2015 sees Pauline celebrate over forty-five years on
television, film and stage. She sees the establishment
of the Pauline Quirke Academies as her ultimate legacy.
Pauline is represented by Steve Sheen at Quirky Media. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)1494 445448
A versatile and internationally known TV theatre and film actress who starting acting at the age of nine years old and now is approaching 50 years in the business. An advocate and mentor for several charities, including Children in Need, Movember movement for men’s health, Breast Cancer UK, Prostrate Cancer UK, Children with Cancer and Children in Need.
She is Vice Patron of the Rhys Daniels Trust, Patron of the Ian Rennie Hospice at home, Honouree of the NSPCC, Active supporter and encourages others for Children with Cancer, Children in Crisis and Children’s Hospice UK, a fund raiser for Macmillan Trust, St Joseph’s Hospice (Hackney), South Bucks Hospice, and many, many more that go unnoticed, such as Hearing Dogs for the Deaf Charity, Wadsad and Tommy’s.
Contributing Artist for the ‘Children's Royal Variety Performance’, ‘Hole in the Wall Gang’ charity performance and ‘Comic Relief’ Television Campaign.
Pauline has now established her own Charity ‘PQA Trust’ (charity number 1161491 - 2015). Aiming to advance education of persons under the age of 25 years through training and development, to give children a sense of their own self-worth through drama, teaching skills for life, such as self-respect, communication, and confidence among children, with special emphasis on disadvantaged backgrounds and environments; awarding to such persons scholarships, maintenance allowances or grants at any university, college or institution of further education.
Her own drama school ‘kick started’ this charity with a five thousand pound donation and endeavours to increase this year on year.
Of course these charity positions are unpaid.
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