Catherine began her career as a student at the Mercury Theatre in Auckland in the seventies and since then has worked extensively in theatre, television, film and radio in New Zealand and Australia. She is best known in New Zealand for classic plays such as Hedda Gabler, Death of a Salesman, and Lady Windermere’s Fan. In Australia, it was her work in such television series as The Flying Doctors, Rafferty’s Rules, McLeod’s Daughters, and The Saddle Club that brought recognition and Best Actress awards. She has previously appeared in the Auckland Theatre Company productions Equus, The Pohutakawa Tree, The Importance of Being Earnest, Trees Beneath the Lake, Enlightenment, and two Roger Hall classics – Middle Age Spread and Who Wants to be 100? (Anyone Who’s 99). Now appearing in Roger’s latest play Last Legs, she delightedly reunites with Colin, Alison, Mark, and Ray as well as new castmates Margaret-Mary and Louise, for this sweet and sour retirement home romp.