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Overview (3)

Born in England, UK
Birth NameKatherine Jane Parkinson
Height 5' 6" (1.68 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Katherine Parkinson was born in 1978 in England as Katherine Jane Parkinson. She is an actress, known for Pirate Radio (2009), The IT Crowd (2006) and The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society (2018). She has been married to Harry Peacock since 2009. They have two children.

Spouse (1)

Harry Peacock (2009 - present) ( 2 children)

Trivia (8)

Studied Classics at Oxford University.
Trained on the two year post-grad course at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA), but left in her second year when she was offered a role in a professional play.
Gave birth to her 1st child at age 35, a daughter named Dora Peacock in May 2013. Child's father is her husband, Harry Peacock.
Gave birth to her 2nd child at age 36, a daughter named Gwendolyn Peacock in September 2014. Child's father is her husband, Harry Peacock.
Returned to work 6 weeks after giving birth to her daughter Gwendolyn in order to start filming on Humans (2015).
In December 2009 it became know that she had married her fiancé of 2 years Harry Peacock sometime earlier.
Was 5 months pregnant with her daughter Gwendolyn when she completed filming on the 1st series of In the Club (2014).
She was nominated for a 2019 Laurence Oliver Theatre Award for Best Actress for her performance as 'Judy' in West End play "Home, I'm Darling".

Personal Quotes (12)

People don't realise what a nice thing it is for an actor to go to a job where they know or like everybody, because you're so often having to do new beginnings, starting off on set with people you don't know, having to introduce yourself and make friends.
I did a lot of serious plays, and I did the Oxford Review as well, which is supposed to be funny, but I'm not sure how funny we were when we did it. Then, when I finished my course, it was only then that I decided to go to drama school and try and do acting because I was enjoying it so much and so on.
There are a few people who genuinely see the best in everyone.
I've become one of those women who thrusts her engagement finger out all the time.
I'm going to get myself one of those, um, movable computers - what do you call them... ? Laptops! I am bad. I still call my radio a wireless.
I admire any woman who does stand-up, but frankly I'd rather pull out my own eyelids.
'Family Guy' is relentlessly excellent.
Carol Burnett, who played Miss Hannigan in 'Annie', is as funny as it gets.
Because I'd done 30 plays or so at Oxford, I thought that I was an actress anyway because that's what I was doing!
Acting is about enhancing your life, not representing something that's missing.
You do develop a taste as an actress: Chekhov, Ayckbourn: it's the combination of comedy and human drama. I would never want to do anything without comedy.
When I was at school studying biology, I wanted to be a medical researcher. I did work experience at St Mary's Hospital in London, and I begged them to let me see the post mortems. So the first time I saw a naked male was at 15, when I saw an 89 year old man who had died of a brain hemorrhage.

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