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Kate Isitt is a British actress, often in slightly enigmatic parts, who is best known for her role as beauty therapist Sally Harper in the BBC television situation comedy, Coupling (Hartswood, 2000-4). She also played the part of Alison, the sexy and rather bitchy secretary in a solictor's office, in the comedy for ITV/Channel 4, Is It Legal? (Hartswood, 1995-8).
Isitt had a minor part in the film of The Saint (1997) and in 1998 played alongside Alan Davies in "Black Canary", an episode of the BBC TV mystery series, Jonathan Creek, and as Davies' wife in a pilot episode of the BBC comedy, A Many Splintered Thing (of which a series was made in 2000, by which time Isitt had joined the cast of Coupling). In the same year she appeared in Stephen Poliakoff's BBC TV drama, The Tribe, with, among others, Anna Friel and Joely Richardson . She also appeared as a wife whose husband became a surrogate father in Strictly Confidential in 2006.
Biographical details are hard to come by, though it is known that Isitt trained at the Arts Educational School. Even the author of KateIsitt.net, a website devoted to the actress, concedes that there is insufficient material available to construct a biography.
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