Her credits at Glasgow's Citizens Theatre include: Sue in "Summer Lightning" based on the novel by 'PG Wodehouse', Schnizlter's "La Ronde" (1994), Marie in "The Soldiers" by Jacob Lenz, and Ophelia in "The Marowitz Hamlet" by Charles Marowitz
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People are really stupid. They think you're serious and intelligent if you're a brunette with a pale complexion and a bit of hooked nose. If you're blonde and pretty, they don't give you that sort of part. It's short-sighted and stupid, but that's how it goes.
Although her Cold Feet
(1997) character Rachel was the last of the three female leads to become a mother, Baxendale was actually the first to become a mother in real life. She had her first child in 1998, whilst Fay Ripley
had her first in 2002 and Hermione Norris
had her first in 2004.