Sue Holderness

Pamela Willey

Theatre credits include: Mrs Warren’s Profession (UK Tour), the highly acclaimed one-woman play Our Kid (King’s Head Theatre), The Vagina Monologues (Gaiety Theatre), Whingeing Women (Theatre Royal Windsor), Less Than Kind (Planet Theatre Productions), Calendar Girls (UK Tour), The Female Odd Couple (Apollo Theatre), The Vagina Monologues (Mark Goucher Ltd.), Bare Necessities (UK Tour), You Must Be The Husband (UK Tour), The Male of the Species (Piccadilly Theatre), An Inspector Calls (UK Tour), Why Not Stay For Breakfast (Apollo Theatre and UK Tour), How The Other Half Loves (Theatre Royal Windsor and UK Tour), Season’s Greetings (Theatre Royal Windsor and Harrogate Theatre), Time and Time Again (UK Tour), Relatively Speaking (Eastbourne and Windsor) and Hay Fever (UK Tour).

Films credits include: That’ll Be The Day, It Could Happen To You, Lime Street, Meat Draw, Color Blind, and Out of Sight

Television credits include: Only Fools and Horses, The Green Green Grass, The Sandbaggers, It Takes a Worried Man, The Brief, End of Part One, Dear John, The Cleopatras, Fly into Danger, Tightrope, Revelations, True Crimes, Heartbeat, Cold Feet, Minder, Bless This House, The New Avengers, Thriller, Sob Sisters, Growing Pains, Doctors, Murder in Suburbia, Celebrity Antiques Road Trip! and Casualty

Sue Holderness is best known for her role as Marlene in John Sullivan's Only Fools and Horses, which she played from 1984 until the final episode in 2003, and then co-starred with John Challis in four series of the spin-off The Green, Green Grass which ran from 2005 - 2009. Sue has toured in different plays through India, Sweden, The Middle and Far East and Barbados. Sue regularly performs in pantomime, which she loves, (usually being wicked!), and is delighted to be a frequent guest speaker on P&O cruise ships.