Lorna Luft
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Enda Markey
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Sarah Vaughan
Henry Farrell
John F. Kennedy
Norman Wisdom
(Movies & TV)
Mahalia Jackson

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Millicent Martin

Knowledge Identifier: +Millicent_Martin


Millicent Martin

English actress, singer and comedienne add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1934.

Countries: United States (50%), United Kingdom (33%), Israel (4%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Lorna Luft, Enda Markey, Sarah Vaughan

Linked to: Disney Channel, BBC, BBC Television, TV Land




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Millicent Martin was born in 1934 add something


She made her Broadway debut opposite Julie Andrews in "The Boy Friend" in 1954 add something


Martin was married to the pop singer Ronnie Carroll from 1958 until 1965, and subsequently to the actor Norman Eshley, but both marriages ended in divorce add something


In the mid 1960s she guested, alongside Pete Murray and Kenneth Williams, in an episode of "Juke Box Jury" add something


P. G. Wodehouse - A 1962 film adaptation of "The Girl on the Boat" starred Norman Wisdom, Millicent Martin and Richard Briers


One of the songs she sang on the show, the John F. Kennedy tribute "In the Summer of His Years", was released as a single and 'bubbled under' the Billboard Hot 100 chart at No 104 in 1963 add something


Martin had her own BBC television series between 1964 and 1966, titled "Mainly Millicent" for the first two series, and shortened to "Millicent" for the third and final series add something


That Was the Week That Was - In addition to the Millicent Martin studio recording of "In the Summer of His Years" issued in the US by ABC-Paramount, other versions were recorded and released by Connie Francis , Mahalia Jackson , Kate Smith , Sarah Vaughan and The Chad Mitchell Trio ; the Francis recording became a Top 40 hit on the Cash Box pop singles chart in January 1964


She appeared in the 1966 film "Alfie" add something


In 1969, Sir Lew Grade wanted to make a comedy film series that would appeal to audiences on both sides of the Atlantic starring Martin add something


In London's West End, she starred opposite Jim Dale in "The Card" in 1975 add something


She has been married to an American, Marc Alexander, since 1978, and is now a permanent resident of the United States add something


In 1988 Martin joined the London production of the Sondheim musical "Follies" starring with Eartha Kitt add something


Martin appeared as Gladys Moon in 13 episodes of "Moon and Son", a 1992 BBC detective series created by Robert Banks Stewart, and co-starring John Michie add something


Enda Markey - In 1996, Markey returned to Dublin to appear in the Irish premiere of "Follies" with Lorna Luft, Dave Willetts and Millicent Martin


Lorna Luft - In 1996, she appeared in an Irish production of "Follies" in Dublin with Mary Millar, Alex Sharpe, Christine Scarry, Aidan Conway, Enda Markey, Dave Willetts and Millicent Martin


Henry Farrell - In 2002, Farrell tried his hand at writing the book for a stage play, the musical version of "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane-" The world premiere of the show was on October 9 in Houston, Texas, with Millicent Martin in the title role and Leslie Denniston as Blanche


In 2008, she appeared at the Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park with Topol, Linda Thorson and Lisa O'Hare in the Lerner & Lowe musical, "Gigi" add something


In 2011 she guest-starred opposite her former "Frasier" daughter, Jane Leeves, in the TV Land series "Hot in Cleveland" add something