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Adrienne Posta

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Years active  1957-2010
Name  Adrienne Posta

Role  Film actress
Spouse  Graham Bonnet
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Born  4 March 1948 (age 67) (1948-03-04) London, England, UK
TV shows  64 Zoo Lane, Alexander the Greatest, Moody and Pegg, Anthony Ant, Don't Ask Me, Angelina Ballerina
Movies  To Sir - with Love, Adventures of a Taxi Driver, Up the Junction, Here We Go Round the Mulbe, Carry On Behind
Similar People  Judy Geeson, Stanley Long, Graham Bonnet, Barry Evans, Suzy Kendall

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Adrienne Posta (born Adrienne Luanne Poster, 4 March 1949) is an English film and television actress and singer, prominent during the 1960s and 1970s. She adopted the surname 'Posta' in 1966.

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Biography

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She appeared in a number of films, including To Sir with Love and Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush (both 1967), Up the Junction (1968) and Spring and Port Wine (1970). She also featured in many TV programmes including the first episode of Adam Faith's series Budgie (1971), where she appeared as a stripper. She appeared throughout the BBC 1 series It's Lulu (1973), singing, dancing and acting alongside her friend Lulu and comedian Roger Kitter.

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Posta also recorded a number of singles. She is now semi-retired and works as a teacher in the Midlands and at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts.

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Posta is an honorary patron of the Music Hall Guild of Great Britain and America.

Film

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  • No Time for Tears (1957) - Cathy Harris
  • To Sir, With Love (1967) - Moira Joseph
  • Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush (1967) - Linda
  • Up the Junction (1968) - Rube
  • Some Girls Do (1969) - Drummond's Daily
  • All the Way Up (1970) - Daphne Dunmore
  • Spring and Port Wine (1970) - Betty Duckworth
  • Percy (1971) - Maggie Hyde
  • Up Pompeii (1971) - Scrubba
  • The Alf Garnett Saga (1972) - Rita
  • Percy's Progress (1974) - PC 217
  • Three for All (1975) - Diane
  • Carry On Behind (1975) - Norma Baxter
  • Adventures of a Taxi Driver (1976) - Carol
  • Adventures of a Private Eye (1977) - Lisa Moroni
  • Television

  • The Master (1966)
  • Tales of the Unexpected - Episode: "Miss Belle" (1968)
  • Don't Ask Us - We're New Here (1969)
  • Alexander the Greatest (1971)
  • Budgie (1971), Episode One; 'Out' - The Salford Stripper
  • It's Lulu (1973)
  • Moody and Pegg (1975–1975)
  • Edward the Seventh (1975) - in which she portrayed Marie Lloyd
  • Bar Mitzvah Boy (1976)
  • Minder (1980), playing Jenny
  • In Loving Memory (1980) playing Sister Joanna in the episode 'The Angels Want Me for a Sunbeam'
  • Red Dwarf, episode "Ouroboros" (1997)
  • The Wishing Chair (1998) - Additional Female Characters
  • 64 Zoo Lane (2000) (2001) (2008) animated TV series - Posta voiced several characters including Melanie the Moose
  • Preston Pig (2000) - Preston's Mum
  • Angelina Ballerina (2001) - Grandma Mouseling
  • Theatre

  • Up in the Gallery playing the lead role of Marie Lloyd alongside Jack Douglas and John Altman
  • Babes In The Wood playing Maid Marion alongside Edward Woodward at the London Palladium.
  • Piaf playing the role of Edith Piaf circa 1983
  • Discography

    Her first recordings were as Adrienne Poster.

  • 7" single "Only Fifteen" / "There's Nothing You Can Do About That" — Decca F 11797 (1963)
  • 7" single "Shang A Doo Lang" / "When A Girl Really Loves You" — Decca F 11864 (1964)
  • 7" single "He Doesn't Love Me" / "The Way You Do The Things You Do" — Decca F 12079 (1965)
  • 7" single "The Winds That Blow" / "Backstreet Girl" — Decca F 12181 (1965)
  • 7" single "Something Beautiful" / "So Glad You're Mine" — Decca F 12329 (1966)
  • Subsequent recordings were as Posta.

  • 7" single "They Long To Be Close To You" / "How Can I Hurt You?" — Decca F 12455 (1966)
  • 7" single "Dog Song" / "Express Yourself" — DJM DJS 286 (1973)
  • 7" single "Cruisin' Casanova" / "Sing Me" — President PT 453 (1976)
  • She also recorded as part of Jonathan King's group, The Piglets:

  • 7" single "Johnny Reggae" / backing track — Bell Records (1971)
  • References

    Adrienne Posta Wikipedia


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