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|WikiProject Biography / Actors and Filmmakers||(Rated Start-class)|
|WikiProject Television||(Rated Start-class, Low-importance)|
This is perhaps the most chaotic paragraph I have ever seen in a Wikipedia article, and I'm not about to waste my time in rewriting it. Among other errors, your use of w/c is especially egregious; please rewrite.
"She met actor Michael Caine, in repertory theatre in Lowestoft, Suffolk at the Arcadia Theatre (now the East Coast Cinema in London Road South) with [sic] Jackson Stanley's 'Standard Players'. She appeared in the following plays. w/c [sic] 22/5/53 as Lottie Clegg in "Bed, Board & Romance", w/c [sic] 5/10/53 as Mrs Titterton in "Artificial Silk", w/c [sic] 23/11/53 [sic] as Mrs Gulch in Jonty Dewhurst's "The House on the Moor", w/c 30/11/53 as Lydia Waring in a drama entitled "The Loving Elms", w/c 7/12/53 as Matron in "This Is My Life", w/c 14/12/53 as Lola Salvani in "Piccadilly Alibi" by Guy Paxton & Edward V. Hoille, w/c 21/12/53 as Olivier Meldon in the Xmas play "But Once a Year", 28/12/53 as Bubbles Merton in Dennis Staveley's "Charley's Uncle", w/c 4/1/54 as Diana Wayne in a thriller called "Peril on the Pier", w/c 18/1/54 as Joanna Cooper in the Wilfred Massey play "The Feminine Touch", w/c 1/2/54 as Dr Harrington in John Essex's play "The 10.5 Never Stops", w/c 22/2/54 as Fenella in Joan Morgan's This Was A Woman". On 3rd April 1954 she had married Maurice Micklewhite (aka Michael Scott and later Sir Michael Caine CBE) at Lothingland Register Office before moving on to London. They were married until 1962 and had a daughter, Dominique (aka "Nikki")."