Gender
Female
Born
May 25, 1933
London, ENGLAND
Died
Jan 18, 2014
Los Angeles, California, USA
Performer
Relations
Daughter of
Edna Best
Daughter of
Herbert Marshall
Wife of
Karl Held
Comments
Biography: Sarah Lynne Marshall was born on May 25, 1933 in London, England to actors Herbert Marshall and Edna Best. She left private school to pursue acting at the age of 16. In 1952, she married set designer Melvyn Bourne, with whom she had one child. She then married actor Karl Held in 1964.

Film/TV Credits: Film credits include: "Dangerous Minds," "Dave," "The Long, Hot Summer," "Lord Love a Duck," "Bad Blood," "A Rage to Live," "Wild and Wonderful," and "Embassy." Television credits include: "Star Trek," "Cheers," "The Twilight Zone," "Perry Mason," "Three's Company," "The Wild Wild West," "77 Sunset Strip," "The Jeffersons," and "Get Smart."
Come Blow Your Horn (Feb 22, 1961 - Oct 06, 1962)
  • Also Starring: Sarah Marshall [Connie Dayton]
PlayComedyOriginal
Goodbye, Charlie (Dec 16, 1959 - Mar 19, 1960)
  • Also Starring: Sarah Marshall [Rusty Mayerling]
PlayComedyOriginal
The World of Suzie Wong (Oct 14, 1958 - Jan 02, 1960)
  • Performer: Sarah Marshall [Kay Fletcher]
PlayDramaOriginal
A Visit to a Small Planet (Feb 07, 1957 - Jan 11, 1958)
  • Performer: Sarah Marshall
    • Ellen Spelding - (Feb 07, 1957 - Sep 14, 1957)
PlayComedyOriginal
The Ponder Heart (Feb 16, 1956 - Jun 23, 1956)
  • Also Starring: Sarah Marshall [Bonnie Dee Ponder]
PlayComedyOriginal
Charley's Aunt (Dec 22, 1953 - Jan 04, 1954)
  • Performer: Sarah Marshall [Amy Spettigue]
PlayComedy FarceRevival
Mr. Pickwick (Sep 17, 1952 - Nov 08, 1952)
  • Performer: Sarah Marshall [Mary]
PlayComedyRevival
Jane (Feb 01, 1952 - Apr 26, 1952)
  • Performer: Sarah Marshall [Maid]
PlayComedyOriginal
Idiot's Delight (May 23, 1951 - Closing date unknown)
  • Performer: Sarah Marshall [Anna]
PlayComedyRevival
Dream Girl (May 09, 1951 - May 20, 1951)
  • Performer: Sarah Marshall [Usher]
PlayComedyRevival

Tony Award®

 

Best Featured Actress in a Play

1960 | Nominee  | Goodbye, Charlie
Also Starring: Sarah Marshall

Theatre World

Award

1956 | Recipient  | The Ponder Heart
Also Starring: Sarah Marshall

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