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Janet Webb (I) (1930–1983)

Janet Webb was born in 1930 in Liverpool, England. She was an actress, known for The Morecambe & Wise Show (1968), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1966) and It's the Only Way to Go (1970). She was married to Charles Vorzanger. She died on December 29, 1983 in London, England. See full bio »

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(age 53) in London, England, UK

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Known For

The Morecambe & Wise Show
The Morecambe & Wise Show Diva / Herself / Herself - Guest / The Star of the Show / Tiny / Trophy / Tutankhamun / Wench
(1969-1973)
It's the Only Way to Go
(1970)

Filmography

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 1976-1977 The Two Ronnies (TV Series)
Farmer's Wife / Lady Penelope Berkley Hunt
- Episode #6.5 (1977) ... Farmer's Wife
- Episode #6.4 (1977) ... Farmer's Wife
- Episode #6.3 (1977) ... Farmer's Wife
- Episode #6.2 (1977) ... Farmer's Wife
- Episode #5.2 (1976) ... Lady Penelope Berkley Hunt
 1977 Joseph Andrews
Fat Nun
 1975 The Amorous Milkman
Vera
 1974 Julie and Jackie: How Sweet It Is (TV Movie)
Sketch Player
 1973 Whoops Baghdad! (TV Series)
Gigantima
- A Cargo of Crumpet (1973) ... Gigantima
 1969-1973 The Morecambe & Wise Show (TV Series)
Diva / Wench / Trophy / ...
- Episode #7.5 (1973) ... Wench
- Episode #7.4 (1973) ... Trophy
- Episode #7.2 (1973) ... Tutankhamun
- Episode #6.6 (1971) ... Diva
- Episode #6.5 (1971) ... Diva
 1971 All This, and Christmas Too! (TV Movie)
Aunt Maud
 1970 It's Tommy Cooper (TV Series)
- Episode #1.11 (1970)
 1970 It's the Only Way to Go (Short)
 1969 Scott On... (TV Series)
 1969 Mord nach der Oper (TV Movie)
 1969 The Possessed (TV Mini-Series)
Madame Liputin
- The Sins of Others (1969) ... Madame Liputin
 1968 Thirty-Minute Theatre (TV Series)
Edith
- The Unquiet Man (1968) ... Edith
 1968 The Magnificent Six and ½: Peewee's Pianola (Short)
Screaming Woman
 1967 The World of Wooster (TV Series)
Trixie Waterbury
- Jeeves and the Greasy Bird (1967) ... Trixie Waterbury
 1967 Misleading Cases (TV Series)
Justice of the Peace
- Is a Golfer a Gentleman? (1967) ... Justice of the Peace
 1967 Blandings Castle (TV Series)
Lady in Hotel
- Lord Emsworth Acts for the Best (1967) ... Lady in Hotel
 1966 Theatre 625 (TV Series)
Brunelda
- Amerika (1966) ... Brunelda
 1964-1966 Two of a Kind (TV Series)
Casablanca Cast Member / Third Girl / Britannia / ...
- Episode #5.6 (1966) ... Casablanca Cast Member
- Episode #4.10 (1964) ... Third Girl (uncredited)
- Episode #4.8 (1964) ... Britannia (uncredited)
- Episode #4.6 (1964) ... Alice (uncredited)
- Episode #4.4 (1964) ... Madame Valenska (uncredited)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

She acted in Lionel Bart and Alun Owen's musical, "Maggie May", at the Adelphi Theatre in London, England with Georgia Brown, Kenneth Haigh, Andrew Keir, Barry Humphries (played "Dame Edna Everage"), Margo Cunningham, Billy Boyle and Julia McKenzie in the cast. Ted Kotcheff was the director. Sean Kenny was the designer.
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Trivia:

Was most well-known for coming on and bowing for applause and gifts at the end of Morecambe and Wise's shows, despite not having actually performed, in an idea inspired by Beryl Formby.

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