Petra Markham

Petra Mavis Markham (born 17 March 1944[1] in Prestbury, Cheshire) is a British theatre, television and film actress. She is a daughter of actor David Markham and writer Olive Dehn (1914–2007). She has three sisters: actress Kika Markham, Sonia Markham, and Jehane Markham.[2]

Petra Markham
Born
Petra Mavis Markham

(1944-03-17) 17 March 1944
NationalityBritish
OccupationActress
Years active1964–present
Spouse(s)David Walsh
Parent(s)David Markham
Olive Dehn
RelativesKika Markham (sister)

Filmography

Television appearances

  • Z Cars episode "First Foot" (1964) - Elizabeth Cooper
  • The Children of the New Forest (1964) - Alice Beverley
  • Doctor Who serial The Crusade (1965) - Safiya
  • Armchair Theatre episode "Barrett Keller: His Mark" (1966) - Dinky
  • Shotgun (1966) - Vicky
  • The Wednesday Play episode "Ape and Essence" (1966) - Loola
  • Thirty-Minute Theatre episode "Not Just For An Hour" (1966) - René
  • Play of the Month episode "Girls in Uniform" (1967) - Edelgard
  • Softly, Softly episode "An Eye for an Eye" (1967) - Marie Berry
  • Z Cars episodes "Vigilance: Part 1" and "Vigilance: Part 2" (1968) - Jill Scanlon
  • Curry and Chips episode No.1.2 (1969) - Norman's daughter
  • Detective episode "Hunt the Peacock" (1969) - Renee
  • The First Lady episode "A Banner with a Strange Device" (1969)
  • Ryan International episode "Pirouette" (1970)
  • Albert and Victoria (1970) - Lydia Hackett
  • Follyfoot episode "The Standstill Horse" (1971) - Ginny Tuckwood
  • Thirty-Minute Theatre episode "Something for the Children" (1971) - Girlie
  • Ace of Wands 20 episodes (1972) - Mikki Diamond
  • Public Eye episode "The Trouble with Jenny" (1973) - Jenny Wellard
  • Thriller episode "A Killer in Every Corner" (1974) - Helga
  • Ripping Yarns episode "The Testing of Eric Olthwaite" (1977) - Enid Bag
  • After Julius (1978)
  • Angels episodes No.9.12, No.9.22 and No.9.24 (1983) - Felicity
  • Bergerac episode "Sins of the Fathers" (1985) - Suzie Borden
  • Love's Labour's Lost (1985) - Katharine
  • Aliens in the Family (1987) - Pet
  • The Bill episode "Tourist Trap" (1989) - Mrs. Belcham
  • The Ruth Rendell Mysteries episode "Some Lie and Some Die" (1990) - hotel receptionist
  • EastEnders 13 episodes (1993) - Rose Chapman
  • Peak Practice episode "Coming Out" (1995) - Cissy Banks
  • Rich Deceiver (1995) - Bella Beasley
  • Plotlands (1997) - Grace Foster
  • Doctors episode "Post Mortem" (2007) - Penny Cable

References

  1. birth registered 1st quarter (Jan, Feb, Mar) 1944
  2. Nicholas Tucker, "Obituary. Olive Dehn: Poet and children's writer", The Independent, 7 April 2007


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