Diane Fletcher

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Diane Fletcher (born 17 April 1944) is an English actress.

Fletcher was born in Derby, Derbyshire. She played Nancy in Fairly Secret Army, and has appeared in other popular British television shows such as Coronation Street as Angela Hawthorne, Inspector Morse, Agatha Christie's Poirot, Within These Walls, Midsomer Murders and Heartbeat. In 1971 she appeared in No One Was Saved at the Royal Court Theatre schools scheme. Her first film was Roman Polanski's Macbeth. In 2007, she guest-starred in the Doctor Who spin-off audio play, The Tub Full of Cats.

In the BBC adaptation of House of Cards and its sequels To Play the King and The Final Cut, Fletcher played Elizabeth Urquhart, wife of the murderous Chief Whip of the Conservative Party and later Prime Minister Francis Urquhart (played by Ian Richardson).

Fletcher is the mother of anthropologist Jamie Lawson, whose father is actor Denis Lawson.

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