Judy Wilson (actress)

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Judy Wilson
Born 1938
Yorkshire, England
Died 1 April 2006
Occupation actress
Years active 1970 — 2006

Judy Wilson (1938 — 1 April 2006) was an English actress. Her most notable role was that of Mrs. Greenlaw, the housekeeper, in All Creatures Great and Small.

Her first known appearance was as a maid in Laurence Olivier's 1970 drama Three Sisters.

In 1979 she appeared in Murder by Decree.

Wilson made her debut in All Creatures in its 1985 Christmas Special. She was the third housekeeper of Skeldale House — after the original, Mrs. Hall (Mary Hignett), and Mrs. Hubbard (Marjorie Suddell) in the 1983 Christmas Special. She made five appearances in total, the others being the first four episodes of series 4: "One of Nature's Little Miracles", "Barks And Bites", "The Bull With the Bowler Hat" and "The Pig Man Cometh".

Her final role, before her death the same year, was in 2006's Dark Corners.

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Wilson had one son, Simon Bell.

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