Marjie Lawrence (21 January 1932 – 16 June 2010) was an English theatre, film and television actress. A noted highly adaptable and continually working actress. She was married to Harry Greene, Actor and the first DIY man on the tele in the 60s. They had 3 children including Sarah Greene, the television presenter, who was married to Mike Smith the television and radio presenter.
Her acting career includes..
After the Ball (1957), Only Two Can Play (1962), Design for Loving(1962), A Place to Go (1963),
The Early Bird (1965), Stranger in the House(1967), Inspector Clouseau (1968), Tell Me Lies (1968), Carry On Henry (1971), Hands of the Ripper (1971), I, Monster(1971), Bless This House (1972), The Squeeze (1977), Shiner (2000).
The Rainbow (1988).
Television comedy: The Benny Hill Show,
The Arthur Haynes Show (with Eric Sykes).
Television series: Coronation Street, Crossroads, Danger UXB, Public Eye, Unnatural Causes, Weavers Green, Z-Cars.
The Bed Sitting Room, The Three Sisters.
We remember her for the appearance she made in the second episode of the first series 'Castle Saburac' as Theda Watkins.