Diane Hart

Diane Hart Brief Biography

Diane Hart (20 July 1926 - 7 February 2002) was an English actress in both films and the theatre in the West End Theatre of London, political campaigner and inventor. For 12 years she was married to the television broadcaster Kenneth MacLeod before separating in 1968. MacLeod was one of the first seen in the early days of Rediffusion and later, from 1968 and for many years, was the 6 o'clock evening Westward Diary anchorman at Westward Television. They had two daughters.

Born in 1926, Hart was educated at various convents and then at Abbot's Hill School, King's Langley (where she was a Classics scholar). She went after her Matriculation at 14 to RADA at a very young age in 1941. She started working for the BBC as a secretary and, in the middle years of the Second World War, as an audio engineer, where she played Hitler's speeches back to the Germans from the BBC in the UK over their airwaves.

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