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|West End acting credits include Decadence, The Trial, Metamorphosis, Hamlet, Greek, Coriolanus directed by Steven Berkoff. Too Clever By Half and A Flea in Her Ear directed by Richard Jones at the Old Vic. One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest (Manchester Royal Exchange), A Streetcar Named Desire (Sherman Theatre, Cardiff), Callas directed by Paul Kerryson (Oldham Coliseum). Suddenly Last Summer directed by Ralph Koltai (Nottingham Playhouse). For the Royal Shakespeare Company: The Virtuoso, Twelfth Night and The Theban Triology.
TV credits include Floodtide, The Avengers, The Queens Arms, The Fear, The Ruth Rendell Mysteries, The Green Man (with Albert Finney), Lovejoy, Love Hurts and Class Act. Lynda La Plantes series Shes Out, Silent Witness, Dalziel and Pascoe, Midsomer Murders, Chambers, LWT drama Family, Spooks and Jekyll.
Film credits include Big Zapper, Beckett, The Man Outside, Tamlyn, Manifesto, Mr Love, Wasp, The House of Mirth and Day of the Dead. Directing credits include Lunch by Steven Berkoff (Library Theatre, Manchester, Kings Head, New End, Young Vic, London), Zoo Story (New End Theatre, London), Gala Dali (Old Red Lion), A View From The Bridge and Madhouse In Goa (Oldham Coliseum), Metamorphosis (Contact Theatre, Manchester). Through The Leaves, The Artificial Jungle, Mensch Meier, A View From The Bridge and There Are Crimes And Crimes all at the Leicester Haymarket Theatre. Invade My Privacy (Riverside Studios, London). Harry's Christmas by Steven Berkoff, Odense, Denmark. High Brave Boy at the Edinburgh Festival 2003. The Invisible Monkey New End Theatre, Hampstead. Curry Tales and Shades of Brown- performed and written by Rani Moorthy. The Time Step by Matthew Hurt. She won the Manchester Evening News Award as best director in 1990.
Linda Marlowe worked with Steven Berkoff over a twenty-five year span as his leading lady in most of his plays, touring internationally and in Londons West End. Her association with him gave rise to her first solo show, Berkoffs Women, directed by Josie Lawrence. She then followed it on with four more solo shows Diatribe of Love, No Fear!, Mortal Ladies Possessed and Believe.
She has toured these shows nationally and internationally and won The What's On Stage, Peoples Choice Theatre Award as Best Actress in her solo show Berkoff's Women, seen in the West End at the Ambassadors Theatre, London in 2001. In her many television and film appearances she has been lucky to work with actors such as Richard Burton, Peter OToole, Albert Finney and Gillian Anderson. Linda was last seen on television with James Nesbitt in the six-part series for BBC, Jekyll. Soon to be seen in Foyles War.