Sue Devaney


Theatre: Dot and Mrs Lord in Housewife 49 (The Old Laundry Theatre); Janice Spendlove in Fetish Knights (Lowry Theatre, Salford Quays); Mari in The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (Octagon Theatre, Bolton); Fairy Fanny Bobbins in Cinderella (The Lyceum, Sheffield); Pertula Gordino in Dinnerladies (No 1 UK tour); Gina in The Pretender Agenda (The New Players, London); Helen in Haunted (The Arts Theatre, London); Carabosse in Sleeping Beauty; Suzie in Wake Up Little Suzie; Molly in Good Golly Miss Molly (The Coliseum Theatre, Oldham); Genie in Aladdin (The Opera House, Manchester); Karen in The Land of The Living (The Royal Court, London); Jacinta in The Doctor of Honour (Cheek By Jowl tour); Gaoler's Daughter in Wind in The Willows (National Theatre, London); Moth in Loves Labours Lost (The Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester); Ruby Birtle in When We Are Married (Whitehall Theatre, London); Mavis in Stepping Out; Carol in Postcards from Rome (The West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds); Mary in How The Other Half Loves; Polly in Beggars Opera (Octagon Theatre, Bolton); Vera in It's a Madhouse; Sybil in Me Mam Sez (Nottingham Playhouse); Sandra in Breezeblock Park (Theatre Royal, Windsor); Peter Pan in Peter Pan (Lyceum Theatre, Crewe); Serena in Girls Behind (No 1 UK Tour).

Television: River City (BBC); Great Night Out (Hat Trick); Emmerdale (ITV); Lapland (BBC); Shameless (Channel 4); Dinnerladies; Casualty; Doctors; Being April; The Mystery of Men; Common as Muck; Jonny Briggs; Mrs Bradley's Mysteries; When We are Married (BBC); The Real Eddy English (Channel 4); The Royal; Heartbeat; Strictly Confidential; The Bill; Coronation Street; Mrs Worthington's Daughter; The Index has Gone Fishing (ITV); Spatz (Thames Television)

Radio: Numerous radio plays and voice-overs, including CBBC's children's animated cartoon Harry and Toto.

She is a comedy writer/performer and is one half of the double act Mave and Maureen. She also has a singing comedy act called Double Bubble.