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Lesley-Anne Down (born 17 March 1954) is a British film and television actress, former model and singer.Down achieved fame as Georgina Worsley in the ITV drama series Upstairs, Downstairs (1973–75). She received further recognition for her performances in the films The Pink Panther Strikes Again (1976), A Little Night Music (1977), The First Great Train Robbery (1979), Hanover Street (1979), Sphinx (1981) and Nomads (1986). She is also known as Madeline Fabray LaMotte Main in miniseries North and South (1985–86), for which she was nominated for Golden Globe Awards in 1986.In 1990, Down played the role Stephanie Rogers in the CBS drama series Dallas. During 1997–99 she played Olivia Richards in the NBC series Sunset Beach. From April 2003 to February 2012, she portrayed Jackie Marone Knight in the CBS soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful.
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# Fact 1 For her role as Stephanie Rogers in Dallas (1978), she was paid $250,000 for what amounted to just seven days' work over the course of ten weeks. 2 Aunt of Oliver Guy Spencer Ward. 3 Stepmother of Season FauntLeRoy and Juliana FauntLeRoy. 4 Currently lives in Malibu, California with her husband, Don E. FauntLeRoy. 5 After she made her name in Upstairs, Downstairs (1971), nude photos taken by Kirk Douglas's son Peter Douglas, appeared in British mens' magazine Mayfair. She later went to court to have the originals returned to her. 6 She spent her early childhood formative years in the Putney area of London, England and spent time with her uncle Michael, a major in the British army. 7 Originally, Maud Adams was to star in The Pink Panther Strikes Again (1976) but after she had been filming for two days the role was recast for some reason and Lesley-Anne Down got the part instead. 8 She and first husband Enrique Gabriel met on the set of Sphinx (1981) and were married only a few days later. Their marriage was a short one and ended in an annulment. Lesley-Anne recalls her marriage as an "exciting ride". Not long after her annulment, she met director William Friedkin, whom she later married. 9 She met future husband Don E. FauntLeRoy when she was filming the miniseries North and South (1985). 10 Family: Mother Isabella (from Scotland, UK) who passed away in 2000, father Percy James (from UK). Sister Angela Julie Ward. 11 When she was filming Days of Our Lives (1965), her father was due to leave to go back to England but suddenly had an angiogram, pains in his chest, resulting in a quadruple bypass operation. 12 She is the mother of two sons - George-Edward, (born 1998) from her marriage to Don E. FauntLeRoy, and Jackson Friedkin, (born 1982) from her marriage to William Friedkin. 13 She lived with Bruce Robinson for ten years after meeting him at age 15. She came to America at age 17. 14 Began modeling at 10 years old. Left school when she was 12 years old. 15 Voted "Most Beautiful Teenager" in Britain in 1970.
Net Worth & Salary
# Trademark 1 Deep sultry voice 2 Voluptuous figure 3 Sparkling blue eyes 4 Natural brunette hair
# Quote 1 [on why she chose to appear in Dallas (1978)] Because they paid me a quarter of a million dollars for seven days' work over ten weeks. What do you think I am, darling? Stupid?!
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Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie Award shared with 2005 Golden Rose Rose d'Or Light Entertainment Festival Best Soap Female The Bold and the Beautiful (1987) 1978 Evening Standard British Film Award Evening Standard British Film Awards Most Promising Newcomer - Actress Nominated Awards Nominated awards Nominated awards
Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie Award shared with 2005 Soap Opera Digest Award Soap Opera Digest Awards Favorite Return The Bold and the Beautiful (1987) 1986 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television North and South (1985) 3 rd Place Awards 3rd place awards 3rd place awards
Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie Award shared with 1987 Bravo Otto Germany Bravo Otto Best Female TV Star (TV-Star w)
Filmography Actress Actress
Title Year Status Character The King's Guard 2000 Queen Beatrice Sunset Beach 1997-1999 TV Series Olivia Richards Young Hearts Unlimited 1998 TV Movie Barbara Meet Wally Sparks 1997 Hooker Nurse Diagnosis Murder 1996 TV Series Catherine Windsor The Secret Agent Club 1996 Eve Beastmaster III: The Eye of Braxus 1996 TV Movie Morgana Family of Cops 1995 TV Movie Anna Novacek In the Heat of Passion II: Unfaithful 1994 Jean Bradshaw Munchie Strikes Back 1994 Linda McClelland Heaven & Hell: North & South, Book III 1994 TV Mini-Series Madeline Main The Nanny 1994 TV Series Chloe Simpson Death Wish V: The Face of Death 1994 Olivia Regent Night Trap 1993 Christine Turner Over the Line 1992 Elaine Patterson 1775 1992 TV Short Annabelle Proctor Dallas 1990 TV Series Stephanie Rogers CBS Schoolbreak Special 1989 TV Series Speaker Night Walk 1989 TV Movie Geneva Miller CBS Summer Playhouse 1989 TV Series Cassandra Ladykillers 1988 TV Movie Morganna Ross Indiscreet 1988 TV Movie Anne Kingston Scenes from the Goldmine 1987 Lady Lesley-Anne Down North and South, Book II 1986 TV Mini-Series Madeline LaMotte Main
Madeline LaMotte Nomads 1986 Dr. Eileen Flax North and South 1985 TV Mini-Series Madeline Fabray LaMotte Arch of Triumph 1984 TV Movie Joan The Last Days of Pompeii 1984 TV Mini-Series Chloe A contratiempo 1982 La actriz The Hunchback of Notre Dame 1982 TV Movie Esmeralda Murder Is Easy 1982 TV Movie Bridget Conway BBC2 Playhouse 1981 TV Series Unity Mitford Sphinx 1981 Erica Baron Rough Cut 1980 Gillian Bromley Hanover Street 1979 Margaret Sellinger The Great Train Robbery 1979 Miriam The One and Only Phyllis Dixey 1978 TV Movie Phyllis Dixey The Betsy 1978 Lady Bobby Ayres A Little Night Music 1977 Anne Egerman Supernatural 1977 TV Mini-Series Felizitas BBC Play of the Month 1977 TV Series Ellie Dunn The Pink Panther Strikes Again 1976 Olga When the Boat Comes In 1976 TV Series Jane Cromer Upstairs, Downstairs 1973-1975 TV Series Georgina Worsley
Georgina The Sweeney 1975 TV Series Caroline Selhurst Ten from the Twenties 1975 TV Series Maisie Brand Brannigan 1975 Luana (as Lesley Anne Down) Bedtime Stories 1974 TV Series Monica From Beyond the Grave 1974 Rosemary Seaton (segment 4 "The Door") Scalawag 1973 Lucy-Ann Pope Joan 1972 Cecilia Public Eye 1971 TV Series Anne Biddersloe Out of the Unknown 1971 TV Series Diana Carver Six Dates with Barker 1971 TV Series Cheeky In the Devil's Garden 1971/I Tessa Hurst Countess Dracula 1971 Ilona Nádasdy, Elisabeth's Daughter All the Right Noises 1971 Laura (as Lesley-Ann Down) Sin un adiós 1970 Marta Greidy (as Lesley Anne Down) School for Unclaimed Girls 1969 Diana (as Lesley Downs) In Extremis 2017 completed Sister Clare Justice 2016/I post-production Elizabeth The List 2016 completed Victoria Of God and Kings post-production Madame Renard I Am Watching You 2016 Margaret Absolution 2015/IV Zvetlana Kill Me, Deadly 2015 Lady Clairmont Haunted 2014/IV Lilian The Bold and the Beautiful 2003-2012 TV Series Jacqueline Payne Marone
Jacqueline M. Knight
... Cinnamon 2011 Video Aunt Dora Rosewood Lane 2011 Dr. Cloey Talbot Mercenary for Justice 2006 Video Newscaster (uncredited) Seven Days of Grace 2006 Lillian Today You Die 2005 Video Bank Manager 13th Child 2002 District Attorney Murphy You Belong to Me 2002 TV Movie Dr. Susan Chancellor The Meeksville Ghost 2001 Emily Meeks The Perfect Wife 2001 TV Movie Helen Coburn Days of Our Lives 1997-2001 TV Series Lady Sheraton Soundtrack Soundtrack
Title Year Status Character A Little Night Music 1977 performer: "Now/Soon/Later", "Every Day A Little Death", "A Weekend in the Country" Upstairs, Downstairs 1975 TV Series performer - 1 episode Writer Writer
Title Year Status Character Seven Days of Grace 2006 screenplay Thanks Thanks
Title Year Status Character The History of North and South 2004 Video documentary short special thanks Self Self
Title Year Status Character 78th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade 2009 TV Movie Herself Dr. Phil 2009 TV Series Herself The Story of the Costume Drama 2008 TV Series documentary Herself Happy Birthday BAFTA 2007 TV Movie 74th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade 2005 TV Special Herself The Story of Upstairs Downstairs 2005 Video documentary Herself The History of North and South 2004 Video documentary short Herself / Madeline Fabray La Motte Main SoapTalk 2003 TV Series Herself The Buzz 2002 TV Series Herself After They Were Famous 2002 TV Series documentary Herself After Upstairs Downstairs 2002 TV Movie documentary Herself Open House 2000 TV Series documentary Herself All-Star Party for Aaron Spelling 1998 TV Special Herself Arena 1995 TV Series documentary Herself The Pat Sajak Show 1989 TV Series Herself The 43rd Annual Golden Globe Awards 1986 TV Special Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV Late Night with David Letterman 1985 TV Series Herself / Herself - Guest Wogan 1985 TV Series Herself Friday Night, Saturday Morning 1981 TV Series Herself Clapper Board 1980 TV Series Herself Don Siegel: Last of the Independents 1980 TV Movie documentary Herself The Mike Douglas Show 1979 TV Series Herself - Actress / Herself The Merv Griffin Show 1979 TV Series Herself Dinah! 1979 TV Series Herself Everyday 1979 TV Series Herself Good Morning America 1979 TV Series Herself Call My Bluff 1976 TV Series Herself The Russell Harty Show 1975 TV Series Herself Celebrity Squares 1975 TV Series Herself Archive Footage Archive Footage