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Annette Kerr

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Occupation  Actress
Home town  Watford
Role  Actress
Name  Annette Kerr
Years active  ????–1995


Full Name  Catherine Annette Kerr Peacock
Born  2 July 1920 (1920-07-02) Elderslie, Renfrewshire, Scotland
Resting place  Cremated (At Breakspear Crematorium, Ruislip)
Died  September 23, 2013, Denville Hall, Northwood, London, United Kingdom
Alma mater  Central School of Speech and Drama

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Annette Kerr (born Catherine Annette Kerr Peacock; 2 July 1920 – 23 September 2013) was an English actress of Scottish descent of film, television and stage.

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Life and career

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During her childhood, Kerr moved with her family from her birthplace in Scotland to Watford, Hertfordshire, where he father worked as a physiotherapist. She made her theatrical debut at the Watford Palace Theatre, and later trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London.

Frequent reference to Kerr is made in The Kenneth Williams Diaries (edited by Russell Davies). Kerr and Williams were close friends, and worked together in several stage productions. following their first meeting in 1949. At one point, Williams proposed to her.

Her television appearances included roles in series such as UFO (1970), 2point4 Children (1991-9, as Dora Grimes) and London's Burning (1992). Her last credited TV work was One Foot in the Grave (1995, as Ruth). This marked her second appearance in the series, following a minor part as "Lady in Teashop" (1992).

She died at the actors' retirement home Denville Hall, where she had been resident, in London on 23 September 2013, aged 93.

Selected filmography

  • The Price of Silence (1959)
  • So Evil, So Young (1961)
  • The Third Alibi (1961)
  • Murder Most Foul (1964)
  • Prudence and the Pill (1968)
  • Doppelgänger (1969)
  • References

    Annette Kerr Wikipedia


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