Jackie Forster (née Jacqueline Moir Mackenzie) was born 6 November 1926 and died in London on 10 October 1998.
Jackie's father was a colonel in the Army Medical Corps and she spent her early years in India. When she was six, she was sent to boarding school in Britain at Wycombe Abbey and then to St Leonards School in Fife. During the war, she played Lacrosse and Hockey for Scotland.
Jackie became an actress and joined the Wilson Barrett repertory company in Edinburgh before moving to London in 1950. She attended the London's Arts Theatre Club was in various West End productions and films before developing a successful career as a TV presenter and news reporter under the name of Jacqueline MacKenzie.
From 1957 she was on a lecuture tour in North America for part of the year and was in Savannah, Georgia, when she had her first lesbian affair. Despite this... Read More