Pam Ferris is a British actress who has been in the industry since 1971. She is best known for Matilda (1996), Children of Men (2006) and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004). She has been married to Roger Frost since August 1986.
Biography of Pam Ferris
Welsh television star Pam Ferris was born on May 11, 1948, in Hanover, Lower Saxony, Germany, to Welsh parents. At the time of his birth, his father, Fred Ferris, was a police officer in the Royal Air Force, and his mother, Ann Perkins, worked for the family bakery. Although she was born in Germany, Ferris spent her childhood in the Aberkenfig area near Bridgend in Wales. She also spent most of her youth in New Zealand, where her family emigrated when she was 13.
Ferris returned to the UK aged 22 after a stint in theater in Christchurch. This was after she had worked as a representative in New Zealand. Subsequently, she decided to pursue an acting career in the UK after meeting Judi Dench at London Assurance. She belongs to the white community and her amazing work in TV series has so far won millions of hearts all over the world.
The Welsh actress has a productive career in many roles. She performed in her younger years at the Mercury Theater in Auckland and explored her horizons working with various regional companies in the UK. Among her standout performances, Ferris is best known for her role as Ma Larkin in the ITV series The Darling Buds of May, which is a comedy show, starring fellow Welsh actress Catherine Zeta-Jones.
Another of her popular roles is as Aunt Marge in the movie Hary Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. She also made her big screen debut as Miss Agatha Trunchbull in 1996’s Mathilde, which is Danny DeVito’s adaptation of Roald Dahi’s. Fortune smiles at Ferris who had the opportunity to work with famed directors Mike Figgis and Mike Leigh when she starred in each of their films in 1984.
Ferris has also taken roles in productions for BBC Radio 4. Her acting career includes parts in Royal Court Theater and National Theater productions. In 2007, she performed the role of Phoebe Rice in the famous show The Entertainer by John Osborne at the Old Vic Theater in London.
His television series and appearances include Hardwicke House, Where’s the Heart, Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit, Nativity 1 & 2, Rosemary and Thyme and a host of others. She also featured as Mrs. White in the game show titled C luedo in its 3rd season.
No matter how busy she was in the industry, Ferris had to take a career break to care for her mother, who died later in 1983. She now supports people with disabilities and their careers. She is of German and British nationality as she was born in Germany and worked in England.
Between 2012 and 2016, Ferris played the role of Sister Evangelina in the series Call the Midwife.
Pam Ferris, husband, children, family
Ferris was born to Fred Ferris, a police officer, and Ann Perkins and her brother, Barbara Ferris. In 1986, actor Roger Frost and actor Ferris have since married. Their rock-solid relationship, which seems to be based on trust and mutual understanding, is not in danger of collapsing any time soon. Apparently, divorce is not planned for them.
For the most part, she has no extramarital relationship and does not have a boyfriend as she is totally devoted to her husband. She met her husband in 1983, when they were both working at the Royal Court Theater in London. The couple lived for many years in Golders Green, north London, before moving to Canterbury, Kent around 2012.
Although the possibility that she could have children exists, details about it are not available at this time. She lives in Elham, Kent, in the south east of England.
Net worth of Pam Ferris
His many appearances on the big and small screen have not been in vain. The Welsh actress has a net worth of $14 million to show for all her years of hard work.