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Nerys Hughes

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Years active  1963–Present
Education  Rose Bruford College
Spouse  Patrick Turley (m. 1972)
Role  Actress
Name  Nerys Hughes

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Born  8 November 1941 (age 74) (1941-11-08) Rhyl, Flintshire, Wales, UK
Movies and TV shows  The Liver Birds, The District Nurse
Children  Mari-Claire Turley, Ben Turley
Similar People  Polly James, Carla Lane, Elizabeth Estensen, Mari‑Claire Turley, Andy Kind

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Nerys Hughes (born 8 November 1941) is a Welsh actress, known primarily for her television roles, including her part in the BBC TV series The Liver Birds.

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She was born in Rhyl (then in Flintshire, now in Denbighshire). Her first language is Welsh. She studied drama at Rose Bruford College. She is best known for the role of Sandra Hutchinson in the enormously successful BBC TV series The Liver Birds which ran from 1969 to 1978 with a brief revival in 1996. Her main co-stars were Mollie Sugden and Polly James.

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She later played the eponymous lead in The District Nurse, a series which was written for her, and won the Variety Club Television Actress of the Year Award. The series was released on DVD in 2006.

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She made brief appearances in the films A Severed Head and Take A Girl Like You, both in 1970. In the theatre she has appeared with the Royal Shakespeare Company, the English Stage Company at the Royal Court, and the Theatre of Comedy.

Hughes was one of the explorers who voyaged to the planet Arg in the (now lost from the BBC) fourth episode of the second series of the 'science-fiction' quiz The Adventure Game in 1981, where she was evaporated in the Vortex game. She also guest-starred in the metaphorical and esoteric Doctor Who story "Kinda" (1982) as the scientist Todd, alongside actors Peter Davison, Richard Todd and Simon Rouse. She also appeared in the Torchwood episode "Something Borrowed" as Brenda Williams. She is also known for her role as Glenda in The Queen's Nose (1998–2000).

Half Man Half Biscuit released a song "I Hate Nerys Hughes (From The Heart)" on the album Back in the D.H.S.S..

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