Tamsin Greig


Tamsin Greig is an award-winning actor of stage and screen. 

Theatre work includes: The Deep Blue Sea (Theatre Royal Bath); Peggy for You (Hampstead Theatre); Talking Heads Live: Nights in The Garden of Spain (Bridge Theatre); A Kind of Alaska/Landscape (Harold Pinter Theatre); Labour of Love (Noel Coward Theatre); Twelfth Night (National Theatre); iHo (Hampstead Theatre); Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (Playhouse Theatre); Jumpy (Royal Court); God of Carnage (Gielgud – Olivier Award for Best New Comedy); The Little Dog Laughed (West End); Much Ado About Nothing (RSC and Novello – Olivier & Critics Award for Best Actress); and Gethsemane (National Theatre).               

Television work includes: The Completely Made Up Adventures of Dick Turpin; Suspect; Sexy Beast; The Amazing Mr Blunden; Diary of Anne Frank; Alan Bennett's Talking Heads; Belgravia; Elementary; Diana and I; Inside No 9; The Guilty; White Heat; Episodes (BAFTA Best Comedy Performance nomination); Friday Night Dinner (BAFTA Best Comedy Performance nomination); Emma; Green Wing (Royal Television Society Award for Best Actress, BAFTA Best Comedy Performance nomination); and Black Books (British Comedy Award nomination for Best Actress).

Film work includes: Land of Legend; My Happy Ending; Official Secrets; Romeo and Juliet; Days of the Bagnold Summer; Tamara Drewe (Nominated BIFA Best Supporting Actress); The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel; Breaking the Bank; and Stop the World.