Joan Hickson Net Worth
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Total Net Worth at the moment 2020 year – is about $52,9 Million.
Joan Hickson information Birth date: 1906-08-05 Death date: 1998-10-17 Birth place: Kingsthorpe, Northamptonshire, England Profession:Art Department, Production Designer Spouse:Eric Norman Butler
:How tall is Joan Hickson – 1,80m.
How much weight is Joan Hickson – 65kg
Joan Hickson, OBE (5 August 1906 – 17 October 1998) was an English actress of theatre, film and television. A master of alert and intelligent interpretation, she is particularly beloved in her role as Agatha Christies Miss Marple in the television series Miss Marple. As well as portraying Miss Marple on television, Hickson also narrated a number of Miss Marple stories on audio books.
Biography,Born in Kingsthorpe, Northampton, Joan Hickson was a daughter of Edith Mary (nee Bogle) and Alfred Harold Hickson, a shoe manufacturer. She made her stage debut in 1927, and for several years worked throughout the United Kingdom and achieved success playing comedic, often eccentric characters in Londons West End, including the role of the cockney maid Ida in the original production of See How They Run, at the Q Theatre in 1944, and then at the Comedy Theatre in January 1945.She made her first film appearance in 1934. The numerous supporting roles of her career included several Carry On films including Sister in Carry On Nurse.In the 1940s she appeared on-stage in an Agatha Christie play, Appointment with Death, which was seen by Christie who wrote in a note to her, I hope one day you will play my dear Miss Marple. From 1963–66 she played Mrs. Peace, housekeeper to Reverend Stephen Young (played by Donald Sinden) in the highly rated TV series Our Man At St. Marks. Hickson played the housekeeper in the Marple film Murder, She Said in 1961 (based on Agatha Christies original novel 4.50 From Paddington), which starred Margaret Rutherford as Miss Marple. From 1970–71, she played Mrs Pugsley in Bachelor Father. Hickson played Mrs Chambers in Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads? In 1986, she played the part of Mrs. Trellis in Clockwise.Her stage career included roles in Noel Cowards Blithe Spirit, the Tony Hatch-Jackie Trent 1975 musical The Card, and Alan Ayckbourns Bedroom Farce, for which she won a 1979 Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play. In 1980 she appeared in yet another Agatha Christie production, as Mrs. Rivington in Why Didnt They Ask Evans?.The BBC began filming the works of Agatha Christie in the mid 1980s, and were conscious of the criticism that had been levelled at the most famous portrayal of Miss Marple given by Margaret Rutherford. In making a new series, the makers determined to remain faithful to the plotlines and locales of Christies stories, and most importantly to represent Miss Marple as written. Hickson played the role in all 12 adaptations of the novels produced from 1984 to 1992, and received two BAFTA nominations for Best TV Actress, 1987 and 1988. When the OBE was bestowed on Hickson in June 1987, Queen Elizabeth II was reported to have said, You play the part just as one envisages it. When Joan Hickson retired from the role, believing that she should stop while the programme was still at the peak of its popularity, she stated that she had no intention of retiring from acting altogether.
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