Margo was an accomplished and vivacious actress who trained as a dancer. She worked steadily,mainly on stage and television until her retirement. She began her career in Stars in Battledress at the end of World War 2. Her first big break was as Noelle Gordon's understudy in Brigadoon, in London in the late 1940s. Other musicals included Wedding in Paris, The Water Gypsies, Maggie May and Showboat. She was a member of the National Theatre from 1965-9 and toured with the company led by Sir Lawrence Oliver when they went to Canada. For many years she was in panto, often as a fairy, and worked with Ricki Fulton. She played Caribosse the wicked witch in Sleeping Beauty at Glasgow. Margo appeared in Z Cars, Take Three Girls, Crossroads and Scotch and Rye. She was the murder victim in the long running 'Mousetrap'. She once told me that she had a longer career because believed she was a character actress. She retired to Devon, and a later marriage to John, who had been a love of her youth. She was still able to do the splits and cartwheels on her seventieth birthday. Unfortunately, she passed away due to cancer. Margo remarked that of her movies, she never realised one was so raunchy until it was released, as she missed that part!