hasn’t been on our screens for two wo and a half years since she starred in Sky Arts drama ma Nellie And Melba (left). This week she appears as Loveday Hutton (right), a woman with an axe too grind, in the final episode of BBC1’s spookyy Remember Me. Sheila, 81, remains eager to o work but says, ‘I mainly get parts where youu either go senile or die or get shot.’ In the early rly 1970s she had her own BBC comedy series, But Seriously, It’s Sheila Hancock, after shooting to fame as Carole Taylor in 60s sitcom The Rag Trade alongside Peter Jones, Reg Varney and Miriam Karlin. T The free services p player)
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