Kathy Peacock biography Kathy Peacock is a professional London-based actress. She is making her West End debut as part of the London cast of Les Miserables at the Sondheim Theatre (previously Queen’s Theatre), before which she was the lead character in Can Can! at The Union Theatre. Training: She attended the Royal Academy of Music after completing her undergraduate degree at Oxford University. Theatre: Her theatre credits include Louisa Gradgrind in Hard Times, Amalia Balash in She Loves Me, Terry Mason/Delores Dante in Working, and This is the Hour: A Celebration of Claude-Michel Schonberg. Workshops: Kathy has been part of several workshops. She played Susan in Ruth (John Cameron). She was in Becoming Angels and Accounting for Beginners at the National Theatre Studio, Fiddler on the Roof (Music Theatre Group) at the National Theatre Studio, Guys and Dolls Gypsy, Wicked, Forgetting You But Not the Time… with Matt Ryan, George Hall’s She Loves Me, and Hard Times with John Caird. Short Film: She has worked on Ruxi: The Road to Slavery (Ignite Oxford). Other Credits: Among her other credits is Frasquita in Carmen in a Pub at the Sleepless Theatre; Kathy Selden in Singin’ in the Rain alongside the Oxford University Dramatic Society; Reno Sweeney in Anything Goes; A West End Christmas (MAD Trust); Bunuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles (The Glow Animation Studio); Stop (Fishbowl Productions); Christmas by Starlight (The West End Chorus).