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"Best associated with portraying the role of Abby Grant in the BBC series Survivors in 1975"? Nonsense. Only sci-fi geeks have heard of that. Please try to remember, things like that are, in reality, only remembered by a minority, I know they congregate on the Internet but if Wikipedia is to be truly impartial, it should reflect this. Regarding SF/fantasy cobblers as the most important thing in an experienced actor's career is a new form of philistinism.
In the real world, if you're in a group of people and Ms Seymour appears on screen, the thing most people know her from is the Steptoe movie. Also, Take Three Girls was very popular in its time, having a far wider appeal than nerdy-boy sci-fi. And at the time, her reviews for The Ruling Class predicted an outstanding future and compared her to Glenda Jackson -- mind you, sci-fi obsessives probably don't know who Jackson is. Dolmance (talk) 20:58, 21 July 2009 (UTC)
Because it says "selective filmography", didn't know if I should put the Mass Effect Series in or not. Not going to until I get an okay, so...response? — Preceding unsigned comment added by DETHREAPER (talk • contribs) 02:48, 12 March 2012 (UTC)