Hounslow, London, England, UK
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The IT Crowd, Doc Martin
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Katherine Parkinson (born March 9th, 1978) in England) is an English actress, known for playing the part of Jen Barber in the Channel 4 comedu series The IT Crowd and for her role as Practice Receptionist Pauline Lamb in Doc Martin.
Parkinson studied Tiffin` Girls` School in Kingston upon Thames, London and then read Classicsat St. Hilda`s College, Oxford before moving to the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art where she met Chris O`Dowd, fellow The IT Crowd lead, for the first time. Both she and O`Dowd left LAMDA without completing their studies after becoming disillusioned with the prevailing ethos there.
During her studies she left the course to star in the play The Age of Consent. Her subsequent career has seen her star alongside British actors such as Martin Clunes and Julie Walters. In 2007, she appeared in a new translation of Chekhov`s The Seagull at the Royal Court in London, alongside Kristin Scott Thomas and Mackenzie Crook.
She recently contributed sketch characters to Katy Brand`s ITV2 show, having been friends with Brand since Oxford. She has also appeared several times on BBC Radio 4, including on Talking and Not Talking, Mouth Trap, agai with Brand, and in The Odd Half Hour.
She also stars in a television advertiserment for Maltesers alongside fellow actress and comedienne Amanda Abbington. Her mother teaches English at James Allen`s Girls` School. On New Year`s Day 2009 she appeared in a feature-length episode of Jonathan Creek, called The Grinning Man, which was broadcast in the UK.
In 2007, Parkinson announced her engagement for fellow comedian Harry Peacock.
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St Hilda's College, Oxford for English
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Laura Katherine Parkinson
Katherine Jane Parkinson (born 9 March 1978) is an English actress.
Tiffin Girls' School
London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art
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Curtis Brown Group Ltd (London)
TV advertisements for Kit-Kat (2014), (2006-2010) TV commercials for Maltesers chocolates, (January 2012) TV commercial for Maltesers Chocolates, UK., (2010) Voice-over for Herbal Essences
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==Katherine Jane Parkinson== (born 9 March 1978) is an English actress. She has appeared in several comedy series, including as [[Jen Barber]] in Channel 4's [[The IT Crowd]], for which she received a [[British Comedy Best TV Actress Award]] in 2009 and a [[BAFTA TV Award]] in 2014 (having received a nomination in 2011).
====She was also a main cast member==== of the series [[Doc Martin]] for three seasons, and performed the voice-overs for the games [[Worms Clan Wars]] and [[Worms Battlegrounds]]. She co-starred in [[Series 1]] [[& 2]] of [[Humans]], a science-fiction drama on AMC/Channel 4, which premiered in June 2015.
===Early life=== ====Parkinson was born in Hounslow, London,==== to an English mother and Northern Irish father, the historian Alan Parkinson. She grew up in Tolworth and Surbiton, and studied at Tiffin Girls' School before going on to read classics at St Hilda's College, Oxford. She then studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art where she met Chris O'Dowd, later to be her co-star in The IT Crowd. She left her course to star in the play The Age of Consent. At the conclusion of the run, she was nominated for the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art Award (LAMDAA).
===Career=== ====Between 2005 and 2009==== Parkinson played Pauline Lamb, the doctor's receptionist – and later phlebotomist – in series 2–4 of the long-running ITV comedy-drama series Doc Martin, based on the 2000 film Saving Grace.
====While working on Doc Martin,==== she was asked by her college friend Chris O'Dowd to audition for the comedy series The IT Crowd as the show was having trouble casting a female lead. In an interview with The Independent, Parkinson said that show creator Graham Linehan originally wanted Jen to be "likeable" but "I know what he wanted now – he wanted her to be the more normal person people could relate to." Although she would act as the straight woman to the two guys, her klutziness was well received by the audience. She had straight hair for the role, in contrast to her curly hair from Doc Martin.
In 2007, she appeared in a new production of Chekhov's The Seagull at London's Royal Court Theatre, alongside Kristin Scott Thomas and Mackenzie Crook.
====On New Year's Day 2009==== in the UK, she appeared in a feature-length episode of Jonathan Creek entitled "The Grinning Man". She also contributed sketch characters to Katy Brand's ITV2 show, having been friends with Brand since their time at university. At the end of 2009 she appeared in the play Cock at the Royal Court Theatre.
====She has performed==== several times on BBC Radio 4, including on Laura Solon: Talking and Not Talking, Mouth Trap, again with Katy Brand, and in The Odd Half Hour. She also starred in television advertisements for Maltesers alongside fellow actress and comedian Amanda Abbington, and provided her voice for a Herbal Essences shampoo advertising campaign in 2010.
====Parkinson played Sophie,==== one of the lead roles along with Mark Heap (Bob Stevens), in BBC Four's three-part comedy series The Great Outdoors, which followed the hikes, heartaches, friendships and rivalries of a misfit rambling club, first aired on 28 July 2010. In 2010–2011 she appeared in Season's Greetings at the National Theatre and in 2011 as Lady Teazle in The School for Scandal (directed by Deborah Warner) at the Barbican Centre.
====Parkinson starred in==== The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff, a four-part BBC comedy series which premiered on BBC Two on 19 December 2011. Parkinson next appeared in series 2 episode 3 of Sherlock, "The Reichenbach Fall", as journalist Kitty Riley in January 2012.
====In 2013,==== she filmed The Honourable Woman for the BBC and SundanceTV.
====In 2014,==== she co-starred in TV advertisements for Kit-Kat.
====In 2015==== Parkinson starred in the BBC One TV comedy series The Kennedys, written by Emma Kennedy about growing up on a Stevenage New Town estate in the 1970s. She also played one of the lead roles as Laura Hawkins in the British-American science fiction series Humans broadcast on Channel 4 and AMC between 14 June and 2 August 2015.
===Personal life=== Parkinson is married to actor Harry Peacock.
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