Joanna Monro

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Joanna Monro
Born 1956 (age 57–58)
Occupation TV presenter, actress

Joanna Monro (born 1956) is a British actress and former television presenter who, in the 1980s, appeared on the BBC show That's Life! with Esther Rantzen.

In 1974 she appeared in the Doctor Who story Planet of the Spiders, followed by a lengthy spell as 'Anna Newcross' in the BBC soap opera Angels. For three years in the mid 1980s she was a regular in the BBC children's sketch show Fast Forward.

In the 1990s, she played the conniving Mrs Lyons in the musical Blood Brothers on Broadway and in the West End, and was on the 1995 London cast recording as well as The International Cast Album (with Petula Clark).

She recently starred as "Rosie" in the London production of Mamma Mia! opposite fellow West End actress Linzi Hateley at the Prince of Wales Theatre. She appeared in character on 31 December 2008 in a West End special edition episode of The Weakest Link on BBC 1. She was the 'strongest link', winning over £14,000 which she donated to breast cancer research, beating Summer Strallen.

Radio[edit]

Date Title Role Director Station
15 June 1998 Stations of the Cross Ned Chaillet BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
17 March 2003 The Case of the Perfect Carer Jeremy Mortimer BBC Radio 4
10 April 2010 The Believers[1] Toby Swift BBC Radio 4 Saturday Play
30 April 2010 The Weighing Room[2] Steward Toby Swift BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
15 March 2011 Small Acts of Kindness[3] Annie Toby Swift BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
3 May 2011 Lost Property: The Wrong Label[4] Mrs Jones Jessica Dromgoole BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
17 May 2011 Lost Property: A Telegram from the Queen[5] Ella May Jessica Dromgoole BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play

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