Shenagh Govan

Shenagh trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School & has worked extensively in theatre, TV, film & radio. Recent theatre work includes her one woman show ‘War Crimes For The Home’ directed by Jeni Draper. Recent TV work includes Madame Rastoil in The Musketeers for BBC and Postmistress ‘The Man Who Knew Infinity’ with Dev Patel and Jeremy Irons. Further film credits include Aunt Gritty in “The Mill on the Floss” with Emily Watson, Sally Masey in Peter Kosminsky’s “Innocents” with Tim Pigott Smith, Bookish Woman in “Stuart A Life Backwards” with Benedict Cumberbatch & Tom Hardy.  Shenagh’s TV credits are extensive including 8 years as Joy, S.O.C.O in The Bill, and episodes of “Murder in Mind”, Sea of Souls, “Holby City”, “Doctors”, “Casualty”, “Midsomer Murders”, “Without Motive”, “Eastenders”, “Taking Liberties, “Dear Dilemma” & “Inside Victor Lewis Smith”

Shenagh has been delighted and honoured to be part of the cast of ‘Don’t Leave Me Now’ since 2014 exploring the devastating effects that dementia has on all involved.