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Jenny Seagrove

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jennifer Ann Seagrove (born 4 July 1957 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaya - now Malaysia) is an English actress. She trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and rose to fame playing the lead in a TV dramatisation of Barbara Taylor Bradford's A Woman of Substance and the 1983 film Local Hero. She is now well known in the character of Jo Mills in the long-running BBC drama series Judge John Deed (2001–07). Her credits as a voiceover artist include a series of Waitrose television advertisements. Description above from the Wikipedia article Jenny Seagrove, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Jul 4, 1957 In Kuala Lumpur, Malaya
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First Appeared:
In the movie A Shocking Accident 1982-10-01
Latest Project:
Movie Another Mother's Son 2017-03-24
Known For
Poster of Another Mother's Son
Poster of Nate and Hayes
Movie Another Mother's Son Louisa Gould 2017-03-24
Series Lewis Unknown 2007-02-18
Movie Zoe Cecilia 2001-01-24
Series Judge John Deed Jo Mills 2001-01-09
Series Richard & Judy Unknown 2001-11-26
Movie Don't Go Breaking My Heart Suzanne Brody 1999-02-12
Movie Sherlock Holmes: Incident at Victoria Falls Lillie Langtry 1992-05-24
Movie The Guardian Camilla 1990-04-27
Movie Bullseye! Heath Club Receptionist and Girl with John Cleese 1990-11-02
Movie Magic Moments Melanie James 1989-03-19
Movie A Chorus of Disapproval 1989-08-18
Movie Appointment with Death Dr. Sarah King 1988-04-15
Movie Sherlock Holmes: The Sign of Four Mary Morstan 1987-03-07
Series Casualty Summer 1986-09-05
Series Hold the Dream Paula Fairley 1986-10-27
Movie In Like Flynn Terri McLane 1985-08-14
Series Sherlock Holmes Miss Mary Morstan 1984-04-24
Series Diana 1984-01-12
Series The Hitchhiker Unknown 1983-11-01
Movie Nate and Hayes Sophie 1983-11-18
Movie A Shocking Accident 1982-10-01
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