Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
Wes Anderson to Sarah Badel
Avril Angers Biography (1922-)
Born April 18, 1922, in Liverpool, England; daughter of Harry and Lillian Erroll (Woods) Angers. Addresses: Agent--c/o Peter Charlesworth, Ltd., 68Old Brompton Rd., London SW7 3LQ, England.
- Birth Details
- April 18, 1922
- Liverpool, England
Credits; Stage Appearances
- Cinderella, Cinderella, Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham, England, 1936.
- Keep Going (revue), Palace Theatre, London, England, 1944.
- The Gaieties, Winter Garden Theatre, London, 1945.
- Make It a Date, Duchess Theater, London, 1946.
- Miss Prue, Love for Love, Connaught Theatre, Worthing, England, 1949.
- Jeannie, Jeannie, Connaught Theatre, 1949.
- Madeleine, Don't Listen Ladies, Hayes Theatre, London, 1949.
- Adeline, Sugar Plum, Connaught Theatre, 1949.
- Billie Dawn, Born Yesterday, Gaiety Theatre, Douglas, Isle of Man, England, 1950.
- Dolores, Mary Had a Little ..., Strand Theatre, London, 1951.
- Susan Ray, Susan, Bromley Theatre, London, 1952.
- Robinson Crusoe, Robinson Crusoe, Wimbledon Theatre, London, 1953.
- Robinson Crusoe, Robinson Crusoe, Pleasure Gardens Theatre, Folkestone, England, 1955.
- Belle, The Gypsy Warned Me, Richmond Theatre, London, 1958.
- Mrs. Webster, The Night Life of the Virile Potato, Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, England, 1960.
- Paris by Night (revue), Tivioli Theatre, Melbourne, Australia, then Tivioli Theatre, Sydney, Australia, 1962.
- Mrs. Piper, Busybody, Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1964.
- Amy Holyrod, This Is Your Wife, Alhambra Theatre, Bradford, England, 1964.
- Miss Poitrine, Little Me, Cambridge Theatre, Cambridge, England, 1964.
- Madame Arcati, Blithe Spirit, Belgrade Theatre, Coventry, England, 1966.
- Harriet Humphrey, I'll Get My Man, Alexandra Theatre, London, 1967.
- Grace Winslow, The Winslow Boy, Derby Playhouse, London, 1967.
- Mrs. Candour, School for Scandal, Derby Playhouse, then Richmond Theatre,1967.
- Mother, Barefoot in the Park, Guernsey Theatre, London, 1968, then the Phoenix, Leicester, England, 1969.
- A Wicked Sister, Cinderella, Hippodrome, Bristol, England, 1968.
- Mrs. Rogers, The Au Pair Man, Watford Theatre, London, 1970.
- Mrs. Finney, The Dating Game, Pier Theatre, Bournemouth, England, 1971.
- Dame, Goldilocks, Princes Theatre, Torquay, England, 1971.
- Mrs. Finney, The Dating Game, Apollo Theatre, London, 1972.
- Cockie, Vaudeville Theatre, London, 1973.
- Beatrice Charlton, Norman, Is That You?, Phoenix Theatre, London, 1975.
- Eleanor Hunter, No Sex, Please, We're British, Billingham Theatre, London, then the Strand Theatre, 1975.
- Fairy Queen, Cinderella, Croydon Theatre, London, 1975.
- Miss Marple, Murder at the Vicarage, Savoy Theatre, London, 1976.
- Mrs. Hardcastle, She Stoops to Conquer, Birmingham Rep, Birmingham, England, 1978.
- Mother, Crazy for You, Prince Edward Theatre, London, 1993--.
- Also appeared in The Mating Game, Oklahoma!, Gigi, The Killing of SisterGeorge, Cards on the Table, When We Are Married, Easy Virtue, and Post Mortem.
Credits; Major Tours
- Sylvia Bennett, Not in the Book, various South African cities, 1974.
- Miss Smythe, Move over Mrs. Markham, various cities in the Middle and FarEast, 1979.
- Madame Arcati, Blithe Spirit, various cities in the United Kingdom, 1979.
- Also toured as Miss Skillon in See How They Run, 1975.
Credits; Film Appearances
- Appeared in Skimpy in the Navy, 1950; as Woman in Elevator, There's a Girl in My Soup, 1970; Fanny, Mr. Forbush and the Penquins, 1971; in Lucky Mascot; Miss Pilgrim's Progress; Don't Blame the Stork; Women without Men; Green Man; Devils of Darkness; Be My Guest; Three Bites of the Apple; The Family Way; Two a Penny; The Best House in London; Staircase; Gollocks; Confessions ofa Driving Instructor; and Dangerous Davies.
Credits; Television Appearances
- Appeared in Dear Dotty (series), BBC; How Do You View, BBC; Friends and Neighbors, BBC; Charlie Fainsbarn Show, BBC; Arthur Askey Show, BBC; All Aboard, BBC; Bright Boffins, ITV; The More We Are Together, ITV; The Millionairess, BBC; Liver Birds, BBC; No Appointment Necessary, ITV; The Songwriters, BBC;Common As Muck, BBC; Looks Familiar; Are Your Being Served?; Holiday Town; The Gold Hunter; Bob Monkhouse Show; Before the Fringe; Hudd; Coronation Street; Dick Emery Show; Dad's Army; All Creatures Great and Small; Coronation Concert; Midner; Smuggler; Just Liz; Give up a Clue; Trelawney of the Wells; Cat's Eye; C.A.B.; and Rude Health.
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