Person    | Female  Born 22/7/1943  Died 26/2/2009

Wendy Richard, MBE

Categories: Humour, TV & Radio

Actor best known as Pauline Fowler in the soap, East Enders, and as Miss Brahms in Are You Being Served?, alongside John Inman. She also had a number 1 hit in 1962 with Mike Sarne, Come Outside, one of the first comedy hits.
Born Middlesbrough. Died London.
Odd fact: The name Wendy was practically unknown until J.M.Barrie used it for the Darling's little girl in Peter Pan.

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Wendy Richard, MBE

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Wendy Richard

Wendy's parents were landlord and landlady at the pub when she was a child.

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Windsor Castle pub

Restored by mine host Michael Tierney & Charrington, The Windsor Castle w...

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Dead Parrot Sketch

Dead Parrot Sketch

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Michael Bentine

Michael Bentine

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Terry Scott

Terry Scott

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1 memorial
Albert Chevalier

Albert Chevalier

Music hall comedian, singer and musical theatre actor. Born at St Ann's Villas where the plaque now is, to a French father and Welsh mother. Married Florence, daughter of George Leybourne. His ful...

Person, Humour, Music / songs, Theatre

1 memorial
Goon Show Preservation Society

Goon Show Preservation Society

Formed as a result of the last Goon Show. Patron: Prince Charles.

Group, Community / Clubs, Humour

1 memorial