Natasha Williams (actress)

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Natasha Williams
Born (1971-07-18) 18 July 1971 (age 46)
Trelawny, Jamaica
Occupation Actress
Years active 1989–present

Natasha Williams (born Roselyn Agatha Williams; 18 July 1971) is a British-based Jamaican actress.

Williams is known for playing the role of PC Delia French in the long running ITV drama The Bill. She also played the role of a pharmacist in "Gridlock", an episode of Doctor Who that was broadcast on 14 April 2007, and appeared in Powers in 2004.[1] Her film roles include City Rats (2009), Silent Cry (2002) and She appeared in The Story of Tracy Beaker (2002-3) and made a few guest appearances in the first two seasons of the show and she plays Mrs Batambuze who is Ben Batambuze's mum. She starred in Out of Order (1987), as well as television movies such as Esther where she had the role of Maimuna, the faithful servant of Queen Esther who Louise Lombard played. Other film roles include The Murder of Stephen Lawrence (1999) and the political satire Giving Tongue (1996).[2]

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  1. ^ Action TV Online - Powers episode guide
  2. ^ "Natasha Williams: Filmography". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute (BFI). Accessed June 3, 2010.

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