Caroline Quentin
Biographical Information
Born July 11th, 1960
Reigate, England
Productions Les Misérables as Worker/Whore/Diner/Beggar (original London cast)
Men Behaving Badly as Dorothy Bishop
Pippin as Berthe
Oh! What a Lovely War as Pierrot
Recordings Les Misérables (1985 Barbican cast)
Tell Him
Vocal Type Mezzo-soprano

Caroline Quentin is an English actress.


Born Caroline Jones in Reigate, Surrey, she studied at the Arts Educational School and began acting on stage, notably playing Masha in The Seagull. Her career took off after being cast in the succesful, long running comedy Men Behaving Badly. This was followed by a subsequent long-running role in Jonathan Creek.

Quentin continued to appear in a variety of projects, including the stage play Von Trapped, the Marks & Spencers food advertisement campaign and a series of travel documentaries detailing her journeys through India and Cornwall respectively.


Quentin made a notable singing appearance in her early career as part of the original London chorus in Les Misérables. She later returned to musicals in 2011 playing Berthe in Pippin and a Pierrot in Oh! What a Lovely War. She also released a single with Men Behaving Badly co-star Leslie Ash, entitled Tell Him.


Men Behaving Badly (1992)Edit

  • Kum By Yah (solo)


Les Misérables (1985)Edit

  • At the End of the Day
  • Lovely Ladies
  • Master of the House

Pippin (2011)Edit

  • No Time at All (contains solo lines)

Oh! What a Lovely War (2014)Edit


Tell Him (1996)Edit

  • Tell Him (duet)