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Lynda Bellingham

Lynda Bellingham’s television career spans over fifty years. She made her debut on BBC Television’s Z Cars, and went on to perform in a great number of very varied shows, including performing as Mrs Lupin in the BBC’s adaptation of Charles Dickens’ Martin Chuzzlewit. She has appeared in Holby City (1999), My Uncle Silas (2000), At Home With the Braithwaites (1999 and 2002), Midsomer Murders (2003), ten episodes... Read more >>

Lynda Bellingham

Lynda Bellingham Overview

Lynda Bellingham’s television career spans over fifty years. She made her debut on BBC Television’s Z Cars, and went on to perform in a great number of very varied shows, including performing as Mrs Lupin in the BBC’s adaptation of Charles Dickens’ Martin Chuzzlewit. She has appeared in Holby City (1999), My Uncle Silas (2000), At Home With the Braithwaites (1999 and 2002), Midsomer Murders (2003), ten episodes for The Bill (2004), and Antiques Auctions (2004) to name but a few. In 2006 she performed in New Tricks and six episodes of Bonkers. In 2007 she played Queen Eleanor in Robin Hood and in Love Soup. Between 2008 and 2009 she performed in ITV’s Loose Women.

On stage, she has appeared in a number of well known plays, including Richard II, Pygmalian, and Noises Off. Recently, she played Elizabeth in Losing Louis at Hampstead Theatre and the Trafalgar Studios (2005), and in 2006 appeared in Sugar Mummies at the Royal Court Theatre. 2007 saw her play Anita in Vincent River with Old Vic Productions, and between 2008 and 2009 played Chris in Calendar Girls.

Film work includes Confessions of a Driving Instructor, Sweeney One, Stand Up, Riding High, The Romanovs: A Love Story, The Scarlet Tunic, Bodywork, Don’t Go Breaking My Heart, Hans Christian Anderson, and Devil’s Gate.

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