Jo Castleton trained in Performance Art at Middlesex University. Recent work in theatre includes The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (West End) for the National Theatre; Dangerous
Corner at Nottingham Playhouse; national tours of Round and Round the Garden, Table Manners and A
Murder is Announced for Talking Scarlet; Elephant 21 for the Royal Court, London; Family Man at
Theatre Royal Stratford East; Twist of Gold (by Michael Morpurgo) at Polka Theatre; The Magic Flute,
The Mystery Plays, Oliver Twist and Shakers at Liverpool Playhouse; Lilies on the Land (tour), Beauty
and the Beast, Oh, What a Lovely War, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, The Wind in the
Willows, The Wizard of Oz and A Christmas Carol for Basingstoke Haymarket; Taken In at Drill Hall;
national tours of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Ghost Train, Sailor Beware and Daisy Pulls It Off; Death Trap,
Murder Weapon and Suddenly at Home at Eastbourne and on tour; Shock at Chesterfield Pomegranate;
The Second Shepherds’ Pageant Mystery Play in London; and Genie of the Ring in Aladdin at Greenwich.
Films include Fit, The Seventeenth Kind, The Milky Way, Auton 2 and Auton 3. Audio work includes Dark Eyes 2, Dalek Empire, The Marian Conspiracy, Sapphire and Steel – Dead Man Walking and Cyberman 2.