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Avril Maureen Anita Morris
11 March 1930
|Died||28 May 1998 68) (aged|
|Spouse(s)||Ronnie Waldman (1953–1978) (his death) (1 child)|
Lana Morris, born Avril Maureen Anita Morris – 28 May 1998) was a British film, stage and television actress during the 1950s and 1960s.(11 March 1930
She played the role of Helene Hillmer in the 1967 BBC adaptation of The Forsyte Saga , and appeared in many other television programmes. She worked with Roger Moore in The Saint , appearing on the cover of an early 1960s tie-in reprinting of the novel The Saint in New York . She later became a television panellist. She was also in British films such as I Start Counting .
She was married to the BBC executive Ronnie Waldman (1914–1978).
She died of a heart attack in Windsor, Berkshire, having been taken ill shortly before the first performance of Barbara Taylor Bradford's play Dangerous To Know at the Theatre Royal, Windsor, aged 68.
|1946||School for Secrets||Mrs Watlington||Credited as Pamela Matthews|
|1948||Spring in Park Lane||Rosie|
|1948||The Weaker Sex||Lolly|
|1948||It's Hard to Be Good||Daphne|
|1949||Trottie True||Bouncie Barrington|
|1949||The Chiltern Hundreds||Bessie Sykes|
|1950||Morning Departure||Rose Snipe|
|1950||Guilt Is My Shadow||Betty|
|1950||The Reluctant Widow||Becky|
|1950||Trio||Gladys||(segment "The Verger")|
|1950||The Woman in Question||Lana Clark|
|1951||A Tale of Five Cities||Delia Morel Romanoff|
|1953||The Red Beret||Pinky|
|1953||The Straw Man||Ruth Hunter|
|1953||The Good Beginning||Evie Watson|
|1953||Trouble in Store||Sally Wilson|
|1954||Radio Cab Murder||Myra|
|1954||Thought to Kill||Ruby|
|1955||Man of the Moment||Penny|
|1956||Home and Away||Mary|
|1958||Moment of Indiscretion||Janet Miller|
|1958||Passport to Shame||Girl|
|1959||No Trees in the Street||Marge|
|1959||Jet Storm||Jane Tracer|
|1970||I Start Counting||Leonie|
|1954||The Six Proud Walkers||Martha||6 episodes|
|1956||Dixon of Dock Green||Elsie Kelly||1 episode|
|1957–1958||The Royalty||Maisie||10 episodes|
|1958||Solo for Canary||Ruth Maddern||6 episodes|
|1958||Murder Bag||May Kean||1 episode|
|1959||The Naked Lady||Sylvia Craig||4 episodes|
|1959||The Invisible Man||Ellen Summers||1 episode|
|1959–1961||Murder Bag||Various||2 episodes|
|1960–1961||BBC Sunday-Night Play||Various||3 episodes|
|1960||International Detective||Suzanne Colmar||1 episode|
|1960||No Wreath for the General||Isobel Gilmour||6 episodes|
|1961||Tales of Mystery||Nancy Burley||1 episode|
|1962||The Six Proud Walkers||Polly Arden||13 episodes|
|1962||Zero One||Mrs. Warner||1 episode|
|1962||Maigret||Felice||1 episode (S3/Ep6)|
|1963||Jezebel ex UK||Isobel Garnett||1 episode|
|1963||Love Story||Bobby||1 episode|
|1963||No Cloak – No Dagger||Emma Cresswell||6 episodes|
|1963||The Saint||Teresa Alvarez||1 episode|
|1964||ITV Sunday Night Drama||ok Probert||1 episode|
|1964||The Old Wives' Tale||Sophia Scales||5 episodes|
|1965||Thursday Theatre||Various||2 episodes|
|1965||The Flying Swan||Marion Watson||1 episode|
|1967||The Forsyte Saga||Helene Hillmer||10 episodes|
|1968||Never a Cross Word||Maureen||1 episode|
|1971||Paul Temple||Gwen Fox||1 episode|
|1974||Intimate Strangers||Dr. Jenni Bowers||1 episode|
|1977||ITV Playhouse||Aunt Marie||1 episode|
|1987||Inspector Morse||Miss Tree||1 episode|
|1987–1990||Howards' Way||Vanessa Rolfe||28 episodes, final screen role|
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