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Biography
Karen Dotris is a British actress, best known for her role as Jane Banks in Disney’s film version of ‘Mary Poppins’. She became an actress theater (at 4 years old), then began acting in film and television, but in 1984 she left the show business to devote her time to children (Karen has three of them). In 2004, she received the title of ‘Legends of Disney’.
Karen Dotris was born on November 11, 1955 in an actor’s family: both her mother Kay and father Roy were actors in the theater. Karen was the third child; Both her sisters, Michel and Yvette, also became actresses.
In four years, in the production of the ‘Caucasian Chalk Circle’ by Berthold Brecht, the actor’s debut of Dotris took place (the actor’s play of Karen was led by a father who played one of the roles in it), after which the girl was noticed and invited to the USA to meet with Walt Disney.
In 1964, at the age of 8, Karen took part in the filming of the film Three Lives of Tomasina; At this time her father was busy on the production of ‘King Lear’ in England, and in America, about the Dotris, was personally taken care of by Walt Disney. Karen later recalled that she fell in love with him and called him ‘Uncle Walt’, and he really liked the lovely English pronunciation of Karen and her courtesy.
After Karen played wonderfully in ‘Tomazine’, there was no doubt about the performer of the role of Jane Banks in ‘Mary Poppins’ (also 1964). This Disney film at one time became the most commercially successful, collected five ‘Oscars’ and made all actors engaged in filming, famous; Critics admired the natural play of the actors-children: “the children in the film are exactly what they should be!”.
In 1967, Dotris starred in the Disney film ‘The Gnome-Mobile’, but the film was unsuccessful and did not even get close to the tops of the box office and the glory achieved by Mary Poppins; More Karen in childhood did not appear on the screens.
In 1978, Karen in the first and only time starred in the movie in adulthood; It was the film ’39 steps’, where she played Alex McKenzie.
A little more Karen appeared on TV screens. In 1974, she played in a small television series (total duration of only 9 hours), a drama about the love and love of Napoleon the First, entitled ‘Napoleon and Love’. In 1975 she played the role of maid Lily Hawkins in 5 episodes of the last, fifth season of the series ‘Up and Down the Stairs’. This series narrated about the life of one of the families of high society of the early twentieth century, Bellamy, and their servants; He became one of the most popular television projects of London Weekend Television and went to ITV, and later gained popularity in the US and in some other countries.
In the series ‘Dickens of London’, Dotris played the role of Maria Bidnell, while her father inherited the role of Dickens himself. In 1977, the actress appeared on the screen in a German television movie ‘Joseph Andrews’ based on the novel by Henry Fielding, and in 1978, Dotris was last seen in the television series – it was ‘BBC2 Play of the Week’. Then followed a break longer than a quarter of a century, and only in 2005 and 2006 the actress again appeared on the screen with roles in the series ‘Young Musketeers’ and ‘What Are You Laughing At?’.
During the break, the actress played Desdemona (1981) in the production of Othello Warner Theater and received very unflattering reviews of critics (‘this is not Desdemona, but the doll of Desdemona’); In 1982, she was replaced by Diane Uist, after which she ceased to appear in public.
In 1986, Dotris married the English actor Alex Hyde-White; In this marriage, the actress had a son, Gerrick, but in 1992 the couple parted. In 1994, Dotris married the manager of the company ‘Universal Studios’ Edwin Neill, and they had two children – Isabella and Griffin.
Later, Dotris worked on the scoring Disney cartoons ‘Mermaid’, ‘Beauty and the Beast’ and ‘Pocahontas’, and in 2004 received the honorary title of ‘Legends of Disney’.

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