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As an actress she works under the name Elizabeth Morton and is known for playing Madeline Bassett in seasons three and four of ITV series Jeeves and Wooster and for playing Lucinda Stoneway in seasons five, six, and seven of ITV's 90s sitcom Watching.
She guest starred in British TV series Spender, The Brothers Mc Gregor, Brookside, Capital City, and Dear John.
In 1988 she starred in Philip Ridley's film The Universe of Dermot Finn, which was officially selected for The Cannes Film Festival.
In 1995 she starred in Gurinder Chadha's BBC film Rich Deceiver, playing Gabriella de Courtney.
On PBS America, she played Miss Jessel in the film The Haunting of Helen Walker.