Nicola Pagett

Nicola Pagett(born asNicola Mary Scott, 15 June 1945) is a British actress. She is best known for her role as Elizabeth Bellamy in the 1970s TV drama seriesUpstairs, Downstairs.

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 Nicola Pagett's Early life

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 Nicola Pagett's Career

Girl in the Picturecaught the attention of Sir Robert Helpmann who cast her to tour with Vivien Leigh in the stage playLa Contessa.

Wicked Womenand appearing as Elizabeth Bellamy in the British seriesUpstairs, Downstairs, Pagett played the title role in a 1977 BBC adaptation ofAnna Kareninaand also gave a memorable performance in David Nobbs's TV seriesA Bit of a Do. She appeared in a variety of films includingThe Viking Queen(1967),Some Like It Sexy(1969),There's a Girl in My Soup(1970),Frankenstein: The True Story(1973),Anne of the Thousand Days(1969),Operation Daybreak(1975),Oliver's Story(1978) andAn Awfully Big Adventure(1995). She appeared in leading roles (as the young Irish brideConor) in the 1980 Australian mini-seriesThe Timeless Landand in the 1994 to 1995 sitcomAin't Misbehavin'.

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 Nicola Pagett's Personal life

the then Prime Minister Tony Blair's chief press secretary, and, according to Adam Boulton , Alastair Campbell used this obsession to distract attention from negative headlines about the 1998 Labour Party Conference .She subsequently chronicled her experiences with bipolar disorder in a 1998 book entitledDiamonds Behind My Eyes.

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 Nicola Pagett's Family

She was married to playwright Graham Swannell; the couple had a daughter, but they divorced in 1998.

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 Nicola Pagett's References

  1. "The Timeless Land" from the ABC television series, Australian Broadcasting Commission, Sydney, 1980. ISBN 0-642-97469-1
  2. Adams, Tim (1999-09-26). "Is the media's obsession with Alastair Campbell damaging the Government?". The Guardian (The Observer). 
  3. Boulton, Adam (2008-09-22). media "If in doubt, lie" Check |url= value (help). The Guardian. 

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