Elizabeth Estensen Biography

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FULL NAME: ELIZABETH ESTENSEN
CHARACTER/S IN T-BAG:
Tallulah Bag
Queen Tallulah Of The Nile (Turn On To T-Bag Ep5)
EPISODES APPEARED IN:
52 Episodes (5 Series & 2 Christmas Specials)

BIRTH DATE: 10th August 1949
BIRTH PLACE: Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, England, UK
STAR SIGN: Leo

John, Paul, George, Ringo and Bert

John, Paul, George,
Ringo and Bert (1974)

The Liver Birds

The Liver Birds

Before Elizabeth’s TV debut she appeared in numerous stage plays including When The Reds (1973) and as Alice in the Beatles inspired John, Paul, George, Ringo & Bert in 1974. It was a performance in this that lead to her TV break when Nerys Hughes saw the play and suggested Elizabeth as a possible replacement for Polly James in The Liver Birds.

Elizabeth Estensen television debut was in series five of The Liver Birds in 1975 at the age of 25. Elizabeth was playing Carol Boswell, Sandra's (Nerys Hughes) new flatmate. Elizabeth appeared in five series of the Liver Birds (series five to nine) to the programme's end.

During the late 1970's Elizabeth had other roles such as Children (1976), Within These Walls (1976) and the BBC Play for Today: Our Day Out (1978).

When The Liver Birds ended Elizabeth made appearances in episodes of children's programmes You and Me (1979), The Basil Brush Show (1979) and The Adventure Game (1980).

At the start of the 1980's Elizabeth made appearances in The Cannon & Ball Show (1980), BBC2 Playhouse: Elizabeth Alone (1981) and The Theatre Quiz (1981).

Wendy Wooley in Danger Marmalade At Work

As Wendy Wooley
Danger Marmalade At Work (1984)

Elizabeth Estensen appeared as the dotty Social Worker Wendy Wooley in the Thames Television children’s series Danger Marmalade at Work (1984), the sequel series of Educating Marmalade.

Following her appearance in Danger Marmalade at Work Elizabeth was cast in the new Thames Television children's series Wonders In Letterland (later to be renamed Trouble with T-Bag) in the lead role of T-Bag.

Elizabeth played the role of T-Bag over the course of five series and two Christmas specials and throughout she played Tallulah Bag's myriad of traits by being vain, crazy, idiotic, funny, witty, pompous, subtle, grand, vulnerable, sarcastic, scary, sophisticated, bad-tempered, greedy, mad and a lot more besides. With each series of T-Bag the ratings grew and each year the series was recommissioned by Thames Television.

Sadly after recording of T-Bag and the Revenge of the T. Set (1989), Elizabeth decided to leave the eponymous role and the future of the series was uncertain but due to the high ratings over her five years in the role the series would continue with a new actress in the leading role. The following four series would star the cult actress Georgina Hale as Tallulah’s sister Tabatha Bag.

The School For Scandal

The School For Scandal (1996)

Cardiff East

Cardiff East (1997)

Elizabeth then appeared in the final series of BBC Comedy Life Without George (1989) as the pregnant Amanda.

Elizabeth then appeared in the BBC Children’s series Happy Families (1989 - 1990) based on the books by Allan Ahlberg as numerous characters but remembered mostly for her portrayal of the bungling baddy Mrs Clara Creep (Mr Creep the Crook‘s Wife).

Elizabeth would continue to appear in a number of other series written by Lee Pressman and Grant Cathro such as Mike & Angelo (1995 - 2000), the children’s sci-fi series Delta Wave (1995) and Polterguests (1999).

Throughout the 1980's and 1990's Elizabeth made several appearances on the stage including Don Juan as Charlotte (7 Apr 1981); Cavalcade as Ellen Bridges (1 May-29 June 1985); Shirley Valentine; The School For Scandal as Mrs Candour (17 Apr-29 Jun 1996); Cardiff East (1997) and Hushabye Mountain as Beryl (3 Feb-15 May 1999).

The Upper Hand

The Upper Hand (1993)

A Touch Of Frost

A Touch Of Frost (1995)

As well as Elizabeth’s many stage and screen roles she has made many guest appearances in highly acclaimed TV series such as Casualty (1993), Cracker (1995), A Touch of Frost (1995), The Upper Hand (1993) and Last Of The Summer Wine (1997).

Alongside many of her comedy and Children's TV roles Elizabeth took roles from TV adaptations of classic novels such as her role of Mrs Coggan in Thomas Hardy's Far From The Madding Crowd (1998).

Elizabeth appeared in the TV pilot It Must Be Love (1996) where she starred alongside former T-Bag co-star Kellie Bright) but this was not commissioned for a series.

In 1996 Elizabeth started her soap career after starring in several episodes between 1996 and 1998 in the ITV soap Coronation Street as Pam Middleton (Mother of hairdresser Fiona Middleton played by Angela Griffin). Following Coronation Street Elizabeth began appearing in ITV soap Emmerdale from 1999 as the Pub Landlady Diane Blackstock.

Emmerdale

Emmerdale

Coronation Street Coronation Street

Coronation Street

In both 2001 and 2002 Elizabeth was nominated for the Best Actress award at The British Soap Awards for her performance in Emmerdale but never made the shortlist of four nominees at the award ceremony.

Also in 2002 (11th July) the Queen visited the set of Emmerdale (as part of her Golden Jubilee Tour) to see the village Post Office explode (which was screened later in 2002).

After her character's Diane’s spell in a jail cell (9th July 2003) her character, when offered a brandy, replied with the apt ‘I’d rather have a nice cup of tea’!

Emmerdale

Emmerdale

2003 would mark the start of a period of Elizabeth looking back on her career for several different programmes. On the 3rd January 2003 Elizabeth appeared on the CiTV Birthday Bash programme to commemorate CiTV’s 20th Birthday to talk about T-Bag. In 2005 Elizabeth would talk about her time on Emmerdale in The Sugden Family Album.

This Morning

This Morning (2006)

In January 2006 Elizabeth's career was chronicled by This Morning in their 'Soap Icons' section which included Elizabeth talking about her career in The Liver Birds, T-Bag, Coronation Street and Emmerdale.

In 2007 Elizabeth attended the T-Bag reunion DVD filming by Fantom Films to talk about her time on the T-Bag series.

Elizabeth looked further back on her career when, in 2008, she was interviewed about The Liver Birds for the BBC programme Comedy Connections.

In 2010 Elizabeth recorded the commentaries for the T-Bag DVDs of Wonders in Letterland and T-Bag Strikes Again, both of which are available to buy now.

Whilst appearing in Emmerdale Elizabeth made several appearances on daytime TV programmes such as This Morning, GMTV and Loose Women to promote current storylines in the soap that she was involved with including Diane's cancer storyline, her marriage to Jack Sugden and the appearance of the singer Tony Christie as an old friend.

In 2009 at The British Soap Awards Elizabeth gave a moving speech in rememberance of her Emmerdale co-star Clive Hornby who played her Husband Jack Sugden who passed away the previous year.

Elizabeth Estensen continues to star in Emmerdale (ITV) as Diane Sugden.


Elizabeth Estensen (2005)

Elizabeth Estensen (2005)

There is a board dedicated to Elizabeth Estensen on The T-Bag Forum!
The information on this page is from these following resources:
General Details:
The T-Room A T-Bag Website.
Elizabeth Estensen (The Internet Movie Database)
Elizabeth Estensen (TV.com)
Elizabeth Estensen (TVRage.com)
Elizabeth Estensen (Wikipedia)
The Actors Compendium (Aveleyman.com)
Specific Programme Details:
Cardiff East by Peter Gill (1997) One image is from here, many thanks for the image.
Corrie.net Elizabeth Estensen Profile image and dates from here.
emmerdale.org Diane Blackstock Profile
and from my knowledge.
Elizabeth Estensen - Emmerdale Autograph

If you have any images of Elizabeth Estensen or any further information on appearances (if you can fill in the ? details below) etc or if you would like to remove these images here (if they are yours) please e-mail me to tell me.


1970's
1975
The Liver Birds
TV Series | Main cast (36 Episodes)
(1975 - 1979)
As: Carol Boswell
It Takes All Kinds (#5.1, 05/09/1975)
Look After the Children... (#5.2, 12/09/1975)
You've Got to Laugh... (#5.3, 19/09/1975)
Love Is a Many Stupid Thing (#5.4, 26/09/1975)
Dinner for Three (#5.5, 03/10/1975)
The Lily and the Dandelion (#5.6, 10/10/1975)
Everybody Is Beautiful (#5.7, 17/10/1975)
Special: In Every Street (#5.8, 23/12/1975)
Facing Up to Life (#6.1, 13/02/1976)
The Maypole (#6.2, 20/02/1976)
Honey (#6.3, 27/02/1976)
The Never-Ending End (#6.4, 05/03/1976)
Badgers and Otters (#6.5, 12/03/1976)
Friends and Lovers (#7.1, 17/10/1976)
She Dreams a Lot (#7.2, 24/10/1976)
A Mark on the World (#7.3, 31/10/1976)
Love 'Em: And Almost Leave 'Em (#7.4, 07/11/1976)
Oh, the Shame of It (#7.5, 14/11/1976)
Cry Please (#7.6, 21/11/1976)
The Nearly Hat (#7.7, 28/11/1976)
Yellow and Green Make Blue (#7.8, 05/12/1976)
Special: It Insists on Coming Once a Year (#7.9, 22/12/1976)
Something Beginning (#8.1, 23/09/1977)
The Flower-Picker (#8.2, 30/09/1977)
You've No Idea What I've Been Through (#8.3, 07/10/1977)
God Bless Us and Save Us (#8.4, 14/10/1977)
They Decide Up There What Goes on Down Here (#8.5, 21/10/1977)
The Edge (#8.6, 28/10/1977)
The Struggle (#8.7, 04/11/1977)
Special: Open Your Eyes... and It Still Hasn't Gone (#8.8, 23/12/1977)
There's No Place Like Away from Home (#9.1, 24/11/1978)
The Sixth Day (#9.2, 01/12/1978)
Various Kinds of Old (#9.3, 08/12/1978)
Weeds (#9.4, 15/12/1978)
Somewhere to Live... Somewhere to Love (#9.5, 29/12/1978)
The Best Things in Life Are Not Free (#9.6, 05/01/1979)

1976
The Terence Davies Trilogy: Children
Short Film | Main cast
(1976)
As: Nurse

Within These Walls
TV Series | Guest cast (1 Episode)
(2.10.1976)
As: Lorna Rogers
K Block (#4.5, 04/04/1985)

1978
Play for Today
TV Film | Main cast (1 Episode)
(07.02.1978)
As: Susan
Our Day Out (#8.16, 07/02/1978)

1979
You and Me
TV | Appearance (1 Episode)
(19.01.1979)
As: Herself (presenter)
Dad will fix it (19/01/1979)

The Basil Brush Show
Kids TV Series | Appearance (1 Episode)
(24.11.1979)
As: Herself
Untitled Episode (24/11/1979)

1980's
1980
The Cannon & Ball Show
TV | Appearance (1 Episode)
(02.05.1980)
As: Herself
Untitled Episode (#2.3, 02/05/1980)

The Adventure Game
Kids TV Series | Appearance (1 Episode)
(24.05.1980)
As: Herself
Untitled Episode (#1.1, 24/05/1980)

1981
BBC2 Playhouse
TV | Main cast (3 Episodes)
(03.04.1981, 10.04.1981 & 17.04.1981)
As: Sylvie Clapper
Elizabeth Alone: Part 1 (#7.20, 03/04/1981)
Elizabeth Alone: Part 2 (#7.21, 03/04/1981)
Elizabeth Alone: Part 3 (#7.22, 03/04/1981)

The Theatre Quiz
TV | Appearance (1 Episode)
(30.06.1981)
As: Herself
Untitled Episode (#1.7, 30/06/1981)

1984
Danger: Marmalade At Work
Kids TV Series | Main cast (10 Episodes)
(20.02.1984 - 30.04.1984)
As: Wendy Wooley
Social Worker (#1.1, 20/02/1984)
Marmalade Bravo (#1.2, 27/02/1984)
007 1/2 (#1.3, 05/03/1984)
Marmalade and Chef Robo (#1.4, 12/03/1984)
Private Marmalade (#1.5, 19/03/1984)
The Cruise of the Grotty Sark (#1.6, 26/03/1984)
Marmalade's Masterpiece (#1.7, 02/04/1984)
What the Butler Saw (#1.8, 09/04/1984)
Airplane Atkins (#1.9, 16/04/1984)
Shame (#1.10, 30/04/1984)

1985
Wonders In Letterland
Kids TV Series | Main cast (10 Episodes)
(4.4.1985 - 6.6.1985)
As: T-Bag (Tallulah)
Arrival In Letterland (#1.1, 04/04/1985)
Debbie In The Land Of B (#1.2, 11/04/1985)
Debbie In The Land Of S (#1.3, 18/04/1985)
Debbie In The Land Of I (#1.4, 25/04/1985)
Debbie In The Land Of P (#1.5, 02/05/1985)
Debbie In The Land Of R (#1.6, 09/05/1985)
Debbie In The Land Of V (#1.7, 16/05/1985)
Debbie In The Land Of O (#1.8, 23/05/1985)
Debbie In The Land Of E (#1.9, 30/05/1985)
Back To Square One (#1.10, 06/06/1985)

1986
T-Bag Strikes Again
Kids TV Series | Main cast (10 Episodes)
(27.8.1986 - 29.10.1986)
As: T-Bag (Tallulah)
The Town Clock (#1.1, 27/08/1986)
One, Two Buckle My Shoe (#1.2, 03/09/1986)
Ben And Bunty Badshot (#1.3, 10/09/1986)
Scrap Harry (#1.4, 17/09/1986)
Ali Barber (#1.5, 24/09/1986)
Dick Gherkin (#1.6, 01/10/1986)
Long John Sylvia (#1.7, 08/10/1986)
Professor Pockets (#1.8, 15/10/1986)
Charlie Chuckles (#1.9, 22/10/1986)
The Magic Garden (#1.10, 29/10/1986)

Children's ITV
CiTV Broadcast | Appearance (Multiple broadcasts)
(??.08.1986 - 23.1.1987 (Date not confirmed))
As: T-Bag (Tallulah)
?
1987
T-Bag Bounces Back
Kids TV Series | Main cast (10 Episodes)
(23.1.1987 - 27.3.1987)
As: T-Bag (Tallulah)
The Ousting Of Major Happy (#1.1, 23/01/1987)
Nights In Arabia (#1.2, 30/01/1987)
Ivan The Horrible (#1.3, 06/02/1987)
Black Hearted Belle (#1.4, 13/02/1987)
Bobby Jobsworth and The Temple Of Doom (#1.5, 20/02/1987)
Hi-Hat (#1.6, 27/02/1987)
Bell, Book and Candle (#1.7, 06/03/1987)
Max The Miller (#1.8, 13/03/1987)
Nikdit The Thief (#1.9, 20/03/1987)
Happy Ending (#1.10, 27/03/1987)

1988
Turn On To T-Bag
Kids TV Series | Main cast (10 Episodes)
(5.1.1988 - 8.3.1988)
As: T-Bag (Tallulah)
Sparkes (#1.1, 05/01/1988)
Gangsters (#1.2, 12/01/1988)
Yeti (#1.3, 19/01/1988)
Bubble Boy (#1.4, 26/01/1988)
Pyramids (#1.5, 02/02/1988)
Scrimp (#1.6, 09/02/1988)
The Two Musketeers (#1.7, 16/02/1988)
The African Queen (#1.8, 23/02/1988)
Doc Leaf (#1.9, 01/03/1988)
Turn On To T-Bag (#1.10, 08/03/1988)

T-Bag’s Christmas Cracker
Kids TV Special | Main cast
(27.12.1988)
As: T-Bag (Tallulah)

1989
T-Bag And The Revenge Of The T-Set
Kids TV Series | Main cast (10 episodes)
(3.1.1989-7.3.1989)
As: T-Bag (Tallulah)
The Stone Circle (#1.1, 03/01/1989)
When In Rome (#1.2, 10/01/1989)
Lost In Space (#1.3, 17/01/1989)
Turkish Delight (#1.4, 24/01/1989)
Hazel Knutt's Muesli Bar (#1.5, 31/01/1989)
Rock Star Baby (#1.6, 07/02/1989)
Anastasia (#1.7, 14/02/1989)
La Boheme (#1.8, 21/02/1989)
The Bard (#1.9, 28/02/1989)
The Ceremony (#1.10, 07/03/1989)

T-Bag’s Christmas Carol
Kids TV Special | Main cast
(26.12.1989)
As: T-Bag (Tallulah)

Life Without George
TV Series | Main cast (7 Episodes)
(23.3.1989 - 11.5.1989)
As: Amanda
Untitled Episode (#3.1, 23/03/1989)
Untitled Episode (#3.2, 30/03/1989)
Untitled Episode (#3.3, 06/04/1989)
Untitled Episode (#3.4, 13/04/1989)
Untitled Episode (#3.5, 20/04/1989)
Untitled Episode (#3.6, 27/04/1989)
Untitled Episode (#3.7, 04/05/1989)

Happy Families
Kids TV Series | Main cast (12 Episodes)
(1989 - 1990)
As: Mrs Clara Creep
Mrs Tick The Teacher
Mrs Cosmo
Miss Trump
Miss Blister
Mrs Cramp
Lady Customer
Mr Tick The Teacher: Part 1 (#1.3, 13/11/1989)
Mr Tick The Teacher: Part 2 (#1.4, 14/11/1989)
Mr Creep The Crook: Part 1 (#1.5, 20/11/1989)
Mr Creep The Crook: Part 2 (#1.6, 21/11/1989)
Master Bun the Baker's Boy: Part 2 (#1.8, 28/11/1989)
Mrs Plug The Plumber: Part 1 (#1.9, 04/12/1989)
Mrs Plug The Plumber: Part 2 (#1.10, 05/12/1989)
Mrs Lather's Laundry: Part 2 (#2.2, 13/11/1990)
Master Money The Millionaire: Part 1 (#2.7, 03/12/1990)
Master Money The Millionaire: Part 2 (#2.8, 04/12/1990)
Mr Biff The Boxer: Part 1 (#2.9, 10/12/1990)
Mr Biff The Boxer: Part 2 (#2.10, 11/12/1990)

1990's
1993
The Bill
TV Series | Guest cast (1 Episode)
(04.02.1993)
As: ?
No Thanks to You (#9.14, 04/02/1993)

Casualty
TV | Guest cast (1 Episode)
(6.2.1993)
As: ?
Family Matters (##7.21, 06/02/1993)

The Upper Hand
TV | Guest cast (1 Episode)
(16.9.1993)
As: Patsy
Misery (#5.2, 16/09/1993)

1995
Mike & Angelo
Kids TV Series | Guest cast (7 Episodes)
(1995 - 2000)
As: Mrs Daphne Fawkes-Bentley
It's a Dog's Life (#7.6, 09/02/1995)
The Antics Roadshow (#9.5, 06/02/1997)
Double Whammy (#10.5, 05/02/1998)
Cementing a Friendship (#11.1, 05/01/1999)
Flight of Fancy (#11.4, 26/01/1999)
Bargain Basement Birthday (#11.6, 09/02/1999)
Timeshare TV (#12.6, 08/02/2000)

A Touch Of Frost
TV | Guest cast (1 Episode)
(8.1.1995)
As: Susan Mackintosh
Appropriate Adults (#3.1, 08/01/1995)

Pie In The Sky
TV | Guest cast (1 Episode)
(12.3.1995)
As: Evelyn Wilkes
The Mystery Of Pikey (#2.9, 12/03/1995)

Cracker
TV | Guest cast (1 Episode)
(20.11.1995)
As: Rennie Wise
True Romance: Part 1 (#3.3, 20/11/1995)

1996
Delta Wave
Kids TV Series | Guest cast (2 Episodes)
(27.2.1996 - 6.3.1996)
As: Miss Gower
Something Fishy: Part 1 (#1.9, 28/02/1996)
Something Fishy: Part 2 (#1.10, 06/03/1996)

Coronation Street
TV Soap | Main cast (16 Episodes)
(15.3.1996 - 27.2.1998)
As: Pam Middleton
Episode dated 15 March 1996 (15/03/1996)
Episode dated 8 September 1997 (08/09/1997)
Episode dated 10 September 1997 (10/09/1997)
Episode dated 7 November 1997 (07/11/1997)
Episode dated 9 November 1997 (09/11/1997)
Episode dated 10 November 1997 (10/11/1997)
Episode dated 18 February 1998 (18/02/1998)
Episode dated 20 February 1998 (20/02/1998)
Episode dated 23 February 1998 (23/02/1998)
Episode dated 25 February 1998 (25/02/1998)
Episode dated 27 February 1998 (27/02/1998)
Episode dated 6 March 1998 (06/03/1998)
Episode dated 8 March 1998 (08/03/1998)
Episode dated 9 March 1998 (09/03/1998)
Episode dated 21 September 1998 (21/09/1998)
Episode dated 25 September 1998 (25/09/1998)

It Must Be Love
TV Special | Main cast
(26.11.1996)
As: Valerie

1997
Last Of The Summer Wine
TV Series | Guest cast (1 Episode)
(18.05.1997)
As: Educational Advisor
How to Create a Monster (#18.5, 18/05/1997)

1998
Far From The Madding Crowd
TV | Main cast
(06.07.1998 (UK)
10.05.1998 (USA))
As: Mrs Coggan

1999
Emmerdale
TV Soap | Main cast (Ongoing episodes)
(1999-Ongoing)
As: Diane Blackstock
Diane Sugden
Episode dated 21 March 2000 (21/03/2000)
Episode dated 31 August 2001 (31/08/2001)
Episode dated 18 September 2002 (18/09/2002)
Episode dated 1 June 2003 (01/06/2003)
Episode dated 10 August 2004 (10/08/2004)
Episode dated 22 September 2005 (2209/2005)
Episode dated 11 June 2006 (11/06/2006)
Episode dated 3 October 2007 (03/10/2007)
Episode dated 19 March 2008 (19/03/2008)
Episode dated 17 July 2009 (17/07/2009)
Episode dated 16 November 2010 (16/11/2010)
Episode dated 20 September 2011 (20/09/2011)
Episode dated 20 November 2012 (20/11/2012)
Episode dated 6 June 2013 (06/06/2013)
Episode dated 4 April 2014 (04/04/2014)
... and many other episodes between 1999 - present.

Wing and a Prayer
TV | (1 Episode)
(07.03.1999)
As: Mrs Hillary Campbell
Untitled Episode (#2.8, 07/03/1999)

Polterguests
TV | Guest cast (1 Episode)
(15.03.1999)
As: Mrs Swinton
Hee Haw Hotel (#1.2, 15/03/1999)

2000's
2001
In A Land Of Plenty
TV Drama | (5 Episodes)
(14.02.2001 - 14.03.2001)
As: Rachel
Untitled Episode (#1.6, 14/02/2001)
Untitled Episode (#1.7, 21/02/2001)
Untitled Episode (#1.8, 28/02/2001)
Untitled Episode (#1.9, 07/03/2001)
Untitled Episode (#1.10, 14/03/2001)

2002
Ant And Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway
TV Game Show | Appearance (1 Episode)
(1.3.2002)
As: Herself
Untitled Episode (#2.8, 01/03/2002)

Lily Savage's Blankety Blank
TV Game Show | Appearance (1 Episode)
(27.7.2002)
As: Herself
Untitled Episode (#16.10, 27/07/2002)

2003
CiTV Birthday Bash
Kids TV | Appearance (1 Episode)
(03.01.2003)
As: Herself

GMTV
Morning TV Show | Appearance (1 Episode)
(9.7.2003)
As: Herself
Untitled Episode (09/07/2003)

2004
GMTV
Morning TV Show | Appearance (1 Episode)
(19.8.2004)
As: Herself
Untitled Episode (19/08/2004)

The Good Soap Guide
TV Show | Appearance (1 Episode)
(22.8.2004)
As: Herself
Untitled Episode (#1.16, 22/08/2004)

2005
The British Soap Awards 2005
TV Awards Show | Appearance
(11.05.2005)
As: Herself

Emmerdale: The Sugden Family Album
TV Show | Appearance (1 Episode)
(6.6.2005)
As: Herself

GMTV
Morning TV Show | Appearance (1 Episode)
(23.8.2005)
As: Herself
Untitled Episode (23/08/2005)

This Morning
TV | Appearance (1 Episode)
(6.9.2005)
As: Herself
Untitled Episode (06/09/2005)

2006
This Morning
TV | Appearance (1 Episode)
(18.1.2006)
As: Herself
Untitled Episode (18/01/2006)
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Loose Women
TV Talk Show | Appearance (1 Episode)
(29.09.2006)
As: Herself
Untitled Episode (#10.10, 29/09/2006)

2007
T. Bag The Reunion Documentary
DVD Documentary | Appearance
(17.09.2007)
As: Herself

This Morning
TV | Appearance (1 Episode)
(15.10.2007)
As: Herself
Untitled Episode (15/10/2007)

2008
Comedy Connections
TV Show | Appearance (1 Episode)
(01.08.2008)
As: Herself
The Liver Birds (#6.3, 01/08/2008)

2009
The British Soap Awards 2009
TV Awards Show | Appearance
(13.05.2009)
As: Herself

2010's
2014
This Morning
TV | Appearance (1 Episode)
(20.02.2014)
As: Herself
Untitled Episode (20/02/2014)

Unknown Dates
WoolWorths Mother’s Day Commercial
TV Commercial | Main cast (1 advert)
(?)
As: ?