Petra Markham

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Petra Markham
Born (1944-03-17) 17 March 1944 (age 70)
Prestbury, Cheshire, England, UK
Nationality British
Occupation Actor
Years active 1964–present
Spouse(s) David Walsh
Parents David Markham (deceased)
Olive Dehn (deceased)
Relatives Kika Markham (sister)
Roger Lloyd-Pack
(brother-in-law)

Petra Markham (born 17 March 1944[1]) is a British theatre, television and film actress. She is a daughter of actor David Markham and writer Olive Dehn (1914–2007). She has three sisters: actress Kika Markham, Sonia Markham and Jehane Markham.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Television Appearances[edit]

  • Z Cars episode "First Foot" (1964) - Elizabeth Cooper
  • The Children of the New Forest (1964) - Alice Beverley
  • Doctor Who - The Crusade (1965) - Safiya
  • Armchair Theatre episode "Barrett Keller: His Mark" (1966) - Dinky
  • Shotgun (1966) - Vicky
  • The Wednesday Play episode "Ape and Essence" (1966) - Loola
  • Play of the Month episode "Girls in Uniform" (1967) - Edelgard
  • Softly Softly: episode "An Eye for an Eye" (1967) - Marie Berry
  • Z Cars episodes "Vigilance: Part 1 and Part 2" (1968) - Jill Scanlon
  • Curry and Chips "Episode No.1.2" (1969) - Norman's daughter
  • Detective episode "Hunt the Peacock" (1969) - Renee
  • The First Lady episode "A Banner with a Strange Device" (1969)
  • Ryan International episode "Pirouette" (1970)
  • Albert and Victoria (1970) - Lydia Hackett
  • Follyfoot episode "The Standstill Horse" (1971) - Ginny Tuckwood
  • Thirty-Minute Theatre episodes "Not Just For An Hour" (1966), "Something for the Children" (1971) - René
  • Ace of Wands (1972) - Mikki Diamond (20 episodes)
  • Public Eye episode "The Trouble with Jenny" (1973) - Jenny Wellard
  • Thriller episode "A Killer in Every Corner" (1974) - Helga
  • Ripping Yarns episode "The Testing of Eric Olthwaite" (1977) - Enid Bag
  • After Julius (1978)
  • Angels (1983, episodes No.9.12, No.9.22, No.9.24) - Felicity
  • Bergerac episode "Sins of the Fathers" (1985) - Suzie Borden
  • Love's Labour's Lost (1985) - Katharine
  • Aliens in the Family (1987) - Pet
  • The Bill episode "Tourist Trap" (1989) - Mrs. Belcham
  • The Ruth Rendell Mysteries episode "Some Lie and Some Die" (1990) - hotel receptionist
  • EastEnders (1993) - Rose Chapman (13 episodes)
  • Peak Practice episode "Coming Out" (1995) - Cissy Banks
  • Rich Deceiver (1995) - Bella Beasley
  • Plotlands (1997) - Grace Foster
  • Doctors episode "Post Mortem" (2007) - Penny Cable

References[edit]

  1. ^ birth registered 1st quarter (Jan, Feb, Mar) 1944
  2. ^ Nicholas Tucker, "Obituary. Olive Dehn: Poet and children's writer", The Independent, 7 April 2007

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