Angela McHale

Angela McHale

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Angela McHale
Born 1972 (age 45–46)
London, England, UK
Occupation Actress, comedian
Years active 2001–present

Angela McHale (born 1972 in London, England) is an English actress and comedian, particularly well known for her variety of British television roles including roles in Not Going Out,[1] The Catherine Tate Show and Grange Hill.


McHale went to a convent school for girls in London and St Benedict’s School, Ealing for 6th form. On her release, she went to Warwick University[2] to read Politics and discovered her vocation. She then went on to study drama at the Drama Studio London. Her work with comedians Catherine Tate and Lee Mack[3] has singled her out as one of the most gifted comic actresses at work today.[citation needed]

She then later guest starred in close friends’ Tate and Mack’s TV shows, The Catherine Tate Show (all 3 series) and Not Going Out. She has appeared in the latter four times, each time playing a different guest role. She has also been in Miranda (written by and starring Miranda Hart) and latterly ‘The Bill‘.


Year Film Role Notes
2001 Grange Hill PC Wendy Gibbon Television debut
Murder in Mind DS Harrison Motive
2003 Casualty Sue Christmas Spirit
2005 Bad Girls Nurse Season 7, Episode 7
2006 EastEnders Midwife
The Catherine Tate Show Various
2006 Corpse Lydia
2007 Angelo Angela Season 1, Episode Four
2009 Doctors Rebecca Fisher O True Apothecary
Not Going Out Clown instructor
Lola Hale
Sat nav
Serious (Series 1, Episode 1)
Amy (Series 3, Episode 3)
Donor (Series 7, Episode 3)
Car (Series 8, Episode 3)
2011 Coronation Street Christine

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