Jean Marsh

Jean Marsh

Jean Lyndsey Torren Marsh, OBE (nacida el 1 de julio de 1934) es una actriz británica, guionista ocasional, y co-creadora de las series de televisión Arriba y abajo y The House of Eliott.
Marsh recibió el premio Emmy a la mejor actriz protagonista de serie dramática por su interpretación de Rose Buck en Arriba y abajo en 1975. Volvió a interpretar el papel para el revival de la BBC emitido en diciembre de 2010.

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  • Fecha de nacimiento: 1934-07-01
  • Lugar de nacimiento: Stoke Newington, London, UK


Born in London, Jean Marsh became interested in show business while taking dancing and mime classes as therapy for a childhood illness. After attending a charm school and working as a model, she started acting in repertory and took voice lessons. Her repertory work was supplemented by a number of film appearances as a dancer. She then spent three years in America, appearing in Sir John Gielgud's Broadway production of "Much Ado About Nothing" and numerous TV shows, including an episode of "The Twilight Zone"(1959). Returning to London, she won roles on stage, film and TV. It was during this period that she appeared in "Doctor Who" (1963), first as Princess Joanna in "The Crusade" and then as Sara Kingdom in "The Daleks' Master Plan." In the early 1970s she co-created and starred in LWT's "Upstairs, Downstairs" (1971). Since then she has maintained a very busy career in the theatre, on TV - including a starring role in the US sitcom "9 to 5"(1982) and films such as Return to Oz (1985) and Willow (1988). She also co-created another successful series, "The House of Eliott" (1991).