Barbara Ewing

Barbara Ewing


Barbara Ewing was born on Jan 14, 1939 in New Zealand. Barbara Ewing's big-screen debut came with Torture Garden directed by Freddie Francis in 1967. Barbara Ewing is known for Eye of the Needle directed by Richard Marquand, Donald Sutherland stars as Faber and Stephen MacKenna as Lieutenant. The upcoming new movie Barbara Ewing plays is Mute which will be released on Feb 23, 2018.

Born in 1939 in Carterton, New Zealand, she and her two younger brothers grew up in the city of Wellington. After graduating from Victoria University with a BA in English and Maori, Barbara Ewing left her homeland in 1962 on a government scholarship to study at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. Since then, she has played leads in the theatre all over Great Britain including plays by Shakespeare, Shaw, Ibsen, Tennessee Williams, and many others. Her one-woman-show, "Alexandra Kollontai", about the only woman in Lenin's cabinet in 1917 was a great hit in London and at the Edinburgh and Sydney Festivals. She has had an impressive career on the small screen appearing on many programs including Peak Practice, Casualty, The Bill and Ruth Rendell Mysteries. Barbara Ewing has also written nine novels: One of which, "A Dangerous Vine", was a finalist on the long list for the Orange Prize in Great Britain, 2000.

  • Birthday

    Jan 14, 1939
  • Place of Birth

    Carterton, New Zealand
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