Suzanne Shaw

Suzanne Shaw

Suzanne’s first professional TV role was at the age of 12 in the BBC children’s drama Elidor. After then she appeared in countless television roles including an Esso advert, Holby City and City Central.

Her big break came in 2001 with the ITV show ‘Popstars’, which launched newly-formed pop band, Hear’say. Their single debut was the fastest selling non-charitable record in UK chart history, selling over 1.3 million copies. They went on to have 2 number one records and 4 top 10 hits. They had their own Saturday night TV show ‘Hear’say It’s Saturday’, performed at the Royal Variety with Elton John, and had their own hit UK tour.

Since the band split in 2003, Suzanne moved back into musical theatre, plays and television. Theatre credits include: ‘Roxie Hart’ in the West End cast of Chicago in which she was nominated for ‘best takeover in a role’ in the theatre-goers’ choice awards, 2009; leading lady ‘Bobby’ in the remake of Summer Holiday, on tour and London’s West End; narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat in the New London Theatre, West End; leading lady ‘Janet’ in The Rocky Horror Show, national theatre tour and the West End; lead role ‘Judy’ in White Christmas; UK tour of Vagina Monologues; leading lady ‘Irene’ in Bill Kenwright’s production of Funny Peculiar, national tour; lead role ‘Geraldine’ in the brand new play, Baggage, at the Arts Theatre, London; title role in Snow White, Milton Keynes; title role in Cinderella, Manchester and Bristol; Genie in Aladdin, Richmond.

Television credits include: guest role in The Bill; regular in Emmerdale as Eve Jensen; new TV series pilot ‘Five-a-side’ as Tara.

Suzanne appeared in ITV’s hit show ‘Dancing on Ice’ in 2008, going on to win the series, and recently returned to the 2014 ‘Allstars Dancing on Ice’ final series. With Dancing on Ice, she also completed 3 national arena tours.

Presenting credits include: ‘Loose Women’ panellist, ‘Bingo Lotto’ alongside Joe Pasquale, and Suzanne is currently part of the ‘This Morning’ competition team.

Brand work includes: Kellogg’s, Tesco Mobile, Kingsmill and Asda’s George, lingerie range.

Creative producer credits include: UK tour of ‘Professionals on Ice’ 2013; Suzanne created, wrote and produced TV pilot, ‘The Cast’; Suzanne is part of the creative team for ‘Eugenius – The Musical’, to be launched in 2015.

Suzanne is about to appear at the King’s Head, Islington, playing the part of Christine, in ‘About Miss Julie’.