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Actress and playwright Annie Fitzmaurice appeared on Coronation Street as DS Groves, an officer who in April and May 2001 was involved in the investigation following Toyah Battersby's rape. She returned to the programme in 2010 as Lake Windermere holiday cottage owner Jane Kenworthy, who jointly with husband Mark, submitted a statement to police officers upon learning of Joe McIntyre's death.
Her other TV and film credits include roles in The Bill, Extremely Dangerous, Holby City, A Good Thief, Cold Feet, Dead Man's Cards, The Royal, The Street, The Royal Today, Emmerdale, Waterloo Road and Doctors, whilst she has performed on stage in productions including Accidental Death of an Anarchist, Shoot Me in the Heart, Tom's Midnight Garden, Twelfth Night, Throwing Stones and Fraulein Pollinger.
Co-founder of Coal Theatre Company in Manchester, she has conceived, created and performed all of their work: Johnny Come Lately, The Fragility of X, Pub and Not With That Hand.