Elizabeth Bennett (actress)

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Elizabeth Bennett
Born
Yorkshire, England
Years active1969-present

Elizabeth Bennett is a British actress and TV producer.

Bennett has appeared in several British TV series, including The Sandbaggers , The Bill , The Lakes , Diana , Chef! , Dangerfield , The Duchess of Duke Street , Bergerac (Series 2 Episode 9 (The Moonlight Girls) 1983), Down to Earth, The Last Detective and Heartbeat . She is best known for her long recurring role as Joyce Jowett in the long running ITV show Heartbeat . She also played "Enid Thompson" in the British situation comedy Home to Roost and played "Enid Tompkins" in the US remake of the show You Again? . She also appeared in Margaret (2009). She also appeared as the receptionist in the hospital waiting room in Mr. Bean.

She plays the small but important role of Miss Pennywinkle in the French language films Largo Winch and its sequel Largo Winch II , both based on the Belgian comic book series.


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