Career History - Celia Gregory

 


Above: A publicity photo taken during recording of the second series.


Celia has given up acting and now works as a healer.

Some of Celia's many acting credits include:

The Baby of Macon [Mother Superior] 1993 Film
The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes
Ep: The Problem at Thor Bridge
[Maria Gibson] 1990 TV
No More Dying Then [Gemma] 1989 TV
Casualty Ep: No Future [Anne] 1986 TV
Lace 2 [Queen Serah] 1985 TV Mini Series
Lace [Queen Serah] 1984 TV Mini Series
The Inside Man
[Theresa] 1984 Film
Reilly: Ace of Spies [Nadia Massimo] 1983 TV
Bergerac Ep: Hole in the Bucket [Liz Phillips] 1983 TV
Tales of the Unexpected Ep: The Last of the Midnight Gardeners [Visitor] 1976 TV
Soft Targets (Play for Today)
[Frances] 1982 TV
Rosmerholm [Rebecca West] 1981 Stage (Dir: Casper Wrede)
Hammer House of Horror
Ep: Children of the Full Moon
1980 TV
The Professionals Ep: The Gun [Inger] 1980 TV
Agatha [Nancy Neele] 1979 Film
Hazell [Vinnie Rae] 1978 TV
The Dancing Years [Maria Ziegler] 1976 TV

Career History - Annie Irving


Annie did not continue as Ruth into the second series of Survivors. She believes this may have been to do with a decision to go with a more Bohemian and less middle-class version of the character. However she still has fond memories of the show, particularly of working at Hampton Court and befriending the cast and crew alike.

Some of Annie's acting credits include:

Fourteen Royal Weddings and a Funeral
[Narrator] 1998 TV
Blind Justice
[Lavinia] 1987 TV
And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little
[Anna] 1982 Stage
Night Must Fall
[Olivia] 1977 Stage
Candida [Prossy] 1975 Stage
For Services to Myself [Penny Banks] 1975 TV
The Hiding Place [Anna Salvati] 1974 Film
Getting Married [Edith] 1975 Stage
Twelfth Night [Viola] 1971 Stage

Above: Annie Irving today
Jenny Potter


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