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Elizabeth Knight

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Elizabeth Knight
Born
Elizabeth Helen Knight

(1944-11-01)1 November 1944
Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
Died22 August 2005(2005-08-22) (aged 60)
Hammersmith, London, England
NationalityBritish
OccupationActress
Years active1958–1995
Notable work
Carry On Camping (1969)
Carry On Again Doctor (1969)

Elizabeth Knight (1 November 1944 – 22 August 2005) was a British film and television actress.

Life and career

Elizabeth Knight was born on 1 November 1944 in Oxford, Oxfordshire. She made her first film appearance in the 1968 musical Oliver! as Charlotte, maid to Mr. Sowerberry (played by Leonard Rossiter), and also appeared in the Richard Burton gangster film Villain in 1971. Her last film was the 1979 feature-length version of popular British sitcom Porridge.[1]

Her appearances in two of the much-loved Carry On film series won her lasting recognition. She played Jane, part of Barbara Windsor's Chayste Place troupe, in Carry On Camping (May 1969). She played Nurse Willing, who assists patient Wilfrid Brambell, in Carry On Again Doctor (August 1969).[2]

She made numerous television appearances. Her first was in a 1965 production of Charley's Aunt; her last dramatic role was in the 1980 BBC production of Pride and Prejudice. She starred alongside Joanna Lumley in 1971 Jilly Cooper-penned sitcom It's Awfully Bad For Your Eyes, Darling.[3]

Death

Elizabeth Knight died on 22 August 2005 in Hammersmith, London.[1] She died of heart disease.

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
1968 Oliver! Charlotte
1969 The Assassination Bureau Nursemaid Uncredited
1969 Carry On Camping Jane
1969 Carry On Again Doctor Nurse Willing
1971 Villain Patti
1979 Porridge Sheila

TV credits

Year Title Role
1965 Summer Comedy Hour
Episode: Charley's Aunt
Ela Delahay
1965 Cluff (TV series)
Episode: 'The Daughters'
Robina Leigh
1965 The Flying Swan (TV series)
Episode: 'A Chapter of Accidents'
Frances Grainger
1965 Hereward the Wake
Episodes: 'The Broken Promise'; 'Death of a King'
Constance
1966 The Liars (TV series)
Episode: 1.10
Sophia
1966 The Man in Room 17 (TV series)
Episode: 'Where There's a Will'
Angela Hendy
1966 This Man Craig (TV series)
Episode: 'A Question of Biology'
Sally Scott
1966 No Hiding Place (TV series)
Episode: 'The Night Walker'
Pansy Tusker
1966 Mystery and Imagination (TV series)
Episode: 'The Beckoning Shadow'
Ann
1966 Call My Bluff (Game show)
Episode: 1.36[4]
Herself
1967 The Fellows (TV series)
Episode: 'The Straight Way'
Girl
1967 Sorry I'm Single (TV series)
Nine episodes
Karen
1967 Call My Bluff (Game show)
Episode: 2.22[5]
Herself
1968 Ooh La La! (TV series)
Episodes: 'Call Me Maestro'; 'Making a Pass'
Lucille
1969 Scene (TV series/documentary)
Episode: 'Terry'
Janie
1968 ITV Playhouse
Episode: 'Star Quality'
Barbara
1969 ITV Playhouse
Episode: 'Justice is a Woman'
Valeria Gowan
1969 ITV Sunday Night Theatre
Episode: 'Murder: The Blood Relation'
Nancy Tyler
1969 Call My Bluff (Game show)
Episode: 4.13[6]
Herself
1970 Rookery Nook
(TV film)
Rhoda Marley
1970 Turkey Time
(TV film)
Rose Adair
1971 It's Awfully Bad For Your Eyes, Darling
(Sitcom); Six episodes
Clover Mason
1976 Within These Walls (TV series)
Episode: Islands in the Heartline
Josie
1977 Mr Big (Sitcom)
Episode: 'Vote for Rocksburgh'
Traffic warden
1980 Pride and Prejudice (Miniseries|TV serial)
Episode: 1.5
First Lady Guest
1981 Call My Bluff (Game show)
Episode: 16.9[7]
Herself
1981 Call My Bluff (Game show)
Episode: 16.10[8]
Herself

References

  1. ^ a b "Elizabeth Knight". IMDb. 2017. Retrieved 30 December 2017.
  2. ^ "An Update on Whatever Happened to Elizabeth Knight". Carry On Blogging. 2016. Retrieved 30 December 2017.
  3. ^ Lumley, Joanna (2011). Absolutely: A Memoir. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson. ISBN 978-0297864998.
  4. ^ "Call My Bluff, Episode 1.36". IMDb. 2017. Retrieved 30 December 2017.
  5. ^ "Call My Bluff, Episode 2.22". IMDb. 2017. Retrieved 30 December 2017.
  6. ^ "Call My Bluff, Episode 4.13". IMDb. 2017. Retrieved 30 December 2017.
  7. ^ "Call My Bluff, Episode 16.9". IMDb. 2017. Retrieved 30 December 2017.
  8. ^ "Call My Bluff, Episode 16.10". IMDb. 2017. Retrieved 30 December 2017.

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