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Frances Fisher

Born: 11 May 1952 (68 years old)
Gender: Female

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Frances Fisher is an English actress best known for her role as Ruth DeWitt Bukater, the mother of Rose DeWitt Bukater (played by Kate Winslet), in the 1997 movie blockbuster Titanic.


Television Roles

Show

Character

Blanche Tipton

Dr. Elizabeth 'Liz' Carson

Carrie

Matilda King

Antonia Slade

Joanna Sapphire

Helen Kingsley

Eva Thorne

Vivian Lord (as Francis Fisher)

Betty Johnson

Susan Boyd

Edna Eshelman

Abigail Marsh

Marge Jacobson

Ruby

Lucille Langston

Lucille Langston

Aunt Cathy

Honey

Angie

Helen Traynor

Victoria Abner

Rita Dressler

Ruth Dewitt Bukater

The Mother

Priscilla Honeycutt


LATEST ARTICLES

New on TV today: Sunday 17 January

SABC1 searches for The Next Big Thing and SABC3 discovers a Wild Metropolis.


New on TV today: Saturday 16 January

Discovery documents California wildfires in Cal Fire and comedy Grown-ish starts on e.tv.


Scandal! Teasers - February 2021

Judgement day for Dintle! Also, some bed-breaking...


eExtra alert! Kuiertyd's new primetime schedule (from 18 January 2021)

NB: Deur Dik en Dun moves to 21h30.


The Candidate Teasers - February 2021

Finale alert! A suicide and a move abroad.


Confirmed! Isibaya cancelled in The Curse of the "I"s

The goss you need to know.


New on TV today: Friday 15 January

Filthy rich rule the Bling Empire on Netflix and Ted Danson stars as Mr. Mayor on M-Net.


New! As Die Skoen Pas Teasers - January 2021

Try on the storyline and see the first teasers for eExtra's new novela ahead of its premiere on Monday (18th).


True Love Teasers - January 2021

Chameli hates Meethi enough to try and kill her.


Elif Teasers - February 2021

Selim appoints a nanny to 'protect' Elif from Arzu.

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