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Kate Buffery Biography
- Katharine Buffery (born 23 July 1957) is an English actress/writer, known as Kate Buffery. Buffery is possibly best known for her role in the British TV drama Wish Me Luck, as Liz Grainger and as DI North in Trial and Retribution. Other TV work includes The Rainbow, Catherine Cookson's The Man Who Cried, Close Relations, Poirot, Frankensteins Baby, Circles of Deceit, The Orchid House, Wing and a Prayer, Ruth Rendell-series, PD James-series, Midsomer Murders, Boon, Hartbeat, etc.
Kate Buffery Filmography
- (2004) EMR as Mrs. Jones
- (2004) The Brief as Sarah Cheeseman
- (2001) Goodbye Charlie Bright as Mum
- (1998) Close Relations as Erin
- (1997) Midsomer Murders as Mallory Edmonton
- (1997) Trial & Retribution as D.I. North
- (1997) Trial & Retribution as D.I. Pat North
- (1997) Trial & Retribution as Det. Insp. Pat North
- (1997) Trial & Retribution as DI North
- (1997) Wing and a Prayer as Amanda Dankwith
- (1995) Bliss as Dr. Gaynor Hands
- (1995) Circles of Deceit: Dark Secret as Kate Moore
- (1993) Swing Kids as Woman #2 with Ashes
- (1993) The Man Who Cried as Florrie Donnelly
- (1992) Heartbeat as Amanda Buxton
- (1992) Heartbeat as Shirley Barlow
- (1992) Sam Saturday as Angela Munroe
- (1991) The Orchid House as Stella
- (1990) Dark River as Lydia Priestley
- (1990) Medics as
- (1990) The Storyteller: Greek Myths as Danaë
- (1989) Agatha Christie's Poirot as Theresa
- (1989) Vägen hem as Valerie Hammond
- (1988) A Taste for Death as Sarah Berowne
- (1988) The Rainbow as Winifred Inger
- (1987) Comeback as Dr. Marshall
- (1987) Love After Lunch as Anna
- (1987) Ruth Rendell Mysteries as Dr. Lucas
- (1987) Wish Me Luck as Liz Grainger
- (1987) Wish Me Luck as Liz Grainger aka Christine
- (1986) Boon as Greta Batten
- (1986) Call Me Mister as Charlotte
- (1986) Casualty as Fiona Atwell
- (1985) Screen One as Jane Bligh
- (1985) Theatre Night as
- (1985) Theatre Night as Elise
Kate Buffery Trivia and Facts
- Trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA), London, England.
- Worked extensively in radio.
- Is a campaigner. Supported the Daily Records Save The Kids campaign which aimed to stop bullying in schools, by stating that the victims have more integrity than their tormentors. Also, she recently spoke against the London Metropolitian Universitys plans to use Tufnell Park grounds to extend their Halls of Residence.
- An Associate Member of RADA.
Kate Buffery Other Works
- (1983) She acted in Denise Deegan's play, "Daisy Pulls It Off" at the Globe Theatre in London, England with Alexandra Mathie, Philip Guard, directed by David Gilmore.
- (1994) She acted in Carl Sternheim and C.P. Taylor's play, "Schippel the Plumber," at the Greenwich Theatre in London, England with James Saxon, Stefan Bednarczyk, David Bamber, Richard Freeman, Michael Simkins, directed by Jeremy Sams.
- (1984) She acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Love's Labour's Lost," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with Kenneth Branagh, Roger Rees, Edward Petherbridge, Amanda Root, Frances Barber, Emily Richard, Harold Innocent, Josette Simon, Frank Middlemass, and Alphonsia Emmanuel in the cast. Barry Kyle was director.
- (1993) She acted in William Shakespeare's play, "As You Like It," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Barbican Theatre in London, England with Peter De Jersey, Adrian Lukis, Alfred Burke, Samantha Bond, Anthony O'Donnell, Jonathan Cake, Alan Cox, Jeffery Dench, Michael Siberry, David Burt, and John Bott in the cast. David Thacker was director.
- (1985) She acted in Howard Brenton and David Hare's play, "Pravda," in a British National Theatre production at the Olivier Theatre in London, England with Anthony Hopkins and Bill Nighy in the cast. David Hare was also director.
- (May 1983) She acted in Denise Deegan's play, "Daisy Pulls It Off," at the Globe Theatre in London, England with Alexandra Mathie and Philip Guard in the cast. David Gimore was director.