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Brenda Cowling’s height is 5ft 4.5in (1.64 m)

Brenda Rose Cowling was an English actress. A native of London, Cowling wanted to be a film actress from the time she was a child; however, upon leaving school, she trained instead as a shorthand typist.

Brenda Cowling

Best Known For Movie: Octopussy
Height: 5ft 4.5in (1.64 m)
Born: April 23, 1925, Islington, United Kingdom
Filmography: According to Bex (2005), French and Saunders (2004), Doctors (2000-2004), Holby City (2004), The Legend of the Tamworth Two (2004), Murder in Suburbia (2004), Jonathan Creek (2004), Doctors and Nurses (2004), The Last Detective (2003), The Bill (1989-2002), The Many Lives of Albert Walker (2002), Bernard’s Watch (2001), Barbara (2000), Room to Rent (2000), Greenfingers (2000), Where the Heart Is (2000), Babes in the Wood (1999), Get Real (1998), Goodnight Sweetheart (1997), Casualty (1997), The Detectives (1997), The Legacy of Reginald Perrin (1996), You Rang, M’Lord? (1988-1993), The Upper Hand (1993), Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple: They Do It with Mirrors (1991), Hi-de-Hi! (1984-1988), In Sickness and in Health (1985-1987), The Charmer (1987), A Dorothy L. Sayers Mystery (1987), London’s Burning: The Movie (1986), T-Bag Strikes Again (1986), Seal Morning (1986), Grange Hill (1986), Dream Lover (1986), Oliver Twist (1985), The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 3/4 (1985), Lytton’s Diary (1985), Murder Not Proven? (1984), Sharon and Elsie (1984), The Rainbow Coloured Disco Dancer (1983), Potter (1979-1983), Octopussy (1983), The Ghost Downstairs (1982), Jackanory Playhouse (1982), The Agatha Christie Hour (1982), Pink Floyd The Wall (1982), Q.E.D. (1982), Oliver Twist (1982/I), Dead Ernest (1982), Stalky & Co. (1982), Sink or Swim (1981), It Ain’t Half Hot Mum (1981), You’re Only Young Twice (1981), Are You Being Served? (1981), Nanny (1981), Hammer House of Horror (1980), Shoestring (1980), We, the Accused (1980), How’s Your Father? (1980), Only When I Laugh (1980), The Old Curiosity Shop (1980), Sykes (1976-1979), Crime Story (1979), The Famous Five (1978), International Velvet (1978), The Law Centre (1978), ITV Playhouse (1978), BBC2 Play of the Week (1978), The Black Panther (1977), The Duchess of Duke Street (1977), Happy Ever After (1977), Raffles (1977), Jabberwocky (1977), The Emigrants (1976), Angels (1976), Shadows (1976), Carry on Behind (1975), Fawlty Towers (1975), Z Cars (1962-1974), South Riding (1974), No Strings (1974), Good Girl (1974), Justice (1974), The Black Windmill (1974), The Pallisers (1974), King Thrushbeard and the Proud Princess (1974), Carry on Girls (1973), Romany Jones (1973), Oh, Father! (1973), Owen, M.D. (1973), Thursday’s Child (1973), Love Story (1973), My Wife Next Door (1972), Dad’s Army (1972), Scott On… (1972), Follyfoot (1972), Young Winston (1972), Six Days of Justice (1972), The Man and the Snake (1972), Tom Brown’s Schooldays (1971), The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes (1971), Please Sir! (1971), Armchair Theatre (1971), Misleading Cases (1971), All Gas and Gaiters (1969-1971), Budgie (1971), The Railway Children (1970), The Goodies (1970), As Good Cooks Go (1970), Up in the Air (1969), Dixon of Dock Green (1962-1969), Special Branch (1969), The Root of All Evil? (1968), Nicholas Nickleby (1968), ITV Play of the Week (1961-1967), Champion House (1967), The Forsyte Saga (1967), Bindle (One of Them Days) (1966), The Wednesday Play (1965), Theatre 625 (1964), Sergeant Cork (1964), The Avengers (1963), Maigret (1963), Outbreak of Murder (1962), A Climate of Fear (1962), Suspense (1962), Emergency-Ward 10 (1959-1961), The Budds of Paragon Row (1959), The Other Man (1956), The Silken Affair (1956), Stage Fright (1950), According to Bex (2005), This Is Your Life (1999), I Love a 1970′s Christmas (2000), What a Carry On (1983).
Astrological Sign: Taurus
Occupation: Actress
Died: October 2, 2010, Denville Hall, Northwood, London, United Kingdom
Education: Royal Academy of Dramatic Art

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