Myra Frances

Last updated 02 April 2021

Myra Frances (1943-2021)
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Myra Frances

Born: Wednesday 10th March 1943
Died: Tuesday 30th March 2021 (age: 78)


Myra Frances  was a British actress.

She wa best known for her recurring role as Anne Tranter in the 1970s television drama series Survivors and for her appearance in the 1979 Doctor Who serial The Creature from the Pit, in which she played the villainous Lady Adrasta. She also appeared in several comedy films of the 1970s including Don't Just Lie There, Say Something! (1973)

She also played James Hadleigh's love interest, Stella Clisby, in the fourth series of Hadleigh, as well as playing a barrister, Valerie Scott, in several episodes of Crown Court in 1976.

She was married to the actor Peter Egan.