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11 April 1940|
|Died||3 March 2004
Twickenham, Middlesex, England
|Spouse(s)||Douglas Camfield (1965–1984) (his death)|
Sheila Mary Dunn (11 April 1940 – 3 March 2004) was an actor who worked primarily on television.
She appeared in two editions of The Wednesday Play in the early part of her career. In 1965 she married director Douglas Camfield, after which she appeared in numerous drama series and serials directed by him, including Shoestring, Target, and three Doctor Who serials.
Her most prolific role in the latter stages of her career was in the Harry Hill TV series in which she played Harry's mother.
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