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  1. Biography. Virginia Maskell was born in Shepherd's Bush, London.After the outbreak of the Second World War, Maskell's family were evacuated to South Africa.After the war she returned to London and entered a convent school, where she developed an interest in acting.

  2. Virginia Maskell, Actress: The Wild and the Willing. This ill-fated British actress was born in the Shepherd's Bush area of London, England, on February 27, 1936. After the outbreak of World War II, young Virginia and her family were evacuated to South Africa. She eventually returned to London and entered a convent school where the pretty, gray-eyed brunette developed an interest in acting ...

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  3. During her relatively short career, the actress seemed doomed to play unhappy, sympathetic third parties in romantic triangles. While a notable sadness touched many of Virginia Maskell's roles, her performances are all the more haunting to watch knowing her personal tragedy.

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    Vir­ginia Maskell was born in Shep­herd's Bush, Lon­don. After the out­break of the Sec­ond World War, Maskell's fam­ily were evac­u­ated to South Africa. After the war she re­turned to Lon­don and en­tered a con­vent school, where she de­vel­oped an in­ter­est in act­ing. After at­tend­ing drama school she fea­tured in tele­vi­sion roles, mainly play­ing de­mure young women in ac­tion se­ries such as The Buc­ca­neers and The Ad­ven­tures of Robin Hood. Her film debut was a minor role for di­rec­tor Roy Boult­ing in Happy Is the Bride (1957), and then began switch­ing be­tween the the­atre and the screen. In di­rec­tor Pat Jack­son's com­edy Vir­gin Is­land (US: Our Vir­gin Island, 1958), she ap­peared with John Cas­savetes and Sid­ney Poitier. She gained a British Lion con­tract and ap­peared in The Man Up­stairs (1958) and as an air host­ess in Jet Storm(1959). She made an im­pact on the stage in Ronald Dun­can's The Catalyst, a play that ini­tially the Lord Cham­ber­lain's of­fic...

    Maskell mar­ried Sir Ge­of­frey Adam Shak­er­ley, 6th Baroneton 3 July 1962. The cou­ple had two sons.

    After the birth of her sec­ond son in Feb­ru­ary 1966, Maskell showed signs of post-na­tal de­pres­sion. Fol­low­ing the shoot­ing of In­ter­ludein the sum­mer of 1967, she suf­fered a se­vere ner­vous break­down and was hos­pi­talised at Stoke Man­dev­ille Hos­pi­tal for six weeks. On Wednes­day, 24 Jan­u­ary 1968, she left home in her car and, six hours later, her hus­band re­ported her miss­ing. Po­lice searched woods 700 feet up in the Chiltern Hills after her car was found a mile from her home. Maskell ap­par­ently had wan­dered through the woods for hours be­fore col­laps­ing where the po­lice even­tu­ally found her. She was taken to hos­pi­tal and given emer­gency treat­ment for an over­dose of bar­bi­tu­rates but, al­though doc­tors re­vived her, she died the fol­low­ing day.

    "I love acting, but I also want to be alive. Publicity is like a prison. If you're not careful, you begin to live according to everyone's idea of how you ought to live. Ambition? To be a big, big s...

  4. Virginia married - Sir Geoffrey Adam Shakerley 6th Baronet on the..3rd July 1962 - they had 2 sons. Virginia was also a Poet and artist. Virginia's short life ended on the..25th January 1968, she died from a drug overdose. Virginia Elizabeth Maskell was an actress of both stage and film and television.

    • Shepherds Bush, London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, Greater London, England
    • February 27, 1936
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  5. 14/11/2016 · Virginia Maskell, 20th September 1958 The ill-fated Virginia Maskell, born in Shepherd’s Bush February 27, 1936, was probably the most accomplished actress amongst our Picturegoer cover stars. After the outbreak of World War II, young Virginia and her family were evacuated to South Africa.

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    Virginia Maskell naît en 1936 dans le quartier de Shepherd's Bush à Londres. Après le déclenchement de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, elle part en Afrique du Sud avec sa famille, avant de revenir à la fin du conflit en Angleterre. Après avoir suivi des cours de théâtre, elle débute comme actrice à la télévision en 1957, jouant de petits rôles dans des épisodes de séries télévisées. Elle débute au cinéma en 1958. En 1959, elle partage l'affiche de la comédie Virgin Island de Pat Jackson avec John Cassavetes et Sidney Poitier. Elle joue ensuite le rôle d'une hôtesse de l'air dans le film Jet Storm de Cy Endfield En 1960, elle prend part à l'un des films de la célèbre série britannique Doctor at en jouant dans L'Amour en pilules (Doctor in Love) de Ralph Thomas, aux côtés Michael Craig, James Robertson Justice et Leslie Phillips. En 1962, elle joue le rôle de la femme de Peter Sellers dans la comédie On n'y joue qu'à deux (Only Two Can Play) de Sidney Gilliat. Elle est la même année l'aff...

    Au cinéma

    1. 1958 : Gai, gai marions-nous (Happy is the Bride) de John Boulting et Roy Boulting 2. 1958 : Agent secret S.Z. (Carve Her Name with Pride) de Lewis Gilbert 3. 1958 : The Man Upstairs de Don Chaffey 4. 1959 : Virgin Island de Pat Jackson 5. 1959 : Jet Storm de Cy Endfield 6. 1960 : L'Amour en pilules (Doctor in Love) de Ralph Thomas 7. 1960 : Suspect de John Boulting et Roy Boulting 8. 1962 : On n'y joue qu'à deux (Only Two Can Play) de Sidney Gilliat 9. 1962 : The Wild and the Willing de R...

    À la télévision

    1. 1957 : The Buccaneers, épisode no 36 The Decoy 2. 1957 : Robin des Bois (The Adventures of Robin Hood) 3. 1958 : Armchair Theatre, saison trois, épisode The Boy with Meat Axe 4. 1957 - 1959 : Sunday Night Theatre, saison huit, épisode The Girl at the Next Table et saison dix, épisode The Picnic at Sakkara 5. 1959 - 1963 : ITV Play of the Week, quatre épisodes 6. 1961 : Boyd Q.C., saison cinq, épisode Sunday's Child 7. 1961 : You Can't Win, épisode The One That Got Away 8. 1962 : Zéro un Lo...

    1963 : Nomination au British Academy Film Award de la meilleure actrice britannique pour The Wild and the Willing
    1968 : National Board of Review Award de la meilleure actrice dans un second rôle pour Interlude (en)
    1969 : Nomination au British Academy Film Award de la meilleure actrice dans un second rôle pour Interlude (en)
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