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Date of Birth 21 September 1944St. Andrews, Scotland, UK
Date of Death 29 September 1995Salisbury, England, UK  (cancer)
Birth NameSusan Maureen Fleetwood

Mini Bio (1)

Susan Fleetwood was born on September 21, 1944 in St. Andrews, Scotland as Susan Maureen Fleetwood. She was an actress, known for Sacrifice (1986), Clash of the Titans (1981) and Young Sherlock Holmes (1985). She died on September 29, 1995 in Salisbury, England.

Trivia (9)

Her younger brother, Mick Fleetwood, was Fleetwood Mac's drummer.
Formidable British classical actress trained for the stage at RADA (with a scholarship) where she won the school's coveted Bancroft Gold Medal in 1964.
Daughter of John Joseph Kells Fleetwood, an officer in the RAF, and wife Bridget Maureen (Brereton) Fleetwood; educated at sixteen different schools, including Egypt and Norway, and at the Convent of the Nativity in Kent when her family finally resettled in England.
After RADA she was one of the actors who went with Terry Hands and formed the Liverpool Everyman Company (1964). At the Everyman, between 1965 and 67, she played Lady Percy in "Henry IV"; Gwendolyn in "The Importance of Being Earnest"; Alison in "Look Back in Anger"; Liz in "Fando and Liz"; Margaret in "The Great God Brown"; Chorus Leader in "Murder in the Cathedral"; the Woman in "The Four Seasons"; and Lady Macbeth in "Macbeth".
Succeeded Judi Dench as Portia in the Royal Shakespeare Company's 1972 production of "The Merchant of Venice". She became an Associate Artist of the RSC.
Quietly battled ovarian cancer nearly a decade before she succumbed to the disease. She continued to perform throughout until the year of her death in 1995 at age 51.
Got a scholarship to RADA (1964) and trained there.
Had a relationship with Sebastian Graham Jones.
Former sister-in-law of Jenny Boyd.

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