Meet Caroline Slocock, partner of late actor Stephen Greif. Were they married? Did they have any children? Who is she? What does she do for a living? How old is she?
These are some of the questions you’ll be finding answers to below.
Meet Caroline Slocock, The Crown & Blake’s 7 Actor Stephen Greif Partner
The Crown and cult sci-fi drama Blake’7 actor Stephen Greif died at the age of 78. There were rumors that he was in a relationship with Caroline Slocock. After Stephen’s death, Caroline took to her social and wrote, “It is with great sadness that we share the passing of Stephen Greif, award-winning RADA-trained actor and voice actor in television, stage, film, radio, and talking books.”
There isn’t much when it comes to their marriage or if they were ever married.
Stephen was also survived by his twin sons: Joseph and Daniel Greif. Joseph and Daniel are reported members of Mensa, The IQ society, like Stephen.
Michelle Braidman Associates confirmed his death on Boxing Day by writing: “With great sadness, we announce the death of our wonderful client Stephen Greif. His extensive career included numerous roles on screen and stage, including at the National Theatre, RSC, and in the West End. We will miss him dearly and our thoughts are with his family and friends.”
Stephen was born in Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire, he attended and graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and went on to become a member of the National Theatre Company at the Old Vic and Southbank. He transitioned to film after appearing in a number of stage performances in the 1960s and the early 1970s, obtaining the part of space captain Travis in Blake’s 7.
Greif co-starred in the 1978–1981 television series with Gareth Thomas, Paul Darrow, Michael Keating, and Sally Knyvette. Prior to winning one of his last roles as Speaker of the House Sir Bernard Weatherill in series four of The Crown in 2020, he had played Signor Donato in Casanova and Commander John Shepherd in Shoot On Sight.
Associate Member of RADA, where Jill Balcon, mother of Daniel Day Lewis and daughter of Sir Michael Balcon, judged him and gave him high praise for the prestigious Tree Prize. Even though he came in second place in the final round, he still managed to win two other prizes that evening and three more after graduating, including the Kendal award for Best Actor.
For his work in “Death of a Salesman” at The National Theatre, he received a nomination for a Laurence Olivier Award for Best Performance in a Supporting Role. He received a Critics Circle Nomination for Best Performance in a Supporting Role for his work at The National Theatre in the West End’s production of “Saturday, Sunday, Monday.” His voice has been heard on numerous TV and radio shows.
Numerous TV and radio commercials, corporate narrations for documentaries, computer games, and book readings have all included his voice.
He initiated and then established “The Rada Students Hardship fund” and with the help of Michael Simkins, Michael Reed, Richard Digby Day, Charlotte Howard and various high-profile graduates has raised over £50K.
Caroline Slocock Age
Caroline Slocock was born in January 1957. As of 2022, she is 65 years old.
Caroline Slocock Job
Caroline Slocock is a lyricist, writer, and producer. She writes on her LinkedIn bio, “Whether in a script or a song, I love finding the right words to express the emotion of the moment. At the heart of all my years of working in various creative fields – television, fashion, interior design – is drama, which I now channel into a passion for storytelling.”
She started her career in 1981 as a personal assistant to Emanuel till 1985. Following seven years, she worked at Stone Hallinan Associates as Vice President of Public Relations. She writes, “I spent seven years in New York, working as a publicist in the world of television and rising to Vice President of an agency whose clients included IBM, Hallmark, and General Motors. My assignments put me on the road with high-profile talent, including Walter Matthau, Jack Lemmon, Sam Neill, Glenn Close, Neil Patrick Harris, and Ringo Starr.”
For three years, she worked as a freelance interior designer and muralist.
Caroline is currently working as a writer and lyricist since 2000. She originally wrote
She is currently a producer for Ruth Productions.
Where Did Caroline Slocock Recieve Her Education?
Caroline Slocock attended Stonyhurst College and St. Martin’s School of Art.
When Is Caroline Slocock Birthday?
Caroline Slocock celebrates her birthday in January.
Where Does Caroline Slocock Reside?
Caroline Slocock resides in London, England.
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