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Marsha Fitzalan

Marsha Fitzalan



Germany

Age: 71

Born: 10 Mar, 1953

Known for

In The New Statesman as Sarah B'Stardas Sarah B'Stard

in The New Statesman
In Pride and Prejudice (1980) as Caroline Bingleyas Caroline Bingley

in Pride and Prejudice (1980)

TV Series Starring Marsha Fitzalan

The New StatesmanThe New Statesman
ITV, 1987 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy

A British comedy that might be described as a combination of "Yes, Minister" and "Blackadder", this is the story of A. B'Stard, a statesman in the tradition of Genghis Khan, who will stop at nothing to make himself richer and more comfortable.


Pride and Prejudice (1980)Pride and Prejudice (1980)
BBC Two, 1980 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy, Drama, Romance, Mini-Series
Rating: 1/5

The arrival of a young, well-off, eligible man named Mr. Bingley sends the Bennet household-with five girls of a marrying age-into a tizzy. But it's the introduction of Mr. Bingley's friend, Mr. Darcy, that sets in motion the fate of Elizabeth Bennet, resolved only after a labyrinth of social and personal complexities. This superb BBC adaptation from 1980 zips along, thanks to lively performances, fluid direction, and a keen grasp of the wit of Austen's dialogue and her satirical characters, who range from clever and kind to utterly odious. Due to its faithfulness and deep appreciation of the material, this five-episode miniseries stands up against any other film or television adaptation, though Rintoul may not sets hearts aflutter the way Colin Firth did in the also excellent 1995 miniseries.