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Occupation  Actress
Role  Actress
Children  Louise Michelle
Name  Vicki Michelle
Siblings  Ann Michelle
Relatives  Ann Michelle (sister)
Parents  Joan Michelle
Years active  1972–
Spouse  Graham Fowler (m. 1974)

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Born  14 December 1950 (age 65) (1950-12-14) Chigwell, Essex, England
Known for  Role of Yvette Carte-Blanche Role of Patricia Foster
Notable work  Yvette Carte-Blanche in 'Allo 'Allo! Patricia Foster in Emmerdale
Television  'Allo 'Allo! (1982–1992) Emmerdale (2007, 2008, 2009) I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! (2014)
Movies and TV shows  'Allo 'Allo!, I'm a CelebrityGet Me Out of, Virgin Witch, The Return of 'Allo 'Allo!, The Callback Queen
Similar People  Gorden Kaye, Carmen Silvera, Kim Hartman, Ann Michelle, Kirsten Cooke
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Vicki Michelle MBE (born 14 December 1950) is an English actress. She is best known for her role as Yvette Carte-Blanche in the BBC television comedy series 'Allo 'Allo! and as a recurring character Patricia Foster in the ITV soap opera Emmerdale.

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Early life

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Her father was a fish-trader and her mother an actress. She attended Knewnham Junior School in Wanstead and West Hatch Technical High School. After O-levels she stayed on at school to complete a secretarial course. Hoping to become a ballet dancer she joined the Aida Foster stage school.

Acting career

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Michelle was given small television roles while still at stage school, the first being in Dixon of Dock Green. She appeared in big-screen versions of popular English sitcoms The Likely Lads and George and Mildred, and played alongside her sister Ann Michelle in the British horror film Virgin Witch and with Joan Collins in Alfie Darling, the sequel to Alfie. She also appeared regularly in the 1970s children's BBC TV series Crackerjack. More recently, she played the role of Amanda Newman in the 2010 TV film Resentment, and she was Deborah Whitton in the 2013 rom com The Callback Queen. In the early 1980s she appeared in some high-profile advertisements for Harp Lager; the slogan was "Sally O'Brien and the way she might look at you", and there was surprise when it was discovered that the actress playing the Irish character Sally O'Brien was English, but with an Irish grandparent. Also at this time she had small parts in Minder and The Professionals and in 2007, she appeared in a Children in Need special of Hotel Babylon and, the following year, appeared on BBC's cookery programme Celebrity MasterChef.

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After spending much of 2008 on tour with the 'Allo 'Allo! stage show, Michelle took a break to pursue various other projects, including appearing as the Wicked Queen in a pantomime production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at the Hull New Theatre. She rejoined the cast of 'Allo 'Allo! in March 2009, reprising her role as sexy waitress Yvette. Michelle made several appearances in the ITV soap opera Emmerdale as Patricia Foster, mother of Jonny Foster – a role which she reprised for two episodes in early 2009. In Autumn 2014, Michelle returned to the stage in the hit play 'Hello Norma Jeane' at London's Kings Head Theatre, where she took on the role of an Essex grandma who claims to be Marilyn Monroe.

Producer

In 2012, Michelle was executive producer of the film based on the Ray Cooney theatrical Run For Your Wife.

Honour

Michelle was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2010 Birthday Honours for services to charity.

Theatre

2014

  • Hello Norma Jeane - Lynnie - Kings Head Theatre, London - Matthew Gould
  • 2014

  • The Importance of Being Earnest - Lady Bracknell - McGrigor Hall, Frinton - Edward Max
  • 2012

  • Wife Begins at Forty - Linda Harper - Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford - Ray Cooney
  • 2012

  • That’s Love - Sarah Daniels - UK Tour - Ron Aldridge
  • 2011

  • Stop Dreamin’ - Vi Collins - UK Tour - Ray Cooney
  • 2010

  • Stop Dreamin’ - Vi Collins - UK Tour - Ray Cooney
  • 2010

  • Wife Begins at Forty - Linda Harper - Grand Theatre, Blackpool - Brian Godfrey
  • 2009

  • The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas - Mona Stangley -New Theatre, Hull - Jonathan Parker
  • 2008/09

  • Allo Allo - Yvette Carte-Blanche - National Tour - James Robert Carson
  • 2008

  • Lock Up Your Daughters - Mrs Squeezum - Hoxne - Matthew Townshend
  • 2007

  • Annie - Miss Hannigan - Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage - Scott St. Martin
  • 2007

  • Double Vision - Dawn & Donna - Lyceum Theatre, Crewe - Jay Marcus
  • 2006

  • Audacity - Gillian - Lyceum Theatre, Crewe - Jay Marcus
  • 2006

  • Salad Days - Lady Raeburn & Asphynxia - National Tour - Matthew Townshend
  • 2006

  • Funny Money - Betty - UK Tour - Giles Watling & Ian Dickens
  • 2005

  • Stepping Out - Maxine - Theatre Royal, Lincoln - Chris Colby
  • 2005

  • Salads Days - Lady Raeburn & Asphynxia - National Tour - Matthew Townshend
  • 2005

  • Annie - Miss Hannigan - Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury - Eric Potts
  • 2005

  • Bedside Manners - Sally - Overseas Tour - Chris Moreno
  • 2005

  • Don’t Dress For Dinner - Jacqueline - Overseas Tour - Chris Moreno
  • 2004

  • Reflections - Narrator - Hazlitt Theatre, Maidstone
  • 2004

  • Out Of Order - Pamela Willey - National Tour - Ian Dickens
  • 2002/03

  • Don’t Dress For Dinner - Jacqueline - International Tour - Ian Dickens
  • 2002

  • The Tart & The Vicars Wife - Glenda Parry - Theatre Royal, Lincoln - Chris Colby
  • 2001

  • Annie - Miss Hannigan - Theatre Royal, Lincoln - Chris Colby
  • 2001

  • Business Affairs - Hilda Bigley - National Tour - John B Hobbs
  • 2001

  • Table Manners - Ruth - National Tour - Ian Dickens
  • 2000

  • Round & Round The Garden - Ruth - National Tour - Ian Dickens
  • 1999

  • Beauty & The Beast - Bathsheba - Landmark Theatre, Ilfracombe - Steve Shappelle
  • 1998

  • Women of a Certain Age - Renee - National Tour - David Simmons
  • 1998

  • Don’t Dress For Dinner - Jacqueline - National Tour - Ian Dickens
  • 1996/97

  • Allo - Yvette Carte-Blanche - National Tour - Peter Farago
  • 1996

  • Dracula - Mina - National Tour - Alan Cohen
  • 1995

  • Don’t Dress For Dinner - Jacqueline - National Tour - Peter Farago
  • 1993/94

  • Don’t Dress For Dinner - Jacqueline - National Tour - Peter Farago
  • 1987/88

  • Allo Allo - Yvette Carte-Blanche - International Tour - Peter Farago
  • 1986/87

  • Allo Allo - Yvette Carte-Blanche - West End - Peter Farago
  • 1985

  • Doctor In The House - Vera - National Tour - Paul Elliott
  • 1969

  • Play It Again Sam - Angie - West End - Joseph Hardy
  • Pantomime

  • 1983 - Snow White - Wicked Red Queen - Opera House, Cork
  • 1988 - Snow White - Wicked Queen - The Alexandra House, Birmingham
  • 1991 - Aladdin - Genie - The New Theatre, Cardiff
  • 1992 - Aladdin - Genie - Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield
  • 1993 - Jack & The Beanstalk - Fairy - The Grand Theatre, Swansea
  • 1994 - Aladdin - Genie - Theatre Royal, Plymouth
  • 1996 - Mother Goose - Fairy - Hippodrome, Birmingham
  • 1997 - Jack & The Beanstalk - Fairy - Churchill Theatre, Bromley
  • 1999 - Aladdin - Genie - The Grand Theatre, Swansea
  • 2000 - Snow White - Wicked Queen - Alban Arena, St. Albans
  • 2001 - Snow White - Wicked Queen - Broadway Theatre, Lewisham
  • 2002 - Aladdin - Aladdin - Civic Hall, Bedworth
  • 2003 - Peter Pan - Herrietta & Mrs Darling - New Theatre, Hull
  • 2004 - Cinderella - Lady Cruella - New Theatre, North Wales Theatre, Llandudno
  • 2005 - Sleeping Beauty - Fairy Moan - Broadway Theatre, Peterborough
  • 2006 - Sleeping Beauty - Lilac Fairy - Plaza Theatre, Stockport
  • 2007 - Robin Hood - The Enchantress - Connaught Theatre, Worthing
  • 2008 - Snow White - Wicked Queen - New Theatre Hull
  • 2009 - Snow White - Wicked Queen - Playhouse, Western Super Mare
  • 2010 - Sleeping Beauty - Carabosse - Palace Theatre, Newark
  • 2011 - Sleeping Beauty - Carabosse - Harlequin Theatre, Redhill
  • 2012 - Beauty And The Beast - Silver Enchantress - Hexagon Theatre, Reading
  • 2013 - Sleeping Beauty - Lilac Fairy - Middlesbrough Theatre
  • 2015 - Sleeping Beauty - malicious (the evil fairy) - Lincoln Theatre Royal
  • 2016 - Jack and the Beanstalk - Fairy Pea Pod - King's Theatre, Portsmouth
  • Personal life

    She is married to Graham Fowler.

    In 2015, Michelle was a guest on Big Brother's Bit on the Side and feared she could have been blinded after being hit on the back of the head with a champagne glass thrown by Farrah Abraham during a fight between Abraham and Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace. She later pressed charges.

    Vicki Michelle now suffers from the condition tinnitus.

    References

    Vicki Michelle Wikipedia


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