Rhiannon Oliver films BBC Doctors

Date - 30 October, 2014, All News Television
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Rhiannon films a guest lead on BBC Doctors this week as Izzy Baldwin. Set in the fictional midlands town of Letherbridge, the series has been a BBC1 favourite since 2000, picking up a variety of different nominations and awards.

Doctors films in Birmingham and follows the lives of the staff and patients at the busy Mill Health Centre and Campus Surgery. The format of each episode typically sees the doctors and nurses of the practice meeting their patients, both at the surgeries and on house calls, dealing with their medical complaints alongside other continuing story lines.

The series is produced by BBC Birmingham, with the first episode broadcast on 27th March 2000. It was created by Chris Murray, developed by Mal Young and originally produced by Carson Black.

Overview

Rhiannon Oliver trained at RADA.

She is a regular performer at Shakespeare's Globe, the National Theatre and most recently at Theatre Royal Bath. TV credits include The Cafe for Sky/ JellyLegs, Torchwood for the BBC and most recently, Jamaica Inn also for the BBC.

Recent theatre credits include Avdotya in Children Of The Sun at the Lyttelton, National Theatre and Denise in the Globe Theatre tour of Eternal Love directed by John Dove.

She recently played the role of Catherine Hall in Doctor Scroggy's War at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, directed by John Dove.

She plays Sor Sebastian in The Heresy Of Love also for John Dove at Shakespeare's Globe.

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