Hilary Tindall

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Hilary Tindall
Born (1938-08-14)14 August 1938
Manchester, England
Died 5 December 1992(1992-12-05) (aged 54)
Selborne, Hampshire, England
Occupation Actress
Spouse(s) Robin Lowe

Hilary Tindall (14 August 1938[1] - 5 December 1992) was an English stage and television actress. She is best remembered for the role of Ann Hammond in the BBC television series The Brothers.

Tindall trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and during her career appeared in such television programmes as The Champions, Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased), Emergency - Ward 10, The Brothers, The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin, The Cuckoo Waltz, Z-Cars, Max Headroom: 20 Minutes into the Future, Tales of the Unexpected and A Kind of Loving. She also acted in Terence Donovan's rarely seen action film Yellow Dog in 1973.

She starred in Derek Nimmo's Far East tour of The Man Most Likely To with Leslie Phillips and a young Elizabeth Hurley.

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Hilary Tindall died at her home in Selborne, Hampshire, in 1992, aged 54, after losing a 6-year battle against bowel cancer. She was survived by her husband, Robin Lowe, the son of actor John Loder, and her two children, Kate Lowe and Julian Lowe.


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