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Barbara Leigh-Hunt


Barbara Leigh-Hunt is a British actress who has appeared on stage, film, television and radio. Among many roles, she appeared in one of Alfred Hitchcock's later films "Frenzy" (1972), as a victim raped and murdered in arguably the most graphic sequence Hitchcock ever filmed, and as Lady Catherine de Bourgh in the BBC adaptation of "Pride and Prejudice". She has also appeared in such films as "Paper Mask" (1990), "Billy Elliot" (2000) and much work on TV, mainly in guest character parts.


With Hitchcock...

  • Frenzy (1972) — cast: Brenda Margaret Blaney

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