Upstairs, the first floor actress Nicola Pagett has reportedly died at the age of 75.
The star is said to have fought a brain tumor.
The actress Nicola Pagett is said to have “died suddenly”.
The Guardian reported that Nicola “suddenly died of a brain tumor” on Wednesday (March 3).
The actress played Elizabeth, daughter of Richard and Lady Marjorie, in the Upstairs, Downstairs program in the 1970s.
If it was a success, it was a success because everyone was good at it, not because the actor was known in it.
She was also in The Avengers, There’s a Girl in My Soup and One Terribly Big Adventure.
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Nicolas’ acting career has been overshadowed by mental illness, which she talked about in her 1997 book Diamonds Behind My Eyes.
Star of the screen and the stage
During one interview In 2002 she said of working on Upstairs, Downstairs: “There really weren’t any stars – that was the beauty of it.
“Everyone had the same meaning in the matter. Back then, the product was more important than the people in it. So if it was a success, it was a success because everyone was good at it, not because the actor was known in it. “
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Nicola was a star both on screen and in the West End.
Her film career includes films such as Anne of a Thousand Days (1969), Operation: Daybreak (1975), and Privates on Parade (1983).
In 1985 she played on stage with Michael Gambon and Liv Ullmann in a production of Old Times by Harold Pinter.
The legendary playwright directed it two years earlier in The Trojan War Will Not Take Place.
Elsewhere, Nicola appeared in the 1977 series Anna Karenina alongside Stuart Wilson and Eric Porter.
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