CAROLINE STRONG is a British actress now based in Scotland, with thirty years experience in Theatre, Television and Radio. A versatile character actress, she is best known for series regulars such as Margaret in ITV's wartime drama series ISLAND AT WAR, Margaret-Anne in the BBC comedy series THIN ICE and Mel Doland in YTV's EMMERDALE.
She has also played numerous guest leads and featured roles in popular returning dramas including; MOVING ON, MONROE, WIRE IN THE BLOOD, VINCENT, CLOCKING OFF, HOLBY CITY, WATERLOO ROAD, HOLLYOAKS, HEARTBEAT, CORONATION STREET and DOCTORS as well as single dramas and drama premieres such as PRIME SUSPECT, MY FRAGILE HEART, TRUST and REVERSALS. She also has numerous comedy credits such as SIRENS, AT HOME WITH THE BRAITHWAITES, I'M WITH STUPID, KEEPING UP APPEARANCES, NO JOB FOR A LADY, THE UPPER HAND and DROP THE DEAD DONKEY.
Her theatre credits include seasons at The Royal National Theatre (Olivier), The Library Theatre, Manchester and The Liverpool Playhouse. She was a member of the BBC Radio Drama Company at Broadcasting House with numerous lead credits. Most notably she played Georgy in the six part serialisation of Margaret Forster's, GEORGY GIRL, for which she was nominated for a Radio Times Award. Most recently she played the lead role of Myra Savage in the new adaptation of Mark McShane's harrowing thriller SEANCE ON A WET AFTERNOON opposite Robert Glenister. The play was produced in Scotland by Bruce Young for BBC Radio 4.
Caroline directs, writes, narrates and co-produces for the independent film company MOUSEHOLE FILMS with Ade Bean. Documentary feaure The Village on the Loch marks her directing debut and has alreadty picked up a number of awards on it's festival journey so far!
For a complete guide to more than forty programme credits and over one hundred episodes listings check out her IMDb page - Caroline Strong.
For more information about Mousehole Films and Ade Bean click on the links: mouseholefilms.co.uk