Michele Dotrice
British actor
Michele Dotrice
Michele Dotrice is an English actress, best known for her portrayal of Betty, the long-suffering wife of Frank Spencer, played by Michael Crawford, in the BBC sitcom Some Mothers Do ’Ave ’Em, which ran from 1973 to 1978. Her father Roy Dotrice is an actor, as was her mother Kay Dotrice. She has two sisters, Karen Dotrice and Yvette Dotrice, who also followed their parents’ footsteps into acting.
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‘Dad’s energy is amazing’
Derbyshire Times - over 4 years
“My father rang this morning to say he had tickets for Eddie Izzard,” said Michele Dotrice.
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And Soon the Darkness - Schnitt Online
Google News - over 5 years
D: Pamela Franklin, Michele Dotrice, Jean Carmet, Sandor Eles, John Nettleton, Clare Kelly, Hana Maria Pravda ua Sp: Deutsch, Englisch (DD 2.0 Mono). Ut: Deutsch. Bf: 1.78:1 anamorph. Ex: Trailer, Wendecover. Von Nils Bothmann Aus heutiger Perspektive
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Edward Woodward, 79, Star of Spy Series
NYTimes - over 7 years
Edward Woodward, a British actor with a long résumé in television and theater who was best known in the United States as the star of ''The Equalizer,'' a dramatic series about an ex-spy turned righteous vigilante in New York City, died on Monday in Truro, Cornwall, England. He was 79 and lived in London and Cornwall. The cause was pneumonia, said
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TV WEEKEND; Ruthless in a Greedy World. Sounds Familiar, Doesn't It?
NYTimes - over 17 years
When Becky Sharp meets Jos Sedley, the brother of her best friend, Amelia, she sees what we do: a pudgy, pompous little man, bound to be fonder of wine and food than he ever will be of a wife. ''He's very handsome,'' the calculating Becky confides to Amelia, in what is just the beginning of the social hypocrisy that is the world of ''Vanity Fair.''
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TELEVISION REVIEW;When the Doctor Is a Lady, a Well-Bred One
NYTimes - almost 21 years
There were many things a well-bred Victorian lady didn't do. Catching head lice from patients at a hospital where she hoped to become a surgeon, not to mention passing those lice on to the servants at home, would have been high on the era's list of social faux pas. To call the fictitious Eleanor Bramwell a Victorian lady doctor is very much to the
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Michele Dotrice
    FIFTIES
  • 2004
    Age 55
    In addition, she made several appearances in a 2004 Nottingham-set BBC comedy-drama entitled 'A Thing Called Love', which starred Paul Nicholls and Roy Barraclough among others. Dotrice was married to actor Edward Woodward from January 1987 until his death in November 2009.
    More Details Hide Details They have a daughter named Emily Beth.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1981
    Age 32
    In 1981 she took the leading role in the short-lived sitcom Chintz, while the mid-1990s saw her appearing for several episodes in the period drama Bramwell.
    More Details Hide Details More recently, she has made numerous guest appearances in well-known British television series, including Midsomer Murders (1 episode, 1998), Holby City (1 episode, 2002), Murder in Suburbia (as Cindy in Episode 6, Season 2, 2005), and the BBC daytime soap opera Doctors (1 episode, 2008).
  • TWENTIES
  • 1973
    Age 24
    It was, however, her appearance in Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em that made her a household name, and she played the role for five years from 1973.
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  • 1970
    Age 21
    In 1970 she had a starring role in the film thriller And Soon the Darkness, and she appeared in other similarly themed films around this time.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1948
    Born
    Born on September 27, 1948.
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