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PROFILE IN A NUTSHELL
Jane Elizabeth Ailwên Phillips’ full name is Jane Elizabeth Ailwên Phillips, and her birth name is Jane Elizabeth Ailwên Phillips.
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Robin Sachs’s, Peter O’Toole’s, and Don Roy’s spouses
Patricia and Kate O’Toole
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Siân Phillips (Jane Elizabeth Ailwên Phillips) is an Actress and Soundtrack who was born on 14 May 1933 in Bettws, Carmarthenshire, Wales, UK. Siân Phillips’
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As Jane Elizabeth Ailwên Phillips, she is well-known.
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14 May 1933
14th of May
Bettws, Carmarthenshire, Wales
EARLY ON IN LIFE
Phillips is the daughter of Sally (née Thomas), a teacher, and David Phillips, a steelworker-turned-policeman, and was born in Gwaun-Cae-Gurwen, Glamorgan, Wales.
She is a Welsh speaker, stating in the first volume of her autobiography (Private Faces) that she spent much of her youth speaking only Welsh and learning English through the radio.
Jane was her first name at Pontardawe Grammar School. Her Welsh teacher, Eric Davies, however, referred to her as Siân, the Welsh form of Jane. Later, she enrolled at University College Cardiff to study English and Philosophy.
Phillips earned his bachelor’s degree in 1955 from the University of Wales. She received a scholarship to RADA in September 1955, the same year as Diana Rigg and Glenda Jackson did.
After leaving RADA, she was offered work in Hollywood and won the renowned Bancroft Gold Medal for Hedda Gabler.
She was offered three film contracts while still a student, all of which required her to stay in the United States for a lengthy period of time; however, she declined, opting instead to work on stage.
Early radio, television, and stage performances
Phillips began acting professionally at the age of 11 with the BBC Radio Wales’ Home Service. Her debut performance was as a ginger tomcat.
She earned her first speech-and-drama award at the same age, for her performance at the National Eisteddfod in Llandyboe in 1944, where she and a classmate played two elderly men in a theatrical duologue.
At the age of 17, she made her first appearance on British television, and at the age of 18, she received a Welsh acting prize.
She worked as a newsreader and announcer for the BBC in Wales in 1953, while still a student at Cardiff University, and toured Wales in Welsh-language performances put on by the Welsh Arts Council.
Phillips toured Wales for the Welsh Arts Council from 1953 to 1955 as a member of the BBC Repertory Company and the National Theatre Company. In 1958, she played Masha in Three Sisters for the Nottingham Playhouse.
In 1959, she played Princess Siwan in Saunders Lewis’ The King’s Daughter at the Hampstead Theatre Club, and in 1960, she played Katherine in Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew at the Oxford Playhouse.
In the BBC’s production of Siwan: The King’s Daughter, she reprised her role as Princess Siwan, opposite Peter O’Toole and Emyr Humphrys as producer.
On March 1, 1960, it was shown on BBC One (Wales only). She hosted the Land of Song (Gwlad y Gân) monthly program on TWW (Television Wales and the West) Channel 10 with baritone Ivor Emmanuel from October 1958 to April 1959.
She made her RADA debut in 1957 in Hermann Sudermann’s Magda. Magda, a play about an opera diva, was her first big hit in London.
Although she was only a student at the time, she was the first woman to play the part since Sarah Bernhardt.
Phillips starred as Hedda Gabler in Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler in 1957 (other sites indicate 1959).
While many consider this to be her London stage debut, she actually performed Magda before Hedda Gabler.
In September 1958, she was seen at Oxford New Theatre as Margaret Muir in John Hall’s The Holiday.
In May 1958, Phillips played Joan in Bryan Bailey’s production of G. B. Shaw’s Saint Joan at the Belgrade Theatre in Coventry, which had debuted just six weeks previously.
Her performance was summarised by one observer as follows: “Sian Phillips’ Joan defies the law of averages, as I thought it impossible to equal Siobhan McKenna’s performance in the 1955 Arts Theatre production within half a century. The Welsh girl, like the Irish girl, is flawless… ‘This girl doesn’t act Joan; she is Joan.'”
She played Julia in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of The Duchess of Malfi from 1960 to 1961. Her Royal Shakespeare Company appearances are as follows:
At the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Julia plays the Duchess of Malfi (Stratford, 30 November 1960, opening night).
Julia at the Aldwych Theatre in The Duchess of Malfi (London, 15 December 1960, opening night)
The Aldwych Theatre presents Bertha in Ondine (London, 12 January 1961, opening night)
The Royal Shakespeare Company presents Miss Havisham in Great Expectations (Stratford, 6 December 2005).
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Phillips’ first husband was Don Roy, a University of Wales post-graduate student. They married in 1956 and divorced in 1959, respectively.
Phillips married Peter O’Toole in December 1959 when pregnant with their first child. Kate was born in 1960, and Patricia was born in 1963. Kate is an actress and Patricia is a theatre practitioner.
Phillips wrote about this tumultuous phase of her life in the second volume of her autobiography, Public Places, which was published in 1979.
Robin Sachs, her third spouse, was a 17-year-younger actor. In 1975, they began dating. They married on Christmas Eve 1979, just a few months after their divorce from O’Toole. In 1991, they got divorced.
She is a patron of Sidcup’s Bird College of Dance, Music, and Theatre Performance.
Private Faces and Public Places, her two-volume memoirs, were released in 1999 and 2001, respectively.
Sian Phillips has a net worth of $1 million dollars.
Sian is one of the wealthiest stage actresses and one of the most popular. Sian Phillips has a net worth of $1.5 million, according to Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider.
SIAN PHILLIPS’ WEALTH AND SALARY
$1.5 Million in net worth
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She was educated at the renowned Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) after finishing her studies at the University of Wales, and was offered roles in several Hollywood films; but, she preferred to work in the theatre and remained in England.