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Occupation  Actor
Children  Madelaine Rose Williams
Role  Actress
Name  Victoria Wicks

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Full Name  Beverly Victoria Anne Wicks
Born  18 April 1959 (age 56) (1959-04-18)
Spouse  Peter Williams (m. 1984–2004)
Education  Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama
Movies and TV shows  The Imitation Game, Drop the Dead Donkey, The Mighty Boosh, Prince Cinders, Roar
Similar People  Oscar Faura, Morten Tyldum, H E Bates, Guy Jenkin, Andy Hamilton

Parents  Brian Wicks, Judith Wicks

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Victoria Wicks (born Beverly Victoria Anne Wicks; 18 April 1959) is a British actress. She is known for her role as Sally Smedley in Channel 4's award-winning comedy series Drop the Dead Donkey (1990–98). Her other television roles include Mrs. Gideon in The Mighty Boosh (2004), and the College Director in Skins (2007–08). Her film appearances include The Imitation Game (2014) and High-Rise (2015). She is an Associate of Howard Barker's theatre company, The Wrestling School.

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Early life and education

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Wicks was born Beverly Victoria Anne Wicks in Chippenham, Wiltshire, England to Brian and Judith Wicks. Wicks’s mother, Judith Bates, born 1933, was the second child of the writer H.E. Bates. Wicks is the niece of Jonathan Bates, the award-winning Sound Editor who died in 2008, and the television producer, Richard Bates, who produced the television adaptation of The Darling Buds of May. Wicks is a director of Evensford Productions Ltd, the company set up in 1955 to protect and promote H.E. Bates's work.

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Wicks trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama where she was awarded the Pernod and Bisquit Award for the most promising graduate.

Career

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Her first job was as Acting Assistant Stage Manager at Northampton Rep for a year, before going to Bristol Old Vic, Regent’s Park and then the RSC. In 1986 Wicks was in Andy Hamilton’s black comedy Tickets for the Titanic, and then went on to play Sally Smedley in all six series of Drop the Dead Donkey. The Mighty Boosh, is an award-winning radio, television and stage show created by Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt. Mrs Gideon was the Head of Reptiles at the Zooniverse in Series 1. Wicks also played Harriet Lawes, the Head of College in series 1, 2 and 3 of Skins.

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Wicks joined the 'Wrestling School‘ in 1996. The company was formed in 1988 for the sole purpose of performing the work of the dramatist Howard Barker. Since joining the company Wicks has appeared in 9 plays by Barker, performing in London, Berlin, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Adelaide and also in Rouen, Grenoble, Le Mans and Paris for the co-production of Les Animaux en Paradis, which was performed in French by 4 British and 5 French actors. Wicks is an Associate of the Wrestling School. In 2010 Wicks was invited to the Segal Theatre Center in New York as guest of Theatre Minima to celebrate a day-long event on the work of Howard Barker.

Wicks played the hgh priestess of the Sybillines in The Fires of Pompeii, a 2008 episode of Doctor Who. In 2014, she played Dorothy Clarke in The Imitation Game, and Susannah Marshall in the E4 drama Glue (2014).

Personal life

In 1984 Wicks married Peter Williams (divorced 2004); they have one daughter, Madelaine Rose, born 1985.

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