Caroline Catz
English actress
Caroline Catz
Caroline Catz is an English film, television, theatre and radio actress.
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DVDs: Last Minute Boxed Sets and Gift Guide
Huffington Post - about 1 year
Don't panic. You still have time to get some great gifts. Sure it seems like streaming video means every movie and TV show ever made is available on demand. But it's not true (yet). And figuring out where and when some beloved favorite is actually available and forking over the monthly fee so you can access it is becoming as expensive as that cable package. Besides, people love celebrating the entertainment they really love and nothing says "I'm a fan!" like a physical copy on your media shelf or an elaborate boxed set. Many big box stores have those very boxed sets piled up on display (or you can still overnight a copy if you're really desperate). So here are some of the best boxed sets and recent titles you can grab for that "one final gift" idea or stocking stuffer. Of course, you'll need some room on that credit card you've been using nonstop since Thanksgiving. Now you can panic! DOCTOR WHO CHRISTMAS SPECIALS GIFTSET ($57.98 BluRay; BBC Home Entertainment) Every Doctor W ...
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Blanchett Says She's Had Relationships With Women 'Many Times'
ABC News - almost 2 years
In the film "Carol," Cate Blanchett's character who falls in love with a woman. In real life, she said that she, too, has had relationships with women.
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'Doc Martin' star Martin Clunes on the making of the British series
LATimes - almost 5 years
"Doc Martin," the globally popular British series about an antisocial big-city surgeon working as a general practitioner among boundary-disrespecting neighbors in a Cornwall fishing village, has just begun its fifth season. Over the last couple of years it has become a staple feature of American public broadcasting -- the second episode of the new season premieres locally tonight on KCET -- and has been widely available online, offered free to subscribers of Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu Plus. Acorn Media, which has released the previous four seasons on DVD, will add the fifth in June. (I earlier wrote about the series here.) Martin Clunes (whose "William and Mary," an earlier series in which he plays a cuddly undertaker, has also become a PBS favorite) stars as Martin Ellingham, the eponymous doctor. Caroline Catz is Louisa, the teacher he inarticulately loves, nearly marries and, at the close of Season 4, has a child with. This year also sees the arrival of the great Eileen Atk ...
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Bob Hoskins, Michael Palin, 'Doc Martin' DVD reviews - The Star-Ledger -
Google News - over 5 years
Love-interest-wise, Martin can't seem to communicate with down-to-earth teacher Louisa (Caroline Catz). The two are like "chalk and cheese," reckons Auntie Joan. The plots are like medical mysteries, many with twist endings. Oh! It isn't a tumor in the
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DVD Review - Doc Martin Collection - TVOvermind
Google News - almost 6 years
Also starring Caroline Catz (The Guilty) as Martin's potential romantic interest, the series really relies on Clunes to deliver -- and he does so, providing a really funny misanthrope -- who is somehow really lovable -- to follow around
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Doc Martin Collection: Series 1 - 4 DVD Review: southern exposure - TV Geek Army
Google News - almost 6 years
... show weaves a larger tapestry exploring the ongoing relationships of the fascinating locals, with special emphasis placed on the topsy-turvy romance between the doctor and the lovely and charming head schoolteacher, Louisa Glasson (Caroline Catz)
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Across America in His Merry Winton
NYTimes - over 13 years
Ken Burns, the producer of august movies on PBS, has turned out a comic documentary, ''Horatio's Drive: America's First Road Trip,'' which has its premiere tonight. ''Horatio's Drive'' is a two-hour account of a merry 1903 cross-country drive by motorcar, the first of its kind, here rendered in voice-over, archival film clips and many, many
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Caroline Catz
  • 2012
    Age 41
    In 2012 she plays Marlene in Caryl Churchill's play Top Girls directed by Max Stafford-Clark.
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  • 2009
    Age 38
    She co-starred in Déjà Vu, a radio play broadcast by BBC Radio 4 on Wednesday, 4 February 2009.
    More Details Hide Details Prior to her acting career, Catz sang in an indie band called Monoland, and then in a folk group called Sapphire.
  • 2008
    Age 37
    In November 2008, she played Anna, the puppet maker, in the stage production On Emotion.
    More Details Hide Details She has previously appeared in the West End in the Out of Joint/Royal Court Theatre production of Mark Ravenhill's Shopping and Fucking.
    In March 2008, she guested with East Kilbride rock combo The Jesus and Mary Chain for a folk rendition of their song 'Just Like Honey', and later Sometimes Always.
    More Details Hide Details Caroline Catz is married to fellow actor Michael Higgs; the couple met on the set of The Bill. They have a son named Sonny who was born in 2001, and a daughter named Honour who was born in 2006.
  • 1994
    Age 23
    In 1994 she took a lead role in the BBC's All Quiet on the Preston Front, which ran for three series.
    More Details Hide Details She followed this with a spell in The Bill as Rosie Fox, during which she met Michael Higgs, who later became her husband. Her part in The Bill was the first of three long-term roles in which she played police officers; later in The Vice she was a PC and in Murder in Suburbia she was a Detective Inspector. She currently stars in ITV1's Doc Martin, where she plays primary school headmistress Louisa Glasson. Catz has continued to appear in one-off roles, including In Denial of Murder, in which she played real-life murder victim Wendy Sewell, and in an episode of Hotel Babylon. She also appeared in a two-part episode of Single Handed entitled The Stolen Child as Dr Maggie Hunter. Originally shown in Ireland in January 2008, it was broadcast by ITV on 9 August 2009.
  • 1992
    Age 21
    She played opposite Michael Kitchen in a TV movie, The Guilty that opened in June 1992.
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  • 1970
    Born in 1970.
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