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Di Botcher

Di Botcher
Full name
Di Botcher
Place Of Birth
Port Talbot, Wales, UK

While most recognisable in the UK for her appearances in a series of adverts for the Post Office, Di Botcher has also been seen in series such as 'The Bill'(1993 / 1997), 'Kavangh QC' (1999) and 'Casualty'(2002). She has appeared extensively in comedy, as one of the supporting players in the beloved 'Little Britain' from Matt Lucas and David Walliams - and also in their follow up comedy 'Come Fly With Me'; the unpredictable sketch show 'Tittybangbang' (2006 - 2007), a recurring role in 'Pulling' between 2006 and 2008, and the welsh comedy drama 'High Hopes' between 2002 and 2008.

In drama, she has appeared in 'Murphy's Law' (2007), 'Dustbin Baby' (2008), 'Belonging' between 2003 and 2009, 'Lennon Naked' (2010) - which of course also featured Andrew Scott as Paul McCartney, and in 'Sherlock: The Great Game' (2010) as deceased domestic goddess Connie Prince.

Her more recent credits include 'Shirley' (2011), a biographical drama of the life of Dame Shirley Bassey; the film version of 'The Gospel of Us' (2012), starring Michael Sheen and originally performed throughout her home town of Port Talbot in Easter 2011, and music industry comedy 'Svengali' (2013), which also features Martin Freeman.

Series 4


Pilot: A Study in Pink

The Abominable Bride

Many Happy Returns