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Caroline Quentin 28 Sep 2007
Michael Mears as Neil Hamilton and Caroline Quentin as Christine Hamilton in Life After Scandal by Robin Soans. Photograph by Manuel Harlan
Back on stage after ten years, and playing Christine Hamilton, wife of disgraced former MP Neil.

Caroline Quentin is one of Britain’s most successful television actresses, pulling in millions of viewers in hit programmes like Men Behaving Badly, JonathanCreek and Blue Murder. She also has a long and varied stage career behind her including The Seagull, Les Miserables and An Evening with Gary Lineker. After ten years away from the stage, she is playing the role of Christine Hamilton in a new play, Life After Scandal, based on interviews with several high-profile individuals whose lives have been turned upside down by controversy, either of their own making or created by others. In a rare interviews she talks to Jane Little about the play and her career.
Life After Scandal is on at the Hampstead Theatre, London until October 20th 2007 and the Drum Theatre, Plymouth - 24 October - 10 November 2007.

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