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Rosemary Nicols

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Rosemary Nicols enjoyed short-lived stardom on British television as a cast member of the series Department S. Born Rosemary Claxton in West Yorkshire in the early '40s, she began her career as a child actress with an uncredited appearance in the 1949 thriller The Blue Lamp, in which she played a Cockney street urchin. After studying at the Central School of Speech and Drama, Nicols worked in repertory theater and, occasionally, film and television, including an uncredited role in The Guns of Navarone and guest spots in such TV series as Man in a Suitcase. In 1966, she had a supporting role in the dramatic film The Pleasure Girls; that same year, she also appeared in the British series Undermind. Nicols' big break on-stage came when she was cast in the West End production of Fiddler on the Roof starring Topol. In 1968, she was selected to play Annabelle Hurst, the highly analytical computer expert in the ITC espionage series Department S, which ran for 28 hour-long episodes from 1969-1970 and was shown on several continents, including a run in the U.S., where her glamorous good looks compared favorably to such rivals as Linda Thorson on The Avengers. After the end of the series, she was cast in the role of Anna Sergeyevna in Fathers and Sons, based on the book by Ivan Turgenev, in 1971. Nicols later moved to Malta after marrying, giving up her acting career for a time to become an author. ~ Bruce Eder, Rovi



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