Liz Fraser

Biography: Actress Liz Fraser was the British equivalent of such American cinema "dumb blondes" as Barbara Nichols and Joyce Jameson. Usually portraying a vacuous gum-chewing cockney, Fraser began making films in 1953 using her real name of Elizabeth Winch, sometimes in rare serious roles. Among her better-known films were I'm All Right Jack (1959), The Pure Hell of St. Trinians (1960), The Americanization of Emily (1964), and The Painted Smile (1961), in which she played the lead. In 1962 Fraser made the first of several appearances with the "Carry On" film comedy troupe. From 1970 onward, Fraser could be seen in several of the "Confessions" comedy films (Confessions of a Driving Instructor, Confessions from a Holiday Camp) described by one British critic as a "muckier" variation of the Carry-Ons. Liz Fraser should not be confused with American actress Elizabeth Fraser, who was best known for her many appearances on the Sgt. Bilko TV series of the mid '50s.

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Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd Foyle's War: Season 4 Jan 15, 2006 Mollie Summersgill tbd
tbd Countdown: Season 6 Jan 7, 1985 Guest tbd