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Lisa Daniely

Lisa Daniely
Born Elizabeth Bodington
(1930-06-04) 4 June 1930 (ageĀ 84)
Reading, Berkshire, England
Years active 1950-present

Lisa Daniely (b. 4 June 1930; real name: Elizabeth Bodington) is a British actress on TV and occasional films.

She made her debut in the 1950 film Lilli Marlene in the title role, which also featured Stanley Baker in one of his earliest film parts. She later appeared in several films. In the 1952 film Hindle Wakes she played the prominent part as a mill worker named Jenny Hawthorn. The 1955 film Tiger by the Tail she played opposite Larry Parks ("The Jolson Story"), but she was more prolific on television,with her best remembered role perhaps being Diane Brady, the sister of Peter Brady, in the 1958 series version of H.G. Wells' The Invisible Man.

Other appearances on various TV programmes include The Saint, Danger Man, Doctor Who, Strange Report, The Protectors, Van Der Valk and The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

In 1996, she portrayed Queen Elizabeth II in the TV film Princess In Love.

In 2007, she provided background commentary to several episodes of The Invisible Man that were released by Network DVD, along with former co-star Deborah Watling.

Selected filmography

External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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