British leading lady, daughter of Margaret Lockwood
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Julia Lockwood BiographyJulia Lockwood was born in Bournemouth, Dorset on 23rd August, 1941. Her mother, Margaret Lockwood, named her Julia to commemorate her birth by Caesarian section.
In British films from the age of five, in 1947 she appeared with her mother in Hungry Hill (1947). Nicknamed Toots, as an adult Julia appeared in various coming-of-age films, as well as starring once more with her mother in the 1960s television series, The Flying Swan (1965). Later work included saucy comedies on stage and screen.
Marriage and Children
On 18th December, 1972, Julia Lockwood married the distinguished stage actor Ernest Clark, best known to British television viewers for his role as the crusty Sir Geoffrey Loftus in the long running ‘Doctor’ comedy series during the 1970s. She was widowed in 1994 and after her death in 2019 left four children: Tim, Nick, Lucy and Katharine.
With thanks to Julia Clark for corrections.
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- Julia Lockwood, British actress, dies aged 77
7th May, 2019
- Daughter of the famous 1940s film star Margaret Lockwood, Julia Lockwood became a successful stage star in her own right.