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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Heritage Foundation

Heritage Foundation

We believe this group now encompasses Comic Heritage, Musical Heritage, Sports Heritage and Films and Television Heritage. Its aim is to pay tribute to Britain's entertainers and raise funds for go...

Group, Cinema, History, Humour, Music / songs, Sport / Games, Theatre, TV & Radio

59 memorials
The Establishment Club

The Establishment Club

Peter Cook said this was modelled on "those wonderful Berlin cabarets which did so much to stop the rise of Hitler and prevent the outbreak of the Second World War". Lenny Bruce, Barry Humphries, ...

Group, Commerce, Community / Clubs, Humour

1 memorial
Dame Gracie Fields

Dame Gracie Fields

Entertainer. Born over a chip shop in Rochdale, Lancashire as Grace Stansfield. Worked at Gainsborough Film Studios.  Gracie and her husband Archie moved from Upper Street, N1 in 1929 to The Towers...

Person, Cinema, Humour, Music / songs, Theatre, Italy

4 memorials
Galton and Simpson

Galton and Simpson

Wrote Steptoe and Son, and others.

Group, Humour, TV & Radio

2 memorials