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Susan Melody George (born 26 July 1950 in London, Englandmarker) is an English actress, movie and television show producer.

Career

Susan George has been acting since the age of four, appearing on both television and film. Her most notable roles include those of the rape victim Amy in Straw Dogs (1971), acting with Dustin Hoffman, and Mary Coombs in Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry (1974). In the early 1970s George came to be associated with rather provocative, sometimes (as in Straw Dogs) controversial, roles and became quite type-cast. The film historian Leslie Halliwell's rather terse summary of her career was: "British leading lady, former child actress; usually typed as sexpot"

George's lighter side was apparent in some of her TV appearances, such as in an episode of The Persuaders (1971) with Roger Moore and Tony Curtis.

In 1988, George marked her movie producing debut with Stealing Heaven.

Susan George has been married to British actor Simon MacCorkindale since 5 October 1984. They have no children. Her earlier reported relationships supposedly included ones with Jack Jones and Charles, Prince of Wales of the United Kingdommarker. Susan was reportedly invited to attend the wedding of Prince Charles to Lady Diana Spencer in 1981, but it is unclear whether she attended or not.

Filmography

As actress





As executive producer

  • Stealing Heaven (1988)
  • Djavolji raj (1989)
  • The House That Mary Bought (1995) (TV)


As miscellaneous crew



Equestrian interest

Susan George breeds Arabian horses and has a stud farm called Georgian Arabians.

In 2007, George was featured in Horse & Hound magazine, in the Talk Yourself Horse page.

References

  1. Halliwell, Leslie (1984). Filmgoer's Companion, 8th ed, 1984.
  2. http://www.georgianarabians.com/index.htm


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