Jill Townsend, born 25 January 1945 in Santa Monica, California, is an American actress best known for her roles as Elizabeth Warleggan in Poldark and Dulcey Coopersmith in the 1967 western television series Cimarron Strip. Her father, Robert Townsend
Arranger/Composer Jill Townsend is the leader and conductor of the Jill Townsend Big Band, which features seventeen of Vancouver's finest jazz musicians and soloists. The Jill Townsend Big Band was established in 2000 as a vehicle to have her compositions and arrangements performed, as well as to showcase prominent Canadian composers including Bill Coon, Bill Mahar, Rick Wilkins and Kenny Wheeler.
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Yet this least housebroken of men and classical scourge of women (he is cast to type as Henry VIII in the new stage musical Rex) has finally been brought to heel in a five-year marriage that could have lasted five minutes. The unlikely domesticator of the notorious Nicol is American actress Jill Townsend, 31. "I've taught him," she explains, "not to tackle every day like it's a title fight." Nicol, though he is eight years her senior, has only one problem, figures Jill: he was "a late developer socially." That is not the case with their son Luke, nearly 3, who already tells his ex-reprobate pop to "mind your manners" when he starts pounding his cutlery on the dinner table in another of his sputtering frenzies.
Townsend in 1967.
January 25, 1945 |
Santa Monica, California, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Nicol Williamson (1971–1977)