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Joan Regan (1928–2013)

Joan Regan was born on January 19, 1928 in Romford, Essex, England as Siobhan Bethel. She was an actress, known for Six-Five Special (1958), London Calling (1958) and There's Always Music (1959). She was married to Martin Cowan, Harry Claff and Dick Howell. She died on September 12, 2013 in Kent, England. See full bio »

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(age 85) in Kent, England, UK

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Known For

Six-Five Special
(1958)
London Calling
London Calling Herself
(1958)
There's Always Music
There's Always Music Herself - Performer
(1959)
The Royal Variety Show
(1960)

Filmography

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 1963 Pro of Contra (TV Series)
Singer
- Episode dated 27 April 1963 (1963) ... Singer
 1957 A Santa for Christmas (TV Movie)
 1954 Panto Parade (TV Movie)
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Show Show Self (25 credits)
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Other Works:

She performed in the pantomime, "Puss in Boots," at the London Palladium in London, England with Frankie Vaughan, Jimmy Edwards, Joan Regan, Mike Winters and Bernie Winters, Dick Emery, Gillian Lynne, and Tony Sympson in the cast.
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In 1963 her husband Harry Claff was imprisoned for embezzlement. His defence was that he had only "borrowed" some money from the London Palladium, where he was box-office manager, and would have paid it back. See more »

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