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Born on January 28, 1960 in London, England (UK).


TV Appearances

(2006)The Melon Route (Prevoditeljica)
(2006)"Footballers Wive$: Extra Time" Eps 2.12+2.13 (Vanya Markovich)
(2001)"Une femme d'honneur"- Perfide Albion (Kathy Dunston)
(2000)Repetition(The Actress)
(1999)"Mélissol" (Madame de St. Martial)
(1997)Inca de Oro
(1994)In a Time of Betrayal (Voiceover work for main character La Flaca) (Won a Nestor Almendros Award)
(1993)Passport to Murder (Louise de Chabot)
(1993)Crime Story-A Question of Identity
(1993)Tropical Heat
(1992)Moon and Son (Marie)
(1992)The Good Guys(Caroline)
(1992)A Question of Identity
(1992)The Jazz Detective (Louise Thetford)
(1989)Capital City-Ep 1.7 (Mercedes)
(1988)Onassis: The Richest Man in the World (Lee Radziwill)
(1983)"The Fourth Arm" Ep 1.3 (Macauley's Driver)

(1981)"Brideshead Revisited"- Orphans of the Storm (Rakish Girl)

Both images ©Granada Television

(1981)Riding High (Zoro)

(1980)The Mirror Crack'd (Margot Bence/Elizabeth Taylor's daughter) (deleted; cutting room floor?)

Both images ©EMI Films/G.W. Films


Images in this section used with permission from:
anonymous contributor

AYBS Stats

AYBS Timeframe: 1979

Episode: "The Agent"


Real Life Facts

-Currently working as a writer as well as documentary photographer.
-Speaks fluent French and English
-Taking a sabatical from acting, but is open to returning to Screen and Stage at some time.
-Has a MFA in creative writing. Now on course for a MA in Documentary Photography.


Contact Info

Official Site:

Marella Oppenheim Photography
10 Salt
Belyars Lane
St Ives
Cornwall, England





(2001)Are We There Yet? By Garth Wingfield (Amanda) (Also produced this play).
(2000-2001)"Lulu" performed at first Almeida Theatre in King's Cross followed by Kennedy Center in Washington D.C.
(2000)An Ideal Husband at The English Theatre of Hamburg(Mrs. Cheveley)
(1999)The History of Pandas Told By a Saxaphonist with a Girlfriend in Frankfurt(Solange) Premiered in English language. (Also translated and produced this play).
(1998)Happy Birthday Mr. President (Jackie Kennedy)
(1997)Private Lives at The English Theatre of Hamburg(Amanda)
(1987)The Big Knife at the Albery Theatre in West End (London)(Played Connie Bliss and appeared with Martin Shaw and Gael Hunnicut.)

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