Lois Baxter

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Lois Baxter
Born Lois Ann Baxter
(1947-04-26) 26 April 1947 (age 67)
Bridgwater, Somerset, England, UK
Occupation Actress
Parents Dr John Baxter
Christine D Baxter (née Arkens)

Lois Baxter is a British actress, best known for playing Marie Stanton in Coronation Street from 1976 to 1977, and Lady Caroline in the period drama When the Boat Comes In.

Other appearances include: The Black Stuff, Spyder's Web, Within These Walls, Hadleigh, Z-Cars, Doctor Who (in the serial The Androids of Tara), Dickens of London, All Creatures Great and Small, Bergerac, Dempsey and Makepeace, Holby City and The Bill. She has guest-starred in the audio dramas Sapphire and Steel: Cruel Immortality, Circular Time and The Adolescence of Time.

Lois was born in Bridgwater, Somerset on 26 April 1947, the daughter of Dr John Baxter and Christine D Baxter (née Arkens). The family later moved to Worthen in Shropshire where John was a GP for many years. Lois attended Shrewsbury High School from 1951–1959 when she left for boarding school.

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