Date of Birth: 05/31/1916
Place of birth: Grantame
Citizenship: United Kingdom
Author: Alexei Bulatov
Judy Campbell was born on May 31st 1916 in Grantame, Lincolnshire in eastern England. John Campbell daughter of Arthur and Mary Fulton was educated in the monastery of St. Michael in East Grinstead, Sussex. Both her parents came out to the stage, and his father also made the author of several plays.
Englishwoman made her debut on stage in 1935 as `gostya` Frederick Lonsdale in the play` The Last of Mrs. Cheyney`, at the Theatre Royal Grantham (Theatre Royal Grantham). In the world of the film industry Judy made its way to the 1940-th year, playing in the British thriller Doris Walter Forde `Saloon Bar`. She stressed the fact that although she could not excellent to sing or dance, but had a rare talent to impregnate her songs executable theatrical elegance and unusual charm. In 2002, the year Judy graced the television remake of `The Saga of Forsaytah` (TV series).
It Kinograf the last stage career includes the telefilms `The Cater Street Hangman` and `Liebesreise`, fantastic action `` The police of the future and the French drama `Master of Kung Fu `with the participation of her daughter, Jane Birkin.
During the tour with Noel Coward from September 1942 to March 1943, Campbell created the role of Joanne in his comic play `Present Laughter` and Ethel in the theatrical production `This Happy Breed` ( `This happy people `) and played Elvira in play `Blithe Spirit` (` Restless duh`). Also, together with the playwright actress twice a week took part in the military concerts.
In 1981, Judy starred in the short fantasy film, his son, Andrew Birkin, entitled `` Sredni Vashtar, gdesygrala sinister Aunt Augusta, and the painting itself was nominated for the prize of the American Academy and the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. It was her last weighty role in the movie, although it never ceased to remind themselves on British television.
At the end of his 67-year career Campbell in December of 2002 gave a farewell performance on the stage, one of the best `obedennyh` London theaters, The King`s Head Theatre. Its program called `Where Are the Songs We Sung?` Included nostalgic songs, memories and scenes from various plays. Judy accompanied on piano Stefan Bednarczyk. Ultimately, the performance was again - in Jermyn Street Theatre (Jermyn Street Theatre).
In September 2003, Campbell recorded the song `Nightingale`, which became part of the theater program with Sheridan Morley and Michael Luo in the town of` Pizza on the Park`. Prior to that the actress as a guest star has worked with Morley and Lo, in several productions Jermyn Street theater, as well as the musical brainchild Lo, `Piccadilly Dance Orchestra`. The most memorable collaboration was her performance at the concert dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Noel Coward, held in the Queen Elizabeth Hall in 1999, the year. On this memorable event, Campbell regaled the audience funny stories about his work with Noel Pierce in 1940 and, of course, sang the song `Nightingale`.
Judy Campbell was married to Lieutenant Commander David Birkin, a member of the Royal Naval Voluntary Reserve, until his death in 1991. The very same actress died on June 6, 2004, in London, at the age of 88 years.