1966 (age 54–55)
|Relatives||Susannah Harker (sister)|
Caroline Harker (born 1966) is an English stage and television actress, sister of actresses Nelly Harker and Susannah Harker, and daughter of actors Polly Adams and Richard Owens. She and her sisters are descended from theatrical designer Joseph Harker.
Harker played the role of 'mother' in the Mike Kenny's adaptation of The Railway Children, directed by Damian Cruden and staged at the Waterloo International railway station. Harker is married to fellow actor Anthony Calf, with whom she appeared in The Madness of King George and in a TV adaptation of Jilly Cooper's Riders They have three daughters, Louise Emma Calf (b. December 1983), Cecilia Ann L Calf (b. September 1995), and Anemone Georgiana Calf (b. October 2000).
|1994||The Madness of King George||Mrs Fitzherbert|
|1999||Een vrouw van het noorden||Charlotte|
|2007||Lady Godiva: Back in the Saddle||Catherine Osbourne|
|1990||Casualty||Helen Bradley / Tessa||2 episodes|
|1992-2003||A Touch of Frost||W.P.C. Hazel Wallace||11 episodes|
|1993||Riders||Tory Lovell||TV movie|
|1994||Middlemarch||Celia Brooke||7 episodes|
|1994||Honey for Tea||Lucy Courtney||7 episodes|
|1997||Holding On||Vicky||8 episodes|
|1997-1998||Keeping Mum||Wendy||3 episodes|
|1998||Kavanagh QC||Rowena Featherstonehaugh||1 episode|
|2002||Midsomer Murders||Tamsin Proctor||Episode: "Market For Murder"|
|2003||Foyle's War||Jane Hardiman||1 episode|
|2004||Auf Wiedersehen, Pet||Pru Scott-Johns||5 episodes|
|2004||Murder in Suburbia||Tessa Northover||1 episode|
|2007||The Man Who Lost His Head||Fiona Harrison||TV movie|
|2011||New Tricks||Tabitha Hall-Chalmers||1 episode|
|2012||Coronation Street||Alicia Davenport||4 episodes|
- "Actress Caroline Harker | Biography, Profile, Wallpapers, DOB".
- Maev Kennedy (5 February 2017). "Harker family visit great-grandfather's threatened scene-painting studio". The Guardian. Retrieved 21 January 2021.
- "Caroline Harker". Theatr Clwyd. Retrieved 21 January 2021.
- Alan Bennett (26 May 2016). A Private Function. Faber & Faber. p. 215. ISBN 978-0-571-33290-8.
- BFI Film and Television Handbook. British Film Institute. 1993. p. 298. ISBN 978-0-85170-344-2.