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Sharon Duce (born 17 January 1950) is a British actress.
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Born in Sheffield, she trained at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art then became a stage actress at the Sheffield Repertory Theatre, the York Theatre Royal, and the Theatre in the Round, before joining Ian McKellen and Edward Petherbridge's Actors Company. Apart from her career in film and television, she has had leading roles at the Royal Court Theatre and other West End theatres.
- Big Deal (TV series)
- Buddy's Song
- Clocking Off
- Coronation Street
- Doctor Who (Ghost Light).
- London's Burning
- Midsomer Murders
- Moving On
- The Bill
- The Professionals
- The Royle Family
- Tales of the Unexpected (TV series)
- The Tomorrow People
In 1992 she was reunited with Brooks to star in the BBC drama series Growing Pains, in which they played middle-aged foster parents. She also guest starred for two episodes in February 1992 in ITV's BAFTA award-winning series for teenagers, Press Gang, playing Spike Thomson's mother. Duce appeared in Coronation Street as Julie Carp's mother, Paula Carp, but she left the soap on 22 May 2009.
- "Duce, Sharon D." in Register of Births for Sheffield Registration District, vol. 2d (1948), p. 27
- Sharon Duce at acting-speaking-coach.co.uk
- Harvey Fenton, David Flint, Ten Years of Terror: British Horror Films of the 1970s (FAB, 2001), p. 288
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