The Dressing Room Doors
Clackett) makes a welcome return to the stage to create the role
of Mrs Clackett after playing Mrs Hackett, Britain's most famous
lollipop lady ('Ooh, I can't 'ardly 'old me lolly up!') in over
320 episodes of TV's ON THE ZEBRAS, Her many stage appearances
include her critically acclaimed portrayal of Fru Sackett, the
comic char in Strindberg's SCENES FROM THE CHARNELHOUSE. Her
first appearance ever? In a school production of HENRY IV PART I
-as the old bag-lady, Mrs Duckett.
BELINDA BLAIR (Flavla Brent)
has been on the stage since the age of four, when she made her
debut in SINBAD THE SAILOR at the old Croydon Hippodrome as one
of MISS Toni Tanner's Ten Tapping Tots. She subsequently danced
her way round this country, Southern Africa, and the Far East in
shows like ZIPPEDY-DOODA! and HERE COME LES GIRLS! More recently
she has been seen in such comedy hits as DON'T MR DUDDLE!, WHO'S
BEEN SLEEPING IN MY BED? , and TWICE TWO IS SEX. She is married
to scriptwriter Terry Wough, who has contributed lead-in
material to most of TV's chat shows. They have two sons and
LEJEUNE (Roger Tramplemain) while still at drama
school won the coveted Laetitia Daintyman Medal for Violence.
His television work includes POLICE!, CRIME SQUAD, SWAT,
FORENSIC, and THE NICK,but he is probably best-known as 'Cornetto',
the ice-cream salesman who stirs the hearts of all the lollipop
ladies in ON THE ZEBRAS.
MOWBRAY (Burglar) first 'trod the boards' at the age
of 12 playing Lucius in a touring production of JULIUS CAESAR,
with his father, the great Chelmsford Mowbray, in the lead.
Since then he has served in various local reps, and claims to
have appeared with every company to have toured Shakespeare in
the past half-century, working hls way up through the
Mustardseeds and the various Boys and Sons of, to the Balthazars,
Benvolios, and Le Beaus; then the Slenders, Lennoxes, Trinculos,
Snouts, and Froths; graduating to the Scroops, Poloniuses, and
Aguecheeks. His most recent film appearance was as Outraged
Pensioner in GREEN WILLIES.