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Joan Hickson Net Worth

Joan Hickson Net Worth is
$10 Million

Joan Hickson Biography

Joan Hickson net worthy of: Joan Hickson was an English celebrity who have had a net worthy of of $10 million. From 1963 to 1966 Hickson starred as Mrs. She was most widely known for playing the part of Miss Marple in it film series Miss Marple along with narrating the Miss Marple audiobooks. Hickson done stage in London’s West End along with the Q Theatre and the Comedy Theatre. Joan got nearly 200 performing credits to her name you start with the short Problems waiting for you in 1934. We also added few films/dramas earnings which include YOUR BODY in the Library, The Shifting Finger


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Quick Facts

Full NameJoan Hickson
Net Worth$10 Million
Date Of BirthAugust 5, 1906
DiedOctober 17, 1998, Colchester, United Kingdom
ProfessionVoice Actor
EducationRoyal Academy of Dramatic Art
SpouseEric Norman Butler
ParentsAlfred Harold Hickson, Edith Mary Bogle
AwardsTony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play
NominationsBritish Academy Television Award for Best Actress, Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play, Laurence Olivier Award for Best Comedy Performance
MoviesThe 4:50 From Paddington, Murder, She Said, The Body in the Library, Seven Days to Noon, Clockwise, The Wicked Lady, Carry On Nurse, Heavens Above!, The Man Who Could Work Miracles, The Card, The 39 Steps, Carry On Loving, Doctor at Sea, Nurse on Wheels, No Kidding, Law and Disorder, Child in the House, Love from a Stranger, Value for Money, One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing, Port of Escape, Jumping for Joy, Dance, Little Lady, The House Across the Lake, Friends, A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, Century, Sea Wife, Dracula, Miss Marple: Nemesis, A Time to Kill, His and Hers, Second Thoughts, After Loch Lomond
TV ShowsMiss Marple, Our Man At St Mark's, Poor Little Rich Girls, Great Expectations, Good Girl


Interesting Facts

#Fact
1 She had two children with her husband Eric Butler - a son, Nicholas (born 1936) and a daughter, Caroline (born 1939).
2 Vowed not to do another film after Miss Marple: A Caribbean Mystery (1989), but was persuaded to return for the final two films in 1991 and 1992. She then retired from the role, believing that she should stop while the programme was still at the peak of its popularity.
3 Vice President of The Agatha Christie Society, with David Suchet, until her death.
4 Trained for three years at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and made her stage debut aged 20.
5 Lived in Rose Lane, Wivenhoe along the River Colne in Essex. A plaque now marks the house where she lived for 40 years.
6 Interred at Sidbury Cemetery under her married name, Joan Bogle Butler in Sidbury, Devon.
7 As of 2009, she is the oldest actress to play the Agatha Christie character "Miss Marple" being 86 years old when Miss Marple: The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side (1992) premiered on 27th December 1992. Her closest rival is Helen Hayes who was 85 years old when she played the role in Murder with Mirrors (1985) .
8 Appeared as Mrs Kidder with Margaret Rutherford as Miss Marple in Agatha Christie's Murder She Said (1961). She later remade the same film as Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: 4:50 from Paddington (1987), playing Miss Marple.
9 Won Broadway's 1979 Tony Award as Best Actress (Featured Role - Play) for "Bedroom Farce."
10 After appearing in the play "Appointment with Death", Agatha Christie wrote Joan a letter telling her she hoped that she would one day play "Miss Marple". Nearly 40 years later, Joan did just that, and ended up being considered the closest to the character, Christie created, in her portrayal.
11 Received 2 BAFTA nominations as Best TV actress for playing Miss Marple.
12 She was awarded the OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in the 1987 Queen's Birthday Honours List for her services to drama.
13 Agatha Christie saw Ms. Hickson in the 1946 play of the Christie novel "Appointment With Death." Christie sent Ms. Hickson a note that read, "I hope one day you will play my dear Miss Marple."


Net Worth & Salary

TitleSalary
Carry on Girls (1973) £300


Trademarks

#Trademark
1 Straw hat and handbag


Quotes

#Quote
1 I watch these old films in black and white, and suddenly the door opens and there I am. The other day, I was wearing the most awful hat.
2 [on the Open Air Theatre in Regent's Park during World War II] We kept one eye on the sky to see what was coming over. We used to feel the audience were being... stupid because they sort of hurled themselves on the ground.
3 [on disapproval from her relatives about acting] My Aunt Aggie - she was about 4 feet tall - drew herself up to her full height and said, 'What is Joan's destination to be?' which she thought was the gutter, you see.
4 [on being awarded an OBE] It must be because the programme (Miss Marple) has gone all over the world and is bringing in such lovely revenue. I think its enormous success is because it's so charmingly done.
5 I love getting back to Wivenhoe. I get out of my wig, bustle and costume in three minutes flat at the end of the play before jumping into a taxi outside the theater and catching the train home.
6 [on being sent away to school during World War I] It was one of the first co-educational schools. I remember my Aunt Lizzie in tweeds and a flying helmet running up and down the touchline shouting for our boys.
7 Retirement is fatal. If you retire you go POP.
8 [on Miss Marple] I think she's a wonderful woman with a very clear outlook on life. Miss Marple believes in justice and has very high standards. There is nothing you could say or do that would shock her.
9 I was never really pretty, so for someone like myself it's more useful to be a character actress than a leading actress... in television especially, they want real wrinkles.
10 I have never been a star, I'm just an old character bag.
11 [on being taken to her first pantomime, Cinderella, at the age of five] I was utterly entranced, and asked my parents to move as near to the theatre as possible. I knew immediately that the life I wanted was there.
12 [on age] Once you stop, your brain goes, and when that happens it's all over.
13 I wasn't beautiful, so there were plenty of character roles. I never did any Shakespeare, I'm far too superficial for that. I just act instinctively.
14 [on her husband] He had no interest in the theatre. I don't think he ever came to see my work. After the show I would get on the train, go home and become Mrs Butler again. It was rather nice having two lives.
15 [on the death of her husband] I never really got over it, but my work was an enormous help. You simply have to go on.
16 I thought I was the wrong shape, that Miss Marple would be much fluffier than me, much more wearing shawls and things. But I was persuaded and now, well - I can only do it my way.
17 I was lucky not to have been born pretty.


Pictures

Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1987 RTS Television Award Royal Television Society, UK Best Performance - Female For the "Miss Marple" films.

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1995 CableACE CableACE Awards Actress in a Movie or Miniseries Miss Marple: The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side (1992)
1988 BAFTA TV Award BAFTA Awards Best Actress Miss Marple: Nemesis (1987)
1987 BAFTA TV Award BAFTA Awards Best Actress Miss Marple: The Murder at the Vicarage (1986)


Filmography

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Century 1993 Mrs. Whitweather
Miss Marple: The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side 1992 TV Movie Miss Jane Marple
Miss Marple: They Do It with Mirrors 1991 TV Movie Miss Marple
King of the Wind 1990 Duchess of Marlborough
Miss Marple: A Caribbean Mystery 1989 TV Movie Miss Marple
Masterpiece Mystery 1986-1989 TV Series Miss Marple
Boon 1989 TV Series Delia
Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: 4:50 from Paddington 1987 TV Movie Miss Jane Marple
Miss Marple: Nemesis 1987 TV Movie Miss Jane Marple
Miss Marple: At Bertram's Hotel 1987 TV Movie Miss Marple
Miss Marple: Sleeping Murder 1987 TV Movie Miss Marple
Miss Marple: The Murder at the Vicarage 1986 TV Movie Miss Marple
Screenplay 1986 TV Series Bea
Clockwise 1986 Mrs. Trellis
Time for Murder 1985 TV Series Miss Wainwright
Miss Marple: A Pocketful of Rye 1985 TV Movie Miss Jane Marple
Miss Marple: A Murder Is Announced 1985 TV Mini-Series Miss Marple
Miss Marple: The Moving Finger 1985 TV Movie Miss Marple
Miss Marple: The Body in the Library 1984 TV Mini-Series Miss Marple
Poor Little Rich Girls 1984 TV Series Lady Harriet
Round and Round 1984 TV Series Mrs. Baker
The Outsider 1983 TV Series Lillian, Lord Wrathdale's Mother
The Wicked Lady 1983 Aunt Agatha
The Gentle Touch 1982 TV Series Sarah Meade
Take Three Women 1982 TV Series Lady Dickinson
Barriers 1982 TV Series Traffic warden
Great Expectations 1981 TV Mini-Series Miss Havisham
Strangers 1981 TV Series Miss Robinson
Lady Killers 1981 TV Series Carrie Esther Rapley
ITV Playhouse 1968-1981 TV Series Mrs. Massie / Mrs. Trix / Matron
Crown Court 1975-1981 TV Series Elizabeth Penn / Mary Freebody / Mary Emily Freebody
Nanny 1981 TV Series Mrs. Nesbitt
The Taming of the Shrew 1980 TV Movie Widow
Bedroom Farce 1980 TV Movie Delia
Why Didn't They Ask Evans? 1980 TV Movie Mrs. Rivington
Yanks 1979 Mrs. Moody
The Crezz 1976 TV Series Mrs. Bronte
Our Mutual Friend 1976 TV Mini-Series Abbey Potterson
Play for Today 1976 TV Series Mother
Happy Ever After 1976 TV Series Mrs. Henderson
Within These Walls 1975 TV Series Edna Dewfall
One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing 1975 Mrs. Gibbons
Village Hall 1975 TV Series Ursula Garfield
South Riding 1974 TV Mini-Series Agnes Sigglesthwaite
Good Girl 1974 TV Series Mrs. Morrow
Confessions of a Window Cleaner 1974 Mrs. Radlett
Two Old Dears 1973 TV Series
Carry on Girls 1973 Mrs. Dukes
Ooh La La! 1973 TV Series Madame Latour
Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads? 1973 TV Series Mrs. Chambers
The Upper Crusts 1973 TV Series Mrs. Stubbs
Theatre of Blood 1973 Mrs. Sprout
After Loch Lomond 1973 TV Movie Nancy
Full House 1973 TV Series Mother
ITV Saturday Night Theatre 1969-1972 TV Series Mrs. Hope-Rising / Mrs. Beatrice Williams
Sykes 1972 TV Series Nurse
Budgie 1972 TV Series Edith Broughton
Father Dear Father 1972 TV Series Ethel
The Man Outside 1972 TV Series Martha
A Day in the Death of Joe Egg 1972 Grace
From a Bird's Eye View 1971 TV Series Hilda Tuttle
Friends 1971 Lady in Bookstore
Bachelor Father 1970 TV Series Mrs. Pugsley
Carry on Loving 1970 Mrs. Grubb
Who-Dun-It 1969 TV Series Miss Mackey
Dixon of Dock Green 1969 TV Series Elsie Francis
W. Somerset Maugham 1969 TV Series Mrs. Carter
Oh Brother! 1969 TV Series
The Possessed 1969 TV Mini-Series Madame Drosdov
Mystery and Imagination 1968 TV Series Mrs. Weston
Armchair Theatre 1968 TV Series Mrs. Monkstown
Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter 1968 Landlady
Our Man at St. Mark's 1963-1966 TV Series Mrs. Peace
The Secret of My Success 1965 Mrs. Pringle
Theatre 625 1965 TV Series Elsie Amble
ITV Play of the Week 1957-1964 TV Series Mrs. Caley / Nurse Braddock / Mrs. Hudd / ...
Thursday Theatre 1964 TV Series Mrs. Jenkins
Secret Agent 1964 TV Series Mrs. Curtis
Paris 1900 1964 TV Series Madame Aigreville
First Night 1964 TV Series Maggie's mother
Espionage 1963 TV Series Sara Forsythe
The Victorians 1963 TV Mini-Series Mrs. Jenkins
BBC Sunday-Night Play 1963 TV Mini-Series Edith Swinney
Heavens Above! 1963 Housewife
It Happened Like This 1963 TV Series Mrs. Dixon
Nurse on Wheels 1963 Mrs. Wood
Somerset Maugham Hour 1962 TV Series Rose Waterhouse
Not at All 1962 TV Movie Mrs. K
Silent Evidence 1962 TV Series Martha Bligh
Hugh and I 1962 TV Series Miss Jenks
Saki 1962 TV Mini-Series Mrs. Yonelet
I Thank a Fool 1962 Landlady
The Six Proud Walkers 1962 TV Series Lady Barlow
In the Doghouse 1962 Miss Gibbs
Crooks Anonymous 1962
Dinner with the Family 1962 TV Movie Proprietress
Sykes and A... 1962 TV Series
Comedy Playhouse 1961 TV Series
ITV Television Playhouse 1959-1961 TV Series Uncle Ted / Emmie Belton / Mrs. Hinson / ...
Echo Four Two 1961 TV Series Katie Worth
Murder She Said 1961 Mrs. Kidder
Roommates 1961 Mrs. Bostwick
One Way Pendulum 1961 TV Movie Aunt Mildred
The Men from Room 13 1961 TV Series Mrs. Shaw
Carry on Regardless 1961 Hospital Matron
His and Hers 1961 Phoebe
Barnaby Rudge 1960 TV Series Mrs. Varden
Beware of Children 1960 Cook
The 3 Worlds of Gulliver 1960 Patient at Dr. Gulliver's Surgery (uncredited)
Doctor in Love 1960 Nurse (uncredited)
The Day After Tomorrow 1960 TV Movie Mrs. Deakin
Saturday Playhouse 1958-1960 TV Series Mrs. Hickory / Emily
Carry on Constable 1960 Mrs. May
Please Turn Over 1959 Saleswoman
Upstairs and Downstairs 1959 Rosemary
Emergency-Ward 10 1959 TV Series Miss Knowles
The Invisible Man 1959 TV Series Madame Dupont
The 39 Steps 1959 Miss Dobson
Carry on Nurse 1959 Sister
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre 1950-1959 TV Series Millie Blunt / Mrs. Armytage Moore / Mrs. Hilda Yeo / ...
The Horse's Mouth 1958 Woman in queue at Tate Gallery (uncredited)
Behind the Mask 1958 uncredited
The Sky Larks 1958 TV Series Salome
Chain of Events 1958 Barmaid
Charlesworth at Large 1958 TV Series Miss Frisby
The Royalty 1957-1958 TV Series Miss Plimm
Law and Disorder 1958 Aunt Florence
Happy Is the Bride 1958 Mrs. Bowels
All at Sea 1957 Mrs. Kent
No Time for Tears 1957 Sister Duckworth
The Amorous Goldfish 1957 TV Movie Emily Pickford
The Ship Was Loaded 1957 Mother
Just a Little Cuckoo 1957 TV Short Dr. Weekes
David Copperfield 1956 TV Series Miss Lavinia Spenlow
Child in the House 1956 Cook
The Last Man to Hang? 1956 Mrs. Prynne
The Extra Day 1956 Mrs. West
Man Alive! 1956 TV Movie Oakshott
Port of Escape 1956 Rosalie Watchett
The Man Who Never Was 1956 Landlady
Jumping for Joy 1956 Lady Emily Cranfield
Tears for Simon 1956 Pharmacist (uncredited)
An Alligator Named Daisy 1955 Piano Customer (uncredited)
Simon and Laura 1955 Barmaid
A Time to Kill 1955 Miss Edinger
The Woman for Joe 1955 Publican's Wife (uncredited)
The Woman on the Beach 1955 TV Movie Mrs. Brand
Value for Money 1955 Mrs. Perkins
Doctor at Sea 1955 Mrs. Thomas
As Long as They're Happy 1955 Barmaid
Mad About Men 1954 Mrs. Forster
Cash on Delivery 1954 Pub Landlady (uncredited)
Out of Bounds 1954 TV Short Fleur Milligan
Rheingold Theatre 1954 TV Series Nurse Gibson
Shop Spoiled 1954 Mrs. Jones
Dance Little Lady 1954 Mrs. Matthews
What Every Woman Wants 1954 Polly Ann
Heat Wave 1954 Mrs. Hardcastle
Doctor in the House 1954 Mrs Groaker
Man with a Million 1954 Maggie (uncredited)
Love in Pawn 1953 Woman in Telephone Box (uncredited)
The Broken Jug 1953 TV Movie Frau Marthe
Sailor of the King 1953 Hotel Manager (uncredited)
Shoot First 1953 Woman Station Announcer
Deadly Nightshade 1953 Mrs. Fenton
Holiday Week 1952 Mrs. Hawthorn
No Haunt for a Gentleman 1952 Mme. Omskaya
Curtain Up 1952 Harry's Landlady
The Frightened Bride 1952 Waitress
The Promoter 1952 Mrs. Codleyn
Blind Man's Bluff 1952 Mrs. Kipps
The Magic Box 1951 Mrs. Stukely
High Treason 1951 Mrs. Ellis
The Bell Family 1951 TV Series Mrs. Gage
Hell Is Sold Out 1951 Hortense, the housekeeper
The Magnet 1950 Mrs. Ward
Seven Days to Noon 1950 Mrs. Peckett
Over the Odds 1950 TV Movie Mabel Phelps
Such Is Life 1950 TV Series
Family Affairs 1949 TV Series Miss Fothergill
Celia 1949 Mrs. Haldane
Don't Ever Leave Me 1949 Mrs. Pearson (uncredited)
When We Are Married 1949 TV Movie Mrs. Northrop
Marry Me 1949 Mrs. Pearson
It's Hard to Be Good 1948 Mending Woman (uncredited)
The Outsider 1948 Mrs. Read
Bond Street 1948 Blanche - Seamstress (uncredited)
Tell Her the Truth 1948 TV Movie Ethel
Just William's Luck 1948 Hubert's Mother
Yellow Sands 1948 TV Movie Minnie Masters
This Was a Woman 1948 Miss Johnson
Mincemeat 1947 TV Movie
Busman's Honeymoon 1947 TV Movie Miss Twitterton
So Well Remembered 1947 Mother (uncredited)
The Corn Is Green 1946 TV Movie Mrs. Watty
I See a Dark Stranger 1946 Manx Hotel Manageress
The Trojan Brothers 1946 Ada
Notorious Gentleman 1945 Miss Parker
Don't Take It to Heart 1944 Mrs. Pike
The Saint Meets the Tiger 1943 Mary (Aunt Agatha's Maid) (uncredited)
A Voice in the Night 1941 Katie
Sailors Don't Care 1940 Woman Carried Ashore (uncredited)
Second Thoughts 1938 Ellen
The Lilac Domino 1937 Katrina (uncredited)
A Night of Terror 1937 Emmy
The Man Who Could Work Miracles 1936 Effie
Widow's Might 1935 Burroughs
Trouble in Store 1934 Short Mabel

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Agatha Christie: Crime Does Pay 1990 TV Movie documentary Herself

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Unforgettable Joan Sims 2002 TV Special documentary Acting Role (uncredited)
What's a Carry On? 1998 TV Movie documentary Various Characters (uncredited)
London Labyrinth 1993 Documentary short Miss Marple
Laugh with the Carry Ons 1993 TV Series
What a Carry On 1983 TV Series Mrs. Dukes / Mrs. Grubb
To See Such Fun 1977 Documentary Herself
That's Carry On! 1977 Various characters
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