Mary Healey - Height Birthday Filmography Photos Biography

Mary Healey’s height is 5ft 0.5in (1.54 m)

Mary Healey is actress, born: Mary Veronica Healey , 1942, Rugby, Warwickshire, England, UK. Mary Healey is best known for “Brassed Off”

Mary Healey

Best Known For Movie: Brassed Off
Height: 5ft 0.5in (1.54 m)
Born: Mary Veronica Healey , 1942, Rugby, Warwickshire, England, UK
Filmography: The Great Fire (2014), The Cafe (2011-2013), The Royle Family (2012), Doctors (2004-2012), Life Stories (2012), Life of Riley (2010), Runner (2009/I), Holby City (1999-2009), Law & Order: UK (2009), Midsomer Murders (1998-2008), The Bill (1991-2007), Vincent (2006), Saxondale (2006), Director’s Debut (2006), The Chatterley Affair (2006), Rosemary & Thyme (2006), Agatha Christie’s Marple (2006), Julian Fellowes Investigates: A Most Mysterious Murder – The Case of George Harry Storrs (2005), Outlaws (2004), Heartbeat (1996-2004), Hotel Infinity (2004), Wire in the Blood (2004), Foyle’s War (2003), Blue Murder (2003), Night & Day (2003), Silent Witness (2002), Gimme Gimme Gimme (2001), A Small Summer Party (2001), Touching Evil (1999), Where the Heart Is (1999), Alice in Wonderland (1999), Birds of a Feather (1998), Goodnight, Mister Tom (1998), Out of Hours (1998), Peak Practice (1998), Up on the Roof (1997/I), Photographing Fairies (1997), New Voices (1997), Wilderness (1996), Brassed Off (1996), The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Moll Flanders (1996), Agony Again (1995), Moving Story (1995), Dangerous Lady (1995), Ruth Rendell Mysteries (1995), Dangerfield (1995), A Touch of Frost (1995), All in the Game (1993), Mulberry (1993), Chaplin (1992), Blue Heaven (1992), Bunch of Five (1992), Screen Two (1992), Agatha Christie: Poirot (1992), Casualty (1991), London’s Burning (1991), The House of Eliott (1991), Coronation Street (1977-1990), El C.I.D. (1990), Young, Gifted and Broke (1989), A Tale of Two Cities (1989), Capstick’s Law (1989), Doctor Who (1988), King & Castle (1986-1988), Consuming Passions (1988), Bergerac (1987), The Two of Us (1986), Travelling Man (1985), Shine on Harvey Moon (1985), Super Gran (1985), Blott on the Landscape (1985), Diana (1984), Shades of Darkness (1983), The Gaffer (1983), The Consultant (1983), Crown Court (1973-1983), Brookside (1982), Nancy Astor (1982), The Gentle Touch (1981), The Mallens (1979-1980), Play for Today (1979), Danger UXB (1979), The Paper Lads (1978), Happy Ever After (1978), Leave It to Charlie (1978), Angels (1978), Armchair Thriller (1978), The Duchess of Duke Street (1976-1977), Van der Valk (1977), Holding On (1977), Can You Keep a Secret (1976), Hunter’s Walk (1973-1976), Couples (1975), Looking for Clancy (1975), ITV Playhouse (1974), Centre Play (1974), Seven Faces of Woman (1974), Second City Firsts (1973), Pollyanna (1973), ITV Sunday Night Theatre (1973), Justice (1973), Country Matters (1973), Z Cars (1972), The Hole in the Wall (1972), Villains (1972), Pope Joan (1972), Cousin Bette (1971), Never Say Die (1970), Sentimental Education (1970), Villette (1970), The Spoils of Poynton (1970), BBC Play of the Month (1970), Special Branch (1969), Ooh La La! (1968), The Railway Children (1968), Nicholas Nickleby (1968), Inside U.S.A. with Chevrolet (1949).

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