Constance Chapman

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Constance Chapman (29 March 1912 – 10 August 2003) was an English character actor working in theatre and television. She also made occasional film appearances.

Born at Weston-super-Mare, her roles include Mrs. Brown in the 1982 Granada Television adaptation of A Kind of Loving and Anne in the Children's science fiction series, The Georgian House (1976). Her many comedy roles included appearances in the John Cleese film Clockwise (1986), Victoria Wood As Seen On TV. and playing Uncle Albert's girlfriend, Elsie Partridge, in an episode of Only Fools and Horses. She had a leading role in the Lindsay Anderson film In Celebration (1975), having previously appeared in the Anderson film O Lucky Man! (1973), and her other film credits included The Raging Moon (1971), Doomwatch (1972), Hedda (1975) and Lady Oscar (1979).

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