In 2015, she appeared in the romantic drama film , a film that was nominated for the.
They went on to appear in their own series, , in 1982.
She played the part of Cynthia Coffin in the ten-part British drama serial aired on Channel 4 in 2015.
The two first worked together in the 1978 theatre revue , followed by the television adaptation of Wood's play.
On television, Walters collaborated with ; they appeared together on several television shows, including 1981 , 1985—1987 , 1994 , and 1998—2000.
Walters has been married to her husband, Grant Roffey, since 1997, though they had been dating for much longer.