Angela Lonsdale Actor
Angela Lonsdale (born Angela Smith; 1970), is an English actress. Born to a policeman father, Lonsdale's passion for acting was showcased in the Brewery Youth Theatre at the Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal. Working behind the box office, Lonsdale's talent was nurtured by the then Arts Centre Director, Anne Pierson. She took part in a large number of amateur productions, including plays by local playwrights John Newman-Holden and Tim Bull. After initial rejection, Lonsdale then graduated from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. Lonsdale is best known for playing police officer Emma Taylor on Coronation Street. Taylor married veteran character Curly Watts, played by Kevin Kennedy. After birth of their child, both characters left the programme in 2003. She then took a regular part in the long-running television series The Bill. Lonsdale appeared as DI Eva Moore in the daytime BBC series Doctors. She left on 21 October 2008 after being shot and presumed dead by an old criminal acquaintance, but in actual reality left Leatherbridge for her own and Jimmi's safety. She made a brief return to Doctors in September 2011.
1. The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Colleges/University
The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (formerly Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama) is a conservatoire of music, drama, and dance in the centre of Glasgow, Scotland. Founded in 1845 as the Glasgow Educational Association, it is the busiest performing arts venue in Scotland. The current Principal is Professor John Wallace, CBE, a trumpet player, the President is Sir Cameron Mackintosh, and the Patron is HRH The Duke of Rothesay.
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Institution social analysis
People attended The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland connected by profession and/or age
1. Joe Maddison's War (2010)
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Joe Maddison's War is a 2010 television film written by Alan Plater about strained family and social relations in wartime. Directed by Patrick Collerton and filmed partly on location in South Shields, it presents a view of World War II through the eyes of shipyard worker and World War I veteran Joe Morrison who serves in the Home Guard during the Blitz while his son and son-in-law are enlisted for oversea service.
Starring TV roles
1. All Quiet on the Preston Front
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British Broadcasting Corporation
|January 4th, 1994||September 8th, 1997||6||
Guest TV appearances
A Touch of Frost
|S05-E03||February 23rd, 1997||WPC Harman|
|S12-E22||January 31st, 1998|
|S12-E23||February 7th, 1998||Karen Sunderland|
|S07-E12||December 28th, 2004||Gina Calder|