Lynsey Baxter

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Lynsey Baxter
Born (1959-05-07) 7 May 1959 (age 55)[1]
London, England

Lynsey Baxter is an English actress. Born in London, she began as a child actress in 1974 and later trained at Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA). She has worked in theatre, television, film, radio and voiceover.

Baxter trained in reflexology in 1998, while appearing in the television series Dangerfield, and in her spare time worked in hospitals.[2] Additionally she is reported to be a trained remedial masseuse and transpersonal counsellor.[3]

Theatre[edit]

Filmography[edit]

Radio[edit]

  • Kind Hearts and Coronets, BBC Radio (1995), as Sybella
  • Abelard and Heloise, BBC Radio (1999)[3]

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ England & Wales, Birth Index: 1915-2005 [database on-line] Original data: General Register Office. England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes
  2. ^ A Question of Health dated 1998 at thefreelibrary.com
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h Biography at TV.com
  4. ^ Next of Kin by John Hopkins, The National Theatre, The Old Vic, 2 May 1974 at haroldpinter.org
  5. ^ Otis L. Guernsey, The Best plays of 1973-1974 (Dodd, Mead, 1974), p. 108
  6. ^ Punch, vol. 269 (1975), p. 66:"Peter Bennett as Julius's elderly gentleman friend and Lynsey Baxter as a teeny-bopper..."
  7. ^ The Listener vol. 94 (British Broadcasting Corporation, 1975), p. 57
  8. ^ Patrick Miles, Chekhov on the British stage (1993), p. 246
  9. ^ a b Ian Herbert, Christine Baxter, Robert E. Finley, Who's who in the theatre: a biographical record, Vol. 2 (1981), pp. 54, 92
  10. ^ Punch, vol. 276 (1979), p. 322
  11. ^ Plays & Players, Issue 26, p. 3
  12. ^ South African Digest (South African Information Service Dept. of Information, 1980)
  13. ^ 1981 Heartbreak House at royalexchange.co.uk
  14. ^ Country Life, vol. 169, (Country Life, Ltd., 1981), p. 1485
  15. ^ Jean Cocteau, Les parents terribles (Nick Hern Books, 1994, new translation), p. xviii

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