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Mary Sean Young (b. November 20, 1959) is an American actress. Young was often remembered as much for her off-screen actions as for her on-screen acting. Her credits include Blade Runner (credited as Sean Young), Dune, Wall Street, and No Way Out. She was initially cast as Vicky Vale in Batman, but was forced to withdraw due to an injury.
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She was initially cast as Vicky Vale in Batman, but was forced to withdraw due to an injury. He was awarded the Commander of the order of the British Empire (CBE) in 1987 and in 1992, he won the London Critics Circle Theatre Award for Best Actor, for his performance in No Man's Land. Her credits include Blade Runner (credited as Sean Young), Dune, Wall Street, and No Way Out. His last roles were in The Camomile Lawn, a 1992 TV dramatisation of Mary Wesley's novel, and as the voice of Badger in The Adventures of Mole (1995). Young was often remembered as much for her off-screen actions as for her on-screen acting. While filming for Yes, Prime Minister, Eddington was diagnosed with skin cancer, but he continued performing on stage and television, and for years he kept his illness a secret from all but his friends and co-stars. November 20, 1959) is an American actress. Eddington moved into repertory theatre in Sheffield, and made his first appearance in TV drama in the 1950s, as a regular cast member of The Adventures of Robin Hood (first shown 1955), initially as minor characters and eventually as Will Scarlett.
Mary Sean Young (b. Eddington began acting with Entertainments National Service Association (ENSA) which was set up to entertain British troops during World War II, but was asked to leave when it became known that he was a pacifist and a conscientious objector. Eddington's fame grew further as the star of the hit comedy series Yes, Minister, first screened in 1980, and later to become Yes, Prime Minister - said to have been Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s favourite TV programme. Originally intended as mere bit parts, the Leadbetters quickly became essential to each episode and their roles expanded until they had equal standing with the two "stars". Eddington was cast in a supporting role as neighbour Jerry Leadbetter, with Penelope Keith as his wife, Margo.
It tells the story of a suburban couple who decide to give up work and become self-sufficient. He rose to prominence through The Good Life, first screened by the BBC in 1975, and still being shown today. Although he worked as an actor all of his life, Eddington was in his forties before he became a household name. Paul Eddington (1927-1995) was a well-loved British actor best known for his appearances in popular TV sitcoms of the 70s and 80s.