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22 January 1922|
Manchester, Lancashire, England, UK
|Died||18 May 1991
Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England, UK
Betty Alberge (22 January 1922, Manchester, Lancashire – 18 May 1991) was an English actress best known for her soap opera roles as cornershop owner Florrie Lindley in Coronation Street and as Edna Cross in Brookside (1983–85). She played Florrie Lindley for four and a half years from the very first episode in 1960 until 1965.
After she left Coronation Street in 1965, she mainly acted in theatre productions, but also appeared in TV shows, including Z-Cars, the Ken Dodd Show, Rentaghost, Odd Man Out and Juliet Bravo. Her last TV appearance was in an episode of Casualty.
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