Jacqueline Pearce

  1. Rula Lenska, Doctor Who #133: Resurrection of the Daleks, TV, 1984.        Fourteen ladies, including four Bond Girls and a future M (Honor Blackman, Jenny Hanley, Joanna Lumley, Pamela Salem and Judi Dench) were in the melting pot for Dr Styles… strangely lacking any scenes with Doc5 Peter Davison. Also listed: Polly Adams, Eleanor Bron, Rachel Davies, Diane Keen, Maureen Lipman, Kate O’Mara, Sheila Ruskin, Fiona Walker and Penelope Wilton… and Pearce, Jerry Lewis’ UK discovery for his London farce, Don’t Lower the Drawbridge, Raise the Water, 1967. She won Chessen in #140: The Two Doctors, the following year and Admiral Mettna in the 200l webcast, Death Comes To Time. All this after her 29 Blakes 7 episodes, 1978-1981, where “I’d been a masturbatory fantasy for an entire generation of young men. I mean, that made a girl feel good.”

 Birth year: 1943Death year: 2018Other name: Casting Calls:  1