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Janette Scott’s height is 5ft 6in (1.68 m)

Thora Janette Scott (born 14 December 1938) is an English actress. She was born in Morecambe, Lancashire. She is the daughter of actors Jimmy Scott and Thora Hird. She started her acting career as a child actress known as Janette Scott, and was briefly (along with Jennifer Gay) one of the so-called “Children’s Announcers” providing continuity links for the BBC’s children’s TV programmes from the Lime Grove Studios in the early 1950s. She became a popular leading lady, one of her best-known roles being April Smith in the 1960 film School for Scoundrels, based on the “One-upmanship” books by Stephen Potter, in which Ian Carmichael and Terry-Thomas competed for her attention. Scott wrote her autobiography at the age of 14.

Janette Scott

First Name: Thora
Middle Name: Janette
Last Name: Rademaekers
Maiden Name: Scott
Birth Full Name: Thora Janette Scott
Born: 14 December, 1938
Birthplace: Morecambe, Lancashire, England, UK
Height: 5ft 6in (1.68 m)
Build: Slim
Hair Color: Dyed Red
Astrological Sign: Sagittarius
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: British
Occupation: Actress, author
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Filmography: How to Lose Friends & Alienate People (2008), Last of the Summer Wine (1973, TV Show), Bikini Paradise (1967), Crack in the World (1965), Contest Girl (1964), Paranoiac (1963), Siege of the Saxons (1963), The Old Dark House (1963), Burke’s Law (1963, TV Show), The Day of the Triffids (1962), Two and Two Make Six (1962), Double Bunk (1961), His and Hers (1961), School for Scoundrels (1960), BBC Sunday-Night Play (1960, TV Show), The Devil’s Disciple (1959), The Lady Is a Square (1959), Happy Is the Bride (1958), The Good Companions (1957), Helen of Troy (1956), Armchair Theatre (1956, TV Show), Now and Forever (1956), As Long as They’re Happy (1955), The Dashing White Sergeant (1954), Edge of Divorce (1953), No Highway in the Sky (1951), The Magic Box (1951), The Galloping Major (1951), No Place for Jennifer (1950), BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950, TV Show), Conspirator (1949), The Gay Intruders (1944), Two Thousand Women (1944), The Lamp Still Burns (1943), Went the Day Well? (1942), The Good Companions (1957), Greasepaint and Gore, Part 2: The Hammer Monsters of Roy Ashton (2004), Once Upon a Time in Europe (2001, TV Show), Open House (1998, TV Show), Heroes of Comedy (1995, TV Show), Elstree Britain’s Hollywood (1989), Ready, Steady, Go! (1963, TV Show), The Royal Variety Show (1960, TV Movie), Juke Box Jury (1959, TV Show), Play the Game (1947), Looks Familiar (-, TV Show), The Eamonn Andrews Show (-, TV Show)

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