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Film – The Arbiter (Meteorit Films); The Licks (Noel Clarke) Heterosexuality (Channel 4 Films); Jam (Jam Productions); S.P.A.G (Molten Rock Productions).
Television – Helen has appeared as a regular in Brookside; Court Room (Mersey TV); The Hello Girls; Hangar 17 (BBC); Meterosexuality (Channel 4) and Family Affairs (Channel 5).
Other credits include, Last Tango in Halifax; Silent Witness; Holby City; Casualty; Doctors; Dalziel and Pascoe (BBC); Coronation Street (Granada); The Bill (Thames Talk Back) and Where the Heart Is (YTV). She played recurring character, Mrs Wigan in 3 seasons of Downton Abbey.
Theatre – CBS Judy in Through the Mill at Southwark Playhouse and London Theatre Workshop; Mistress Quickly in Merry Wives and Goneril in King Lear for Northern Broadsides, directed by Sir Jonathan Miller; In the Jungle of the Cities (Arcola); Good to Firm (Talking Scarlett); Quasimodo ( Kings Head Theatre); Vieux Carre (Charing Cross Theatre); Mari Hoff in The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (Hull Truck and UK Tour); One Night in November (Belgrade, Coventry); A Christmas Carol (Maxim Theatre, Stockholm) A Taste of Honey (Salisbury Playhouse); Queen Margaret in The Wars of the Roses trilogy (West Yorkshire Playhouse/Northern Broadsides UK Tour); Gutted (Tristan Bates Theatre); Macbeth; Twelfth Night; A Midsummer Night’s Dream all for Northern Broadsides; A Taste of Honey; Marat/Sade; Flare Path (Bristol Old Vic); Sally Bowles in Cabaret (Live Theatre, Newcastle); Little Voice in the Regional Premiere and first UK Tour of The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (Bristol Old Vic); Foreign Lands (Wolsey, Ipswich); Twelfth Night (Orange Tree, Richmond); Confetti (Oval House/Chelsea Theatre), The Magic Box (BAC); Satyricon (Opera Factory); The Fifteen Streets (York Theatre Royal/UK Tour); Three Sisters; Julius Caesar; The Churchill Play; Divine Gossip; The Will (RSC); Stop the World I Want to Get Off (Kent Rep); The Tempest; St Joan (Sir Anthony Quayle’s Compass Theatre/UK Tour); Hair (European Tour).
Radio – Book at Bedtime; Poetry Please; Waving Not Drowning; The Night House all for BBC Radio 4.