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Joyce Grant (II) (1924–2006)

Joyce Grant was born on January 23, 1924 in Blomemfontein, South Africa. She was an actress and writer, known for Village Hall (1974), BBC Play of the Month (1965) and Sweeney! (1977). She died on July 11, 2006 in Hampstead, London, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Village Hall
Village Hall Mrs. Birkett
(1974)
BBC Play of the Month
BBC Play of the Month Mrs. Eynsford Hill / Nurse Guinness / Powermistress Lysistrata
(1973-1977)
Sweeney!
Sweeney! McQueen's Secretary
(1977)
Dead on Time
Dead on Time Lady in Cafe
(1983)

Filmography

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 1988 Thompson (TV Series)
- Episode #1.5 (1988)
 1988 Hannay (TV Series)
Madame Sonya
- The Fellowship of the Black Stone (1988) ... Madame Sonya
 1983 The Black Adder (TV Series)
Mother Superior
- The Archbishop (1983) ... Mother Superior
 1983 Dead on Time (Short)
Lady in Cafe
 1982 The Professionals (TV Series)
Miss Walsh
- Spy Probe (1982) ... Miss Walsh
 1982 Educating Marmalade (TV Series)
Royal Nanny
- Nanny (1982) ... Royal Nanny
 1980-1982 Hi-de-Hi! (TV Series)
Mrs. Fairbrother
- Carnival Time (1982) ... Mrs. Fairbrother
- Pilot (1980) ... Mrs. Fairbrother
 1981 Theatre Box (TV Series)
Drowvey
- You Must Believe All This (1981) ... Drowvey
 1981 Kelly Monteith (TV Series)
- Episode #3.2 (1981)
 1977 The Fuzz (TV Series)
Lady Glebes Crofton
- A Grand Old Team to Play For (1977) ... Lady Glebes Crofton
 1973-1977 BBC Play of the Month (TV Series)
Nurse Guinness / Powermistress Lysistrata / Mrs. Eynsford Hill
- Heartbreak House (1977) ... Nurse Guinness
- The Apple Cart (1975) ... Powermistress Lysistrata
- Pygmalion (1973) ... Mrs. Eynsford Hill
 1977 Larry Grayson (TV Series)
Madge
- Episode #2.4 (1977) ... Madge
- Episode #2.3 (1977) ... Madge
- Episode #2.2 (1977) ... Madge
 1977 Sweeney!
McQueen's Secretary
 1976 The Dancing Years (TV Movie)
Cacille Kurt
 1976 Sykes (TV Series)
Mrs. Copperwell
- Squatters (1976) ... Mrs. Copperwell
 1976 Centre Play (TV Series)
Miss Dickin
- Showcase: A Man of Morality (1976) ... Miss Dickin
 1972-1976 The Liver Birds (TV Series)
Cafe Cook / Mrs. Knowsley
- The Maypole (1976) ... Cafe Cook
- One's a Crowd (1972) ... Mrs. Knowsley
 1974 Late Night Drama (TV Series)
Mrs. Cartwright
- A Brisk Dip Sagaciously Considered (1974) ... Mrs. Cartwright
 1974 Village Hall (TV Series)
Mrs. Birkett
- Mr. Ellis Versus the People (1974) ... Mrs. Birkett
 1973 Whodunnit? (TV Series)
Christine Charron
- Happy New Year (1973) ... Christine Charron
 1973 Thirty Minutes Worth (TV Series)
American Tourist
- Episode #2.4 (1973) ... American Tourist
 1972-1973 Pardon My Genie (TV Series)
Mrs. Hockridge
- Luck Is No Lady (1973) ... Mrs. Hockridge
- Comic Cuts (1972) ... Mrs. Hockridge
- Sink or Swim (1972) ... Mrs. Hockridge
- My Fete Is Killing Me (1972) ... Mrs. Hockridge
 1972 Adam Smith (TV Series)
Margaret
- Episode #2.3 (1972) ... Margaret
 1972 The Basil Brush Show (TV Series)
 1971 Keep It in the Family (TV Series)
Norah
- The Dinner (1971) ... Norah
- Happy Event (1971) ... Norah
- The Suit (1971) ... Norah
- Captain Angus (1971) ... Norah
- Four Into Three Won't Go (1971) ... Norah
 1971 The Last of the Baskets (TV Series)
Mrs. Fothergill
- For I'm to Be Queen of the May (1971) ... Mrs. Fothergill
 1971 Doctor at Large (TV Series)
Miss Crawford
- Let's Start at the Beginning (1971) ... Miss Crawford
 1971 Six Dates with Barker (TV Series)
Princess Hysteria
- 2774 AD: All the World's a Stooge (1971) ... Princess Hysteria
 1968-1970 ITV Playhouse (TV Series)
Ethel / Mrs. Bulbinore
- Rose and Fern (1970) ... Ethel
- A Most Unfortunate Accident (1968) ... Mrs. Bulbinore
 1970 The Harry Secombe Show (TV Series)
- Episode #1.2 (1970)
 1970 W. Somerset Maugham (TV Series)
Matriarch
- The Closed Shop (1970) ... Matriarch
 1969 Pickwick (TV Movie)
Rachel
 1969 According to Dora (TV Series)
Various
- Episode #2.3 (1969) ... Various
 1969 The Old Campaigner (TV Series)
Rachel Fischbein
- Home Cooking (1969) ... Rachel Fischbein
 1968 BBC Show of the Week (TV Series)
- Simply Sheila (1968)
 1968 Detective (TV Series)
Mrs. Verreker Le Fleming
- The Avenging Chance (1968) ... Mrs. Verreker Le Fleming
 1967-1968 Beggar My Neighbour (TV Series)
Headmistress / Phyllis Bassett
- Ask Me No Questions (1968) ... Headmistress
- A Host of Friends (1967) ... Phyllis Bassett
 1967 Gideon C.I.D. (TV Series)
Margaret Gresham
- How to Retire Without Really Working (1967) ... Margaret Gresham
 1967 Before the Fringe (TV Series)
- Episode #1.6 (1967)
- Episode #1.5 (1967)
 1966 Orlando (TV Series)
Maximillian Birk
- Dont Go Down the Mine (1966) ... Maximillian Birk
- The Spies Who Went in from the Cold (1966) ... Maximillian Birk
- ...And for My Next Trick (1966) ... Maximillian Birk
- A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Prison (1966) ... Maximillian Birk
- Shuffle the Pack (1966) ... Maximillian Birk
 1966 The Newcomers (TV Series)
Mrs. Crane
- Episode #1.51 (1966) ... Mrs. Crane
 1965 The Man in Room 17 (TV Series)
Ambassadress
- Up Against a Brick Wall (1965) ... Ambassadress
 1964 The Saint (TV Series)
Nurse
- The Scorpion (1964) ... Nurse (uncredited)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

She acted in William Shakespeare's play, "The Comedy of Errors," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Barbican Theatre in London, England with Desmond Barrit, Neil Caple, David Killick, Estelle Kohler, Serena Evans, Basil Hoskins, and Diane Langton in the cast. Ian Judge was director. See more »

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South African-born comedy actress of the West End stage, trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London. Occasional television appearances from 1964.

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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