Born on September 13, 1944 in Weybridge, Surrey, England
Jacqueline Bisset as "Lady Cremone"
The drama miniseries "Dancing on the Edge" is set in 1930s London and follows a group of black jazz musicians, the Louis Lester Band, as it finds fame based on performing in front of London's elite. Despite traveling a roadblock-filled path -- much of the upper-class recoil at the thought of black musicians playing in polite society -- the city's more progressive socialites, including members of the royal household, take debonair leader Louis Lester and his cohorts under their wing. But when the band gets entangled in a shadowy world, it results in a suspected murder that could wreck its career.
|Golden Globe (2014)||Won||Best Performance by An Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television|
Jacqueline Bisset as "Yvonne Firmin"
Geoffrey Firmin (Albert Finney) is a heavy-drinking British diplomat living in a Mexican town. As the local Day of the Dead celebration gets underway, Geoffrey drowns himself in the bottle, having cut himself off from his family, friends and job. When Geoffrey goes missing, his wife Yvonne (Jacqueline Bisset) convinces his half-brother Hugh (Anthony Andrews) to conduct a last-ditch search for the drunk, hoping that Hugh might be able to rescue her self-destructing husband.
|Golden Globe (1984)||Nominated||Best Performance By an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture|