Evadne Sefton

Evadne started her career at Nottingham Playhouse in July 1967, where she was awarded the Arts Council Grant for Students at the theatre. She remained there after her internship with John Neville, to the Stuart Burge era. She played many small parts until going to the Saville Theatre, London with Leonard Rossiter as part of the cast of The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui. After Ui she went to the Wolverhampton Grand Theatre for weekly Repertory. She rejoined the Nottingham Playhouse company after her father’s death necessitated her return to Nottingham in January 1970. She then became Female Juvenile Lead at the Derby Playhouse, Sacheveral Street playing a number of characters from September 1970 to June 1971 when she moved to Cardiff with her new husband, J Philip Davies. Whilst in Cardiff she turned to modelling and dance, setting up a dancing modelling troupe and also worked for a short time at HTV as a continuity announcer. When her marriage failed, she returned to London and played Snow White for Walt Disney Enterprises on a nationwide tour. She then gave up the business and turned to PR. She returned yet again to Nottingham in January 1975 and married her current husband, Michael, changing her name to Evadne Fisher when she went back into Television in 1984.

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