An acclaimed stage actress, but best known to TV audiences for a string of roles in series through the 1980s including 'Big Deal', 'The Hard Word', 'Funny Man' and 'Coming Home' starred with Duggie Brown in both 'The Hard Word' in 1983 and Shelagh Delaney's 'The House That Jack Built'. Earlier work saw her establishing a precedent of attractive, but serious young women characters - a doubtless uphill struggle in the aftermath of the dolly-bird era. She played a WPC in 'Z Cars', and was Terry's old flame in the memorable 'Minder' episode where he thinks he has a long-lost son.
|As Lu in Shelagh Delaney's 1977 drama series 'The House That Jack Built'|
|As Jan Oliver in 'Big Deal'|
|Enjoying Christmas with the 'Royle Family' in 2000.|
More recently there have been forays into the world of soaps, with featured roles in 'Coronation Street' and 'Emmerdale', and of course the ever-present 'Midsomer Murders' and the likes of 'Casualty', 'London's Burning', 'The Bill' and 'Doctors'.
|As the self-reliant Hermione Hepworth in 'In Loving Memory'|
Television comedy has included 'In Loving Memory', 'Singles' and the much loved 'Royle Family At Christmas', while sporadic feature film appearances were in 'Outland' (1981), 'Funny Man' (1981), 'Rogue Trader' (1999) and Conviction' (2004).
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She reunited with her Big Deal co-star Ray Brooks for the early 90s series Growing Pains too, about a London family who chose to adoptReplyDelete
Foster actually, not adopt.ReplyDelete
Always thought she was attractive, in 1976 she was in (TV series) Crown Court.ReplyDelete