Norma Ronald

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Norma Ronald (1937 - 1993) was a British actress best known for her appearances as Mildred Murfin in the 1960s BBC radio comedy series The Men from the Ministry, as Miss Ealand, Commander Straker's secretary in the science fiction television series UFO[1] and as Sir John Wilder's ever-resourceful secretary Kay Lingard in both The Plane Makers and its follow-up The Power Game (1963-9)

She made an uncredited appearance in the 1969 Gerry Anderson film Doppelgänger (also known as Journey to the Far Side of the Sun).

She appeared in The Frankie Howerd Show on 2 November 1975, and later in Tony's, a 1979/1981 BBC radio comedy with Victor Spinetti, set in an Italian hairdresser's.

She married fellow actor Edward Judd in 1966.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1969 Doppelgänger Pam Kirby, Webb's Secretary Uncredited

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pirani, Adam (November 1989). The Complete Gerry Anderson Episode Guide. London: Titan Books. p. 114. ISBN 1-85286-216-5.

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