Marji Campi

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Marji Campi is a British actress, best known for playing Joyce Watson in Surgical Spirit between 1989 and 1995; and Jessie Hilton in Brookside, from 1998 to 2002. Her stage experience includes work at Chester, Colchester, Hull and in various London venues. She reprised her role as Shirley Valentine (Hull, Colchester) at the English-Speaking Theatre in Frankfurt.

Other parts include Dulcie Froggatt in Coronation Street from 1984 to 1987; and subsequently roles in (to date) Heartbeat, Doctors, The Bill, Casualty and Where the Heart Is.

She was also involved in a storyline in EastEnders as Evie Brown in December 2006.

In 1967, she appeared in seven live-transmission episodes of Z-Cars.

She trained as an actress at East 15 Acting School.

Recent television includes guesting on The Impressions Show and a role in the hit comedy Way to Go. Recent stage includes Martha in Arsenic and Old Lace at Salisbury Playhouse (2009) and the twin roles of Barbara/Dorothy in Country Life (London, 2010, revival, London, 2011, and in a radio version).

Her latest stage appearance was in Spring 2013 as Betty in A Passionate Woman by Kay Mellor.

2016 in Cold Feet as Barbara Blythe, mother of Jenny Gifford.

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