|Born||Judith Catherine Buxton
1949 (age 67–68)
Croydon, Surrey, England
|Spouse(s)||Jeffrey Holland (m. 2004)|
She graduated from the Rose Bruford College. She then was a regular in the television series General Hospital playing nurse Katy Shaw and had a small part in The Sweeney. She joined the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1979, where she played principal roles until 1982. Her “memorable...and exceptional” performance of Iphigenia in The Greeks and Juliet in Romeo and Juliet were particularly notable. Time magazine critic T.E. Kalem wrote of her “unforgettable” portrayal of Iphigenia: “...as Buxton reaches the heartbreaking conclusion that the one life she has to give for Hellas is the noblest life to have lived, she radiates a great and unforgettable purity of spirit.”
She later worked mainly in television, playing Ruth in the television comedy On the Up, Inga, Roj Blake's cousin in Blake's Seven and Susan Protheroe in 1983's production of By The Sword Divided. In 2006 she was in the cast of a well-received UK touring production of Noël Coward’s Star Quality. She appeared in two series-three episodes of Rising Damp, as Caroline Armitage.
- I Don't Want to Be Born (1975)
- The Bawdy Adventures of Tom Jones (1976)
- Aces High (1976)
- The Likely Lads (1976)
- The Big Sleep (1978)
- Get Real (1998)
- "Index entry". FreeBMD. ONS. Retrieved 4 May 2015.
- Trowbridge, Simon (2008). "Judy Buxton". Stratfordians, a dictionary of the RSC. Oxford, England: Editions Albert Creed. p. 133. ISBN 978-0-9559830-1-6.
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