Liz Edmiston


Liz Edmiston (21 May 1945 – 10 April 2008) was a British actress. She appeared in several TV series including ''
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'' (1970), ''Now Take My Wife'' (1971), ''Dickens of London'' (1976) and ''Forgotten (TV series), Forgotten'' (1999), and starred opposite Jack Wild in the 1973 film ''The 14''. She also made appearances in episodes of ''Oh No, It's Selwyn Froggitt!'' (1974) and ''Keeping up Appearances'' (1993), and was married to fellow actor Eric Carte. She was in poor health with diabetes from the age of 13, and died while acting on board the liner MV Oriana (1995).

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Guardian obituary
British television actresses 1945 births 2008 deaths Deaths onstage {{UK-tv-actor-stub