Heather Craney


Trained: Central School of Speech and Drama

Theatre includes: Young Margret in Handbagged (Tricycle theatre), Kim in Pink (Tricycle theatre), Kerry in You Me and Wii (Tricycle theatre), Monique & Helen in Joe Guy (Soho Theatre), Annie in I Like Mine With A Kiss (Bush Theatre), Kitty in Sugar Mummies (Royal Court), Ego in Stoning Mary (Royal Court), Dolly Messiter in Still life (Liverpool Playhouse), Angela in Blue Remembered Hills (NT Studio), Lady Montague in Romeo and Juliet (New Vic Stoke), Margot in All That Trouble We Had (New Vic Stoke), Rebecca & Ruth in Passion Play (Donmar Theatre), Olwen in Dangerous Corner (Palace Theatre London), Retty in Tess Of The D’Urbervilles (JFK Rep Company).

Television includes: Nikki in Doctors (BBC), DCI Alice Prior in Line of Duty (World Productions for the BBC),Debs Barraclough in Doctors (BBC), Cheryl in Eastenders (BBC), Lucy in Holby City (BBC), Alison Weaver in Life of Riley (BBC), Emily Holroyd in Torchwood (BBC), Amy in Holby City (BBC), Sarah in In the Dark (IWC for channel 4), Nadine in Ahead of the Class (World prod), Kirsty in The Bill (Talkback Thames), Mandy in Silent witness (BBC).

Film includes: Galina in Child 44 (Summit Entertainment), Brenda in Mark of Cain (Red Productions), Joyce in Vera Drake (Thin Man Films, nominated for a BAFTA Actress in a supporting role), Taxi passenger in All or Nothing (Thin Man Films) and Violet Russell in Topsy Turvy (Thin Man Films).

Radio includes: Sally in Ambiguous Loss (BBC Radio 4), Roz in Recent Events at Collingwood House (BBC Radio 4), plays for the BBC Radio Drama Company include Madge in Time and the Conways (BBC Radio 3), Mary Rudge in Barnaby Rudge (BBC Radio 4), Luba Luft in Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (BBC Radio 4) and Gwynnie in Clayton Grange (Series 2, BBC Radio 4).