Was Beryl Reid married?

06/12/2020 Off By admin

Was Beryl Reid married?

Derek Franklinm. 1954–1966
Bill Worsleym. 1949–1953
Beryl Reid/Spouse

Is Beryl Reid still alive?

Deceased (1919–1996)
Beryl Reid/Living or Deceased

Where was Beryl Reid born?

Hereford, United Kingdom
Beryl Reid/Place of birth

Does Alison Steadman have a sister?

My sisters, Pamela and Sylvia, are 10 and 12 years older than me, so I was spoiled. Mother nurtured my talent. My mum, Marjorie, was a housewife and she encouraged my acting.

Did Beryl Reid have arthritis?

Reid died at the age of 77 from severe osteoarthritis and kidney failure (according to some obituaries, she had developed pneumonia) at a hospital in Wexham, Buckinghamshire on 13 October 1996, after complications following knee replacement surgery for arthritis.

Who was Connie Sachs based on?

Milicent Bagot
Background. Sachs was widely reputed (in outline at least) to be based on the legendary real-life MI5 Soviet watcher Milicent Bagot.

What Colour is Beryl?

Beryl Information

Data Value
Colors Colorless, white, light green, olive green, blue-green to blue (aquamarine), deep green (emerald), pink or peachy pink (morganite), greenish yellow, yellow (heliodor), pinkish orange, red (red beryl/bixbite).
Fracture Conchoidal to uneven
Hardness 7.5-8
Cleavage Indistinct

Who is Alison steadmans husband?

Mike Leighm. 1973–2001
Alison Steadman/Husband

Who did Alison Steadman marry?

Alison Steadman/Spouse

Where does Connie Sachs live?

Connie Sachs: Former Russia analyst for the Circus, she is forced to retire, and now runs a rooming house in Oxford.

What happens in Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy?

In the bleak days of the Cold War, espionage veteran George Smiley is forced from semi-retirement to uncover a Soviet Agent within MI6. In the early 1970s during the Cold War, the head of British Intelligence, Control (Sir John Hurt), resigns after an operation in Budapest, Hungary goes badly wrong.

Is beryl a precious stone?

It is one of the most important gem minerals, and the gems of beryl are named by their color as: emerald (green), aquamarine (greenish blue to blue), morganite (pink to orange), red beryl (red), heliodor (yellow to greenish yellow), maxixe (deep blue), goshenite (colorless), and green beryl (light green).