Career History - Anna Pitt

Anna Pitt enjoyed a successful career as an actress throughout the 1970s; in addition to her appearances in five episodes of Survivors, she also appeared in When the Boat Comes In (BBC), Bloodletting (BBC Scotland), and Coronation Street (Granada). As a classically trained actress from the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, her preference was always for the theatre and she worked extensively in rep including Newcastle, Perth, Edinburgh, Lincoln, Crewe and Canterbury. She worked with Lindsay Anderson in David Storey's Life Class (starring the late Alan Bates) at the Royal Court, which transferred to the West End, appearing as Stella, the nude model. At the end of the '70s, Anna worked extensively in commercials, radio and voiceovers, including appearing in the award-winning series of Vladivar Vodka ads as a Russian spy posing as a ballerina!

In 1980, Anna made a career change and went into public relations. She has since enjoyed a successful career with her own PR consultancy in Covent Garden, which still exists today. She currently spends her time between London and a beach house in Sussex.

Above: A publicity photo taken during recording of the penultimate
episode of series three 'Long Live the King'. Photo: Anna Pitt

Career History - Sally Osborn

Sally took many TV and film roles in the 70s and 80s including:

Haunted Honeymoon [Larry's Mother] 1986
Brush Strokes [Gaynor] 1986
Jane Eyre [Miss Temple] 1983
Cribb [Daphne Winter] 1980
Only When I Laugh [Nurse Sally] 1979
Sweeney! [Sally] 1977
Raffles Ep: Spoils of Sacrilege 1977
The Duchess of Duke Street Ep: One Night's Grace [Grace Tyrell] 1976
The Cedar Tree [Elizabeth Bourne] 1976

Above: Agnes with the cross from her father's grave with Pete (Roger Monk)
and Sally (June Page) in Sally Osborn's only Survivors episode 'New World'.

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