Born September 10, 1927, in London, England; died February 6, 1994, in London, England. Actress. Watford began performing on the London stage in 1945. Fornearly fifty years, she appeared in various West End productions, includingNo Room at the Inn, The Queen and the Rebels, Henry IV Part I, Howard's End,The Corn Is Green, and All's Well That Ends Well. Although the majority of her performances were for the theater, beginning in 1957, Watford began workingfor television, appearing in such productions as Don't Forget to Write and Relatively Speaking. She also performed in several feature films. In 1981, shewon the Society of West End Theatre Award for Present Laughter, and she wastwice named Actress of the Year for her television work.