Natalie Ogle

Natalie Ogle was plucked out of drama school at 17 to appear in Tony Richardson’s film Joseph Andrews for which she was nominated Most Promising Newcomer for The Evening Standard British Film Awards 1977. She has worked extensively in television and theatre during the 1970s and the 1980s and is still active in the industry having just completed (2019) Magic Bus for the German film company, FFP New Media.

Natalie Ogle (born 1960) is an English actress.

Back in the 1980's She played Letty Mundy in the successful TV series We'll Meet Again as well as appearing in several televised costume dramas for the BBC such as Little Nell in The Old Curiosity Shop; Pride and Prejudice; Camille; Silas Marner; David Copperfield; Time and the Conway’s; The Aerodrome; All or Nothing at All; A Touch of Spice; Poirot; The Miser; The Master Builder; and Cecily Cardew in The Importance of Being Earnest, a part she re-created in 1987 in London's West End and where she met her future husband, Clive Francis. They have two children Lucinda Francis and the actor, Harry Francis.

Natalie is also a much-acclaimed drama/public speaking coach and a practising hypnotherapist.

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