Happy February Birthdays to Some of Our Favorite “Austen” Actors

party-clip-art-balloons-different-coloursThese fabulous Thespians have brought us hours of viewing fun in Austen-inspired films. Happy Birthday

 

 

 

2550-ciaranhinds1bMichael-Amini_Jane-Seymour9 FebruaryCiarán Hinds, who portrayed Captain Frederick Wentworth in 1995’s Persuasion

15 FebruaryJane Seymour, who portrayed Mrs Wattlesbrook in Austenland

 

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18 FebruaryGreta Scacchi, who portrayed Cassandra Austen in Miss Austen Regrets

 

MV5BMTI3NDQ3NTMwNF5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTYwMzY4NjEz._V1_SX640_SY720_brenda-blethyn420 FebruaryAnthony Head, who portrayed Sir Walter Elliot in 2007’s Persuasion 

20 FebruaryBrenda Blethyn, who portrayed Mrs Bennet in 2005’s Pride and Prejudice 

 

images21 FebruaryAlan Rickman, who po469900_1rtrayed Colonel Brandon in 1995’s Sense and Sensibility (21 February 1946 – 14 January 2016)

22 FebruaryJulie Walters, who portrayed Mrs Austen in Becoming Jane

 

441079-downton-abbey-robert-bathurst-sir-anthony-strallan22 FebruaryRobert Bathurst, who porUFzuW-tbtrayed Mr Weston in 2009’s Emma

23 FebruaryTamsin Greig, who portrayed Miss Bates in 2009’s Emma

 

 

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25 FebruaryDouglas Hodge, who portrayed Sir Thomas Bertram in 2007’s Mansfield Park

url                                          28 February John Carson, who portrayed Mr Knightley in 1972’s Emma 

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About reginajeffers

Regina Jeffers is the award-winning author of Austenesque, Regency and contemporary novels.
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2 Responses to Happy February Birthdays to Some of Our Favorite “Austen” Actors

  1. Benjamin Whitrow the perfect Mr Bennet and Alan Rickman, the perfect Col. Brandon; there’s no two ways about that statement! 😀

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