Jacqueline Defferary is a British actress. She is married to actor Alasdair Craig.
Film and television
In 1995 she appeared in two sitcoms starring Rowan Atkinson, in the Mr. Bean episode "Tee Off, Mr. Bean" she played a woman in a laundrette, and in The Thin Blue Line episode titled "Yuletide Spirit" she played a homeless woman. The same year she was in an episode of the Gerry Anderson television series Space Precinct. In 1997 she appeared in the short-lived BBC sitcom A Perfect State.
In 1997 she had a role in Cadfael (Season 3, Episode 2, "St Peter's Fair"), and also played "Cicely" in the comedy sketch "Look Listen & Take Heed - Women Keep Your Virtue" on Harry Enfield and Chums.
She originated the role of Sally in the stage play Cleo, Camping, Emmanuelle and Dick (based on the Carry On series of films), and played the role again in 2000 for its television adaptation, renamed Cor, Blimey!.
In 2001 she starred in the Urban Gothic episode "The End". 2006 saw her feature in Elizabeth David: A Life in Recipes. In 2009 she appeared as Mrs Taylor in four episodes of the BBC One soap opera EastEnders.
As well as screen roles, Defferary has also starred in a number of theatrical productions including The Rivals and The Comedy of Errors, both for the Royal Shakespeare Company. And for the Royal National Theatre she has appeared in Welcome to Thebes and Cleo, Camping, Emmanuelle and Dick among others.
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- "Push Up". The Royal Court Theatre. 2 March 2002. Archived from the original on 26 April 2004. Retrieved 10 April 2016.
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