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Grace Mitchell (I)

Grace Mitchell is an actress, known for Killer Net (1998), Sparkhouse (2002) and Captain Jack (1999). See full bio »

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Known For

Killer Net
Killer Net Neighbour to Pam Boxer
Sparkhouse Kate's Mum
Captain Jack
Captain Jack 2nd Quaker Woman
City Central
City Central Mrs. White


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 2002 Sparkhouse (TV Mini-Series)
Kate's Mum
- Episode #1.2 (2002) ... Kate's Mum
 2002 Dalziel and Pascoe (TV Series)
Bea Blackstone
- Sins of the Fathers (2002) ... Bea Blackstone
 1996-2002 The Bill (TV Series)
Ivy McFadden / Jill Maddox
- 040 (2002) ... Ivy McFadden
- Champing at the Bit (1996) ... Jill Maddox
 1998-2001 Peak Practice (TV Series)
Margery Mason / Janet / Old Lady
- Episode #12.3 (2001) ... Margery Mason
- Hearts and Minds (1999) ... Janet
- Another Day of Life (1998) ... Old Lady
 1999 Heartbeat (TV Series)
Mrs. Bower
- Intuition (1999) ... Mrs. Bower
 1999 Captain Jack
2nd Quaker Woman
 1999 City Central (TV Series)
Mrs. White
- Fair and Foul (1999) ... Mrs. White
 1999 Where the Heart Is (TV Series)
- Learning the Game (1999) ... Receptionist
 1998 Supply & Demand (TV Mini-Series)
Mrs. Downey
- Raw Recruit: Part 2 (1998) ... Mrs. Downey
 1998 Killer Net (TV Mini-Series)
Neighbour to Pam Boxer
 1998 Casualty (TV Series)
Ethel Braithwaite
- Taking Sides (1998) ... Ethel Braithwaite
 1996 Wycliffe (TV Series)
Irene Wycliffe
- Dead on Arrival (1996) ... Irene Wycliffe
 1990 Last of the Summer Wine (TV Series)
- Barry's Christmas (1990) ... Wife

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Worked as a drama teacher until her 50s when her mother died, then she became an actress. Her daughter Ruth Mitchell followed in her footsteps.

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