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Susan Valentine (IV)


Susan Valentine was born on January 27, 1951 in London, England as Susan Cook. She is an actress, known for Don't Wait Up (1983), The Cedar Tree (1976) and The Dancing Years (1976). See full bio »
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Known For

Don't Wait Up
Don't Wait Up Madeleine
(1983-1990)
The Cedar Tree
The Cedar Tree Victoria Bourne
(1976-1978)
The Dancing Years
(1976)

Filmography

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 2012/I Anonymous (Short)
Jill (as Susan Skipper)
 2011 Re-Evolution
Mrs Finney (as Susan Skipper)
 2006 Home Again (TV Series)
- Protection (2006) ... (as Susan Skipper)
 1993 Westbeach (TV Series)
Andrea Buckley
- Baby You Can Drive My Car (1993) ... Andrea Buckley (as Susan Skipper)
 1983-1990 Don't Wait Up (TV Series)
Madeleine
- Episode #6.4 (1990) ... Madeleine (as Susan Skipper)
- Episode #6.3 (1990) ... Madeleine (as Susan Skipper)
- Episode #6.1 (1990) ... Madeleine (as Susan Skipper)
- Episode #5.6 (1988) ... Madeleine (as Susan Skipper)
- Episode #5.4 (1988) ... Madeleine (as Susan Skipper)
 1988 No Frills (TV Series)
Shelley
- Episode #1.3 (1988) ... Shelley (as Susan Skipper)
 1987 Wish You Were Here
Lynda's Mother (as Susan Skipper)
 1985 Sorry! (TV Series)
Christine
- A Little Something Set Aside (1985) ... Christine (as Susan Skipper)
 1982 Charles & Diana: A Royal Love Story (TV Movie)
Sarah Spencer (as Susan Skipper)
 1982 Airline (TV Series)
Eileen
- Too Many Promises (1982) ... Eileen (as Susan Skipper)
 1981 Lady Killers (TV Series)
Mrs. Frances True
- A Smile Is Sometimes Worth a Million Dollars (1981) ... Mrs. Frances True (as Susan Skipper)
 1981 West End Tales (TV Series)
Tina
- Leaning (1981) ... Tina (as Susan Skipper)
- The Wagga Wagga Handicap (1981) ... Tina (as Susan Skipper)
- A Really Good Watch (1981) ... Tina (as Susan Skipper)
- Mug Punter (1981) ... Tina (as Susan Skipper)
- The Tooth Fairy (1981) ... Tina (as Susan Skipper)
 1979 Prince Regent (TV Mini-Series)
Mercer Elphinstone
- Milk and Honey (1979) ... Mercer Elphinstone (as Susan Skipper)
 1979 Doctor Who (TV Series)
'Heroine'
- The Armageddon Factor: Part One (1979) ... 'Heroine' (as Susan Skipper)
 1976-1978 The Cedar Tree (TV Series)
Victoria Bourne
- Peace for Our Time (1978) ... Victoria Bourne (as Susan Skipper)
- A Call to Arms (1978) ... Victoria Bourne (as Susan Skipper)
- In the Red (1978) ... Victoria Bourne (as Susan Skipper)
- On the March (1978) ... Victoria Bourne (as Susan Skipper)
- Fool's Paradise (1978) ... Victoria Bourne (as Susan Skipper)
 1977 Raffles (TV Series)
Lady Maud
- The First Step (1977) ... Lady Maud (as Susan Skipper)
 1977 Sweeney!
Chadwick's Secretary (as Susan Skipper)
 1976 The Dancing Years (TV Movie)
Grete (as Susan Skipper)
 1976 Shades of Greene (TV Series)
Sister
- A Drive in the Country (1976) ... Sister (as Susan Skipper)
 1975 Carry on Laughing! (TV Series)
Mabel
- Short Knight, Long Daze (1975) ... Mabel (as Susan Skipper)
 1974-1975 Rooms (TV Series)
Jo
- Jo and Anne: Compilation (1975) ... Jo (as Susan Skipper)
- Jo and Anne: Part 2 (1974) ... Jo (as Susan Skipper)
- Jo and Anne: Part 1 (1974) ... Jo (as Susan Skipper)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

She was the voice that gave directions for many of the early in-car satellite navigation units. See more »

Alternate Names:

Susan Skipper
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Did You Know?

Trivia:

She was trained at The Central School of Speech and Drama in London. See more »

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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