Sue Wallace

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Sue Wallace is a British character actress.

Wallace studied Drama and English at the University of Birmingham, where she met Victoria Wood, with whom she later would go on to work in acting.[1]

She was a teacher originally but went on to have a lengthy career on television and the stage since the early 1980s in among others, Juliet Bravo, Bergerac, Making Out, The Bill, Common as Muck, Heartbeat and Doctors.

She appeared in different roles in various television works by Victoria Wood, including Screenplay: Happy Since I Met You in 1981, Victoria Wood as Seen on TV in the mid-1980s, the television film Pat and Margaret[2] in 1994, one episode of Dinnerladies in 1998 and finally in Wood's television historical drama film Housewife, 49 in 2006.[1]

Film roles include Is There Anybody There? and as Janet in I Give It a Year.[3]

References[change | change source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Star Interview: Sue Wallace". Northampton Chronicle and Echo. 2012-07-08. Retrieved 2017-09-29.
  2. Brandwood, Neil (2003). Victoria Wood: The Biography. Virgin Books. ISBN 978-0-7535-1124-4.
  3. "The March on Russia". Retrieved 2017-10-17.

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