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Harvest photo of Pauline Collins with her husband John Alderton
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One of Britain's finest: Stephanie Cole - St. George Daily Spectrum

American audiences were introduced to British actress Stephanie Cole when she portrayed grumpy, sharp-witted Diana Trent, a resident of the Bayview Retirement Village in the 90s sitcom Waiting for God. A decade later, Stephanie was back on U. S. Public Television playing a more congenial matriarchal character in another popular British comedy import, Doc Martin. Turning 75 this month, Ms. Cole’s current work schedule might be the envy of many actors. “I’m in two popular series ( Man Down and Still Open all Hours ) and do one in the spring and the other in autumn,” said Ms. Cole from her home near Bath, west of London. “That gives me time to fit a play in between. This year, that summer theatrical diversion was a production of King Lear at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre (see bristololdvic. “It’s their 250th anniversary, making it the oldest continually working theater in the British Isles,” explained Cole. “For this year’s King Lear production they used third-year students in all the roles except for Lear, Gloucester, and the Fool – I played the Fool. But it was very special for me. ”. Cole began her career at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in the 50s. “When I was 17, I played a 90-year-old woman in a rather appalling new play, but it was the first time I was paid for doing something I loved. I had to run on and off stage – well, I was supposed to be 90, so I didn’t actually run. She rubbed shoulders with other theater greats such as Laurence Olivier, and one encounter early in her career was especially memorable. I recognized him immediately as John Gielgud. I led him to the room and as I raised my hand to knock on the door preparing to announce him, I turned and asked ‘Who shall I say it is. ’ He said ‘It…it’s John Gielgud. ’ I said ‘Yes, yes, of course, I’m sorry’ and felt an utter twit, but was so thrilled to be face to face with such a great actor. There was a time, however, when Cole gave up acting. “I had spent 12 years in theaters and radio around the country and felt I wasn’t getting anywhere. Then one day I was invited to teach at the Old Vic School and after a year began getting offers for roles in more plays and small parts on the telly. In the early 80s, her big TV break came in Tenko , a sobering BBC drama that followed the hardships of women prisoners held in internment camps after the Japanese invasion of Singapore in 1942. “When you’re seen every week in a very popular series... Source:

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  • One of Britain's finest: Stephanie Cole

    Two weeks later she was back on the set to complete a rather poignant episode featuring veteran British actor John Alderton. “His character had been an old lover of mine's, but he was ill and sailed off in his boat rather than renewing our relationship

  • 25 huge Emmerdale spoilers for soap's stunt week so who dies?

    10/17/16 ,via Metro

    Robron's episode is written by superfan of the couple Maxine Alderton… 10. …and the episode contains much of what Robron fans have been willing to see for months. They won't be disappointed! 11. Paddy will be forced to confront his guilt over not


Not the main one used by the lead man.John Alderton which was mine 10/23/16, @mini76


  • Roti John Recipe

    black pepper, eggs, olive oil, garlic, green chilies, baguette, sardines, chilli, onions

  • John Sally's Guacamole

    california, cilantro, lime juice, corn, jalapeno, chipotle sauce, olive oil, red onions


  • Confusions

    Bloomsbury Publishing. 2015. ISBN: 9781474270854,1474270859. 120 pages.

    Confusions, a series of plays for four-to-five actors, typifies Alan Ayckbourn's particular brand of black comedy on human behaviour. The plays are alternately naturalistic, stylised and farcical, but underlying each is the echoing problem of profound loneliness. From a devoted and isolated mother, to her unfaithful travelling salesman husband, through a solicitous waiter to well-heeled diners and an utterly shambolic garden fete, human frailty is laid bare as one hilarious situation after another unfolds. Each of the plays connects to the next through one of its characters until the final one is reached when four people sit alone on park benches. From high farce to poignant observation; the laughs, however dark, keep coming. This new edition was published to coincide with the first ever revival of the play, staged at the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, on 9 July 2015.


John Alderton - Wikipedia

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John Alderton (Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, 27 november 1940) is een Engels acteur die vooral bekend is door zijn rollen in Upstairs, Downstairs, Thomas & Sarah en ...