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Jean Sadgrove

Jean Sadgrove is an actress, known for Anna Karenina (1977), Churchill's People (1974) and A Little Big Business (1963). See full bio »

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Anna Karenina
Anna Karenina Madame Korsunsky
Churchill's People
Churchill's People Queen Henrietta Maria
A Little Big Business
The Mask of Janus
The Mask of Janus Actress on Stage


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 1977 Anna Karenina (TV Mini-Series)
Madame Korsunsky
- Episode #1.2 (1977) ... Madame Korsunsky
 1975-1976 Within These Walls (TV Series)
- Islands in the Heartline (1976) ... Prisoner (uncredited)
- A Way of Loving (1976) ... Prisoner (uncredited)
- Mother's Girl (1975) ... Prisoner (uncredited)
- Long Shadows (1975) ... Prisoner (uncredited)
 1972 Upstairs, Downstairs (TV Series)
Passer By
- The Property of a Lady (1972) ... Passer By (uncredited)
 1972 Z Cars (TV Series)
WPC / Uniformed WPC
- Damage (1972) ... WPC (uncredited)
- Access (1972) ... Uniformed WPC (uncredited)
 1972 Villains (TV Series)
- Billy Boy (1972) ... Policewoman (uncredited)
 1972 Doomwatch (TV Series)
- Flood (1972) ... Woman (uncredited)
 1970 Play for Today (TV Series)
Non-speaking extra
- Angels Are So Few (1970) ... Non-speaking extra (uncredited)
 1967 Adam Adamant Lives! (TV Series)
Old Person / Person in Jewel Room
- Death Begins at Seventy (1967) ... Old Person / Person in Jewel Room (uncredited)
 1965 The Mask of Janus (TV Series)
Actress on Stage
- The Rack (1965) ... Actress on Stage
 1965 A Little Big Business (TV Series)
Young Lady
- Mixed Feelings (1965) ... Young Lady

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