The youth club set up by the late actor George Baker is to be named in his honour.
Louie Ramsay was Born in South Africa to Scots parents and brought up in London where her father worked as a consultant physician at the Royal Free Hospital. She was educated at the North London Collegiate School and after training at RADA started her acting career in repertory with a season at the Nottingham Playhouse…
Louie was then successful in auditioning for the chorus of South Pacific and for two years was in the most prestigious chorus line ever known to the West End along with other stars including Sean Connery and June Whitfield.
Louie’s promising musical theatre career was cut short when she became ill and was diagnosed with Reiter’s syndrome: a rare and painful disease that attacks the joints. However, she later joined the National Theatre where Laurence Olivier cast her as Lillian in Eden End.
- Doctors (BBC 2001)
- Holby City (BBC 1999)
- The Grand (ITV 1997)
- Strike It Rich (BBC 1986)
- King’s Royal (BBC 1982)
- When the Boat Comes In (BBC 1981)
- The Avengers (ITV 1967)
- Softly Softly (BBC 1967)
- Nemesis (BBC 1996)