Barbara Leigh-Hunt

Barbara Leigh-Hunt

  • Born on
    • December 14th, 1935
Barbara Leigh-Hunt is a British actress. Her numerous theatre credits include Broadway productions of Hamlet (1958) and Sherlock Holmes (1974), and she won the 1993 Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actress for the National Theatre production of An Inspector Calls. Her film appearances include Frenzy (1972), Henry VIII and His Six Wives (1972), Bequest to the Nation (1973) and Billy Elliot (2000).


Acting (10 Credits)

2004Vanity Fair as Lady Bareacres
2002Bertie and Elizabeth as Lady Mabel Airlie
2001The Martins as Mrs Heath
2000Billy Elliot as Vice-Principal
2000Longitude as Dodo Gould
1997A Merry War as Mrs. Wisbeach
1982The Plague Dogs as Farmer's Wife (voice)
1980Oh Heavenly Dog as Margaret
1972Frenzy as Brenda Margaret Blaney
1972Henry VIII and His Six Wives as Catherine Parr


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