Claire Skinner

About Claire Skinner

Claire Skinner is an Olivier Award nominated actress best known for playing Sue Brockman in the BBC series Outnumbered.  

Claire will appear alongside Toby Stephens and Patricia Hodge in Peter Nichols’ bitter-sweet play A Day In The Death Of Joe Egg at Trafalgar Studios.

Skinner most recently appeared on stage in London in Barney Norris’s play Nightfall at the Bridge Theatre,  Rabbit Hole and Prism both at Hampstead Theatre and in the critically acclaimed production of Florian Zeller’s play The Father at the Royal Theatre Bath and Wyndham’s Theatre.

Claire Skinner’s previous theatre and tv roles

Claire Skinner’s many theatre roles include, Deathtrap at the Noel Coward Theatre and The Winter’s Tale, Othello, Blurred Lines and Mrs Affleck at the National Theatre.

Her accolades include a Critic’s Circle Award and an Olivier Award nomination for her performance in the Donmar Warehouse’s The Glass Menagerie and nominations for a Best Comedy Performance and Best TV Comedy Actress at the BAFTAs and British Comedy Awards respectively for her role on Outnumbered.

Claire’s tv credits include Next Of Kin, Inside No.9, Power Monkeys, Critical, Playhouse Presents: Mr Understood, Silk and Doctor Who.

A Day In The Death Of Joe Egg tickets are now available

A Day In The Death Of Joe Egg is booking from 21 September 2019 until 31 November 2019 at Trafalgar Studio 1, London.

📷 Main photo: Claire Skinner (Becca) in Rabbit Hole at Hampstead Theatre. Photo: Manuel Harlan

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