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Brenda Cavendish

Brenda Cavendish was born in 1947 in Eton, Buckinghamshire, England as Brenda F. Grosch. She is an actress, known for An American Werewolf in London (1981), Tarka the Otter (1979) and Britannia Hospital (1982). See full bio »
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Known For

An American Werewolf in London
(1981)
Tarka the Otter
(1979)
Britannia Hospital
(1982)
Public Eye
Public Eye Nell Holdsworth
(1971-1972)

Filmography

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 1988-1998 The Bill (TV Series)
Sister / Marsha Doran / Mrs. Collins
- For Interest Only (1998) ... Sister
- Accomplice (1997) ... Marsha Doran
- Appearances (1992)
- A Dogs Life (1988) ... Mrs. Collins
 1996 The Fragile Heart (TV Series)
Mrs. Youngman
 1995 Wycliffe (TV Series)
Mrs. Tregelles
- The Trojan Horse (1995) ... Mrs. Tregelles
 1994 Nelson's Column (TV Series)
Mrs. Orton
- No News Is... No News (1994) ... Mrs. Orton
 1978-1993 Grange Hill (TV Series)
Mrs. Schubert / Mrs. Cresswell / P.E. Teacher
- Episode #16.15 (1993) ... Mrs. Cresswell
- Episode #2.9 (1979) ... Mrs. Schubert
- Episode #2.1 (1979) ... Mrs. Schubert
- Episode #1.2 (1978) ... P.E. Teacher
 1992 Lovejoy (TV Series)
Frances Morgan
- No Strings (1992) ... Frances Morgan
 1992 The Brittas Empire (TV Series)
Woman
- Back from the Dead (1992) ... Woman
 1991 Hope It Rains (TV Series)
Akela
- Relations (1991) ... Akela
 1991 Doctor at the Top (TV Series)
Brenda Snell
- Sins of the Father (1991) ... Brenda Snell
 1985 C.A.T.S. Eyes (TV Series)
Lisa
- Love Byte (1985) ... Lisa
 1985 Screen Two (TV Series)
Nurse
- In the Secret State (1985) ... Nurse
 1973-1983 Crown Court (TV Series)
Mary Collins
- Infanticide or Murder?: Part 3 (1973) ... Mary Collins
- Infanticide or Murder?: Part 2 (1973) ... Mary Collins
 1982 Britannia Hospital
Nurse
 1982 BBC2 Playhouse (TV Series)
Marie
- The Workshop (1982) ... Marie
 1979 Tarka the Otter
Lucy
 1978 The Professionals (TV Series)
Divorcee
- First Night (1978) ... Divorcee
 1978 The Sandbaggers (TV Series)
Sally Graham
- Is Your Journey Really Necessary? (1978) ... Sally Graham
 1976 Thriller (TV Series)
Betty Tyler
- The Next Victim (1976) ... Betty Tyler
 1976 Red Letter Day (TV Series)
Glenda
- Well Thank You, Thursday (1976) ... Glenda
 1975 Looking for Clancy (TV Series)
Grace Clancy
- Episode #1.2 (1975) ... Grace Clancy
- Episode #1.1 (1975) ... Grace Clancy
 1974 Armchair Cinema (TV Series)
Receptionist
- The Prison (1974) ... Receptionist
 1974 Within These Walls (TV Series)
Shirley
- Guessing Game (1974) ... Shirley
 1974 John Halifax, Gentleman (TV Mini-Series)
Maud
- Episode #1.5 (1974) ... Maud
- Episode #1.4 (1974) ... Maud
 1973 Doctor in Charge (TV Series)
Lucy Fitzwilliam
- Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot? (1973) ... Lucy Fitzwilliam
 1973 Billy Liar (TV Series)
Sue
- Billy and the Party Spirit (1973) ... Sue
 1973 Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads? (TV Series)
Norma
- The Old Magic (1973) ... Norma
 1971-1972 Public Eye (TV Series)
Nell Holdsworth
- Mrs. Podmore's Cat (1972) ... Nell Holdsworth
- John VII. Verse 24 (1971) ... Nell Holdsworth
- Transatlantic Cousins (1971) ... Nell Holdsworth
- The Man Who Didn't Eat Sweets (1971) ... Nell Holdsworth
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Personal Details

Other Works:

She acted in Sir Alan Ayckbourn's play, "Absurd Person Singular," at the Wimbledon Theatre in Wimbledon, England with John Thaw CBE, Richard Coleman, Josephine Tewson, Paul Greenwood, and Barbara Morton in the cast. Paul Eddington CBE was director.

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