Elizabeth Garvie
British actor
Elizabeth Garvie
Elizabeth Garvie is an English actress best known for her role as Elizabeth Bennet in the 1980 BBC dramatisation of Pride and Prejudice. Garvie was married to the actor Anton Rodgers until his death on 1 December 2007. They appeared together in the Thames Television serial 'Something In Disguise', written and dramatised by Elizabeth Jane Howard.
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Superstar's celebration of Austen - Market Rasen Today
Google News - almost 6 years
ROBERT Powell and Elizabeth Garvie team up for a Celebration of Jane Austen on Sunday, May 8. No writer, with the exception of Shakespeare, stands higher in public esteem and affection than Jane Austen. This celebration at Louth's Riverhead Theatre is
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NYTimes - almost 20 years
For a year it's been a scramble to keep track of all the Jane Austen on film and tape. Basically the problem has been that several adaptations of three of the author's six novels showed up more or less at once, beginning in late 1995. ''Persuasion,'' a film starring Susan Fleetwood, Ciaran Hinds and Amanda Root, came first. Then there was ''Sense
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TV Weekend; The Princess' Side of Life at the Palace
NYTimes - almost 24 years
American television's long affair with Britain's royal family, in sickness and in health, rolls on this Sunday and Monday at 9 P.M. with NBC's four-hour presentation of "Diana: Her True Story." This version of life at Buckingham Palace is based on the Andrew Morton best seller, which was billed as exposing countless hidden secrets. Now, Diana, the
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NYTimes - about 34 years
Edwardian Passions He is the perfect Edwardian gentleman: cultivated, well-mannered, immaculately dressed. He is also one of the most lecherous and deceitful of men. The seemingly proper Capt. Edward Ashburnham is the central character in Ford Madox Ford's best-known novel ''The Good Soldier.'' On Sunday, at 9 P.M. on WNET/Channel 13, he will be
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NYTimes - about 34 years
IN a rare departure from its miniseries format, public television's ''Masterpiece Theater'' is offering a two-hour dramatization of a famous novel in a single sitting Sunday night at 9 on WNET, Channel 13. The work is Ford Madox Ford's ''The Good Soldier,'' a book he began on his 40th birthday, in December 1913, to ''show what I could do.'' It has
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NYTimes - over 34 years
THIS is the weekend of the Wimbledon finals, and tennis fans can feast on hours of live coverage on NBC. The women's finals will be broadcast tomorrow, beginning at 9 in the morning, and the men's finals can be seen Sunday, also starting at 9 A.M. Top names such as Bjorn Borg, Ivan Lendl and Guillermo Villas are not participating, but that just may
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Elizabeth Garvie
  • 2007
    Age 50
    Garvie was married to the actor Anton Rodgers until his death on 1 December 2007.
    More Details Hide Details They appeared together in the Thames Television serial 'Something In Disguise', written and dramatised by Elizabeth Jane Howard. Miss Garvie is a Trustee of The Actors' Charitable Trust (helping children of actors) and of Denville Hall (the UK care home for elderly actors).
  • 1957
    Age 0
    Born in 1957.
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