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Shirley Cooklin


Shirley Cooklin was born on March 3, 1930 in Wallasey, Cheshire, England. She is an actress and writer, known for Emmerdale Farm (1972), Doctor Who (1963) and Potasch and Perlmutter (1955). See full bio »

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Known For

Emmerdale Farm
(1990)
Doctor Who
Doctor Who Kaftan
(1967)
Potasch and Perlmutter
(1955)
Knockback
Knockback Writer
(1984)

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 1973 Public Eye (TV Series)
Mrs. Grey
- A Family Affair (1973) ... Mrs. Grey
 1970 Roads to Freedom (TV Series)
Woman
- The Defeated: Part 3 (1970) ... Woman
 1970 Macbeth (TV Series)
First witch / Gentlewoman
- Episode #1.5 (1970) ... Gentlewoman
- Episode #1.4 (1970) ... First witch
- Episode #1.1 (1970) ... First witch
 1970 Menace (TV Series)
Jean Nagy
- Crack-Up (1970) ... Jean Nagy
 1970 Paul Temple (TV Series)
Yvonne Page
- Re-take (1970) ... Yvonne Page
 1970 The Doctors (TV Series)
Mrs. Brook
- Episode #1.17 (1970) ... Mrs. Brook
 1968 The Tyrant King (TV Series)
Mrs. Thorne
- The Turnover (1968) ... Mrs. Thorne
- Nightmare (1968) ... Mrs. Thorne
 1968 Detective (TV Series)
Mrs. Nash
- Crime of Passion (1968) ... Mrs. Nash
 1967 The Very Merry Widow (TV Series)
Mrs. Mendelssohn
- Square Meals at Round Tables (1967) ... Mrs. Mendelssohn
 1967 Doctor Who (TV Series)
Kaftan
 1967 Z Cars (TV Series)
Woman Customer
- The Placer: Part 1 (1967) ... Woman Customer
 1967 Mrs Thursday (TV Series)
Mrs. Gwenda Robinson-Brown
- Charity Begins at a Ball (1967) ... Mrs. Gwenda Robinson-Brown
 1966 This Man Craig (TV Series)
Jenny's Mother
- Fresh Off the Boat (1966) ... Jenny's Mother
 1966 The Newcomers (TV Series)
Mrs. Templeton
- Episode #1.41 (1966) ... Mrs. Templeton
 1958 Leave It to Todhunter (TV Series)
Helen
- Choice of Weapons (1958) ... Helen
- In Search of a Corpse (1958) ... Helen
 1958 The Queen and the Welshman (TV Movie)
Margaret
 1958 Drake's Progress (TV Series)
- Episode #2.1 (1958)
 1957-1958 Onion Boys (TV Series)
Madame Rozay
- Episode #1.6 (1958) ... Madame Rozay
- Episode #1.5 (1958) ... Madame Rozay
- Episode #1.4 (1958) ... Madame Rozay
- Episode #1.1 (1957) ... Madame Rozay
 1957 The Adventures of Sir Lancelot (TV Series)
Lady Lilith Goodhugh
- Lady Lilith (1957) ... Lady Lilith Goodhugh
 1956 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Florence O'Callaghan
- Henry Irving (1956) ... Florence O'Callaghan
 1956 Dixon of Dock Green (TV Series)
Brenda
- The Hero (1956) ... Brenda
 1955 The Grove Family (TV Series)
Jean
- Step or Step Down: Part 2 (1955) ... Jean
 1955 Potasch and Perlmutter (TV Movie)
Irma Potash
 1955 The Children of the New Forest (TV Series)
Alice Beverley
- Back to Arnwood (1955) ... Alice Beverley
- The Attack (1955) ... Alice Beverley
- Hunted (1955) ... Alice Beverley
- Alone (1955) ... Alice Beverley
- A New Life (1955) ... Alice Beverley
 1955 Patrol Car (TV Series)
Peggy Drayton
- Bride of the Fires (1955) ... Peggy Drayton
 1954 Stage by Stage (TV Series)
Mrs. Calicoe / Maid to Amanda
- The Relapse or, Virtue in Danger (1954) ... Mrs. Calicoe / Maid to Amanda
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Book (as Shirley Adams): "Knockback". Gerald Duckworth & Co Ltd. ISBN 0715616773. See more »
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Trivia:

She was married to 1960s Doctor Who (1963) producer Peter Bryant. Coincidentally, the BBC made a drama based on her book, Knockback (1984), which was produced by a later Doctor Who (1963) producer, Philip Hinchcliffe.

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