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Sally Louise Geeson (born 23 June 1950 in Cuckfield, West Sussex, England) is an English actress with a career mostly on television in the 1970s. Her best known role was as Sid James's daughter, Sally, in Bless This House. Her character was only 16 at the start despite the fact Geeson herself was in her early 20s.[1]

Sally Geeson
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Geeson in 2009
Born (1950-06-23) 23 June 1950 (age 68)
OccupationActress
Years activec.1959 – present
Spouse(s)William G. Stewart (1976–1986)
Children3
RelativesJudy Geeson (sister)

Geeson studied at Corona Stage Academy from 1957 to 1966, during which time she played small parts in several movies, including The Millionairess (1960), Expresso Bongo (1959), and Carry On Regardless (1961). She also appeared in Carry On Abroad (1972) and Carry On Girls (1973). She also starred alongside Norman Wisdom in the film What's Good for the Goose (1969), and appeared with Vincent Price in two horror films, The Oblong Box (1969) and Cry of the Banshee (1970).

In August 2013 Geeson featured in a TV commercial for Anglian Windows. Geeson was the second wife of television personality William G. Stewart.[2] She later took up a career in teaching. She has three children called Barney, Hayley and Christopher. Her sister, the actress Judy Geeson, lives in Hollywood.

In December 2014 until January 2015, Geeson played the Good Fairy at Theatre Royal Windsor in their panto Beauty And The Beast. [3]

Contents

FilmographyEdit

TelevisionEdit

Selected theatre workEdit

  • Goodnight Mrs Puffin
  • The Day After The Fair
  • Butterflies Are Free (Bill Kenwright Productions)
  • Blood And Roses (Bill Kenwright Productions)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Tony Padman. "Bless This House star Sally Geeson on career, childhood and popularity - Life - Life & Style - Daily Express". Express.co.uk.
  2. ^ "Sally Geeson on her return to acting". The Argus.
  3. ^ "Beauty And The Beast at the Theatre Royal Windsor". Kenwright.com.

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