Frances Cuka Bio – Frances Cuka Wiki
Frances Cuka was an English actress. She was educated at Tollington prep school in Fortis Green, north London, and, when her parents moved to the south coast, Brighton and Hove high school. She trained at the Guildhall school of music and drama and made her stage debut in 1955 as Effie in a murder thriller, Meet Mr. Callaghan, at the Royal Court, Warrington.
After working with several repertory companies she joined the Theatre Workshop and appeared with them at the Zurich Festival and the Moscow Art Theatre in 1957. She then played the part of Jo, in ‘A Taste of Honey’ in 1958 at the Theatre Royal, Stratford, East London transferring with it to the West End then Broadway followed by an American tour. Further West End appearances include ‘Vanity Fair’, ‘Sweet Bird of Youth’, ‘Waters of the Moon’, ‘The Wild Duck’ and a number with the R.S.C. in ‘Days in Trees’, ‘Travesties’ Nicholas Nickelby’ She made her television debut in 1964 in The Hidden Truth: Twelve Good Men (1964) of The Hidden Truth (1964) series, which was followed by episodes of Adam Adamant Lives! (1966), The Informer (1966), The Champions (1968), Within These Walls (1974), Crown Court (1972), The Ruth Rendell Mysteries (1987), The Bill (1984), Doctors (2000), and Casualty (1986) amongst others.
She made her film debut in the little-known comedy Over the Odds (1961) in 1961 and didn’t appear on screen again until 1970 when she played Bob Cratchit’s wife in the musical version of Scrooge (1970). The best known of her films is Henry VIII and His Six Wives (1972), in which she played Catherine of Aragon.
Frances Cuka Age
Frances Cuka was born on 21 August 1936 in Nottingham, England. She died on 16 February 2020 aged 83.
Frances Cuka Family
Frances Cuka was the daughter of Letitia Alice Annie, a tailor, and Joseph Cuka, a process engraver.
Frances Cuka Death
Frances Cuka died on 16 February 2020 aged 83.
Frances Cuka Cause of Death
Frances Cuka’s cause of death was not revealed.
Frances Cuka Height
She stood at a height of 5 feet 2½ inches (1.59 m).