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|Died||March 1, 2018 (aged 74)|
(m. 1974; div. 19??)
Bethany "Beth" Morris (19 July 1943 – 1 March 2018) was a Welsh actress.
Born in Gorseinon and a lifetime native of Swansea, she was probably best known for her performance as Julia Drusilla in the 1976 BBC adaptation of I, Claudius. Her career spanned from 1969 to 2004 and other notable TV credits include: Softly, Softly, Dixon of Dock Green, Blake's 7, Minder, The District Nurse and Time Trumpet.
Among her stage roles, she appeared in Bertolt Brecht's Edward II at the Round House Theatre in London.
Personal life and death
Bethan M Morris was born to in 1944 to Charles Emlyn Morris (1915-83) and Gwendoline Lillias (John) Morris (1915-2011). Morris married actor Stephen Moore in the Borough of Lewisham, London in 1974. After they divorced, she was a partner of actor Bill Nighy. She lived in Y Garn, Penllergaer, and was found dead in her home on St David's Day at the age of 74.
- Crucible of Terror (1971)
- That'll Be the Day (1973)
- Tales That Witness Madness (1973)
- Son of Dracula (1974)
Selected television roles
|1973||Seven of One||April Owen|
|1996||The Bill||Michelle Stubbs|
- Falling, Robert (14 March 2018). "Swansea actress who starred in films and top TV shows across three decades has died". Wales Online. Retrieved 4 August 2019.
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