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In Praise Of A Soap Opera Legend, Remembering Kate O'Mara


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Dynasty legend Kate O’Mara has died at the age of 74. Born in Leicester in 1939 O’Mara became a full-time actress after leaving art school, making her stage debut in a 1963 production of The Merchant of Venice. She has previously appeared in Home and Away, a film also starring Kathleen Harrison and Jack Werner, in which she was credited under the stage name Merrie Carroll.

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Throughout the 60’s O’Mara continued to make television appearances, on several shows including The Saint, The Avengers and Danger Man. She appeared in Hammer Studio horror films The Vampire Lovers and The Horror of Frankenstein in 1970, which impressed the studio enough to offer her a contract to produce more horror films, although O’Mara declined as she was concerned with being typecast.

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'Dynasty' Star Kate O'Mara Dies Age 74


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Kate O'Mara, who starred in the 1980s primetime soap opera 'Dynasty', has passed away aged 74.

The British actress died on Sunday (March 30th) in a nursing home in Southern England after battling with an ongoing illness.

The news was confirmed by O'Mara's agent Phil Belfield, who stated that she had passed away in the morning.

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Kate O'Mara Friday 5th December 2008 Theatregoers' Choice Awards 2009 - launch held at the Cirque Hippodrome London, England

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Kate O'Mara Wednesday 26th March 2008 poses as Marlene Dietrich for a photo shoot to promote the new play and cabaret 'Lunch with Marlene' at the New End Theatre London, England

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The Horror Of Frankenstein Review


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This '70s inflected rendition of the Frankenstein story isn't terribly faithful to the original text, but it does feature a grandiose performance by Ralph Bates as the doctor obsessed with resurrecting the dead. His '70s hair and puffy shirt is reason enough to tune in, but duelling femmes fatale Kate O'Mara and Veronica Carlson remove any doubt about whether Horror has a legacy.

The Horror Of Frankenstein Review


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This '70s inflected rendition of the Frankenstein story isn't terribly faithful to the original text, but it does feature a grandiose performance by Ralph Bates as the doctor obsessed with resurrecting the dead. His '70s hair and puffy shirt is reason enough to tune in, but duelling femmes fatale Kate O'Mara and Veronica Carlson remove any doubt about whether Horror has a legacy.
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