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Julie Crosthwaite


Julie Crosthwaite was born in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England. She is an actress, known for Armchair Cinema (1973), Madhouse (1974) and The Picnic (1975). See full bio »

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Known For

Armchair Cinema
(1974)
Madhouse
Madhouse Ellen Mason
(1974)
The Picnic
The Picnic The Girlfriend
(1975)
The Persuaders!
(1971)

Filmography

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 1973-1977 The Two Ronnies (TV Series)
- Episode #6.4 (1977) ... (as Julie Crosthwait)
- Episode #3.5 (1973) ... (as Julie Crosthwait)
- Episode #3.2 (1973) ... (as Julie Crosthwait)
 1976 Rock Follies (TV Mini-Series)
Pamina
- The Blitz (1976) ... Pamina (as Julie Crosthwait)
- The Pounds Sterling (1976) ... Pamina (as Julie Crosthwait)
 1975 Thriller (TV Series)
Tall Blonde
- Mirror of Deception (1975) ... Tall Blonde
 1975 The Picnic (TV Short)
The Girlfriend (as Julie Crosthwait)
 1974 Armchair Cinema (TV Series)
Lyddy
- Sea Song (1974) ... Lyddy (as Julie Crosthwait)
 1974 Madhouse
Ellen Mason (as Julie Crosthwait)
 1974 Orson Welles' Great Mysteries (TV Series)
Sefiora Zerlina
- Under Suspicion (1974) ... Sefiora Zerlina
 1973 The Protectors (TV Series)
Mallory's Girl
- A Matter of Life and Death (1973) ... Mallory's Girl
 1972 Get Charlie Tully
Patsy
 1972 Dixon of Dock Green (TV Series)
Janice
- The Specialist (1972) ... Janice
 1972 Jason King (TV Series)
Air Hostess
- That Isn't Me, It's Somebody Else (1972) ... Air Hostess (as Julie Crosthwait)
 1971 The Persuaders! (TV Series)
Mandy
- Take Seven (1971) ... Mandy (as Julie Crosthwait)
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 1970 The Golden Shot (TV Series)
Herself - Guest Golden Girl
- Episode #2.87 (1970) ... Herself - Guest Golden Girl
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