The ‘Dynasty’ actress said the ordeal "screwed up" her life at the time and led to the end of her relationship.
Actress Stephanie Beacham has revealed she was raped in the early 1970s and stayed quiet about the ordeal. The ‘Dynasty’ star has never previously spoken about the attack, but has now opened up to the Sunday Telegraph, describing the trauma she suffered and how it "screwed up" her life at the time.
Stephanie Beacham has revealed she was raped in the early 1970s.
Beacham described to the newspaper the dangers she faced as a young actress, saying that, while the stage was a safe place, once she left the theatre she had to be very fast on her toes.
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Gok Wan, Stephanie Beacham, John Partridge, Gary Wilmot and Paul Zerdin - John Partridge, Gok Wan, Stephanie Beacham, Gary Wilmot and Paul Zerdin star in what's being billed as 'Britain's biggest pantomime', Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Partridge stars as the Prince, Wan makes his panto debut as The Man in the Mirror, with Beacham as the Wicked Queen, Wilmot the pantomime Dame and Zerdin playing Muddles. The show runs from Thursday 19 December 2013 to Sunday 2 February 2014. - Birmingham, United Kingdom - Tuesday 17th December 2013
The BBC have commissioned a new sitcom, starring pensioners.
Acting veteran Russ Abbot has been confirmed to join the cast of an upcoming BBC One comedy, provisionally titled Grey Mates, will also star June Whitfield and Stephanie Beacham, rounding out a trio of pensioners living out their twilight years on the Norfolk coast. The premise is that each of the seniors faces his or her golden years in a different way. And OK, it might not sound that exciting, but let’s all think back to the original premise of Downton Abbey. There might still be some potential here too.
Alison Steadman, Philip Jackson, Paula Wilcox and James Smith will join Abbot to complete the principal cast of the series. Controller of BBC One Charlotte Moore said for BBC News: "Comedy has a unique ability to make the ordinary extraordinary and Grey Mates delivers that with a big hit of characters."
She added that the onset of retirement is "hilariously brought to life by a stellar cast whose relationships are tested in a multitude of ways."