Denise Coffey

Denise Coffey

actress, writer, soundtrack

Denise Coffey was born on Dec 12, 1936 in UK. Denise Coffey's big-screen debut came with A French Mistress directed by Roy Boulting in 1960. Denise Coffey is known for The Tomorrow People directed by Ron Oliver, Kristian Schmid stars as Adam and Christian Tessier as Megabyte. The most recent award Denise Coffey achieved is Clarence Derwent Awards. The upcoming new movie Denise Coffey plays is Saving Grace which will be released on Sep 01, 2000.

Denise trained at the College of Dramatic Art and the Royal Scottish Academy of Music. She began her career in rep. at the Gateway Theatre in Edinburgh and then transferred to the Palladium Theatre, also in Edinburgh, where she appeared in various variety shows. She worked as an interviewer for BBC radio before finding work as an actress on the West End stage. Her theatre credits include West End productions of 'High Spirits', 'The Beggars Opera' and 'Let's Get a Divorce' and numerous productions at the Mermaid Theatre. Denise appeared in the feature films "Waltz of the Toreadors", "Georgy Girl" and "Far From the Madding Crowd" and made many television appearances, most notably the "Stanley Baxter" series, "Do Not Adjust Your Set", "Captain Fantastic" and "Girls About Town". Denise's pastime interests include sea angling and playing the flute.

  • Birthday

    Dec 12, 1936
  • Place of Birth

    Aldershot, Hampshire, England, UK

Known For


1 wins & 0 nominations

Clarence Derwent Awards
Best supporting Female (UK)
Winner - Clarence Derwent Award

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