Jean Boht is a stage and screen actor. On stage, Boht made her West End debut in 1990, as Oisa in Steel Magnolias, at the Lyric Theatre, and in Bread, which went on a...Read More
Jean Boht is a stage and screen actor. On television, she came to fame through six years performing as Nellie Boswell in the BBC’s television series Bread. In 2006, she gained the part of Jean Clarkson in Doctors, and in 2007 played Rosemary Mulligan in Holby City and Rose Harrison in The Bill. In 2008, she returned to Doctors in the part of Nora Joyce, and also appeared in Celebrity Cash in the Attic. In 2009, she played Dorothy in Casualty, and in 2010 was Barbara in Missing. Films include The Asylum, Mothers and Daughters, Raising Caine and The Understudy.
On stage, Boht made her West End debut in 1990, as Oisa in Steel Magnolias, at the Lyric Theatre, and in Bread, which went on a UK Tour as well as playing at the Dominion Theatre. She has performed in various Chichester seasons and has toured the UK extensively with a variety of plays, including All My Sons in 1997, in the part of Kate Keller. In 1999, she performed with the Donmar on its National Tour, in The Chief Inspector Hound and Black Comedy. Her varied repertoire includes a couple of tours with The Vagina Monologues (2003-2004), performances in Cinderella, and the part of Margaret Ruskin in The Countess at the West End’s Criterion Theatre in 2005. More recently, she appeared at Soho Theatre as the title role in Joy’s Prayer (2006), as Nini in Embers on its West End Duke of York’s run (2006), and in OAPz in 2009.Read Less
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