Jane Wymark
English actor
Jane Wymark
Jane Wymark is an English actress. The daughter of actor Patrick Wymark (1926–1970), she is best known for playing Morwenna Chynoweth Whitworth (Morwenna Carne at the closure of the series) in the 1970s BBC television period drama Poldark (1977), and more recently as Joyce Barnaby (1997-2011) in the ITV detective series Midsomer Murders. She appeared in UK television dramas such as The Bass Player and the Blonde, A Touch of Frost, Dangerfield, Lovejoy and Pie in the Sky.
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Sleeping Beauty - fantastical, magical, make-believe world of ballet
Goole Courier - almost 5 years
My First … Sleeping Beauty, Grand Opera House York THE My First ... ballets by English National Ballet in partnership with English National Ballet School bring youngsters their first taste of the fantastical, magical, make-believe world of ballet. My First Sleeping Beauty is an enchanted world of castles and curses, forests and fairies, adapted especially for the whole family by choreographer Matthew Hart. Tchaikovsky’s gorgeous waltz-filled music includes the tune made famous as Once Upon A Dream in Disney’s version, and gives children a recognisable link into the world of professional ballet. But here’s the secret … this was my first ballet too! At the tender age of 38, I should be hanging my head in shame at the lack of culture my heathen soul has been exposed to. So dragging two of my nieces along to the hideously early (by my Saturday morning standards, at least!) matinee at the Grand Opera House York seemed like a cunning plan to dip my toe in the water and see if I liked it ...
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Inspecteur Barnaby - Le Figaro
Google News - almost 6 years
Distribution : John Nettles (Inspecteur Barnaby), Paul Freeman (Sir John Waverley), Arthur Kohn (Billy), Jason Hughes (Dét. Constable Ben), Barry Jackson (George Bullard), Jane Wymark (Joyce Barnaby), Rob Edwards (Richard Florian), Dermot Crowley
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Inspecteur Barnaby - Le Figaro
Google News - almost 6 years
Distribution : John Nettles (Inspecteur Tom Barnaby), Sheila Ruskin (Lady Lucinda Butler), Jason Hughes (Dét. Constable Ben), Jane Wymark (Joyce Barnaby), Laura Howard (Cully Barnaby), Barry Jackson (Dr George Bullard), Joss Ackland (Sir Freddy Butler)
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COVER STORY; Murder Most English: Bred And Borne in Tranquillity
NYTimes - over 18 years
What a desperately pretty place this village is. Sunbeams bounce off the mullioned windows of the chemist's shop on the High Street where the vicar's wife has just gone to purchase a pinch of arsenic. The smell of hot buttered scones wafts out of the tea shop, where two young lovers are billing and cooing and plotting to kill the lady's husband.
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