Jane Downs

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Jane Downs
Born Jane M. Downs
22 January 1935
Bromley, Kent, England, UK
Died 20 May 2015 (aged 80)
Spouse(s) Gerald Harper (m. 1975, divorced),
Terence Alexander (1976–2009)

Jane M. Downs (22 January 1935 – 20 May 2015) was an English actress.[1]


Jane Downs was born 22 January 1935 in Bromley, Kent, England. Downs started her career in the theatre. She died in May 2015 at the age of 80.[2] Downs also in a cameo role as Daisy a new resident in Waitng for God(TV Series)

Film and Television
Year Film Role Notes
1958 A Night to Remember Mrs Sylvia Lightoller
1960 Emergency – Ward 10 Audrey Blake / Audrey Dawson
1961 Sword of Freedom Violetta TV episode "Violetta"
1965 Darling Julie
1990 Jeeves and Wooster Lady Delia Glossop "Jeeves Takes Charge", "Pearls Mean Tears", "Kidnapped!"
1991 Bergerac Petra Crowe-Smith "All For Love"
1993 Heartbeat Edna Plummer "Missing"
Mask of the Phantasm Additional Voices Voice
1996 Pie in the Sky Traffic Reporter
2003 Midsomer Murders Dixie Goff "A Talent for Life", (final television appearance)
Year Production Role Notes
1962 Boeing-Boeing Judith Apollo Theatre in London, with Patrick Cargill, David Tomlinson, Andree Melly, Carole Shelley and Carmel McSharry[3]
1982 Way Upstream Mrs Hatfield Lyttelton Theatre


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