Space Tracker Joan Harrington is a S.H.A.D.O. operative who works as a space tracker on Moonbase. Joan Harrington was one of the earliest recruits to the S.H.A.D.O. organisation (UFO: Confetti Check A-O.K.).
From the UFO2 Novel: ‘Sir.’ It was Joan Harrington. Her catsuit moulded to her like shimmering fur, she looked too languid to be on a job like this. But Freeman knew better. She had been one of his own nominees for Moonbase, and he had never had cause to regret it. On Earth perhaps he had regarded her with a not altogether official, dispassionate eye, and had even been tempted to find her an office desk not too far from his own; but up here, even more attractive in the simple uniform, she had kept herself apart - a skilled, dedicated operative in the service not of one man, but of S.H.A.D.O., Supreme Headquarters Alien Defence Organization. Today, though, she sounded human and appealing. Respectful, but not quite so impersonal as on his recent inspection tours. Freeman raised an eyebrow. ‘That personal requisition,’ said Joan: ‘did you take care of it?’ He wanted to keep her guessing, to tantalize her for just a few minutes. It was good to see her looking feminine for just that little while. ‘Personal requisition?’
‘It’s all right, sir . . .’
Space Tracker Joan Harrington is a S.H.A.D.O. operative who works as a space tracker on Moonbase.
She appears in the following 13 UFO episodes:
02 Computer Affair
03 Flight Path
07 The Dalotek Affair
Antonia Marie Ellis was born on Sunday, the 30th of April, 1944 in Newport, Isle of Wight, England.
Antonia is a former actress, singer and dancer most active in the United States in the theatre, television and films, and most well known for UFO (1970), and The Boy Friend (1971).
Antonia is also well know as Rita La Rousse in 'Percy' (1971), as Sandra Higgins in the TV Series 'Hine' (1971), in the episode "Missiles for sale", as Maisie in 'The Boyfriend' (1971), as Cosima Wagner in 'Mahler' (1974), a bra model in 'The Love Bun' (1973), as a Commanding Officer in 'The Pirate' (TV Movie 1978) and as a party guest in the Dudley Moore US comedy '10' (1979).
She is known above all as a musical interpreter in London and New York and among her most famous appearances are: Sweet Charity (London, 1967), Company (London, 1972), Pippin (Broadway, 1973; US tour, 1977), Chicago (London, 1979; Antonia was niminee for a Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical ) and Mail (Broadway, 1988).
Ken Russell quote: "Antonia Ellis: A very distinctive actress, her key attributes were legs that seemed to go on forever and a smile that broke across her distinctive strong features like sunshine through dark clouds."
In April 1979, Antonia played 'Roxie Hart' in John Kander and Fred Ebb's musical, "Chicago", at the Cambridge Theatre in London, and Crucible Theatre, Sheffield with Jenny Logan, Ben Cross and Don Fellows in the cast. Peter James was the director. In 1983, Antonia acted in Peter Nichols and Monty Norman's musical, "Poppy", at the Adelphi Theatre in London, England with Alfred Marks, Geoffrey Hutchings and David Firth in the cast. Terry Hands was the director.
Antonia married Jerry Colker in 1981, and they have two children.
Following an accident in which she was hit by a car and injured her legs, she abandoned her film career and together with her husband Jerry Colker, she opened a physical education gym.