Rosalie Williams

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Rosalie Williams (12 June 1919 in Barton upon Irwell, Lancashire – 11 December 2009 in Manchester) was an actress best known for her appearance as Mrs Hudson in The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes TV series produced by Granada Television from 1984 until 1994 alongside Jeremy Brett, David Burke, Edward Hardwicke, and Colin Jeavons.[1][2]

Rosalie Williams also appeared as Mrs Lacey in Coronation Street, an award-winning British soap opera (20 March 1978), and as Mary in 10 episodes of Flambards (1979).[1]

Her husband, actor David Scase, died in 2003. Their son, Rory, was also in the theatre business.


Williams has the following credits to her name:

As Producer[edit]

  • Dear Diary: A Film About Female Puberty (1981) (executive producer)


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