Maureen Carr

The Bairn
Theatre credits include: Still Game - Live at the Hydro (Phil McIntyre Entertainments); Cinderella (Glasgow Life); After The Cuts (Òran Mór); Uncle Varrick (Rapture); Men Should Weep (NTS); Six Black Candles (Goldfish Theatre Co); The Steamie (Laidlaw Productions); Educating Agnes (Theatre Babel); Reasons to Be Cheerful (7:84); A Happy Medium (tour); Dumbstruck, The Guid Sisters and Paddy’s Market (Tron Theatre); The Wishing Tree and Damaged Goods (Wiseguise Theatre Company); The Yellow on the Broom (Dundee Rep); Peter Pan (Mitchell Theatre); Danton’s Death, Jock Tamson’s Bairns and Antigone (Communicado Theatre Company); John Brown’s Body (Wildcat); several seasons at Perth Rep and Pitlochry Theatre; Lucy and the Christmas Tree (Borderline) and A Wee Touch O’ Class (Kings, Glasgow).

Television and film credits include: Scot Squad (Comedy Unit); Merlin (Shine TV); River City (BBC Scotland); Dear Green Place (Ef ngee); Sea of Souls, Balamory, Monarch of the Glen, Stacy Stone, Still Game, John Brown’s Body, Tinsel Town, Murder Rooms: the Dark Beginnings of Sherlock Holmes, Life Support, Ruf an Hearts and City Lights (BBC); Taggart (STV); Heart and Sole (Tiger Aspect); After Life (Gabriel Films); Overnight Express (Square Go Productions); American Cousins (American Cousins Ltd); Rock Face (Ultimate Pictures/BBC); One Life Stand (Elemental Films); Caesar No 5 (Hampden Films); Orphans and Riff-Raff (Parallax Pictures); Close (Short) and Mirror Mirror (Short).

Maureen is founder and artistic director of the Glasgow-based female comedy collective Witsherface.

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