Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Juliette Mole
In The Chief, she played Marie-Pierre Arnoux from 1993 to 1994.
More DetailsHide DetailsIn the 1990s, she lived on a houseboat on the River Thames, where she was reported to keep collections of black and white photographs and hats. Her interest in art developed into a new career as an artist, and she now specializes in trompe-l'oeil and garden design.
Mole is married to the actor Lloyd Owen, and they have two children, Maxim and Mimi. In 2006, they were living in Battersea, London. In 2011 the family was reported to have left London and to be staying in Los Angeles, California.
In 1983, she played Bella in the Avon Touring Theatre Company's first production of Vince Foxall's Brittle Glory, a reworking of Richard II.
More DetailsHide DetailsMole's first credited screen role was in the first episode of the television drama The Fourth Arm (1983), in which she played a WAAF. She went on to appear in Screen Two, the Miss Marple film 4.50 from Paddington (1987), with Joan Hickson as Marple, in Agatha Christie's Poirot with David Suchet, Rumpole of the Bailey, and Absolutely Fabulous.
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