Jane Wenham (actress)
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|Born||Ann Jane Wenham Figgins
26 November 1927
Southampton, Hampshire, England, UK
|Years active||1954 - 1992 and 2010|
|Spouse(s)||Albert Finney (1957-1961)|
Jane Wenham (born 26 November 1927) is an English actress.
She was born Jane Figgins in Southampton, Hampshire and led a long career in film, television and the stage. She made her film debut in the adaptation of J. B. Priestley's An Inspector Calls (1954). From 1957 to 1961 she was married to the actor Albert Finney, nine years her junior, by whom she has a son, Simon, who is a cameraman.
|1954||An Inspector Calls||Eva Smith|
|The Teckman Mystery||Ruth Wade|
|Make Me an Offer||Dobbie|
|1953||Who Dotes Yet Doubts||Carol Airdley||TV Movie|
|1954-1956||Sunday Night Theatre||Luciana/Nerissa/Nellie Moore||7 episodes|
|1960||An Age of Kings||Elizabeth Woodville/Lady Elizabeth Grey/Queen Elizabeth||4 episodes|
|Persuasion||Mrs Smith||1 episode|
|1963||The Spread of the Eagle||Portia|
|1967||The Wednesday Play||Monica Bryant||(episode:Dismissal Leading to Lustfulness)|
|1970||ITV Playhouse||Judy Trotter/Avis Mallows||2 episodes|
|1976||Porridge||Mrs. Jamieson||(episode:The Desperate Hours)|
|1977||Last of the Summer Wine||Lydia, the Vicar's Wife||(episode:Jubilee)|
|1979||ITV Playhouse||Nelma||(episode:The Winkler)|
|Testament of Youth||Mrs Brittain|
|1980||Enemy at the Door||Louise Gardner||(episode:War Game)|
|1981||Bergerac||Edith Furneaux||(episode:Campaign for Silence)|
|1986||Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna||Sophie||TV Movie|
|1991||The Darling Buds of May||Aunt Bridget||(episode: When the Green Woods Laugh: Part 1)|
|1992||Inspector Morse||Judith Haines||(episode: The Death of the Self)|
|2010||Downton Abbey||Mrs. Bates||1 episode|
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- "The Sentimental Mr. Coward Puts Wilde to Music". The Age. Australia, Victoria, Melbourne. July 17, 1954. p. 15. Retrieved December 28, 2016 – via Newspapers.com.
- "Bard's Yarn Comes True". The Salt Lake Tribune. Utah, Salt Lake City. Associated Press. December 16, 1961. p. 25. Retrieved December 28, 2016 – via Newspapers.com.
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