Jackie Smith-Wood is a British actress and director. As an actress she has worked in film, television, theatre and radio.
Internationally Smith-Wood is best known in her portrayal of Mary Crawford in the BBC's 1983 miniseries of Jane Austen's Mansfield Park. In addition to over a dozen British television appearances, she also had a guest-starring role in the CBC series Barry Morse Presents Strange But True.
Smith-Wood's stage credits include:
- Ann Whitefield in Shaw's Man and Superman with Peter O'Toole, at the Cambridge Theatre (1982)
- Eliza Doolittle opposite Peter O'Toole's Henry Higgins, in George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion at the Shaftesbury Theatre (1984)
- Mrs Gibbs in The Royal Baccarat Scandal by Royce Ryton, at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket (1989)
Smith-Wood directed Chekov's The Bear and The Proposal for Studio Theatrale du Luberon in 2006, and Noël Coward's Blithe Spirit for Studio Theatrale du Luberon in 2008. Smith-Wood was formerly based in Oxford, and is now based in Gloucester.