15 Great Secrets You Did Not Know About Louise Jameson

1. Louise Jameson is an English actress, with a wide variety of British TV and theatre credits.

2. She is best known for her appearances in British TV series EastEnders, Doctor Who, Bergerac, and Tenko.

3. She attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and spent two years with the Royal Shakespeare Company, performing in Romeo and Juliet, The Taming of the Shrew, King Lear, Summerfolk, and Blithe Spirit.

4. Her early TV career highlights included appearances on Emmerdale in 1973 as Dr. Anne Reynolds.

5. In the early 1990s she starred in the two series of Rides, and made numerous one-off appearances in various TV drama series, as well as numerous Doctor Who spin-off projects including the 1993 Children in Need special Dimensions in Time.

6. In 1998 she began a long run in the hit BBC soap EastEnders as Rosa di Marco, appearing in over 200 episodes over two and a half years until August 2000.

7. More recently she has appeared in episodes of the BBC Scotland soap River City as Viv Roberts, as a guest artist in episodes of Doctors, Holby City and The Bill, and as a regular in Doc Martin.

8. She continues to reprise the characters of Leela and Anne Reynolds in audio plays produced by Big Finish Productions and has also starred in Sapphire & Steel and Dark Shadows audio dramas for the same company.

9. She has also appeared in documentaries and commentaries accompanying numerous BBC DVD releases of her Doctor Who serials.

10. In 2007, Jameson toured nationally in her one-woman show, Face Value, inspired by her near decision to have a face-lift.

11. In 2013, Louise starred in the play Gutted by Rikki Beadle-Blair and has been nominated for Best Female Performance at the 2013 Off West End Theatre Awards .

12. In November 2013 she appeared in the one-off 50th anniversary comedy homage The Five Doctors Reboot.

13. She encouraged Grantham to become an actor; and, by 1985, he had secured the role of Den Watts in EastEnders.

14. Jameson also works as a teacher of drama, directing youth productions of Shakespeare for local festivals.

15. 1995 Wycliffe Series 2 Episode 7 “Wild Oats” First aired 30 July 1995 Role – Silly Tilly

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