Sue Devaney

Actor profile

Octagon Theatre Bolton: A Taste of Honey (Sue’s first professional theatre job), How The Other Half Loves, Beggars Opera, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, The Threepenny Opera.

Theatre includes: When We are Married (Northern Broadsides); Our Gracie (Oldham Coliseum Theatre and New Vic Theatre Stoke); Mamma Mia (International Tour); Housewife 49 (The Old Laundry Theatre Windermere); Fetish Knights (Lowry Theatre, Salford Quays); Dinnerladies
(UK number one tour); The Pretender Agenda (The New Players London); Haunted (The Arts Theatre London); Sleeping Beauty, Wake Up Little Suzie and Good Golly Miss Molly (The Coliseum Theatre Oldham) The Land of The Living (The Royal Court Theatre London); The Doctor of Honour (Cheek By Jowl tour); Wind in the Willows (National Theatre); Loves Labours Lost (The Royal Exchange Theatre Manchester); When We Are Married (The Whitehall Theatre London); Stepping Out, Postcards from Rome (West Yorkshire Playhouse Leeds); It’s a Madhouse, Me Mam Sez (Nottingham Playhouse); Breezeblock Park (Theatre Royal Windsor); Peter Pan (Lyceum Theatre Crewe); Girls Behind (UK number one tour).

Television includes: RiverCity, Great Night Out, Emmerdale, Lapland, Shameless, Dinnerladies, Casualty, Doctors, Being April, The Mystery of Men, Common as Muck, Jonny Briggs, Mrs Bradley’s Mysteries, When We are Married, The Real Eddy English, The Royal, Heartbeat, Strictly Confidential, The Bill, Coronation Street, Mrs Worthington’s Daughter, The Index Has Gone Fishing.

Other: Sue has done many 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 - they are very big in Meltham! For more details email