Annabel Leventon (born in Hertfordshire, England) is an English actress who has acted in various roles on stage and television.While reading English at the University of Oxford she made several appearances at the Oxford Playhouse and toured France as Desdemona in the Oxford University Dramatic Society's production of Othello. She then joined the Fourbeats pop group, played at the Edinburgh Festival and continued in various other OUDS productions.On obtaining her BA she gained a grant to LAMDA and made her professional stage debut in Leicester. In December 1967 she left for America where she joined Tom O' Horgan's La Mama Troupe in New York and worked with them for seven months before returning to Britain. She was in the original London cast of Hair in 1968 at the Shaftesbury Theatre, which was also directed by Tom O'Horgan. She has also appeared in the original London production of The Rocky Horror Show.Her first TV appearance was in The White Rabbit in 1967, and she went on to appear in ITV Playhouse (1969), Comedy Playhouse (1972), Dixon of Dock Green (1974), The New Avengers (1976), Van der Valk (1977), Penmarric (1979), Minder (1982), Crown Court (1974-1982), Alas Smith and Jones (1984), Mussolini: The Untold Story (1985), Dempsey and Makepeace (1986), Boon (1987), Bergerac (1989), A Touch of Frost (1992), Casualty (1995), London Bridge (1998), North Square (2000), Doctors (2004), Ian Fleming: Bondmaker (2005), Lennon Naked (2010), and New Tricks (2011). She played the journalist and social campaigner Marjorie Wallace in the 1979 BBC Emmy Award winning drama On Giant's Shoulders.Her film credits include roles in Some Like It Sexy (1969), Le Mur de l'Atlantique (1970), Every Home Should Have One (1970), The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975), Real Life (1984), Defence of the Realm (1986), M. Butterfly (1993), Wimbledon (2004) and A Royal Night Out (2015). In 2013 Leventon appeared in the role of Constance, the Madwoman of the Flea Market, in the British premiere of Jerry Herman's Dear World at the Charing Cross Theatre in London's West End. She is the author of The Real Rock Follies: The Great Girl Band Rip-Off of 1976, which was released in 2017.