2016 NBC Fall Preview
America's Got Talent
American Ninja Warrior
Better Late Than Never
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The Good Place
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Running Wild with Bear Grylls
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Mission to Mars: Musk Makes a Case for Colonizing Red Planet
Should NFL be concerned about national anthem?
How an airline helped a man with special needs take a big step toward independence
Mandy Moore talks 'This Is Us' co-star Milo Ventimiglia: 'He has a nice tush'
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Meet Catherine Tate
She's a patron for the youth cancer charity, The Laura Crane Trust.
She developed a stand-up comedy act in 1996 and soon found success in festivals and improv troupes.
She never really knew her father; she was raised primarily by her mother and grandmother.
After attending Catholic schools, Catherine embarked on an acting career. She graduated from the Central School of Speech and Drama.
Her first TV roles came in 1990 in such serial dramas as "The Bill" and "London's Burning."
Catherine was born May 12th, 1968 in London.
"The Catherine Tate Show," a comedic sketch-based show, ran for three seasons on BBC Two and garnered multiple awards.
She's also appeared in numerous movies including "Love and Other Disasters," "Gulliver's Travels," and "Scenes of a Sexual Nature."
Catherine's also got serious acting chops; she has worked with the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theater.
Among her most beloved roles: Donna Noble, companion to Doctor Who. She appeared throughout the fourth series of the show.
"The Office" fans first saw her last season, when she was one of the potential replacement candidates for Michael Scott.
The Wedding of Dwight and Angela
Where Are They Now?
Dwight and Jim Final Emails
Finale: Behind the Scenes
Livin the Dream
Andy's Diary from the Movie Set