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Jenny Agutter

Born December 20, 1952 in Taunton, Somerset, England, UK
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Jennifer Ann "Jenny" Agutter (born 20 December 1952) is an English film and television actress. She began her career as a child actress in the mid 1960s, starring in the BBC television series The Railway Children and the film adaptation of the same book, before moving on to adult roles and relocating to Hollywood.

She played Alex Price in An American Werewolf in London, Jessica 6 in Logan's Run, Joanne Simpson in Child's Play 2 and Jill Mason in Equus. Since the 1990s, she has worked in sound recording, and she is a patron of the Cystic Fibrosis Trust. After a break from acting she has appeared in several television series since 2000, including the British series Spooks.

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Tin (2015)
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as "Councilwoman Hawley"
as "Isabel"
as "Shirley Baxter"
as "World Security Council"
as "Maud"
Act of God (2009)
as "Catherine Cisco"
as "The Black Witch"
Irina Palm (2007)
as "Jane"
At Dawning (2002)
as "Escaping Woman"
as "Victor's Wife"
as "Mother"
Blue Juice (1995)
as "Guinevere / Mary Fenton"
as "Daffers"
as "Joanne Simpson"
Darkman (1990)
as "Burn Doctor"
as "Hannah Coke"
as "Jill Albery"
Dark Tower (1989)
as "Carolyn Page"
as "Cleopatra"
as "Nancy Lammeter"
as "Rosaline"
as "Miss Lowrie"
as "Nurse Alex Price"
as "Hobbs"
Amy (1981)
as "Amy Medford"
as "Herself"
Othello (1981)
as "Desdemona"
as "Lizzie Corlay"
as "Ann Walton"
as "Priscilla Mullins"
as "Clara Dollmann"
Dominique (1979)
as "Ann Ballard"
as "Catherine Sebanek"
Equus (1977)
as "Jill Mason"
as "Louise de La Vallière"
as "Molly Prior"
as "Jessica"
as "Dominie Lanceford"
as "Maureen Tomelty"
as "Fritha"
Walkabout (1971)
as "Girl"
as "Roberta 'Bobbie' Waterbury"
as "Wynne"
Star! (1968)
as "Pamela Roper"
as "Maud de Cloyes"
as "Asua"
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