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Debbie Bowen (I)

Debbie Bowen is an actress, known for Applause (1973), Permissive (1970) and Emma (1972). See full bio »

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Known For

Applause Debbie
Permissive Lacy
Emma Harriet Smith
Little Big Time
Little Big Time Princess Necessity


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 1975 BBC Play of the Month (TV Series)
- Love's Labour's Lost (1975) ... Katharine
 1974 Affairs of the Heart (TV Series)
Marion Almond
- Catherine (1974) ... Marion Almond
 1974 Village Hall (TV Series)
- Dancing in the Dark (1974) ... Caroline
 1973 Dolly (TV Series)
Cousin Phyllis
- A Life Subscription (1973) ... Cousin Phyllis
- The House Opposite (1973) ... Cousin Phyllis
 1973 Applause (TV Movie)
 1971 Little Big Time (TV Series)
Princess Necessity
- Episode #3.13 (1971) ... Princess Necessity
- Episode #3.12 (1971) ... Princess Necessity
- Episode #3.11 (1971) ... Princess Necessity
- Episode #3.9 (1971) ... Princess Necessity
- Episode #3.8 (1971) ... Princess Necessity
 1970 Permissive
 1968 Ukridge (TV Series)
Buttercup girl
- The Comeback of Battling Billson (1968) ... Buttercup girl
 1967 Theatre 625 (TV Series)
Mary Creery
 1966 Mystery and Imagination (TV Series)
- The Open Door (1966) ... Maid
 1965 Blackmail (TV Series)
Junior #2
- Take Care of Madam (1965) ... Junior #2

Personal Details

Other Works:

She acted in Michael Bogdanov's adaptation of "The Bootleg Gentleman" also known as "Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme," at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford, Surrey, England with Bill Wallis, Lewis Fiander, Maggie Jones, Rita Merkelis, John Rye, Bob Hornery, and Michael Da Costa in the cast. Michael Bogdanov was director.

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