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|Known for||Coronation Street|
She has appeared in Doctors playing Ellen Murray, Sparkhouse playing Jenny Bullock, Casualty playing Angela Phillips and As Time Goes By. More recently she has appeared in Totally Frank, Heartbeat and EastEnders playing Annie Grey. She played the role of Pam Hobsworth in the ITV soap Coronation Street from July 2008 to December 2010. She also had a small role in My Parents Are Aliens as the Inspector Mrs. Morris.
She has done numerous theatrical roles including The Cherry Orchard with Judi Dench and prior to taking the role in Coronation Street, she toured Scotland in The Odd Couple with her closest friend Gerard Kelly.
Anthony starred in Northern Broadsides' production of Rutherford and Son with Barrie Rutter, West Yorkshire Playhouse's Alan Bennett production of Untold Stories and the main role in Sheffield Theatres' production of Queen Coal.
In 2015 Anthony appeared as Ethel Davies in the BBC TV series Father Brown episode 3.14 "The Deadly Seal".
She starred in the UK and Irish touring production of Anything Goes as Evangeline Harcourt and then once again toured in the Northern Broadsides hit When We Are Married, as Clara Soppitt, which was directed by and starred Barrie Rutter.
Anthony has also recently been in the comedy series Boomers and is regularly on BBC Radio 4 in Tom Wrigglesworth's Hang Ups, playing Tom's mother.
Anthony is married to former actor and racing driver Gary Barak, who is now better known as an automotive & motorsport PR man. They have two children.
|1990||A Sense of Guilt||Clinic Nurse||Episode: "Episode 1.3"|
|1999||Wing and a Prayer||Court Clerk||Episode: "Episode 2.2"|
|2002-2016||Doctors||Betty Warren / Helen Morris / Ellie Murphy / Ellen Murphy / Ms. French||5 episodes|
|2002||An Angel for May||Mrs. Cranshaw||TV Movie|
|2002||Sparkhouse||Jenny Bullock||TV Miniseries|
|2004||Casualty||Angela Phillips||Episode: "Where There's Life..."|
|2005||As Time Goes By||Sister||Episode: "Reunion Special: Part 2"|
|2005-2006||Totally Frank||Amanda||Episodes: "Debt", "2.6", "2.12"|
|2006||EastEnders||Dr. Annie Grey||Episodes: "8 September 2006" and "12 September 2006"|
|2007||Judge John Deed||WPC Lowry||Episode: "War Crimes: Part 1" and "War Crimes: Part 2"|
|2007||The Bill||Bev Morris||Episode: "Inner Demons"|
|2007||Holby City||Jill Prince||Episode: "The Q Word"|
|2008-2012||Coronation Street||Pam Hobsworth||128 episodes|
|2008||Little Miss Jocelyn||Unknown||Episode: "2.1" and "2.2"|
|2008||Heartbeat||Mrs Halloran||Episode: "England Expects"|
|2013||Casualty||Joyce Farrell||Episode: "There's No Place Like Home"|
|2015||Father Brown||Ethel Davies||Episode: "The Deadly Seal"|
|2015||Citizen Khan||Nurse Baxtor||Episode: "Mytic Mo"|
|2016||Boomers||Christine||Episode: "Mick's Return"|
|2016||Game of Thrones||Braavosi Woman||Episode: "The Door"|
|2020||Doctors||Kathy Eliot||Episode: "A Little Faith"|
- "Corrie's Auntie Pam plans revealed". Digital Spy. 13 September 2011. Retrieved 6 August 2017.
- "Coronation Street's Auntie Pam: The Jewish mum who loves playing baddies". www.thejc.com. Retrieved 6 August 2017.
- "Kate Anthony: From Corrie to Priestley". www.yorkshirepost.co.uk. Retrieved 6 August 2017.
- "PressReader.com - Connecting People Through News". www.pressreader.com. Retrieved 6 August 2017.
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