Kate Williams shoots Birds Of A Feather

Date - 9 September, 2014, All News Television
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Kate Williams shoots the role of Auntie Vera in the upcoming series of Birds Of A Feather.

Tracey and Sharon may be sisters, but they live very different lives. Tracey has a luxurious mansion with indoor swimming pool in leafy Essex, whilst Sharon resides in a grubby high-rise council flat in Edmonton. But when their husbands, Darryl and Chris, are convicted of armed robbery and sent to prison, the sisters are forced to live together. They become good – if not begrudging – friends with next-door-neighbour Dorien, whose hobby is cheating on her husband with much younger men. Together, Sharon and Tracey must face the dramas, tragedies, stresses and strains of keeping up with the world, without their husbands to support them.

The rebooted series sees Sharon, Tracey and Dorien all facing financial troubles. As a result, they’re all living together in Chigwell, along with Tracy’s sons Garth and Travis, plus Garth’s Australian girlfriend Marcie and her daughter Poppy.


Kate Williams is known by many for portraying the roles of Joan Booth in Love Thy Neighbour, and Aunty Vera in Birds of a Feather.

Kate played Liz Turner in EastEnders over 3 years. This reunited her with her Love Thy Neighbour co-Star Rudolph Walker.

She has worked extensively at the Royal Court Theatre and Theatre Royal Stratford East under the direction of Philip Hedley, Jane Howell and Caroline Hall.

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