" Sue McCormick continues to corner the market for parts that require a cuddly, funny actor who enjoys an instant connection with her audience."
THEATRE INCLUDES -
Royal Exchange, Manchester - Sister Temple in "Orpheus Descending", Mandy in "Everybody Loves a Winner", Audrey in "As You Like It", Maid/Nurse in "Venice Preserved", Sarah in "Bring Me Sunshine", Paula in "Still Time".
Northern Broadsides - Mrs Candour in "School for Scandal", Nurse in "Romeo and Juliet".
Hull Truck - Jan in "Ladies Day", Jan in "Ladies Down Under", Hilary in "The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband".
Dukes, Lancaster - Beth in "No Fat Juliets", Tucky in "Robin Hood", Sadie in "The Rise and Fall of Little Voice", Granny in "The Snow Queen", Doris in "The Ugly Duckling", Mother Superior/ Chaperone in "Cyrano de Bergerac, Lady Frances Cromarty in "Around the World in 80 Days".
Chipping Norton - Doris in " My Mother Said I never Should."
Library Theatre, Manchester - Mrs Fred/Mrs Fezziwig in "A Christmas Carol, Mum/Queen of the Djin in "Aladdin".
New Vic, Stoke - Rosie in "Love Me Slender".
Oldham Coliseum - Mrs Robson in "A Little Local Difficulty".
Plymouth Theatre Royal - Victoria Fosdyke in "The Fosdyke Saga".
Gawsworth Hall - Lady Plymdale in "Lady Windermere's Fan", Miss Erikson in "Present Laughter", Mrs Price-Ridley in "Murder at the Vicarage."
Theatre by the Lake, Keswick and Visiting Moon Productions - Ivana Vesovchikova in "The Mother".
Wolverhampton Grand - Madame Arcati in "Blithe Spirit".
Edinburgh Festival and on Tour - Edna St Vincent Millay in "Wild as the White Waves" - one woman show.
Marianne Elliott, Neil Bartlett, Amy Leach, Gareth Tudor-Price, Sara Frankcom, Barrie Rutter, Kevin Shaw, Greg Hersov, Annie Castledine, Nona Shepherd, Eileen Murphy, Joe Sumsion, Louie Ingham, John Terry.
TV / FILM / RADIO
Hollyoaks / Casualty / Where the Heart Is / Holby City / Coronation Street / Emmerdale
The Parole Officer
Several plays and features for BBC Radio
Shakespeare for BBC Learning online
Strong and confident singer - Two and a half octaves from E flat below C
The stand-out performance is Sue McCormick's wonderfully elaborate Madam Arcati.
Stand-out of the evening is Sue McCormick's big-hearted performance as Juliet's verbose, doting Nurse.
Sue McCormick's Rosie is heartbreaking.
"Sue McCormick, given the inevitable drunk scene, carries it off with rare panache." Yorkshire Post
Build : Large
Hair : Dark Brown
Eyes : Grey
Playing Age : 40 +
The performance of the night goes to Sue McCormick as Hilary whose mordant wit drew shrieks of recognition from the crowd.
The two-faced Mrs Candour - wonderfully performed by Sue McCormick.