Amanda Walker

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Amanda Walker
Born (1935-11-29) November 29, 1935 (age 83)
OccupationActress
Years active1959–present

Amanda Walker (born November 29, 1935) is an English film and television actress, notable for roles in 28 Weeks Later,[1] Heat and Dust,[2] Pollyanna and Churchill and the Generals.

In 1990, she appeared in the Agatha Christie's Poirot episode "The Cornish Mystery", an adaptation of Agatha Christie's short story of the same name.[3]

She is the daughter of Madeleine Christie.[4]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1983 Heat and Dust Lady Mackleworth
1985 A Room with a View The Cockney Signora
1994 Nostradamus Mme. Scalinger
1996 The English Patient Lady Hampton
2000 Seven Days to Live Elizabeth Farrell
2007 28 Weeks Later Sally
2010 Bad Night for the Blues Elizabeth Short
2012 Cloud Atlas Veronica

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1960 ITV Play of the Week Judy Cherry "Flowering Cherry"
1962 Studio 4 Mary Turner "The Grass Is Singing"
1965 Jury Room Jessie McLachlan "The Sandyford Mystery"
1965 Dr. Finlay's Casebook Henny Geddes "Medical Finance"
1966 Dr. Finlay's Casebook Maggie Strachan "The Anxious Man"
1966 Mystery and Imagination The Voice "The Open Door"
1966 The Heart of Midlothian Jeanie Deans TV film
1966 The Dark Number Rachel Ferguson "1.1"
1966 Macbeth Lady Macduff TV film
1967 Conflict Queen Isabel "Richard II"
1967 Champion House Miss Parr "The One That Got Away"
1969 The Expert Mrs. Arnold "The Sardonic Smile"
1970 Codename Marcadio "The Alpha Men"
1970 Play for Today Madge "Robin Redbreast"
1971 Doomwatch Sister Trewin "The Iron Doctor"
1972 Upstairs, Downstairs Mrs. Pinkerton "A Voice from the Past"
1972 The Strauss Family Therese "Hetti", "Adele", "Lili"
1972–73 Adam Smith Peggy Houston TV series
1973 The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club Nurse Armstrong "Execution Day"
1974 The ITV Play Miss Pierce "The Liberation of Eileen"
1975 Rooms Helen "Reg: Parts 1 & 2"
1976 Clayhanger Miss Dayson "Hilda"
1976 Sutherland's Law Christine Darrach "Shades of Black"
1976 Second City Firsts Anne Bredin "Summer Season"
1977 Out of Bounds Mrs. Parkin "1.1", "1.2", "1.4", "1.5"
1979 The Mill on the Floss Gritty Moss TV miniseries
1979 Churchill and the Generals Queen Elizabeth TV film
1982 Claire Scotty TV miniseries
1983 Pictures Mrs. Chase "1.4"
1986 Shades of Darkness Madame Paillot "Agatha Christie's The Last Séance"
1986 Blood Red Roses Ella "Anger and War", "Boadicea vs. the Roman Empire", "The Slippery Slope"
1987 Intimate Contact Pamela "1.1", "1.4"
1987 The New Statesman Mrs. Selway "Three Line Whipping"
1988 The Woman He Loved Betty Lawson-Johnson TV film
1988 Beryl Markham: A Shadow on the Sun Nurse Graham TV film
1989 Shadow of the Noose Mrs. Hutchins "An Alien Shore"
1989 No Strings Mrs. King "On Such a Night as This", "Just a Bowl of Cherries"
1989 Norbert Smith: A Life Mrs. Wilson TV film
1989 Wild Flowers Panama Hat TV film
1990 Agatha Christie's Poirot Mrs. Pengelley "The Cornish Mystery"
1991 4 Play Mrs. F. "Deptford Graffiti"
1991 The Ruth Rendell Mysteries Debbie Davidson "From Doon with Death: Parts 1 & 2"
1992 Medics Molly Gifford "2.1"
1992 Kinsey Sheila "Heads and Tails", "Drop Shot"
1992 Charles and Diana: Unhappily Ever After Queen Elizabeth II TV film
1993 All or Nothing at All Mrs. Lederman "1.2"
1994 The Bill Rita Little "The Sixth Age"
1994 Dandelion Dead Bessie TV miniseries
1996 Hetty Wainthropp Investigates Miss Apthwaite "Safe as Houses"
1996 Bramwell Mrs. Johnson "2.8"
1997 Hamish Macbeth Barbara Scott "Deferred Sentence"
1997 Heartbeat Jean Clarke "Substitute"
1997 A Dance to the Music of Time Mrs. Conyers "The Thirties"
1997–98 The New Adventures of Robin Hood Mortiana "The Legion", "The Sceptre", "A Date with Destiny"
1999 City Central Joan Harrison "Blue Legume"
1999 The Passion Marjorie TV miniseries
1999 Midsomer Murders Edwina "Dead Man's Eleven"
1999 Dalziel and Pascoe Mavis Marsh "Recalled to Life"
1999 The Bill F.M.E. Sally Tulcan "Ring-a-Ring O'Roses"
2000 Masterpiece Mrs. Ransome "The Railway Children"
2000 Fish Barbara Willis Regular role
2000 Peak Practice Elaine Deneley "Lonely Hearts: Part 2"
2000 Daylight Robbery Doreen "2.3"
2001 Hearts and Bones Olive Piper "2.4"
2001 Doctors Mary Briggs "Caring for Mary"
2001 Midsomer Murders Gwen "Tainted Fruit"
2002 Heartbeat Mrs. Sinclair "Caught in the Headlights"
2002 Foyle's War Lady Bannerman "The White Feather"
2003 Pollyanna Widow Benton TV film
2003 Strange Mrs. Fortune "Dubik"
2003 My Family Patricia Hall "Sixty Feet Under"
2004 Murphy's Law Mary "Convent"
2005 Doctors Beryl Curtis "Relative Stress"
2006 Holby City Hilda Sutton "Conscience"
2010 Doctors Edie Markell "Mystery at Moot Point"
2013 Holby City Winifred Hinton "Friends Like You"
2014 Doctors Grace Alexander "Special"
2014 The Missing Woman on Bus "Eden", "Molly"
2017 Doctors Gwen Bempton "Golden Boy"
2017 Sense8 Aunt Kirsty "Isolated Above, Connected Below"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Grey, Tobias (14 August 2009). "The Arty Horror Picture Show". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 6 November 2014.
  2. ^ "Merchant Ivory Productions - Heat and Dust". Retrieved 6 November 2014.
  3. ^ ""Agatha Christie's Poirot" The Cornish Mystery (TV Episode 1990)". IMDb. Retrieved 6 August 2016.
  4. ^ "Madeleine Christie". Herald Scotland. 3 February 1996. Retrieved 6 November 2014.

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