Freda Jackson

Freda Jackson

  • Born on
    • December 29th, 1909
  • Died on
    • October 10th, 1990
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Freda Maud Jackson (29 December 1907 – 20 October 1990) was an English stage actress who also worked in film and TV. Born in Nottingham, she was famous for her stage role as the cruel landlady Mrs. Voray in the play No Room at the Inn in the mid-1940s; she appeared in the film adaptation of 1948. Her later screen roles were mostly on TV, including a role on the first episode of Adam Adamant Lives and on Blake's 7. Her final film appearance was in 1981; she died nine years later in Northampton, aged 82. She was married to the artist Henry Bird. She "was reputed to have had a relationship" with Errol Flynn while both were at the Northampton Repertory Theatre. Description above from the Wikipedia article Freda Jackson, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


Acting (12 Credits)

1981Clash of the Titans as A Stygian Witch
1969The Valley of Gwangi as Tia Zorina
1965Die, Monster, Die! as Letitia Witley
1964The Third Secret as Mrs Bales
1963Tom Jones as Mrs. Seagrim
1961The Shadow of the Cat as Clara
1960The Brides of Dracula as Greta
1958A Tale of Two Cities as Vengeance
1954The Good Die Young as Mrs. Freeman
1946Great Expectations as Mrs. Joe
1944A Canterbury Tale as Prudence Honeywood
1944Henry V as Mistress Quickly

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