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Penelope Davis (I) (1920–2013)

Penelope Davis was born in 1920 in Headington, Oxfordshire, England as Penelope Ethel Davis. She was an actress, known for Crown Court (1972), The Man in Room 17 (1965) and Coronation Street (1960). She was married to Tom Gowling and Alex Atkinson. She died on January 20, 2013 in Radcliffe, Greater Manchester, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Crown Court Court Usher
(1977)
The Man in Room 17 Joyce Brown
(1966)
Coronation Street Miss Prowse / Policewoman
(1960-1971)
My Sister and I Actress
(1956)

Filmography

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 1977 Crown Court (TV Series)
Court Usher
- Such a Charming Man: Part 1 (1977) ... Court Usher
 1960-1971 Coronation Street (TV Series)
Miss Prowse / Policewoman
- Episode #1.1078 (1971) ... Miss Prowse
- Episode #1.2 (1960) ... Policewoman
 1970 A Family at War (TV Series)
Miss Walsh
- I Can Be Happy, Can't I ? (1970) ... Miss Walsh
 1966 The Man in Room 17 (TV Series)
Joyce Brown
- Never Fall Down (1966) ... Joyce Brown
 1960 Knight Errant Limited (TV Series)
1st Nursing sister
- The King of Kandoga (1960) ... 1st Nursing sister
 1960 Biggles (TV Series)
 1957 Shadow Squad (TV Series)
Mrs. Scott
- The Missing Cheese: Part 2 (1957) ... Mrs. Scott (as Penelope Davies)
 1956 My Sister and I (TV Series)
- Episode #1.4 (1956)
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