Catherine Steadman

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Catherine Steadman
BornEngland, UK
Years active2006-present
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Catherine Steadman
BornEngland, UK
Years active2006-present

Catherine Steadman is an English actress, best known for playing Joan Bulmer, best friend/betrayer of Catherine Howard in the final season of The Tudors.



Steadman made her screen debut in 2006 playing Julia Bertram in Company Pictures' Mansfield Park.[1] She has since appeared in several tv programs including The Tudors, The Inbetweeners, An Old Fashioned Christmas [2], Holby City, Law & Order: UK, Missing, and Lewis.

On stage she played Izzy in the original production of Polly Stenham's play That Face at the Royal Court Theatre for which she was praised by critics.[3] She also reprised the role in the West End transfer. The cast of the play was nominated for the 2008 Laurence Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement or Performance in an Affiliate Theatre.[4]

Catherine can be seen in the films Dust, Princess Kaiulani, Salmon Fishing in the Yemen , Outpost Black Sun[5] and the forthcoming About Time.

Steadman features in O2's advertising campaign 'Things Are Changing' 2012.

She trained at the Oxford School of Drama.[6]


Film & Television
2006Mansfield ParkJulia BertramITV Drama
2007Hippie Hippie ShakePetraWorking Title Films
Holby CityAnna RichardsBBC (3 Episodes)
2008Princess KaiulaniMiss BarnesMatador Films
The InbetweenersDaisyE4 (Episode: The Duke of Edinburgh Awards)
The TudorsJoan BulmerSeason 4
MissingHelen HarperBBC
Law & Order: UKJoanne EllisITV (Episode: Defence)
2010An Old Fashioned ChristmasMatilda BassettHallmark USA
Salmon Fishing in the YemenAshleyBBC Films
2011Outpost 2: Black SunLenaLionsgate
Clock Opera Once & For AllWomanMusic Video
2012LewisPolly BeattyITV (Episode 7.1 & 7.2)
About TimeTinaWorking Title Films (post-production)

External links


  1. ^ Characters - Mansfield Park
  2. ^ Hallmark
  3. ^ One of the most thrilling debuts for decades (The Telegraph)
  4. ^ Olivier Awards 2008 (The Guardian)
  5. ^ [1]
  6. ^ Oxford Drama