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Caroline Quentin

United Kingdom

Age: 60
Known for
as Mrs. Bumble

in Dickensian
as Maddy Magellan

in Jonathan Creek
as Presenter

in The World's Most Extraordinary Homes
as Deirdre

in Dancing On The Edge
TV Series Starring Caroline Quentin
The World's Most Extraordinary Homes
BBC Two,

2017

| Documentary | ► Trailer
Rating: 5/5

Award-winning architect Piers Taylor and actress and property enthusiast Caroline Quentin (who previously presented Restoration Home for BBC Two) explore a range of incredible architect-designed houses in extreme locations around the world. Whether built into the side of a cliff, nestled in a forest, perched at the top of a mountain or under the earth, these are homes that connect to their environment in a spectacular way. Each episode of the 4x60' series is themed according to the houses' environments: Coast, Forest, Mountain and Underground, with Caroline and Piers travelling to locations ranging from North America, Australasia and Europe. To explore how these dramatic designs function as both works of architecture and as real houses, they stay overnight, eat meals and spend time in the homes. Piers and Caroline are a new and entertaining pairing of a property expert and an architect, both bringing their own expertise, humour and experience as they meet some of the owners and architects of these incredible buildings.


Dickensian
BBC One,

2015

| Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 5/5

Dickensian intertwines the realm of fictional characters in Charles Dickens' novels in half-hour episodes, including Scrooge, Fagin and Miss Havisham, as their lives intertwine in 19th century London. The Old Curiosity Shop sits next door to The Three Cripples Pub, while Fagin's Den is hidden down a murky alley off a bustling Victorian street.


Dancing On The Edge
BBC Three,

2013

| Drama, Music, History
Rating: 1/5

The series is set during the early 1930s and follows the fortunes of a black jazz band in London during times of extraordinary change.


Big Bad World (2013)

Big Bad World is about what happens when you wait for life to begin. Ben (Blake Harrison) has just graduated and the world should be his oyster, but he quickly finds himself back in his hometown and nursing his as-yet unformulated dreams. He's also back to hanging out with the same old gang; too-smart-for-her-own-good charity mugger Beth, guitar-obsessive bedsit-philosopher Eggman and University-refuser and unashamed year-round-wearer-of-shorts-and-flip-flops Oakley. If it wasn't for the frequent overdraft charges, and the renewed proximity of parents Jan and Neil, Ben might almost believe the last three years of his life never happened.


Switch (UK)
ITV2,

2012

| Comedy, Drama, Horror/Supernatural, Lifestyle
Rating: 1/5

Switch is a comedy drama series featuring the fortunes of a small coven of witches who live in Camden. Stella, Jude and Hannah are best friends who are attempting to forge new friendships, negotiating love lives and following career paths.


Restoration Home - One Year On

The team return to the crumbling historic buildings being saved from ruin and transformed into 21st-century dream houses.


Restoration Home

The six episodes feature historic buildings that have been saved from a state of dereliction by their new owners. The show is presented by Caroline Quentin who has a great interest and history of the restoration of old buildings, with the help of architectural expert Kieran Long, and social historian Dr Kate.


Life of Riley

This six-part sitcom delves into the hectic lives of the modern day extended family.


Blue Murder (UK)
ITV,

2003

| Drama
Rating: 4/5

Set in the north of England in Manchester, this series focuses on DCI Janine Lewis (Caroline Quentin) as she tries to juggle the responsibilities of her job with being there for her four children. And to make matters worse, her ex-husband Pete and his girlfriend Tina are trying to create the perfect family with Janine's children while she tries to get results at work, interfering with the time that she can spend with the kids. At work Lewis is helped by her all male colleagues DI Richard Mayne (Ian Kelsey), DS Butchers (Paul Loughran) and DS Shap (Nicholas Murchie). Her work mates don't make things easy for Janine, often bending the rules to get results, leaving her to cover for them.


Jonathan Creek
BBC One,

1997

| Crime, Mystery | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.5/5

While writing a piece about the death of a prominent artist, investigative journalist Madeline Magellan enlists the help of Jonathan Creek, a man who makes a living inventing tricks for magician Adam Klaus, and who has a brilliantly lateral mind.


Men Behaving Badly
BBC One,

1992

| Comedy

Gary needs a lodger to help pay the mortgage on his flat. Unfortunately, neither of his lodgers seems to be able (or willing) to pay any rent at all! First there's Dermot and then Tony. Both of these fall for Deborah, who owns the flat upstairs, but get nowhere. Gary also has thoughts