After RADA Louise joined the RSC playing Stratford, London and America. Several TV series followed, including Boy Dominic, Tom Brown’s School Days, Doctor Who, The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Bergerac, EastEnders, her personal favourite Tenko, and most recently Doc Martin. Her films include My Friend Walter, Stick With Me Kid, award winning Cleaning Up and A Quiet Courage (2014). Recent theatre and TV include Jocasta in Berkoff’s Oedipus, Doctors, Holby City and The Dumping Ground. On Christmas day she appeared as Mrs Simpson in Mark Gatiss’ ghost story, TRACTATE MIDDOTH. She and her writing partner, Nigel Fairs, have recently toured their play MY GAY BEST FRIEND (best new play/Brighton Festival) alongside her one woman show PULLING FACES. Her first children’s book, BEWARE THE GOBLIN MEN, is being published in November and will shortly be available for download from her website
www.louisejameson.com. Louise reads novels regularly for several audio companies including the RNIB; also for audio she writes, directs and performs with Big Finish. Last year she was nominated for best actress playing Bridie in GUTTED at Stratford East, and won ‘Best Supporting Actress’ for her role in The Vessel, an improvised internet series. This year she has performed as Marion in Absurd Person Singular at Sonning and her next project is playing Miss Marple on tour in A MURDER IS ANNOUNCED. After that, a film called THE APPRAISAL, scheduled for the summer. She lives in the heart of Kent, and considers her two sons to be her best productions to date.