Katie Geraldine Scarfe (b. April 17th, 1974) is an English stage, radio, TV & voice actress, the oldest daughter of actress Jane Asher and cartoonist Gerald Scarfe.
|Katie Scarfe Photographied by Brian Wharton taken of
Jane and her family in fall 1981 and 1982 to illustrate her first book, Jane Asher’s Party Cakes, published in 1982. Lady Jane.|
Katie has two younger brothers, artist Alexander Scarfe (born December 1981), and Rory Christopher Scarfe (born 1984). She also has two elder half-siblings, Rupert (b. 1966) and Araminta Scarfe from her father's previous relationships. She graduated from Bristol University in 1995.
|September 17th, 1997 - Katie Scarfe, Gerald Scarfe and Jane Asher at a party in London. Desmond O'Neill features.|
|January 22nd, 1998 - Katie and Garals Scarfe attend the South Bank Show at the Savoy Hotel in London. Picture by: NEIL MUNNS / PA Archive/PA Images|
|February 3rd, 1998 - Katie and Gerald Scarfe at a reception in London. Desmond O'Neill features.|
|October 1st, 1998 - Alex and Katie Scarfe at an exhibition in London. Desmond O'Neill features.|
|November 3rd, 2005 - Alex, Katie, Jane and Gerald at a party to celebrate the publication of Drawing Blood -Forty-Five Years of Scarfe Uncensored, a book of Gerald Scarfe's work held at The Fine Arts Society, New Bond Street, London.|
|September 26th, 2013 - Katie Scarfe and her mother Jane Asher attend the press night performance of 'The Lyons' at the Menier Chocolate Factory in London, England. Dave M. Bennett / Getty Images.|
She trained at LAMDA (London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art; BA (Hons) Acting, 2007-2009). Credits whilst at LAMDA include Maria in "Twelfth Night (2008), Lady Bracknell in "The Importance of Being Earnest" (2009), Molly in "Passport to Pimlico" (2009), "The Girl in The Blue Room" (2009), u/s Pattie and Rachel in "Season's Greetings" (National Theatre, 2010/11).
|2008 - Portrayed by James Pike.|
Her theatre career includes "Just Whores" (New Venture Theatre, summer 2003), "Freakshow", as Eve (New Venture Theatre, fall 2003), her role of Constanze in "Amadeus" ( New Venture Theatre, Brighton, 2005), her role of Richmond in "Richard III" (Brighton Festival, 2007), her role of The Duchess in "Mercury Fur" (Old Red Lion, Trafalgar Studios, 2012) and her role of the Queen in "Beyond Beauty" (Rebel Theatre, fall 2012). In 2015 she acted on the stage along with her mother Jane Asher in "The Gathered Leaves" (Park Theatre).
|Summer 2003 - 'Just Whores' play at the New Venture Theatre during the Brighton Festival directed by Martin Nichols. L-R (upper photo): Alexis Hills, Leila Leam, Katie Scarfe, Alex Childs, Louise Gregory. Photo Tim Seelig. From: http://www.anitasullivan.co.uk/Just%20Whores_Anita%20Sullivan.htm|
|October 2003 - Katie Scarfe as Eve, the new arrival at the circus of the "Freakshow" play, performed at the New Venture Theatre, Brighton from October 21st to 25th. It featured cabaret, circus acts, puppetry, a fleet of minature caravans, live music/ foley from Helleanor Webband and a very disturbing dance routine, directed by production playwright, Anita Sullivan. From http://www.anitasullivan.co.uk/Freakshow_Anita%20Sullivan.htm|
|From November 27th to December 15th 2012 - Katie Scarfe as The Queen in "Beyond Beauty" by Ron Hutchinson, directed by Simon Pollard , at The Last Refuge, in Peckham, south London. In a dusty, forgotten corner of a London industrial estate, surrounded by churches, warehouses and small businesses, there is a castle: cobwebbed, ivy-strewn and destined to remain asleep until a certain princess is awoken by 'that' kiss. We all know it as the end of the Sleeping Beauty legend: but Beyond Beauty tells the story of what happens after the kiss. One hundred years after pricking her finger on a spinning wheel, Beauty wakes up to find herself in a world quite different from the one she remembers. Other cast members include Bevan Celestine, Sophie Robinson, Natalie Harman, David Eaton, Cate Hamer, Richard Cunningham and Greg Tannahill. Pictures by Emil Charlaff. From: https://www.facebook.com/RebelTheatreUK|
|Late June 2015 - "The Gathered Leaves" cast reading their roles. Katie Scarfe plays the role of Alice Pennington, and acts for the first time on the stage with her mother Jane Asher, who plays the role of Alice's mother, Olivia Pennington. From: https://twitter.com/gatheredleaves|
|July 2nd, 2015 - Rehearsal images have been released for the world premiere of Andre Keatley's The Gathered Leaves. Directed by Antony Eden, the show opens at Park Theatre on 16th July (previews from 15th July) and runs until 15th August 2015. Pictures by Mark Douet, found via http://www.westendframe.com/2015/07/rehearsal-images-released-for-gathered.html|
Radio, television and film credits include her role of Brenda in "The Wistleblower" film, the part of Kerry Harrison in "The Real Kathy Haydn" (Channel 4, 2007), "The Long Walk Home" film (2007), "Nunc Demittis", part of the "Someone Like You" collection, for BBC Radio 4 (2009), her role of Emily Coulson in "Holby City" (BBC, 2010), Sophie in the 2010 film "The Engagement Party", the poet female in "The Cult" film (2010), the short "The Adbucted", as Dr. Murphy in ITV's "Emmerdale Farm" (Yorkshire television, 2012), "A Little Twist of Dahl" (BBC Radio 4) and the short "The Listener" (2014) and the part of Liz Wilde again in in "Holby City" (2015).
|2007 - Katie Scarfe as Kerry Harrison in the TV Series "The Real Kathy Haydn". First aired on Chanel 4 on November 30th, 2007. Website: http://www.kathyhaydn.com/|
|2010 - Katie Scarfe as the female poet in the film 'The Cult'.|
Katie Scarfe is also an experienced audiobook narrator. Some of her works include P.D. Jame's 'Death Comes to Pemberley', 'An Unsuitable Job for a Woman' and 'The Skull Beneath the Skin', 'The Edge of the Fall', 'The Storms of War', 'Lady Bette and the Murder of Mr Thynn', 'Larkswood', 'Beauty','Charm', 'Poison', 'Black Rabbit Hall', 'The Summer Queen: Eleanor of Aquitaine Trilogy (Book 1)', 'The Winter Crown: Eleanor of Aquitaine Trilogy (Book 2'), 'All the Dark Secrets: The Ten Houses Sagas 1', 'Love, Love Me Do', 'Step Back in Time', 'The Crimson Ribbon', 'The Last Kings of Sark', 'How We Met' and 'Larkswood'.