Pauline Moran is a British actress who performed perhaps most notably in Agatha Christie's Poirot as Hercule Poirot's super-efficient secretary Miss Felicity Lemon. She was born in Blackpool, England and trained at several schools including the National Youth Theatre and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts.
After training at RADA she worked in many prestigious theatre companies including the Royal Shakespeare Company, Glasgow Citizens Theatre and Bristol Old Vic. She starred opposite Alan Bates in the D H Lawrence story 'The Trespasser' and in the TV film of 'The Woman in Black', which now has cult status on the internet with copies selling for hundreds of dollars.
Although primarily a stage actress, she also appeared in other films "Three Weeks" (1977), "The Five Minute Films" (1982) as well as in the television series "The Cleopatras" and "The Good Soldier". Before her RADA training she was the bass guitarist and singer with the all-girl rock group 'She Trinity'. Among her many skills are jewellery making, interior design, dressmaking and astrology.