Juliet Hammond-Hill

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Juliet Hammond-Hill (born 13 November 1953) is an English actress, best known for her role as Natalie Chantrens in all three series of the BBC drama series Secret Army (1977–79) and its 1981 sequel Kessler.

Hammond-Hill was born in London. She trained as an actress at the Webber Douglas Academy and was in the first Royal Shakespeare Company production of Nicholas Nickleby. On TV she also appeared as a German terrorist, Irene Kohl, in the thriller serial Blood Money and parts in BBC series such as Blake's 7, in which she played telekinetic Pella, and Only Fools and Horses playing Miranda Davenport. In 1982 while pregnant with her daughter she appeared opposite David Bowie as Emilie in the television version of Bertholt Brecht's Baal.

Now known as Juliette Hammond, she is no longer acting and works as a drama teacher.

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