Lorna Watson

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Lorna Watson (born 1977) is a British comedian, actress and television presenter.

She was one of the presenters of Spy School. Her acting roles include various characters in television sketch shows Rush Hour, The Wrong Door and Watson & Oliver with comedy partner Ingrid Oliver.[1] The two met at Tiffin Girls' School in Kingston upon Thames.[2] She also played a one-off character called 'Thingy' in the 'fashoin phonies' episode of CBBC's Hotel Trubble. Her influences are French and Saunders, and Fry & Laurie. In March 2012 she appeared on Let's Dance for Sport Relief with Ingrid Oliver; they danced to Torville and Dean's Bolero.

In 2013 she appeared as Sister Boniface in the Father Brown episode "The Bride of Christ" and took part in a special series of The Great British Bake Off.

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  1. ^ "Credits for Lorna Watson". Retrieved 8 April 2014. 
  2. ^ Lee, Veronica (19 February 2012). "Watson & Oliver: It's hi from me...and hi from her". The Independent. 

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