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27 July 1937 |
Bolton, Lancashire, England, UK
Anna Dawson (born 27 July 1937) is an English actress and singer.
Born in Bolton, Lancashire, Dawson spent part of her childhood in Tanganyika, where her father worked. She attended the Elmhurst Ballet School and after training at the Central School of Speech and Drama she learned her craft by playing in repertory theatre companies.
Dawson went on to star in several West End musicals. She featured in episodes of Dixon of Dock Green during the 1960s, The Benny Hill Show during the 1980s, and played Hyacinth's sister Violet ("the one with the Mercedes, sauna and room for a pony") in the final series of the sitcom Keeping Up Appearances, though her character was only featured on screen briefly in four episodes.
Dawson is married to former Black and White Minstrel Show soloist John Boulter.
|1964–1966||Dixon of Dock Green||Mary Crawford|
|1965||Mother Goose (Television film)||Squire's daughter|
|1971||Slapstick and Old Lace (TV series)||Various|
|1971||Brian Rix presents: Reluctant Heroes||Penny Raymonde|
|1973||Z-Cars Episode: 'Domestic'||Sheila Clowes|
|1975–1977||Larry Grayson (TV series)||Various|
|1975–1989||The Benny Hill Show||Various|
|1976–1978||What's on Next? (TV series)||Various|
|1977||Miss Jones and Son Episode: 'Baby Talk'||Carole|
|1978||Bernie (TV series)|
|1978||The Morecambe & Wise Show
Episode: 'Eric & Ernie's Xmas Show 1978'
|1978–1979||Rings on Their Fingers||Deirdre|
|1979||The Dick Emery Special||Various|
Episode: 'Just an Old-Fashioned Girl'
|1980||Life Begins at Forty (TV series)||Jill Simpson|
|1980||The Crowther Collection||Various|
|1980||The Dick Emery Hour||Various|
|1980||The Allan Stewart Show|
|1980–1981||The Kenny Everett Video Show||Carla / Various|
|1980–1982||Keep It in the Family||Mrs Morgan / Woman Juror|
|1981||The Jim Davidson Show|
|1981||The Paul Squire Show (TV series)|
|1981||The Kenny Everett Video Cassette||Carla|
|1983||All for Love (TV series)
Episode: 'Down at the Hydro'
|1984||The New Statesman||Enid Vance|
|1984||The Steam Video Company||Various|
|1986||Smith & Jones||Various|
Episode: 'Supergran and the World's Worst Circus'
Episode: 'In Danger'
|1991||Benny Hill: Unseen (Television film)||Various|
|1995||Keeping Up Appearances||Violet|
|1973||O Lucky Man!||Becky|
|1973||Love Thy Neighbour||Betty|
|1975||The Sexplorer a.k.a.
The Girl From Starship Venus
|1977||Stand Up, Virgin Soldiers||Glam #1|
|1981||If You Go Down in the Woods Today||Courting woman|
|1984||Gabrielle and the Doodleman||Wicked Witch|
|1984||Bloodbath at the House of Death||Nurse|
- "Unsung Heroines". musical-theatre.net. Retrieved 10 May 2013.
- Ross, Robert (1999). Benny Hill: merry master of mirth; the complete companion. London: Batsford. p. 122. ISBN 978-0-7134-8422-9. Retrieved 17 January 2011.
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