Brigit Forsyth was a Scottish actress well known for her roles as Thelma Ferris in the BBC comedy Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads .Brigit Forsyth Family, Husband, Children and cause of death updated below in this article.She also starred in the sitcoms Tom, Dick, and Harriet and Sharon and Elsie in the 1980s.According to her agent, Mark Pemberton, the actress died calmly in her sleep on Friday, surrounded by family.
Calendar Girls in 2008 and Alan Bennett’s People in 2013 were among her theater performances. She had previously performed the role of Coral Browne in a Radio 4 production of Bennett’s Single Spies. She appeared in Now This Is Not the End at the Arcola Theatre in London in 2015.
Brigit Forsyth Biography
|28 July 1940
|Place of Birth
|Edinburgh, United Kingdom
|Brian Mills (m. 1975–2006)
|Zoe Mills, Ben Mills
Brigit Forsyth Early Life and Education
Brigit Forsyth was born on 28 July 1940 in Edinburgh, United Kingdom.For her primary education she went to St George’s School for Girls in Edinburgh.Before attending the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Forsyth worked as a secretary and won the Emile Littler Award.
Brigit Forsyth Family, Parents
Brigit Forsyth was born to his parents Anne and her father name is not known in Edinburgh, United Kingdom.There is no any information regarding she has any siblings.
Brigit Forsyth Husband and Children
Brigit Forsyth married with Brian Mills who was was a British television director, mainly for Granada Television.Brigit Forsyth died in 2006.She had two kids Zoe Mills, Ben Mills.
Brigit Forsyth Net Worth
Brigit Forsyth has an estimated Net Worth of $5 Million in 2023.Her Primary source of earning comes from her career as Scottish actress.
|Income / Salary
Brigit Forsyth Career and Achivements
Forsyth’s film works include The Night Digger (1971) as a district nurse, The Likely Lads (1976) as Thelma Ferris, and Crystalstone (1987) as Isabel.Forsyth began playing the cello at the age of nine but stopped when she entered theatrical school. Her talent was put to use in 2004, when she was cast as the lead in Cello and the Nightingale, a drama about world-famous cellist Beatrice Harrison that opened at York Theatre Royal.
She is now also a member of Becky & The Sharks, an all-girl folk band.Forsyth’s television work included Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads? as Thelma Chambers (1972-74) The Glamour Girls (1980-82) as Veronica Haslett; Tom, Dick and Harriet (1983) as Harriet Maddison; The Practice as Dr. Judith Vincent (1986); Sharon and Elsie as Elsie Beecroft (1984-85); Dark Season (1991) as Miss Maitland; Children’s Ward (1997) as Sylvia; and Boon (ITV, 1989) as Helen Yeldham.
Forsyth was the topic of This Is Your Life in 2002, when she was startled by Michael Aspel at BBC Broadcasting House.Forsyth first appeared in the 2013 Christmas special of Still Open All Hours before returning for a full season on December 26, 2014, as Madge, the sister of Maggie Ollerenshaw’s character Mavis.
In 2013, Forsyth played Mrs. Jennings in Helen Edmundson’s BBC Radio 4 production of Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility.Her theater credits include Calendar Girls in 2008 and Alan Bennett’s People in 2013. She had previously played Coral Browne in a Radio 4 production of Bennett’s Single Spies. She appeared in Now This Is Not the End at London’s Arcola Theatre in 2015.Brigit Forsyth died on 1 December 2023 at the age of 83.