Susan Jameson

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Susan Jameson
Susan I. M. Jameson [1]

(1941-08-13) 13 August 1941 (age 81)
Barnt Green, Worcestershire, England
Years active1962–present
Spouse James Bolam

Susan I. M. Jameson (born 13 August 1941) is an English actress. She is best known for two roles: portraying Esther Lane in the BBC crime drama series New Tricks between 2003 and 2013, and voicing Mrs Wibbsey opposite Tom Baker in a series of Doctor Who audio dramas. [2]


She is married to fellow actor James Bolam, with whom she has appeared in numerous episodes of various television series, including New Tricks , Heartbeat (playing three different characters), When The Boat Comes In , and Grandpa in My Pocket .



23 August 2004 The Coast of Maine: Miss Tempy's Watchers Sarah Ann Binson Ned Chaillet BBC Radio 4, Woman's Hour Drama
3 March 2005 The Tragical Comedy or Comical Tragedy of Mr. Punch [4] Grandmother Lu Kemp BBC Radio 3, The Wire
16 March 2005
– 6 April 2005
The Great Pursuit Cynthia Bogden Toby Swift BBC Radio 4
5 May 2005 Stone Baby [5] NurseToby SwiftBBC Radio 3, The Wire
6 May 2005 Claw Marks on the Curtain: The Open Window Caroline NuttelNed ChailletBBC Radio 4, Woman's Hour Drama
5 December 2005
– 30 December 2005
David Copperfield Peggotty / Mrs Gummidge Jeremy Mortimer BBC Radio 4, Woman's Hour Drama

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