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Name  Jane Booker
Role  Actress

Spouse  James Fleet
Children  Hamish Fleet
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Movies and TV shows  Hullabaloo Over Georgie a, Finding Neverland, Colin's Sandwich, Priest of Love, Get Back
Similar People  James Fleet, Pippa Bennett‑Warner, Geoffrey Streatfeild, Sharon Maughan, Pearce Quigley

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Jane Booker (born 9 May 1956 in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England) is an English actress. She has had a long career, with over 40 television roles to her credit.

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One of her first roles was in James Ivory's "Hullabaloo Over Georgie and Bonnie's Pictures" (1978), which starred Dame Peggy Ashcroft and Larry Pine. In 1979 she played Nurse Sally in the mini-series Testament of Youth, Vera Brittain's classic memoir of World War I.

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TV

  • Doctors: episode "Mr Right", (2011)
  • Midsomer Murders: episode "The Creeper", (2009)
  • Doctors: episode "All That Glitters", (2009)
  • Casualty, (2007)
  • Doctors: episode "A Secure Relationship", (2007)
  • My Family, (2004, (2006)
  • North and South, (2004), the dramatization of the Elizabeth Gaskell novel, as Mrs. Shaw
  • Foyle's War, (2002)
  • Jonathan Creek, (1999)
  • Midsomer Murders: episode "Written in Blood", (1998)
  • Coronation Street, (1996)
  • Murder Most Horrid: episode "Mangez Merveillac", (1994)
  • Get Back, (1992–1993), as Prudence Sweet
  • The Darling Buds of May, (1991–1993)
  • Murder Most Horrid: "Murder At Tea Time", (1991)
  • Troublemakers, (1990)
  • Inspector Morse, (1989)
  • Colin's Sandwich, (1988–1989)
  • Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: Nemesis, (1987), with Joan Hickson
  • A Perfect Spy, (1987, nominated for four BAFTA awards, including Best Drama Series, and two Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Miniseries.
  • Don't Wait Up, (1987-1988)
  • Throb, (1986)
  • First Among Equals, (1986), as Fiona Seymour
  • Travelling Man, (1985)
  • Agatha Christie's "Partners in Crime" episode "The Clergyman's Daughter", (1983
  • Nanny, (1982-1983), where she portrayed the Duchess of Broughton / Lady Charlotte Somerville,
  • Pig in the Middle, (1981)
  • Angels, (1979)
  • Film

  • Finding Neverland (2004), as Mrs. Darling
  • Priest of Love (1981)
  • References

    Jane Booker Wikipedia


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