, Theatre Royal Bath and Watford Palace Theatre); In the Club (Hampstead Theatre); The School for Scandal (Salisbury Playhouse); The Comedy of Errors, Cider With Rosie (the Crucible Theatre); The Turn of the Screw (Bristol Old Vic); The Mandate, Tales From the Vienna Woods, Edmond, The Wind in the Willows (National Theatre); The Rivals (Compass Theatre); Romeo and Juliet (New Shakespeare Co); Love in a Wood, Jubilee, Roberto Zucco, Bartholomew Fair, Measure for Measure (RSC Stratford); A Busy Day (Bristol Old Vic and Lyric Theatre, West End); Pygmalion, The Playboy of the Western World, Weekend Break (Birmingham Rep); Captain Oates‘ Left Sock, Don’s Party, A Comedy of the Changing Years (Royal Court).

Television credits include: Doctors, Holby City, Dangerfield, The Ghostbusters of East Finchley, Mrs Hartley and the Growth Centre, In the Cold Light of Day, The Return of the Psammead, Inspector Alleyn Mysteries: Death at the Bar, EastEnders, Gaudy Night, The Woman in White (BBC TV); Heartbeat, Poirot: Cat Amongst the Pigeons (ITV Productions); My Family (DLT Entertainment); Midsomer Murders (Bentley Productions); Love Lies Bleeding, Coronation Street, Union Castle (Granada TV); Doc Martin (Buffalo Pictures); Trial & Retribution (La Plante Productions); After Birth (Tiger Aspect Productions); Loving (Green Films); The Bill (Thames TV); A Feast at Midnight (Kwai River Productions); Stanley’s Dragon, Troubles and Strife (Central TV); The Rector’s Wife (Talisman Films); The Darling Buds of May (YTV); Black and Blue (Dennis Woolf Productions); Birds of a Feather (Alomo Prods - BBC); The Murderers Among Us (TVS HBO); Marmalade Atkins (Thames TV children’s series); Forever Young (Enigma TV); Mapp and Lucia (LWT).

Film credits include: A Feast at Midnight (Kwai River Productions); Wondrous Oblivion (APT Films); 102 Dalmatians (Cruella Productions Ltd); The Night Is Young (Outsider Films); Quills (Charenton Productions Ltd).

Radio and voice credits include: Dixon of Dock Green, The Purple Land, Armadale, Number Ten, My Cousin Rachel (BBC R4); Lysistrata (Open University); Felix Holt, The Radical (BBC Radio); The Lady Bower Reservoir (BBC Schools Radio).

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