This is from People of Today by Debrett's, the publisher of infamous Baronetage. Who knew Ms Ehle's middle name was Anne?
Debrett's People of Today - HARRIS - Rosemary.
15 July 2005
(c) 2005 Debrett's Peerage Ltd.
First Names: Rosemary
Parentage: da of Gp Capt Stafford Berkeley Harris, DFC, AFC, RAF (d 1952), and Enid Maud, nee Campion (d 1942)
Education: St Helen's Sch Abingdon, All Hallows' Sch Ditchingham, RADA
Marriage/Children: 1, 1960 (m dis 1967), Ellis Rabb; m 2, 1967, John Marsden Ehle; 1 da (Jennifer Anne b 1969)
Career: actress; Hon Dr: Smith Coll 1968, Wake Forest Univ 1976, North Carolina Sch of the Arts 1980; Theatre incl: Climate of Eden (Broadway, Theatre World Award) 1952, The Seven Year Itch (London) 1953-54, Hamlet and Uncle Vanya (NT) 1964-65, The Lion in Winter (Broadway, Tony Award) 1966, Plaza Suite (London, Evening Standard Award) 1969, The Merchant of Venice (Broadway) 1973, A Streetcar Named Desire (Broadway) 1973, All my Sons (London) 1980, Heartbreak House (London and Broadway) 1983, A Pack of Lies (Broadway) 1984, Hayfever (Broadway) 1985, Best of Friends (London) 1989, Steel Magnolias (London) 1990, Lost in Yonkers (Broadway) 1991, Arsenic and Old Lace (Chichester) 1991, Preserving Mr Panmure (Chichester) 1991, Lost in Yonkers (London) 1992, In the Summer House (Lyric Hammersmith) 1993, An Inspector Calls (Broadway) 1994, Women of Troy (RNT) 1995, A Delicate Balance (Broadway) 1996, Waiting in the Wings (Broadway) 1999, All Over (Off Broadway) 2002 (Obie Award); Television incl: Twelfth Night, A Tale of Two Cities, Dial M For Murder, Wuthering Heights, Notorious Woman (Emmy Award), The Holocaust (Golden Globe Award), To The Lighthouse, The Camomile Lawn, Summers Day Dream, Death of a Salesman, The Web of Belonging; Film incl: The Shiralee, Beau Brummel, The Boys From Brazil, The Ploughman's Lunch, Crossing Delancey, The Bridge, Tom and Viv (Academy Award nomination), Hamlet, My Life So Far, Sunshine, Never Better, Spiderman, Spiderman 2
Usual name: Ms Rosemary Harris
Address: c/o ICM Ltd, Oxford House, 76 Oxford Street, London W1N 0AX (Tel: 020 7636 6565, fax 020 7323 0101)