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Martin, Millicent (1934–)

Martin, Millicent (1934–)

English actress and singer. Born June 8, 1934, in Romford, Essex, England; m. Ronnie Carroll (div.); m. Norman Eshley.

Made London debut at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, in the children's chorus of The Magic Flute (1948); made NY debut as Nancy in The Boyfriend (1954); back in London, came to prominence as Maisie in Expresso Bongo (1958) and Cora in The Crooked Mile (1959); other plays include The Dancing Heiress, The Lord Chamberlain Regrets (revue), State of Emergency and Our Man Crichton; made film debut in Libel (1959), followed by The Horsemasters, Invasion Quartet, Nothing But the Best, Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines, Alfie and Stop the World I Want to Get Off; on tv, starred on "That Was the Week That Was" (1962), "Mainly Millicent" (1966), "From a Bird's Eye View" (1971), "Downtown" (1986) and "Moon and Son" (1992); also appeared regularly on "Days of Our Lives" and "Frasier."

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