Sue Perkins

Birthday:

09/22/1969

Place of birth:

East Dulwich, London, England, UK:


Film Credits

Last Christmas (2019)
as Ice Show Director
How to Build a Girl (2019)
as Emily Bronte
Kolkata with Sue Perkins (2015)
as Herself - Presenter
Climbed Every Mountain: The Story Behind the Sound of Music (2012)
as Herself - Presenter
Mrs Dickens' Family Christmas (2011)
as Herself - Presenter
Revealing Anne Lister (2010)
as Herself
Fisted (1996)
as Herself
Mrs Dickens' Family Christmas ()
as Herself

TV Series Credits

Japan with Sue Perkins (2019)
as Herself - Presenter
The Big Narstie Show (2018)
as Herself
The Horne Section Television Programme (2018)
as
The Ganges with Sue Perkins (2017)
as
Let's Sing and Dance for Comic Relief (2017)
as Herself - Presenter
The Big Spell (2017)
as Herself - Host
Insert Name Here (2016)
as Host
The Mekong River with Sue Perkins (2014)
as Herself - Presenter
Inside No. 9 (2014)
as Uncredited, 'The One Show' footage
Heading Out (2013)
as Sara
The Last Leg (2013)
as Herself
The Great Comic Relief Bake Off (2013)
as Herself - Presenter
The Great Sport Relief Bake Off (2012)
as Herself - Presenter
All Roads Lead Home (2011)
as Herself
World's Most Dangerous Roads (2011)
as
Thronecast (2011)
as Herself - Presenter
Game of Thrones (2011)
as Narrator
Giles And Sue Live The Good Life (2010)
as Herself - Presenter
The Great British Bake Off (2010)
as
A Band for Britain (2010)
as
Maestro (2008)
as
What the Dickens (2008)
as
The Supersizers... (2008)
as Presenter
The Alan Titchmarsh Show (2007)
as
Have I Got a Bit More News for You (2007)
as Herself - Presenter
The Graham Norton Show (2007)
as Herself
The One Show (2006)
as
Mock the Week (2005)
as Herself
8 out of 10 Cats (2005)
as Herself
QI (2003)
as Herself - Panellist
QI (2003)
as
The Terry and Gaby Show (2003)
as
Dinotopia (2002)
as
V Graham Norton (2002)
as
RI:SE (2002)
as
Richard & Judy (2001)
as
Big Brother's Little Brother (2001)
as
Celebrity Big Brother (2001)
as Herself
Casting Couch (1999)
as
Late Lunch (1998)
as
Light Lunch (1997)
as
Room 101 (1994)
as
Casualty (1986)
as Dr. Lloyd
Countdown (1982)
as
Comedy Map of Britain ()
as