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|Born||Delia Phyllis Daphne Heard
1 August 1904
|Died||22 June 1983 (aged 78)
As an actress she had a long and distinguished career on the stage, especially in classical roles, before television where she perhaps was best known to the general public in latter years as Richard"s elderly mother Mrs Pulouvicka in To the Manor Born.
She played in many other television serials, including Wild, Wild Women, Doctor Who (in a story-stealing turn in the serial Image of the Fendahl as white witch 'Granny' Tyler), Z-Cars and Upstairs, Downstairs. From its inception until her death in 1983 she played the part of Maud, the eccentric housekeeper, in the Hinge and Bracket radio series.
In 1974 she played the part of Mrs. Froggitt in the pilot show of Oh No, It's Selwyn Froggitt!.
 Teaching Career
During the 1950s and 1960s she was a member of the teaching staff at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
She died in 1983 in Bristol, aged 78.
- Daphne Heard at the Internet Movie Database
- a young Daphne Heard in the play She Stoops To Conquer(Univ. of Washington Sayre Collection)
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