Rosemary Leach

Rosemary Leach

Rosemary Anne Leach (Much Wenlock, Shropshire, 18 de diciembre de 1935) es una actriz inglesa de teatro, cine y televisión.[2]​[3]​
Egresada del Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, ha recibido diversos reconocimientos en el ámbito teatral, entre ellos el Premio Laurence Olivier en la categoría actriz del año en una obra de teatro nueva por su rol en 84, Charing Cross Road en 1982 estrenada en el Ambassadors Theatre de la ciudad de Westminster;[1]​ además, ha recibido dos nominaciones para el mismo galardón en las categorías actriz del año en una obra de teatro nueva por su trabajo en Just Between Ourselves de 1977 y mejor actriz de reparto por su rol en Separate Tables de 1994.[4]​[5]​
En el ámbito de la televisión, ha recibido tres nominaciones a los British Academy Television Awards a la mejor actriz de televisión en 1971 por su trabajo en Roads to Freedom y Germinal —ambas producciones de 1970—, en 1972 por su participación en Cider with Rosie de 1971 y ITV Playhouse de 1967, y en 1974 por su rol en el quinto episodio de la octava temporada de BBC Play of the Month titulado The Adventures of Don Quixote.[6]​[7]​[8]​
En el cine, ha recibido dos nominaciones a los Premios BAFTA en la categoría mejor actriz de reparto por sus papeles en That’ll Be the Day de 1974 y Una habitación con vistas de 1986.[9]​[10]​ También ha incursionado como actriz de radioteatro en BBC Radio 4.[11]​

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  • Fecha de nacimiento: 1935-12-18
  • Lugar de nacimiento: Much Wenlock, Shropshire, England

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Rosemary Leach (born 18 December 1935) is a British stage, television and film actress and singer. She was born at Much Wenlock, Shropshire. Her parents were teachers related to Edmund Leach. She attended grammar school and RADA. After appearing in repertory theatres and the Old Vic she became well known to UK TV viewers between 1965-69 for playing Susan Wheldon, the mistress of building tycoon John Wilder (Patrick Wymark) in the TV boardroom drama The Power Game. Subsequently she became a familiar face on British television. In 1973, she played Aldonza/Dulcinea in the BBC production of Don Quixote (retitled The Adventures of Don Quixote), starring Rex Harrison and Frank Finlay. In 1981 she played Emilia opposite Bob Hoskins's Iago in the BBC Shakespeare's production of Othello. In 1982 she played Aunt Fenny in The Jewel in the Crown. Rosemary played a leading role as smitten Joan Plumleigh-Bruce in the six part ITV 1987 production of The Charmer (TV series) which starred Nigel Havers. In 1987, she was nominated for BAFTA's Best Supporting Actress for A Room with a View (1985). In 1992, Leach starred in An Ungentlemanly Act, a BBC television film about the first days of the invasion of the Falkland Islands in 1982, portraying the real-life Lady Mavis Hunt, wife of the islands' then-governor, Sir Rex Hunt. Leach plays the part of Anna in BBC Radio 4's No Commitments, and Susan Harper's mother in My Family. She made a guest appearance as 'Bessie' on Waterloo Road (the TV series), in Series 3 Spring Term. Since 1994, she has made occasional appearances in The Archers as Ellen Rogers, the ex-pat aunt of Nigel Pargetter. In 2001 Leach played a leading role as a charming murderess in Destroying Angel, an episode of Midsomer Murders. Recently she has played Queen Elizabeth II three times: in the 2002 television movie Prince William; in a 2006 updated edition of The Afternoon Play, entitled Tea with Betty; and in 2009's Margaret. Description above from the Wikipedia article Rosemary Leach, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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