|Born||15 April 1980|
Rawtenstall, Lancashire, England
|Occupation||Actress, presenter and singer|
|Relatives||Anna-Jane Casey (sister)|
Casey was born on 15 April 1980 in Rawtenstall, Lancashire. Her older sister is actress Anna-Jane Casey. She attended Oldham Theatre Workshop with longtime friend Antony Cotton.
In 1984, when Casey was three years old, her rendition of the nursery rhyme "Chick Chick Chicken" reached No. 72 on the UK Singles Chart. This made her the youngest person ever to have a recording on the chart. She appeared on the BBC's Saturday Superstore and asked Boy George to take her to the toilet. In the 2008 live special of Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps, she performed the single for the first time in over 20 years.
In January 1996, Casey played Carol Groves on the Channel 4 soap opera Hollyoaks in which she remained for over five years. In 2001 Casey joined the cast of Two Pints of Lager playing Donna Henshaw alongside Hollyoaks co-star Will Mellor. Casey and Mellor were the only two original main characters to appear in all nine series. The final episode was broadcast on 24 May 2011.
In the summer of 2007, Casey played Serena Katz in a hit run of the musical Fame at the Shaftesbury Theatre, and in February 2008 she began playing the role Julia in the pre-West End UK tour of The Wedding Singer. Her other stage credits include The Vagina Monologues (Palace Theatre, Manchester), Hobson's Choice (Watermill Theatre opposite her sister Anna-Jane Casey), Flint Street Nativity (Liverpool Playhouse), Well at the Trafalgar Studios, and the Apollo Theatre, opposite Sarah Miles and most recently Ado Annie in Oklahoma! at the Chichester Festival Theatre. She took over from Denise Van Outen in Legally Blonde at The Savoy Theatre as Paulette from 26 April 2011. In March 2012 she played Angela in the revival of Mike Leigh's Abigail's Party at the Menier Chocolate Factory, later transferring to Wyndhams Theatre, London.
On 29 June 2012, it was confirmed that Casey would be playing the role of Judy Bernly in the first UK tour production of the Broadway musical 9 to 5. The tour began at the Manchester Opera House on 12 October 2012. She appeared in the UK tour production of 9 to 5. She appeared in Sex and the Three Day Week from 2014 to 2015, Moving Stories in 2016 and 2017, Things I Know to be True in 2016 and Stepping Out in 2017.
|1990||Death in Venice||Young Girl|
|1999||Brookside: Double Take||Moria|
|2001||Big Brother's Little Brother||Co-presenter with Dermot O'Leary|
|2001–2011||Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps||Donna Henshaw|
|2003||24 Access all areas|
|2013||People Like Us|
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