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Susan Hampshire Biography and Filmography
Susan Hampshire
Birthday: May 12, 1937
Birth Place: London, England, UK
Height: 5' 6"
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Susan Hampshire was an actress from childhood, but stardom eluded her until she played a colorful one-scene bit in the 1958 London stage production Expresso Bongo. Hampshire was not cast in the 1959 film version of this play, but instead made her "official" starring film debut (after a couple of earlier bit parts) in the class-conscious comedy Upstairs and Downstairs (1959). She endeared herself to American audiences with her performance in Disney's Three Lives of Thomasina (1963) then went out of her way to avoid being typecast in kiddie-movie parts by playing the scantily clad lady friend of Albert Finney in Night Must Fall (1964). Two years later, she was seen as the completely un clad leading lady in the French Paris in the Month of August (1966), directed by her future husband Pierre Granier-Deferre. With her portrayal of Agnes Wakefield in the all-star 1969 television adaptation of David Copperfield, Hampshire established herself as one of the business TV miniseries performers in the English-speaking world. Her performances as Fleur Forsythe in the internationally popular The Forsythe Saga (1967), Sarah Churchill in The First Churchills (1970) and Becky Sharp in Vanity Fair (1972) won her accolades from all over the globe, including three American Emmy awards. She also starred as Lady Glencora Palliser in the 22-episode adaptation of Anthony Trollope's The Pallisers (telecast in the U.S. in 1977). Though she breezes through archaic classical dialogue with seeming effortlessness, Susan Hampshire has been a lifelong dyslexic, a fact she elaborates upon in her 1982 book Susan's Story.
Genevieve II (2006)
Episode #7.5 (2005)
Episode #7.4 (2005)
Episode #7.3 (2005)
Episode #7.2 (2005)
Sparkling Cyanide (2003)
[ Rachel Shelley ][ Pauline Collins ][ Claire Holman ]
Nancherrow (1999)
[ Joanna Lumley ][ Senta Berger ][ Emily Hamilton ][ Lara Joy Koerner ]
Coming Home (1998)
[ Keira Knightley ][ Emily Mortimer ][ Joanna Lumley ][ Carol Drinkwater ][ Gruschenka Stevens ]
Episode #2.10 (1998)
Episode #2.2 (1998)
Episode #2.3 (1998)
Episode #2.4 (1998)
[ Emily Hamilton ]
Dick Turpin's Greatest Adventure: Part 1 (1981)
[ Mary Crosby ]
Dick Turpin's Greatest Adventure: Part 3 (1981)
Dick Turpin's Greatest Adventure: Part 2 (1981)
[ Mary Crosby ]
Bang! (1977)
Kill Two Birds (1976)
[ Gabrielle Drake ]
The Story of David (1976)
[ Jane Seymour ]
Peccato mortale (1973)
[ Gina Lollobrigada ][ Concha Velasco ]
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1973)
[ Susan George ]
Fils, Le (1973)
Baffled! (1973)
[ Vera Miles ][ Rachel Roberts ]
Living Free (1972)
Neither the Sea Nor the Sand (1972)
Malpertuis (1971)
A Time for Loving (1971)
[ Britt Eckland ][ Joanna Shimkus ]
David Copperfield (1969)
[ Pamela Franklin ]
Monte Carlo or Bust (1969)
[ Mireille Darc ][ Marie Dubois ]
The Violent Enemy (1968)
Tales of Mr. Pengachoosa: The Wind Birds (1967)
Tales of Mr. Pengachoosa: The Mermaid (1967)
Tales of Mr. Pengachoosa: The Snow House (1967)
Tales of Mr. Pengachoosa: The Seasons (1967)
Rendezvous with Yesterday (1966)
The Trygon Factor (1966)
The Fighting Prince of Donegal (1966)
You Are Not in Any Trouble, Are You? (1965)
Paris au mois d'août (1965)
Wonderful Life (1964)
The Three Lives of Thomasina (1964)
[ Karen Dotrice ]
Night Must Fall (1964)
During One Night (1961)
The Long Shadow (1961)
Expresso Bongo (1960)
Upstairs and Downstairs (1959)
[ Claudia Cardinale ][ Barbara Steele ][ Mylene Demongeot ]
Idle on Parade (1959)
The Woman in the Hall (1947)
[ Jean Simmons ]
  • Wrote memoir "Susan's Story" about dealing with her dyslexia. Prominent spokeswoman for dyslexia causes in Britain.
  • Received an Order of the British Empire (O.B.E.) in 1995 for her work in dyslexia causes.
  • Wearing an extremely low-cut dress, she was presented to the Prince of Wales at a show-business function in 1973. The Prince told her, "My father told me that if I ever met a lady in a dress like yours, I must look her straight in the eyes."
  • December 31, 2000: Announced to Sunday Telegraph that she had joined Exit, the voluntary euthanasia society.
  • Mother of Christopher Granier-Deferre with Pierre Granier-Deferre.
  • On her own volition she visited Albert Schweitzer in Africa for two weeks.
  • Dated Nicky Henson in the '70s.
  • Because of her dyslexia, she has trouble reading the lines on her scripts, therefore her lines are all recorded onto tape and played back to her.

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