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Jackie Smith-Wood

Jackie Smith-Wood is an actress, known for Man and Superman (1982), Mansfield Park (1983) and Man-Eaters of India (1986). See full bio »
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 1992 Side by Side (TV Series)
 1991 The House of Eliott (TV Series)
Sarah White
- Episode #1.8 (1991) ... Sarah White
 1991 Bergerac (TV Series)
Jennifer Calder
- Snow in Provence (1991) ... Jennifer Calder
 1986 Man-Eaters of India (TV Movie documentary)
Norah Vivian
 1985 Time for Murder (TV Series)
Tania
- Bright Smiler (1985) ... Tania
 1984 Oxbridge Blues (TV Series)
Lady Jane
- Sleeps Six (1984) ... Lady Jane
 1984 Minder (TV Series)
Jessica Trent
- A Star Is Gorn (1984) ... Jessica Trent
 1982 Man and Superman (TV Movie)
Violet Robinson
 1982 Nancy Astor (TV Mini-Series)
Venetia
- Scandals (1982) ... Venetia
 1979 Secret Orchards (TV Movie)
Nancy Ackerley
 1974 BBC2 Playhouse (TV Series)
Celia
- Speed King (1974) ... Celia
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 1983 Mansfield Park (TV Mini-Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Episode #1.2 (1983) ... (performer: "There is a Lady Sweet and Kind" - uncredited)
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She acted in Royce Ryton and Michael Havers' play, "The Royal Baccarat Scandal," in a 1988 Chichester Festival production at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England with Keith Michell, Rowland Davies, John McCallum, Fiona Fullerton, Gary Bond, Laurence Kennedy, Gerald Harper, Philip Stone, Jeannette Sterke, and Simon ... See more »

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