Jane Horrocks is a Golden Globe, Olivier Award and BAFTA nominated stage and screen actress.
She is widely recognised for her performances in Absolutely Fabulous, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice and its screen adaptation Little Voice, The Witches and Sunshine on Leith.
Jane will star alongside Alan Cumming, Daniel Radcliffe and Karl Johnson in Endgame, a macabre comedy written by Samuel Beckett and directed by Richard Jones.
Jane Horrocks’ previous theatre roles
Jane’s numerous stage credits include: King Lear (The Old Vic); The Room/Family Voices, Absurd Person Singular, Sweet Panic (West End); East is East (West End/tour); The Rise And Fall of Little Voice (National Theatre/West End); Cabaret (Donmar); Instructions for Correct Assembly, Aunt Dan and Lemon, Road (Royal Court); If You Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Annie Get Your Gun, The Good Soul of Szechuan (Young Vic); Cotton Panic (Manchester International Festival).
Jane Horrocks’ film & tv roles
Her TV work includes The Singapore Grip, Trollied (Series 1-3 and Christmas Special 2013); The Cruise, Little Crackers, This is Jinsy, Coming Up: A Kind of Magic; Gracie, The Amazing Mrs Pritchard, The Street, Mirrorball, Absolutely Fabulous, Linda Green (all BBC); Jericho and The Road to Coronation Street (ITV); and Never Mind the Horrocks (Hat Trick Productions).
Film credits include Sunshine on Leith, Corpse Bride (directed by Tim Burton), Chicken Run, Little Voice, Life is Sweet, Memphis Belle, The Witches, The Wolves of Willoughby Chase and The Dress Maker.
Endgame will run from 1 February 2020 until 28 March 2020 at the Old Vic Theatre, London.