Susan Fleetwood

Highest Rated: 89% Heat and Dust (1983)
Birthday: Sep 21, 1944
Birthplace: Not Available
British dramatic actress Susan Fleetwood, specialized in Shakespearean plays and period pieces. Best known for her stage work, she also appeared occasionally on television and in feature films. The younger sister of rock drummer Mick Fleetwood (best known for the group Fleetwood Mac), Susan trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. While there, she earned the school's most coveted honor, the Bancroft Gold Medal. During the mid-1960s, Fleetwood co-founded the Liverpool Everyman. She spent the 1967-68 theater season with the Royal Shakespeare Company and it is there that she became famous. Fleetwood would periodically return to the company throughout her career. She joined the National Theatre Company at the Old Vic in the mid-'70s. Fleetwood made her film debut in David Giles' television-movie adaptation of Hamlet (1972). Fans of the campy sword and sorcery film Clash of the Titans (1980) may recognize Fleetwood in the role of Athena. Just prior to her death from cancer in late 1995, fans were shocked to discover that she had been quietly battling the disease for over a decade while continuing her busy career.

Highest Rated Movies



86% Persuasion Lady Russell 1995
No Score Yet Buddha of Suburbia Eva Kay 1993
No Score Yet Murder of a Moderate Man Actor 1991
86% The Krays Rose 1990
No Score Yet Summer's Lease Molly Pargeter 1989
No Score Yet Dream Demon Deborah 1988
80% White Mischief Gwladys, Lady Delamere 1988
85% The Sacrifice Adelaide 1986
67% Young Sherlock Holmes Mrs. Dribb 1985
89% Heat and Dust Mrs. Crawford 1983
68% Clash of the Titans Athena 1981
No Score Yet The Good Soldier Actor 1981


No Score Yet Mystery!
Agnes Pauline
  • 1995
  • 1993


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