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Patsy Smart
Miss Maude Roberts and the jewellery box of Lady Marjorie Bellamy (Upstairs, Downstairs 1971 TV series - A House Divided).jpg
Smart playing Miss Maude Roberts with the jewellery box of Lady Marjorie Bellamy in Upstairs, Downstairs episode "A House Divided")
Born(1918-08-14)August 14, 1918
DiedFebruary 6, 1996(1996-02-06) (aged 77)
OccupationActress
Years active1954–1990
Height5 ft 3 in (160 cm)
FamilyRalph Smart (brother)

Patsy Smart (14 August 1918 – 6 February 1996)[1] was an English actress who is best remembered for her performance as Miss Roberts in the 1970s ITV television drama Upstairs, Downstairs.[2]

She also appeared in: Danger Man, "Only When I Laugh", Dixon of Dock Green, Z-Cars, The Prisoner, The Avengers, The Sweeney, Doctor Who (The Talons of Weng-Chiang), Blake's 7, Danger UXB, The Chinese Detective, Minder, Rentaghost, Terry and June, Farrington of the F.O., Casualty, Hallelujah!, and The Bill.[3]

In her later roles, she was expert at playing dotty old ladies, her Mrs Sibley and Miss Dingle characters in Terry and June being examples. Another example was as the wife of the gardener in the Miss Marple episode "The Moving Finger" which starred Joan Hickson.[4]

Her films included Sons and Lovers (1960), The Tell Tale Heart (1960), Return of a Stranger (1961), What Every Woman Wants (1962), Arthur? Arthur! (1969), Leo the Last (1970), The Raging Moon (1971), Great Expectations (1974), Exposé (1976), The Pink Panther Strikes Again (1976), Tess (1979), The Elephant Man (1980) and The Fourth Protocol (1987).[5]

Patsy Smart died of barbiturate poisoning on 6th February 1996 aged 77.[1]

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I thought I thought I might actually get to doing some babysitting myself would you like to have had more no I'd like 20 yes I'd like them now in fact I asked some of those mums if they didn't want them just at the moment have a little hole I think that's the thing just to have a little hole before we talk about your new dot-com with it I'll have to tell you I'm computer illiterate but we will talk about that in a minute I want to ask you about your life as the wife of a conductor a very famous musical conductor it is that unusual feeling for you to go into that world it's extraordinary because it's um it's sort of partly familiar and that they have great disciplines and timetables and the same sort of rehearsal periods and the stresses of performance but in a way they're so much senior to us as actors because all of them actually can do it do you not I mean all of us are blagging our way through it kind of only victus Panetti it doesn't I mean he's brilliant most of us are kind of thinking I hope they didn't discover me whereas all musicians and singers and dancers actually have a craft they can practice and they have to be good at and although my husband's a conductor of course he's also a pianistic a French horn he can play lots of instruments and things and understands all about boeing's and things like this and says Darbo please and things like this and I can't even read music but I can follow it but this is a singer so she knows what she's talking about it just seems to me to be a thrilling kind of combination to be nearly like them but not quite like them and also respect him hugely for the had bet you do and also when you're abroad I guess I know you're known worldwide but maybe the the height of it isn't just as much as here and there in America but do you find yourself taking a kind of Iraq last Road subservient drone I'm the conductor's wife and I always sit on my own first nights and operas just on my own again thank you and they go she's on her own poor old stick and you get so proud so nervous you know well mind you in the arts world I gather very soon in fact on this very channel you're going to be showing us a private view really of Prince Philip's paintings fascinating so how did that come about I was invited to do it to interview people about their collections people who are both in and have an interesting collection of paintings and after Princeville if I talk to Lord Rothschild who of course has the most extraordinary collections at his house and there was something very wonderful because Prince Philip is is is really badly done by in the press he's the kindest friendliest most courteous person and somehow they always manage to get a horrible picture or to say something snidey but he's so charming he's so delightful he's so sort of like twitted and friendly but it's he's a bit of a you know dish I always did there's Majesty and I just Hank he's the most charming and delightful person but it's his collection really impressive it was interesting because he's he's a passionate supporter of all kinds of Aboriginal art and and life painting in an animal and bird paintings and things like the sea so he's rather a good painter himself too and I you you been - well humbly but yeah but interested so interested in it yes now this time as Patsy changed her life worldwide I kind of am bunching myself up to dare to go to Australia they were so generous I mean the world has been fantastic to the show but in Australian Sydney every year at the Mardi Gras parade they have a raft a whole truck full of Patsy's I mean it most of whom were men and although you can great designer so it's very nerve-wracking when I go there got Batsy love really pony get yourself looking good darling so I have to just dress up a bit more but it's it's been extraordinary because you know it's people say are you anxious about being typecast the truth is to be remembered for anything as an actor is wonderful because we will appear in a lot of things in it we fly by removing wallpaper a lot of the time which is such a strong character I imagine when you're doing your shopping in the local supermarket you know they're busy watching to see what does Patsy buy they've got use Tamir on there that you know they just go to out of there she is a horrible thing you know because I always look a bit ratty a bit sort of scraggly I mean I'm as friendly as anything in lucky there are people pushing their babies about so it's very nice it's very happy and very normal but I think this country is not very starstruck you know I'd rather good expect you're the same because you're a friendly person Gloria so when people come up after them and talk to them you - I said please stop and talk like I'm really busy Joan I could eat just not for goodness sake but nevertheless I mean she is a heck of a character and one I should imagine that in one form or another we'll stay around in your life I think so she she struck so many resonances with people and so many people have come up to me and said oh my best friends just like you are I'm just like your we're just like you too and we go out on the town and my hair stands up slightly I think crikey but liberating is liberating lay oh fantastic because up till then really I'd paid an awful lot of smart people's girlfriends and well dressed people in subtle clothes and and there was something just I think there's a bit of that kind of rebel in all of us you know you're just badly behaved

Partial filmography

References

  1. ^ a b "Patsy Smart". IMDb.
  2. ^ "Patsy Smart". BFI.
  3. ^ "Patsy Smart". TV.com. CBS Interactive.
  4. ^ "Patsy Smart".
  5. ^ "Patsy Smart - Movies and Filmography - AllMovie". AllMovie.

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