|Spouse(s)||Christopher Morahan (1974–2017) (his death)|
Anna Carteret (born 11 December 1942) is an Indian-born British stage and screen actress.
Carteret was born in Bangalore, India, the daughter of Peter John Wilkinson and his wife Patricia Carteret (Strahan). She was educated at Arts Educational Schools in Tring, Hertfordshire (now the Tring Park School for the Performing Arts), where she trained for the stage.
She was married to the television and film director Christopher Morahan for over forty years and often worked with him. The couple had two daughters, theatre director Rebecca and actress Hattie Morahan. In June 2019, Carteret spoke for the first time about living with bipolar disorder since she was a teenager.
Television, films and radio
Other TV credits include: The Saint; The Pallisers BBC 1975; Frederic Raphael's The Glittering Prizes BBC 1976, as Barbara Ransome; Send in the Girls; BBC 1996 Eskimo Day as Harriet Lloyd, Star Maidens; Peak Practice as Dr Yvonne Marshall; Holby City (2007) as Carol Lloyd, mother of doctor Diane Lloyd; and Holby City's sister series Casualty (2010) in a one-off appearance as patient Joany Slavin.
Carteret has also voiced Miriam in the British/Welsh Christian animated TV series Testament: The Bible in Animation and every female character in the British children's TV series Forget Me Not Farm (Following the death of Mike Amatt (1949/1950 - 28th June 2021, aged 71) who played Scarecrow, she is now the last surviving cast member of the show). Both of these shows aired on the BBC in the UK but only Testament aired on S4C in Wales.
- "Hattie Morahan pulls it off at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards". Evening Standard. 27 November 2012. Retrieved 17 April 2017.
- The Sunday Times Magazine, 30 November 2008, Interview with Anna Carteret and Hattie Morahan by Ann McFerran
- "Shine a Light: Actress Anna Carteret reveals her struggle with Bipolar Disorder".
- IMDb entry for Private Peaceful
- Who's Who in the Theatre; 17th ed. Gale (1981) ISBN 0-8103-0235-7
- The National: The Theatre and its Work 1963–1997 by Simon Callow, Nick Hern Books/NT (1997) ISBN 1-85459-323-4
- Theatre Record and Theatre Record annual indexes