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Kate O'Mara
Kate O'Mara

Interview: Kate O'Mara

Kate O'Mara talks about her latest role in September Tide, and her illustrious career in theatre, TV and film.

Actress Kate O'Mara has a television career that spans five decades and includes such classic series as The Brothers, Howards' Way, Dynasty, Dr Who, Triangle, Bad Girls, Absolutely Fabulous and Family Affairs.

She comes from a theatrical family, and it would appear her heart lies on the stage having done 75% theatre.  She's done all the classics with Shakespeare coming out of her ears as well as a lot of modern drama.

The acclaimed actor, director and writer is in September Tide at the Civic Theatre, Chelmsford until Saturday, 10, February.  They're three weeks into the run - and are enjoying it.

Kate is joined by an all star cast including David Griffin (Keeping Up Appearances), Kim Tiddy (The Bill's Honey Harman) and Edward Baker-Duly (Emmerdale and Grange Hill) in a play adapted from the novel by Daphne Du Maurier.

Kate came in to the BBC Essex's afternoon programme to chat to Steve Scruton about her life.

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