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Joyce Redman

Joyce Redman

Redman was primarily a stage actress, although many of her productions were in the provinces, not on the London stage. She appeared on occasion with the Old Vic Company. In 1949, she co-starred as Anne Boleyn to Rex Harrison's Henry VIII in Maxwell Anderson's "Anne of the Thousand Days" and later in her career played Mrs. Higgins to Peter O'Toole's Henry Higgins in George Bernard Shaw's "Pygmalion." More recently, she was in support of Judi Dench in David Hare's acclaimed "Amy's View" (1997).On TV, Redman made an early appearance on the BBC in the ninety minute drama "Men of Darkness" (1948) and the following year first appeared on American TV in "NBC Repertory Theatre." Redman was Sophie Dupin in the 1975 BBC production of "Notorious Woman" (aired on the USA on PBS' "Masterpiece Theatre") and played Magliorie in the 1978 CBS version of "Les Miserables." She was among the suspects in Agatha Christie's "The Seven Dials Mystery" (syndicated, 1981), and, more recently, co-starred in "The Rector's Wife" (PBS, 1994) and was the mother of a suspected murderer in "Prime Suspect: The Scent of Darkness" (PBS, 1996).
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