Tuesday, 8 May 2012

Rosalind Knight

Rosalind Knight: 

Charmingly chinny and cherubic actress who played a number of light comedy and romantic roles in the '50s, including 'Carry On Teacher', 'Carry On Nurse' and 'Blue Murder At St Trinians', before getting the more prestigious part of Mrs Fitzpatrick in 'Tom Jones'. Other films include 'About A Boy', 'Eskimo Nell', 'Prick Up Your Ears' and 'Can Heironymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe and Find True Happiness?'. A quality TV stalwart, though in latter years she has done a lot of cosy crime and the odd 'Holby' and 'Heartbeat'.

And this bizarre waste of talent; a sort of American 'Carry On'.

'Start The Revolution Without Me' (1970)

Rosalind Knight - imdb profile

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