Virginia Wetherell

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Virginia Wetherell was born on May 9, 1943 in Farnham, Surrey, England, UK. She is an actress, known for A Clockwork Orange (1971), Doctor Who (1963) and The Crimson Cult (1968). She was previously married to Ralph Bates. See full bio »

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Known For

A Clockwork Orange Stage Actress
Doctor Who Dyoni
The Crimson Cult Eve Morley


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 1985 Minder (TV Series)
Debbie Moore
- Minder on the Orient Express (1985) ... Debbie Moore
 1983 The Gentle Touch (TV Series)
Elaine Decker
- Who's Afraid of Josie Tate (1983) ... Elaine Decker
 1976 Barney's Last Battle (TV Movie)
Young woman
 1974 Dracula (TV Movie)
Dracula's Wife (as Virginia Wetherall)
 1974 The Protectors (TV Series)
- Route 27 (1974) ... Nurse
 1972 Disciple of Death
 1972 Demons of the Mind
 1971 A Clockwork Orange
Stage Actress
 1971 Play for Today (TV Series)
- Thank You Very Much (1971) ... Christine
 1971 Paul Temple (TV Series)
- Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly? (1971) ... Francoise
 1970 Man of Violence
 1968 The Crimson Cult
Eve Morley
 1968 Mr. Rose (TV Series)
- The Less-Than-Iron-Duke (1968) ... Catherine
 1968 The Other People
Girl at Airport
 1968 The Big Switch
 1967 The Solarnauts (Short)
 1967 Mogul (TV Series)
Julie Serres
- Women and Business Never Did Mix (1967) ... Julie Serres
- No Sentiment in Business? (1967) ... Julie Serres
- Nothing to Do with Mogul (1967) ... Julie Serres
- Some Days You Just Can't Win (1967) ... Julie Serres
- Think Big (1967) ... Julie Serres
 1966 The Man in Room 17 (TV Series)
 1966 Alfie (uncredited)
 1964 Crossroads (TV Series)
Heather Gurney
 1964 No Hiding Place (TV Series)
- The Carrion Bird (1964) ... Selma
 1964 Detective (TV Series)
Susan Carmichael
- Subject: Murder (1964) ... Susan Carmichael
 1964 Doctor Who (TV Series)
- The Rescue (1964) ... Dyoni
- The Ordeal (1964) ... Dyoni
- The Expedition (1964) ... Dyoni
- The Ambush (1964) ... Dyoni
- The Escape (1964) ... Dyoni
 1963 The Partner
 1963 Walter and Connie (TV Series)
- Walter Writes a Story (1963) ... Christine
 1963 West 11 (uncredited)
 1963 The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre (TV Series)
Karen / Brenda
- The Partner (1963) ... Karen
- Ricochet (1963) ... Brenda
 1963 Moonstrike (TV Series)
Resistance Agent
- The Biggest Bandit (1963) ... Resistance Agent
 1963 That Kind of Girl
Virginia (Eva's friend in nightclub) (uncredited)
 1963 Ricochet
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Other Works:

Interviewed in "Memories of Hammer" by Gary Svehla and Susan Svehla.

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Alternate Names:

Virginia Bates | Virginia Weatherall | Virginia Wetherall


5' 5" (1.65 m)


Ralph Bates  (his death)  (2 children)


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Has a son, actor Will Bates, who played Toby Lacey in Dear John (1986), and a daughter, actress Daisy Bates. See more »

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