Mary Millar

Madame Giry

Mary Millar made her West End debut at Her Majesty’s Theatre as Chlorus in Lock Up Your Daughters, which transferred from The Mermaid Theatre. Her career which commenced at the age of 14 singing operator arias in Variety, has covered everything from Musical Comedy, Revue, Restoration Comedy, Drama and Farce as well as appearing on Broadway in Camelot.

Her many West End Credits also include Popkiss, Pal Joey, All In Love, Ann Veronica (the title role) and Small And Brassy. Other credits include The Importance 0f Being Ernest, The Real Inspectorhound, Black Comedy, Dearest Dracula, Spiders Webb, Bless The Bride, Virtue In Danger and Mating Game. Her many television shows include Iolanthe, The Mikado, Rookery Nook and the Dick Emery and the Stanley Baxter Shows.

Mary appeared as Sally in the highly praised European Premier of Stephen Sondheim’s Follies at The Library Theatre, Manchester, followed by Hans Anderson as Jenny Lind and has also toured Israel in the Warehouse production How Lucky Can You Get. She recently scored a personal success as Anna in The King And I at Ipswich.

Mary is married to Theatre Photographer Rafael and has a daughter, Lucy.