The Michelle Gomez Database

Michelle Gomez is an actor beloved for bringing to life television characters that are at once powerful, intimidating and slightly unhinged but always captivating, sympathetic and likeable, even when morally reproachable. However, long before Michelle exploded onto our screens as the wacky Sue White in Green Wing, the iconic Missy in Doctor Who or the enchanting Lilith/Madam Satan in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, she was treading the boards in theatres around the UK and in New York.

This website, styled in the colours Michelle envisaged for Missy's TARDIS, is a living, growing database of everything Michelle Gomez. As well as her Screen and Audio credits, all crafted with exclusive focus on Michelle's roles, I am proud to present what I believe is the most comprehensive database of Michelle Gomez's theatre work on the internet. Since I was unable to find a complete reference anywhere, I decided to research and produce my own. The Theatre section is the culmination of many hours of ongoing research and is packed with images, press clippings and other details from Michelle's extensive acting career.

Student Productions Added!

I am very pleased to announce that I have now been able to add Michelle's student productions to her theatre credits! The Keeper of Archives and Collections at RCS has been extremely helpful and I owe him a debt of gratitude for sending me copies of the original programmes for those productions. The listings can be found on the main Theatre page under the heading Student Productions.

I am advised that the collection may not be complete as large ensemble productions at that time were often credited simply to "the company", making it impossible to identify her involvement, however these are ...

The Manifesto Hunt

Manifesto, by Volcano Theatre Company, is proving to be remarkably elusive. Although the production toured the UK, there is very little information about it online and I have had to piece together the sparse information I've found from newspaper theatre listings that often offer no detail besides the date and the theatre. However, in spite of putting together a decent list of tour dates, I have ended up discarding them all bar one, which is the only one I'm sure Michelle played.

It might be easier to explain my thought process if I provide all the dates I've found before explaining why I've ...

Missy & Overdue Updates

I'm very excited to have received my first copy of the Missy comic! I love this cover (variant A by Busian), I find it very appropriate and appealing to my sense of humour that Twelve, Thirteen and Dharwan!Master are knocked over and the expression on Missy's face is perfect! I must admit however that I haven't read it yet as I like it too much to remove it from its protective cellophane. I do have another cover variant on its way to me so I shall probably read that one instead.

I've been meaning to point this out for a while but if you've visited before you may have noticed that Very Gomez ...

Michelle Gomez cast as villain Madame Rouge in Doom Patrol S3

This evening it was announced that Michelle Gomez has been cast as the villain, Madame Rouge, in the third season of the DC Universe series Doom Patrol. Apparently a series regular, Madame Rouge is described as "a complicated and electrifying eccentric" and we can't wait to see it!

Fans already knew that Michelle is currently filming in Atlanta for five months and from that and other clues some of us (you know who you are!) had already figured out it was Doom Patrol, so it's amazing to have it confirmed.

Other info will be added here in due course.