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Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Female

Known Credits 25

Birthday 1935-12-14

Place of Birth Bath, Somerset, England, UK

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

2002 George Eliot: A Scandalous Life as Gossip
2002 Bertie and Elizabeth as Lady Mabel Airlie
2001 The Martins as Mrs Heath
2000 Billy Elliot as Vice-Principal
2000 Longitude as Dodo Gould
1998 The Echo (2 episodes) as Mrs. Deacon
1997 Keep the Aspidistra Flying as Mrs. Wisbeach
1997 Midsomer Murders (1 episode)
1995 Pride and Prejudice (6 episodes) as Lady Catherine de Bourgh
1995 The Absence Of War
1993 Anna Lee: Headcase as Beryl Doyle
1988 Charlie Chalk (13 episodes)
1988 Tumbledown as Jean Lawrence
1987 The Ruth Rendell Mysteries (3 episodes)
1987 Inspector Morse (1 episode)
1984 Playing Shakespeare (9 episodes)
1982 The Plague Dogs as Farmer's Wife (voice)
1979 One Fine Day as Mrs Phillips
1974 Who Killed Lamb as Madeleine
1972 Henry VIII and His Six Wives as Catherine Parr
1972 Frenzy as Brenda Margaret Blaney
1971 The Search for the Nile (6 episodes)
1967 Callan (1 episode)
1959 A Midsummer Night's Dream as Helena (voice)
1959 No Hiding Place (1 episode)

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