Jenny Seagrove - Birmingham Rep

Jenny Seagrove

Jenny trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.

Theatre credits include: How The Other Half Loves (Theatre Royal Haymarket/Duke of York's); Volcano (Vaudeville); Bedroom Farce (Duke of York's); A Daughter's A Daughter (Trafalgar Studios); Absurd Person Singular (Garrick); The Letter (Wyndham's); The Night Of The Iguana, The Secret Rapture and Brief Encounter (Lyric); The Constant Wife (Apollo/Lyric); The Female Odd Couple (Apollo); Hamlet (Ludlow Festival); Hurlyburly (Queen's, Peter Hall Company); Dead Guilty (Apollo); The Miracle Worker (Wyndham's) and Present Laughter (Gielgud).

Television credits include: Identity (ITV); Lewis (Granada Television); Endeavour (Mammoth Screen); Judge John Deed, Casualty, Diana and The Woman In White (BBC); Peak Practice (Central Independent Television); Deadly Game (Paramount Television); The Eye Of The  Beholder (CBS); Incident At Victoria Falls (Harmony Gold); Magic Moments (Arena Films); Some Other Spring (HTV); The Betrothed (RAI); Hold The Dream (Bradford Enterprises); In Like Flynn (20th Century Fox); Killer (Markowitz/Chesler Producing); A Dangerous Kind Of Love (BBC Bristol); A Woman Of Substance (Portman Artemis Productions) and The Brack Report (Thames Television).

Film credits include: Another Mother's Son, Zoe and Don't Go Breaking My Heart (BKL Films); The Guardian (Universal Pictures); A Chorus Of Disapproval (Palisades); Appointment With Death (Cannon); Sherlock Holmes – The Sign Of Four (Granada); Local Hero (Goldcrest Films); Miss Beatty's Children (NFDC); Tattoo (Hammer Films); To Hell And Back In Time For Breakfast (National Film and Television School) and A Shocking Accident (Flamingo Pictures – Oscar for Best Short).

Jenny is a trustee of the Born Free Foundation and Founding trustee of Mane Chance Sanctuary.