Margot Leicester

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Margot Leicester is a British actress. She has appeared in King Charles III (2014) as Camilla and was nominated for an Olivier Award for Best Actress in 1995 for Broken Glass. She is also notable for television work such as Families, The Take and Five Days.

Personal life[edit]

She is married to the director David Thacker. The couple lives with their four children in London.[1]



Year Title Role Notes
2017 Mum Pam Short film
2015 Blue Borsalino Jean Delaware Short film
2013 Full Time Vinnie's Wife Short film
2007 1408 Mrs. Innkeeper


Year Title Role Notes
2017 King Charles III Camilla TV Movie
2005 - 2016 Doctors Christine Leverty / Jane Reed /
Mrs. Reuben / Anne Morden
4 episodes
2014 New Tricks Barbara Haynes Episode: Breadcrumb
2013 Frankie Dee Olden Episode #1.5
1991 - 2010 The Bill Bridget Stone / Mrs Seaton /
Miriam Tyler / Val Kenyon /
Mrs. Scholes / Paula Goddard
7 episodes
2009 Margot Cathy TV Movie
Holby City Dawn Fisher / Norma Kilner 2 episodes
2009 The Take Lena Summers Mini-Series
Heartbeat Evelyn Page / Mrs. Eliot 2 episodes
2007 Law & Order: UK Catherine Mortimer Episode: Buried
2007 Holby Blue Kathy French Episode #1.7
2007 Five Days Hazel Betts 5 episode:
2005 MI-5 Auntie May Episode #4.3
2005 Messiah: The Harrowing Evelyn McArdle Mini-Series
2004 Midsomer Murders Kay Settingfield Episode: Sins of Commission
2004 Wire in the Blood Deborah Armstrong Episode: Right to Silence
2003 Waking the Dead Eileen Murdoch 2 episodes
1999 Harbour Lights Rita Blade 7 episode:
1998 KIng Girl Pam TV Movie
1998 Touching Evil Ann Keller 2 episodes
1998 Killer Net Meryl Griffiths Mini-Series
1998 Kavanagh QC Jeanetta Morgan Episode: Dead Reckoning
1997 Peak Practice Dr. Wellington 4 episodes
1997 Where the Heart Is Jean Alsop Episode: Summoned by Bells
1996 Hetty Wainthropp Investigates Annie Mosscrop Episode: Lost Chords
1996 Broken Glass Sylvia Gellburg PBS series Masterpiece Theatre [2]
1996 Casualty Megan Owen Episode: Night Moves
1995 Ghosts Mrs. Pearson Episode: The Chemistry Lesson
1994 Performance Mariana Episode: Measure for Measure
1994 Chandler & Co The Real Mrs. Savage Episode: Family Matters
1994 Medics Lynne Prior Episode: All in the Mind
1992 Families Jane Richard 2 episodes
1991 Perfect Scoundrels Mrs. Lawrence Episode: The Carpetbaggers
1989 The Manageress Moira Fitzgerald Episode: Collapsible Brollies
1989 Shalom Salaam Jackie's mum TV Mini-Series
1987 Pack of Lies Thelma TV Movie (CBS)
Crown Court Clerk of Court / Jury Foreman 2 episodes
1978 Sense of Place Marty Episode: From the Roots Came the Rapper
1977 The XYY Man Nancy Watkins Episode: When We Were Very Greedy
1975 Second City Firsts Lucy Rainmarsh Episode: Waiting at the Field Gate


Year Title Playwright Role Venue
2017 Seventeen[3][4] Matthew Whittet Emilia Hammersmith Lyric Theatre
2016 The Winter's Tale William Shakespeare Paulina Octagon Theatre, Bolton
2014 King Charles III Mike Bartlett Camilla Almeida and Wyndham theatres[5]
2006 Coriolanus William Shakespeare Volumnia Globe Theatre
2002 The Lucky Ones[6] Charlotte Eilenberg Anna Mosenthal Hampstead Theatre
2002 Richard II William Shakespeare Lyttelton Theatre
1994 Broken Glass Arthur Miller Sylvia Gellburg Lyttelton Theatre[7][8]
1993 The Last Yankee Arthur Miller Patricia Hamilton Duke of York's Theatre[9]
1986 Antony and Cleopatra William Shakespeare Charmian Haymarket Theatre[10]
1985 Macbeth William Shakespeare Crucible Theatre, South Yorkshire
1988 An Enemy of the People Henrik Ibsen (Arthur Miller's translation) Playhouse Theatre
1978 Snapshots Rony Robinson Theatre Royal Stratford East
1973 Armstrong's Last Goodnight John Arden Northcott Theatre
1973 Judge Jeffreys Christopher Bond Northcott Theatre
1973 The Owl and the Pussycat Went to See Sheila Ruskin and David Wood Northcott Theatre


  1. ^ "How We Met : Dadid Thacker and Arthur Miller". Independent. 1995-04-29. Retrieved 2018-05-11.
  2. ^ Broken Glass, accessed December 19, 2016
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  7. ^ Bigsby, C. W. E., "The last plays", The Cambridge Companion to Arthur Miller, Cambridge University Press, 2010, ISBN 0521768748, p. 181
  8. ^ Rosenthal, Daniel. "Arthur Miller's 'Broken Glass' reveals his private sorrows" The Independent, 22 September 2010
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External links[edit]

Margot Leicester on IMDb