Susan was the Malvern Prize
Winner for comedy at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
Susan continues to perform her own play The Merry Wife of Wilton,
a one-woman costume drama in which she plays Mary Sidney, Countess of
Pembroke. Susan played Mrs Arbuthnot in Calculus
directed by Andy Jordan at the New End Theatre, London. Other favourite
roles include Amy Spettigue in Charley’s Aunt, Mrs
Squeamish in The Country Wife, Sukey Tawdry in The
Beggars Opera, Angela in Abigail’s Party and Jan
in Aykbourn’s Bedroom Farce for Bill Kenwright - a review in the
Evening Standard praised her ‘sharpness of style’.
She has played Fairy Godmother three times for Chris
Often on the
Drama Rep for the BBC, Susan played Mrs Allonby in A
Woman of No Importance with Diana Rigg, the Nurse in
Macbeth with Ian Holm, and many roles and comedy series, most
recently with June Whitfield in Sexton Blake.
One of Susan's favourite parts was
in the award winning radio series The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the
Galaxy. She is proud to be the original Trillian!
Character roles include Mother Thomas Aquinas in Midsomer Murders,
series 14, episode 7, A Sacred Trust. Witch
in Corin Redgrave’s Macbeth for BBC2, appearances in Rainbow,
Bless Me Father, Only When I Laugh, Agony, and children’s
nurse, Mary, in ITV’s 13 part series Why Can’t I Go Home?
Princess Eilonwy in the Walt Disney film, The Black Cauldron
with John Hurt, Susan voiced many cartoons including Jimbo and the
Jet Set, The Family Ness, The Beano Video, and in 2000 The
Animal Shelf, nominated for a BAFTA. But probably Susan is best
known for the voice of Noddy in BBC Television’s Noddy!
Susan is no stranger to the world of voice-overs, from Commercials
to Corporate Films. In film dubbing she voiced the young Pu Yi
in The Last Emperor, Jade Fox in Crouching Tiger,
Hidden Dragon. Audio Books include Philip Pullman's His Dark
Materials (Serafina Pekala), Billy Elliott (Billy) and Plato's Symposium (Diotima)