Jenny Agutter Biography
|Date of Birth:||1952 , December-20|
|Age:||66 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United Kingdom|
|Height:||5 Feet 7 Inch|
|Birth Name||Jennifer Ann Agutter|
|Father||Derek Brodie Agutter|
|Mother||Catherine Lynam Agutter|
|Hair Color||Light brown|
|Shoe Size||9 US|
|Weight in KG||61 KG|
|Married to||Johan Tham (m. 1990)|
|Education||Elmhurst School for Dance|
|Awards||Primetime Emmy 1972|
|Movies||The Avengers 2012|
|TV Show||Call The Midwife Since 2012|
Jennifer Ann Agutter is a British actress is known for appearing in East of Sudan, Star!, and two adaptations of The Railway Children—the BBC's 1968 television serial and the 1970 film version. She also starred in the critically acclaimed film Walkabout and the TV film The Snow Goose (both 1971), for which she won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama.
Early Life And Education Of Jenny Agutter
Jennifer Ann "Jenny" Agutter, is an English actress of both TV and stage who was born on the 20th of December, 1952, under the birth sign Sagittarius. She was born in Taunton, Somerset, England as the child of Catherine Leyman and Derek Brodie Agutter.
She was born as the only child to the couple, where her mother worked in a nursery while her father, who was an ex- British soldier, had retired and become an event manager. As a child, Jenny had traveled much around parts of Asia.
She has lived in places like Singapore, Cyprus, and Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur). Locating back in England while she was 8, she attended the local Elmhurst Ballet School and graduated in 1970. Born and raised in a Christianity following family, she is also a Christian by religion and belongs to white ethnicity. With both her parents having an ancestral history within the U.K, she is a British by nationality.
Jenny Agutter's Career
Her first exposure to acting was in her schools last year when she had to replace a girl for the role of Manna in a drama called Hanna and Manna. She was also reported to be cast in a film, which basically needed just an English speaking girl.
That way, she was cast in her first ever TV role of Kristy in BBC’s TV series named The Newcomers. As she was still going to school at the time, so she could only come to the sets and act on her days off. Upon graduation, BBC again offered her the role of Roberta in their movie The Railway Children (1968).
The movie was based on a book written by Lionel Jeffries and just a year later, she played in I Start Counting (1969), which was a thriller movie.
In order to know more about Jennifer’s work, life and career you can read her biography in sites like Wikipedia or IMDB. She also has got Twitter and Instagram accounts, where you can stay connected and get all her latest updates.
Jenny Agutter's Net Worth And Salary
As of 2018, Jenny Agutter's net worth is expected to be close to millions, but the excat amount has not disclosed yet. She has earned a decent amount of salary from her career.
She was then seen in some bold and hot roles in TV series Walkabout in 1971, playing as a teenager who was lost on her way back from school. Some of her other famous roles have come in: The Eagle Has Landed (1976), Logan's Run (1976), Equus (1977), The Man in Iron Mask (1977), Dominique (1979), BBC2 Playhouse: School Play (1979) and The Riddle of the Sands (1979).
Jenny Agutter's Personal Life
Regarding her relationships, there aren't much to talk about. She had been married once to Mr. Johan Tham in 1963 and the couple lived together for more than 25 years. With two children together, they got divorced in 1989 and since then she was single.
With a busy schedule, she didn’t have time to continue her studied further but was also enjoying what she was doing. In 1971, she was offered a role in a TV film named The Snow Goose, and the role of Fritha that she portrayed won her an EMMY award for the best-supporting actress.