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Prior to Beautiful, Glynis Barber's credits included the following.
Theatre credits include: Love Letters (Dundee Rep), Season’s Greetings (UK Tour), Separate Tables (The Mill at Sonning), The Graduate (UK Tour), Macbeth (Shakespeare Festival), Make Me a Match (The Mill at Sonning), Killing Time (UK Tour), High Flyers (Churchill Theatre, Bromley), Same Old Moon (Nuffield Theatre), Summer Breeze (Gate Theatre), And Then There None (Duke of York’s Theatre), Hamlet(Dukes’ Theatre Lancaster), Once in a Lifetime (RSC/Piccadilly Theatre), A Murder is Announced (Vaudeville Theatre) and Ring Round the Moon, What the Butler Saw, The Norman Conquests, Rebecca, Black Comedy and The Browning Version (all at Theatre Royal Northampton).
Television credits include: Night and Day, Blake’s Seven, Jane, Dempsey & Makepeace, Eastenders, The Royal, Emmerdale, Agatha Christie’s Marple: Endless Night, Law & Order, Casualty, Bamboo, New Tricks and Trial & Retribution X.
Film credits include: upcoming remake of Point of Break, The Edge of Tomorrow, Hammer of the Gods, On the Nose, The Fairy King of Air, Deja Vu, Jekyll & Hyde, The Hound of the Baskervilles, The Wicked Lady, The Tangier Arrangement, and Yesterday’s Hero.
(Source: Beautiful show website.)
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