Ania Marson

Ania Marson (born 22 May 1949), in Gdynia, Poland is an Anglo-Polish actress.

Ania Marson
Born
Anna Bujniewicz

(1949-05-22) 22 May 1949 (age 71)
Gdynia, Poland
Years active1963–present
Spouse(s)
Derek Lister
(m. 1977)

BiographyEdit

She was trained at the famed Corona Stage Academy and began her career in 1963 in the famous series Dixon of Dock Green, then in 1960, in other series like The Troubleshooters in 1968 and Detective in 1969. In the 1970s, she appeared in Puppet on a Chain and Nicholas and Alexandra in 1971, where she played the Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna of Russia. She subsequently appeared in Emma in 1972, The Abdication (1974), Blake's 7 (1978) and Bad Timing in 1980. In 2011 she appeared as Diana in Home Death (directed by Fiona Morrell) at the Finborough Theatre.

FamilyEdit

Ania Marson is the wife of director Derek Lister. They were married on 3 September 1977 and have 2 daughters.

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1971 Puppet on a Chain Astrid Lemay
1971 Nicholas and Alexandra Olga
1974 The Abdication Ebba Sparre
1980 Bad Timing Dr. Schneider
1990 Luba Luba (voice)
2012 The Parachute Ball Lilly Short
2015 The Amityville Playhouse Celia Nightingale
2015 Howl Jenny
2016 Heretiks Sister Elizabeth
2016 Don't Knock Twice Mary Aminov
2016 If You Can Dream It Marcia Short
2017 2036: Nexus Dawn Lawmaker No. 4 Short
2017 Sunburn Matron Post-production

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1963 Dixon of Dock Green Tessa Baker Ellis "A Strange Affair"
1968 Dixon of Dock Green Ania Green / Nora King "Ania", "Find the Lady"
1968 The Troubleshooters Angelica "The Day the Sea Caught Fire"
1969 Armchair Theatre Jenny Brophy "The Brophy Story"
1969 Z-Cars Nurse "Allegation: Part 1"
1969 Detective Pamela Bryce "Elimination Round"
1970 Special Branch Karin "Not to Be Trusted"
1971 Casanova Anne Roman-Coupier TV miniseries
1972 Play of the Month Jessica "The Merchant of Venice"
1972 Emma Jane Fairfax TV miniseries
1972 The Strauss Family Olga Smithitska "Josef"
1975 Moll Flanders Phillipa TV film
1976 Victorian Scandals Katie Cook "The Frontiers of Science"
1976 Within These Walls Sarah "Islands in the Heartline"
1977 Leap in the Dark Ilse Lindgren "The Fetch"
1977 Supernatural Dorabella "Dorabella"
1977 Marie Curie Madame Kavalska TV miniseries
1977 Target Ros Recurring role
1978 Blake's 7 Geela "The Web"
1988 Screenplay Dr. Wilson "Eskimos Do It"
1990 Screen Two Lazareva "Small Zones"
2015 Foyle's War Olga Kowalski "Trespass"
2015 Midwinter of the Spirit Mrs. Joy TV miniseries
2016 Home Fires Mrs. Esposito "2.1"
2017 Silent Witness Grace Hockney "Discovery: Part 2"
2017 Doctors Mrs. Sue Dryden "Do Geese See God?"
2018 Killing Eve Ethel Rubynovitch "Nice Face"

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