Most renowned for being on the receiving end of Ďstupid
boy Pikeí in Dadís Army, he has one of the later Carry Ons to his credit,
that of Behind. He plays the Great Dane-owning Joe Baxter.
She is a variety actress who played in several Carry
Ons. In Spying she is a nightclub singer, a beautiful temptress who turns out to
be a double agent, thereafter she is something of a weakling who reveals her
tough core in the end. In Cruising, she is shyly on the look-out for a husband.
Her best role, where she comes into her own, is in Camping, where at the
slightest provocation, she is sick, but she eventually finds true happiness with
Bernard Bresslaw. She also appeared in Doctor, again with
Outside of the Carry Ons she is best known for her roles in The Bed-sit Girl
with another Carry On Irregular, Sheila Hancock and in
The Boyfriend on Broadway
with Julie Andrews. She wrote the Granada TV series Chintz.
He makes a brief appearance in Behind as the doctor who fixes up Kenneth Williams after his accident in the caravan. He is a TV personality and quiz-master, who has numerous scripts under his belt, including Robinís Nest and Donít Wait Up. He has been a presenter on TVís Thatís Life and was one of the doctors in Doctor In The House.
|London born Valerie Leon became a familiar face during the 1970`s thanks to the Hai Karate aftershave adverts, she was educated at public school until the age of fifteen when she enrolled in a one year college course in retail distribution. After this she headed for France, working as an au pair whilst learning the language, before returning home to a job with Harrods as a trainee fashion buyer. She subsequently took singing lessons and entered the showbiz world after seeing an advert for chorus singers in The Belle of New York. This production folded after six weeks but it marked the start of her busy career which has included appearing in Funny Girl with Barbara Streisand in `66 and numerous screen roles such as The Italian Job, Smashing Time, All the Way Up, The Wild Geese and two Bond movies, Never Say Never Again and The Spy Who Loved Me. Her TV credits have included The Saint, The Avengers, Rings On their Fingers, The Persuaders and Misleading Cases. After retiring from showbiz to raise a family with the late BBC producer Michael Mills, she occasionally acts and runs her own public relations company. She appeared in 6 Carry Ons, Up The Khyber as a Hospitality Girl, in Camping as a Store Assistant, in Again Doctor as Deridre, Leda in Up The Jungle, Jane Darling in Matron and Paula Perkins in Girls.|
|In Carry On Columbus, she plays Countess Esmerelda but she is better known as Beattie from the British Telecom TV adverts. She also had a big success in the 80's with the comedy series Agony. She also appears on stage in her own comedy shows and in the musical Oklahoma.|
He has a small part as one of the recruits in Sergeant
but is better known as the actor, playwright and author of off-beat plays like
Big Soft Nellie, Stop It Whoever You Are and Er?
A famous comedian in his native Scotland, he makes two
appearances in the series, in Abroad he wins
Barbara Windsorís affections away
from Sid James but only after falling foul to wet cement twice. In
makes an uncharacteristic appearance as a camp TV presenter who joins in the
melee around the beauty competition.
Terence was a regular part of the early Carry On team,
appearing in four of the first five films. His upperclassness adds a different
comic element to the films he appears in. In Sergeant, he plays Miles Haywood, a
recruit who is pronounced, Ďa soldier by tradition and instinctí, when he
admits that the first thing that always comes into his head is women. In Nurse
he plays arguable his best role as the journalist with appendicitis who uses the
opportunity for an inside story of the NHS. In Constable his part is smaller as
a smooth-talking con-man and in Regardless he is the most debonair of the
Helping Hands Agency. As an actor, Longden could turn his hand to a variety of
parts. He trained at RADA and has been a classical actor at Stratford. His roles
are as diverse as Drusus in the 1959 version of Ben Hur to one of Elsie Tannerís
followers in Coronation Street. He had the title role in the TV series Garry
Kenny is a popular entertainer who contributes a good
one-liner to the Carry Ons as the bus-conductor in Loving asking the fully
occupied courting couple, if they are, "going all the way". He also
wrote the title song of Emmannuelle, Love Crazy.