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English actress Sharon Maughan was born in Liverpool and for the early part of her career (up until the mid 1980’s) was known as Sharon Mughan (her birth name). Had lots of decent TV roles in the 1970’s and early 1980’s before settling into the occasional character part, including guest spots in in the occasional US series during the 1990’s and a long running series of coffee ads.

Maughan has been long time married to fellow actor Trevor Eve (since 1 March 1980) and is the mother of actress Alice Eve. In 2003 she served as executive producer on a TV production of Twelfth Night. Between 2008 and 2015 she was a guest panelist on daytime show Loose Women.

Born 22 June 1950 in Liverpool, England, UK

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1971: Eyeless in Gaza: With Inward Eyes Illuminated as Maid
1972: The Last of the Baskets: Since Then I Have Used No Other as
1972:: The Organization: Veronica and Mr Pulman as Rosemary
1972:: Z Cars: Sweet Girl as Girl
1973: Justice: Malicious Damage as Jenny Pargeter
1973: Shabby Tiger (Series) as Rachel Rosing
1974: Orson Welles Great Mysteries: A Time To Remember as Carol
1974: Dial M For Murder: If You Knew Suzie as Suzie
1975: The Loner: Dawson’s Connection as Miss Douglas
1975: The Main Chance (Series) as Inge Lindstrom
1976: Huggy Bear (Play) as Janine Lassoo
1976: Angels: Signals as Mrs Paget
1978: Return of the Saint: The NIghtmare Man as Carmela
1980: The Enigma Files (Series) as Kate Burton
1981: The Flame Trees of Thika (Series) as Lettice
1983: Dombey and Son (Serial) as Edith Dombey
1983-1985: By the Sword Divided (Series) as Anne Lacey Fletcher
1986: Macgyver: A Prisoner of Conscience as Maria Karsoff
1987: Truckers: Shoot, If You’ll Pardon My French as Amanda Robinson
1989: Inspector Morse: Deceived by Flight as Kate Donn
1989: A Fine Romance: Double Indignity as Priscilla/Prudence
1989: Hannay: The Good Samaritan as Dore Nicholson
1991: Cluedo: Fatal Distraction as Marie Ann Kray
1991: The Ruth Rendell Mysteries: A New Lease of Death as Imogen Ide
1992: Murder, She Wrote: Tinker, Tailor, Liar, Thief as Penelope Caldwell
1999: Felicity: Assassins as Professor Beisner
2000: Cinderella (TV Movie) as Queen Seraphina
2000: The Bill: The Trial of Eddie Santini as Alex Dunbar Q.C.
2001: Heartbeat: Sylvia’s Mother as Ursula Donne
2001: Casualty: Kindness of Strangers as Victoria Bevins
2002: Nice Guy Eddie Episode 7 as Christine
2003-2006: Holby City (Series) as Tricia Williams
2005: Casualty @ Holby City: Test Your Metal as Tricia Williams
2009: Inspector George Gently: Gently With the Innocents as Laura Fenwick
2009: Waking the Dead: Magdalene 26 as Elizabeth/Michelle
2011: Kidnap and Ransom (Series) as Jane Wickham
2011: The Family Firm (TV Movie) as Vanessa Fraser Barr (also executive produced)
2011: Celebrity Masterchef as Herself

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1979: Home Before Midnight as Helen Owen
1993: Another Stakeout as Barbara Burnside
1997: Stiletto (Short film)
2008: The Bank Job as Sonia Bern
2010: She’s Out of My League as Mrs McCleish
2010: Study After Cruel Intentions (Short film)
2012: The Babymakers as Dr Roberts
2014: Death of a Farmer as Nora
2014: Flying Home as Mother Colin
2014: Timelapse as Dr Heidecker
2015: The Atticus Institute
2017: Untitled (A Film) as Lucy
2018: The Brits Are Coming as Lady Victoria
2018: White Chamber

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Actor Chad Everett got his fist big break co-starring on “The Dakotas,” an ABC western in 1963.

Everett — the real handle is Raymond Lee Cramton— was born in South Bend, Indiana on 11 June 1936, and reared in Dearborn and Detroit. He decided to become an actor, when he was 18 and he said “as it happened, my mature decision coincides with my immature decision.”

His early stage experience was in high school plays, and his interest in dramatics continued while he was a student at Wayne University in Detroit. He took a fling at Broadway, didn’t make much of a dent there but did attract the attention of Hollywood and was signed into the Warner Bros, stable of fresh young faces. This meant roles in such memorable series as “Bronco,” “Surfside Six,” “Hawaiian Eye” and “Lawman,” but it also meant some movie breaks. The offer of the starring role in his best known series “Medical Center” came in October 1969 when he was in England making a “Journey to the Unknown” segment.

He died 24 July 2012.

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2011: Chemistry as Victor Strathmore
2000: Manhattan, AZ as Jake Manhattan
1994: McKenna as Jack McKenna
1983: The Rousters as Wyatt Earp III
1980: Hagen as Paul Hagan
1978: Centennial as Major Maxwell Mercy
1969: Medical Center as Dr. Joe Gannon
1963: The Dakotas as Deputy Del Stark

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