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Sarah Douglas, actress

 

 

Sarah DouglasSarah Douglas (born 12 December 1952) is an English actress. She is perhaps best known for playing the Kryptonian supervillain Ursa in the first two Superman movies (1978 and 1980), and for her role as Pamela Lynch in the 1980s primetime drama series Falcon Crest (1983–85).

Douglas was born in Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire, the second daughter of Beryl (née Smith), a physiotherapist who often worked upon RSC actors, and of Edward Douglas, a career member of the Royal Air Force. Having been educated locally at Alcester Grammar School, she then trained with the National Youth Theatre and the Rose Bruford College, before turning professional by working on several productions alongside well-known British actors such as Roy Dotrice and Jon Pertwee.

Sara Douglas is most notable for playing strong but villainessess in 1980s Science Fiction movies.
Examples of Sci-Fi villainesses include:

Sarah Douglaseathwalker/Jha'Dur in the first season of Babylon 5 in the episode aptly named Deathwalker.
Ursa in Superman and Superman II
Queen Taramis in Conan the Destroyer


 

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