Susan Hampshire, actress famous for Monarch of The Glen, has generously agreed to exclusively sign and personalise photos in aid of our animal charity. This is the place to get Susan Hampshire's autograph to add to your collection or as a wonderful personalised gift. Susan Hampshire has asked for all the monies raised to go to Alexaandra Bastedo's ABC Animal Sanctuary
Susan Hampshire's Official Charitable Autograph Store
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Susan Hampshire has kindly agreed to sign the photographs and memorabilia below in aid of Charitable Animal Causes. Signed photos make great gifts as they can be personally dedicated to your requirements.
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Susan Hampshire decided to become an actress as a child and worked in a theatre before moving on to film and television work
She portrayed conservationist Joy Adamson in Living Free, the sequel to Born Free.
Also in 1972, she played three different characters in Malpertuis, directed by Harry Kumel.
Susan Hampshire is well known for her work on television appearing in several popular television serials, notably in The Forsyte Saga.
Until the publication of her autobiography, Susan's Story, in 1981 few people were aware of her struggle with dyslexia.
Since then she has become a prominent campaigner in the UK on dyslexia issues and was President of the Dyslexia Institute from 1995–1998.
In 1995, Susan Hampshire was appointed an OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in connection with her work.
Susan Hampshire has written children's books, including Lucy Jane at the Ballet, Lucy Jane and the Russian Ballet, Lucy Jane and the Dancing Competition, Lucy Jane on Television, Bear's Christmas, Rosie's First Ballet Lesson and Rosie's Ballet Slippers, and various books and videos about her lifelong hobby of gardening, including Easy Gardening, My Secret Garden and Trouble Free Gardening.
Susan has asked for all the monies raised from her website to go to Alexandra Bastedo's ABC Animal Sanctuary