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Fenella Fielding’s height is 5ft 5in (1.65 m)

Fenella Fielding (born 17 November 1927)—”England’s first lady of the double entendre”—is an English actress, popular in the 1950s and 1960s. She is known for her seductive image and distinctively husky voice. Fielding appeared in two Carry on films, Carry on Regardless (1961) and Carry on Screaming! in 1966.

Fenella Fielding

First Name: Fenella
Last Name: Fielding
Born: 17th November, 1927, London, England
Height: 5ft 5in (1.65 m)
Build: Slim
Hair Color: Brown – Dark
Distinctive Feature: Husky Voice
Astrological Sign: Scorpio
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: English
Occupation: Actress
Brother: Basil Baron Feldman (life peer)
Filmography: Tincture of Vervain (2011), Over the Edge (2011), Radio Mania: An Abandoned Work (2009, Short Film), The Legend of Dick and Dom (2009, TV Show), The All Together (2007), Wishbaby (2007), Skins (2007, TV Show), Abroad Again in Britain (2004, TV Show), Beginner’s Luck (2001), Guest House Paradiso (1999), Uncle Jack and Cleopatra’s Mummy (1993, TV Show), Uncle Jack and the Dark Side of the Moon (1992, TV Show), Uncle Jack and the Loch Noch Monster (1991, TV Show), Uncle Jack and Operation Green (1990, TV Show), A Winter Story (1986, TV Movie), The Pickwick Papers (1985, TV Show), The Zany Adventures of Robin Hood (1984, TV Movie), Cribb (1980, TV Show), Pollux et le chat bleu (1970), That’s Your Funeral (1970, TV Show), I Understand (1970), Lock Up Your Daughters! (1969), Ooh La La! (1968, TV Show), A Touch of Venus (1968, TV Show), The Prisoner (1967, TV Show), Arrivederci, Baby! (1966), Carnaby, M.D. (1966), Carry on Screaming! (1966), Road to St. Tropez (1966, Short Film), How to Undress in Public Without Undue Embarrassment (1965), Theatre 625 (1964, TV Show), Doctor in Distress (1963), The Old Dark House (1963), Love Story (1963, TV Show), Saki (1962, TV Show), Carry on Regardless (1961), The Avengers (1961, TV Show), In the Doghouse (1961), No Love for Johnnie (1961), Comedy Playhouse (1961, TV Show), Drama 61-67 (1961, TV Show), Doctor in Love (1960), Foxhole in Cairo (1960), Danger Man (1960, TV Show), The Strange World of Gurney Slade (1960, TV Show), Follow a Star (1959), Sapphire (1959), The Four Just Men (1959, TV Show), International Detective (1959, TV Show), Saturday Playhouse (1958, TV Show), Destination Downing Street (1957, TV Show), Armchair Theatre (1956, TV Show), BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950, TV Show), Eric & Ernie: Behind the Scenes (2011, TV Show), Greatest Ever Carry On Films (2011), Thompson and the Magic Roundabout (2010), British Film Forever (2007, TV Show), The Alan Titchmarsh Show (2007, TV Show), Don’t Knock Yourself Out (2007), The 50 Greatest Comedy Films (2006, TV Movie), The 100 Greatest Scary Moments (2003, TV Show), Time Shift (2002, TV Show), Can We Carry On, Girls? (2001, TV Show), Carnival of Monsters (1999, TV Movie), This Is Your Life (1999, TV Show), What’s a Carry On? (1998, TV Show), Heroes of Comedy (1995, TV Show), This Morning (1988, TV Show), Children in Need (1980, TV Show), The South Bank Show (1978, TV Show), Golden Gala (1978, TV Movie), Blankety Blank (1977, TV Show), Those Wonderful TV Times (1976, TV Show), What’s My Line? (1973, TV Show), Dave King Show, The (1969, TV Show), The Morecambe & Wise Show (1968, TV Show), Call My Bluff (1965, TV Show), Stars and Garters (1963, TV Show), Juke Box Jury (1959, TV Show), The Good Old Days (1953, TV Show), The Ed Sullivan Show (1948, TV Show), Cash in the Celebrity Attic (-, TV Show), The Eamonn Andrews Show (-, TV Show), Reputations (-, TV Show)

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