Isobel Black

Isobel Anne Gatward BEM (née Black; born 15 December 1942 in Edinburgh, Scotland), known professionally as Isobel Black, is a British actress who is known for her roles on film and television. She is the daughter of the screenwriter Ian Stuart Black.

Isobel Black
Born
Isobel Anne Black

(1942-12-15) 15 December 1942
Occupationactress
Spouse(s)James Gatward
Children3 daughters

She is possibly best known for her parts in films such as The Kiss of the Vampire (1963), Twins of Evil (1971) (both horror films made by Hammer), The Magnificent Two (1967) with Morecambe and Wise, David Copperfield (1969), and 10 Rillington Place (1971).

She has also made many appearances on television, including Dixon of Dock Green, Elephant Boy, Danger Man, The Plane Makers, The Avengers, Adam Adamant Lives!, The Troubleshooters, The Spies, Mystery and Imagination, Department S, Ace of Wands, The Capone Investment and The Brief (1984).

As Isobel Gatward, she was awarded the British Empire Medal in the 2017 New Year Honours for her services to the charitable sector, in particular her work for the Mayflower Theatre Trust in Southampton over the past 30 years.

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
1963The Kiss of the VampireTania
1967The Magnificent TwoOfficer Juanita
197110 Rillington PlaceAlice
1971Twins of EvilIngrid Hoffer


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