Rosemary Leach Biography (1935-)



Born December 18, 1935 (some sources say 1925), in Much Wenlock, England; daughter of Sidney (a teacher) and Mary Eileen (a teacher; maiden name, Parker)Leach; married Colin Starkey (an actor), November 3, 1981. Education:Attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Addresses: Agent--William Morris Agency, 31-32 Soho Square, London WIV 5DG, England. Career: Actress. Made stage debut with the Amersham Repertory Theatre, Amersham,U.K., 1955; appeared with repertory companies in Coventry, Birmingham, and Liverpool, 1955-59. Awards, Honors: British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award nomination, best supporting actress, 1974, for That'llBe the Day; Society of West End Theatres Award nomination, best supporting performance, 1977, for Just between Ourselves; Olivier Award, best actress, 1981, for 84 Charing Cross Road; British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award nomination, best actress in a supporting role, 1987, forA Room with a View. Addresses: Agent: William Morris Agency, 31-32 Soho Square, London WIV 5DG, England.

Favorite roles: Rosemary Leach informed CTFT that she does nothave a favorite role, but she "enjoyed playing Helene Hanff in 84 CharingCross Road, Lettice Douffet in Lettice and Lovage, and Adelaide inGuys and Dolls." In addition, she stated, "[I] prefer theatre and radio to other media."

Nationality
English
Gender
Female
Occupation
Actress
Birth Details
December 18, 1935
Much Wenlock, England

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