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Sheila F Steafel (CORBETT)
1935-> 2012

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1958
Harry (h) Corbett
1925-1982


Household of Sheila F Steafel (CORBETT)

She is married to Harry (h) Corbett on October 10, 1958 at Marylebone, Vol 5d, P, she was 23 years old.

CHAN: NOTE 13:25

The couple were divorced on August 1964.


Notes by Sheila F Steafel (CORBETT)

Sheila Steafel Biography (1935-)

Surname rhymes with "Steeple"; born May 26, 1935; daughter of Harold (a singer, inventor, engineer, and harp maker) and Eda (a pianist; maiden name, Cohen) Steafel; married Harry H. Corbett, October 10, 1958 (divorced, August, 1964). Addresses: AGENT--Ken McReddie, 91 Regent Street, London, W1.

Nationality

American

Famous Works

Credits; STAGE APPEARANCES

STAGE DEBUT--Players Theatre, London.

Ensemble, Splits on the Infinitive (revue), Hampstead Theatre Club, London, 1965.

ensemble, Anyone for England? (revue), Lyric Hammersmith Theatre, London,1965.

Olga, The Three Sisters, Leicester Repertory Theatre, Leicester, U.K., 1970.

Magda, Jump, Queen's Theatre, London, 1971.

Lady Margery Panton, You'll Never Be Michelangelo, Hampstead Theatre Club, 1976.

Timothy's mother, Heloise, Asphynxia, and Marguerite, Salad Days, WindsorTheatre, then Duke of York's Theatre, both London, 1976.

Enid Blyton, Balmoral, Guildford, U.K., 1978.

Harpo Marx, A Day in Hollywood, A Night in the Ukraine, New End Theatre,then May Fair Theatre, both London, 1979.

The Late Sheila Steafel (one-woman show), New End Theatre, then EdinburghFestival, Scotland, both 1981.

Steafel Solo (one-woman show), King's Head Theatre, London, 1981-82, thenAdelaide Festival, Australia, 1982.

Steafel Revisited (one-woman show), Edinburgh Festival, 1982.

Steafel Variations (one-woman show), Apollo Theatre, London, 1982.

Steafel Lately (one-woman show), Edinburgh Festival, 1983.

the Witch, Hansel and Gretel (opera), Bloomsbury Theatre, London, 1983.

Steafel Express (one-woman show), Ambassadors' Theatre, London, 1985.

Mistress Quickly, Merry Wives of Windsor, Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC), Barbican Theatre, London, 1986 and 1987.

Also appeared in The Guardsman, Watford Theatre, 1969; Billy Liar, London, 1960; Headful of Crocodiles and Man with the Iron Chest, both Armchair Theatre, 1965; How the Other Half Loves, Leicester Repertory Theatre, 1970; Who'sWho?, Coventry Repertory Theatre, Coventry, U.K., 1971; How the Other Half Loves, Lyric Theatre, London, then Alexandra Theatre, Toronto, ON, Canada, both 1972; Old Times, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, Bristol, U.K., 1974; Old Time Music Hall, Players Theatre, London, 1974; Twelfth Night, and The Duenna, both Young Vic Theatre, London, 1983; Adrian Mole, Leicester Theatre, 1984; Starbreakers, 1984; Merry Wives of Windsor and Candle Bearer, both RSC, Stratford-on-Avon, U.K., 1985; Facade (opera), London Mozart Players, 1986; Ivanov and Much Ado About Nothing, Strand Theatre, London, 1989; and in repertory in Lincoln, Hunstanton, and Blackpool, U.K., 1956-59.

Credits; MAJOR TOURS

Landscape with Figures, U.K. cities, 1958.

Milk and Honey, U.K. cities, 1959.

Jump, U.K. cities, 1971.

No Room for Sex, U.K. cities, 1975.

Credits; FILM APPEARANCES

Isolde, Just Like a Woman, Monarch, 1967.

journalist, Five Million Years to Earth (also known as Quatermass and thePit), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1968.

Tessa Pearson, Baby Love, AVCO-Embassy, 1969.

Tilly, Goodbye Mr. Chips, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), 1969.

ground stewardess, Otley, Columbia, 1969.

Tania, Tropic of Cancer, Paramount, 1970.

Sheila Wilcott, Some Will, Some Won't, Williams and Pritchard, 1970.

woman in elevator, Catch Me a Spy, Rank, 1971.

Latimer, Melody (also known as S.W.A.L.K.), Levitt-Pickman, 1971.

Mrs. Gold, Percy, MGM, 1971.

control operator, Digby, the Biggest Dog in the World, Cinerama, 1974.

Dr. Pitt, What's Up Superdoc, Entertainment Film Distributors, 1978.

Sheila Finch, Bloodbath atthe House of Death, EMI, 1984.

Also appeared in The Waiting Room, 1976; as voice of Maisie and Marlon, The Perishers (animated), 1978; and in Towers of Babel (short film), 1981.

Credits; TELEVISION APPEARANCES; SERIES

TELEVISION DEBUT--Kipps, Granada, 1964.

Miss Pennypacker, Justin Thyme, BBC, 1964.

White Lady, Ghosts ofMotley Hall, Granada, 1975-78.

Miranda, You Must Be the Husband, BBC, 1987.

Also It's Dark Outside, Granada, 1965; The Frost Report, 1966; Illustrated Weekly Hudd, BBC, 1968; Horne a Plenty, ABC (U.K.), 1968; Beachcomber, BBC,1969; How's Your Father?, Granada, 1974; Popsy Wopsy, Emmaline, and other roles, Good Old Days, 1975-78 and 1981;Q 7, 1978 and 1981; Can WeGet On Now Please?, Granada, 1980; Bluebirds, BBC, 1989.

MINI-SERIES Carrie, Diary of a Nobody, BBC-2, 1978.

Credits; EPISODIC

Title role, "The FabulousFrump," Wednesday Play, BBC, 1969.

Also Frankie Howerd Show, BBC, 1968; The Dickie Henderson Show, ATV, 1968; The Beryl Reid Show, 1978; The Leslie Crowther Show, 1978; wicked televisiondirector, Jackanory Playhouse, 1980; Rainbow, 1980; Give Us a Clue (game show), 1980; 321, Yorkshire Television, 1980 and 1981; "Supergran," Jackanory Playhouse, 1981; Live on Two, Granada, 1981; Punchlines (game show for Weekend), 1981 and 1983; The Kenny Everett Show, 1982; Call My Bluff, 1982 and 1983;Celebrity Squares, 1983; miserable mum, Z-Cars, BBC; De Maupassant Stories,Granada.

Credits; SPECIALS

Cowboys, Thames, 1980.

Also Good Old Days Jubilee Program, 1977; The Frankie Howerd Special, 1980; Sheila (one-woman show), Channel Four, 1982; Also appeared in The Sebrof Story, ABC, 1973; Go for Gold, BBC, 1973; Second Time Around, BBC, 1974; Let'sMake a Musical: History of Mr. Polly, 1977; Quiz Kids, ATV, 1978; In LovingMemory, Yorkshire Television, 1979; Honky Tonk Heroes, 1979; as Joan, Time and the Conways, Granada; Bicycle, The Liars, Granada; in The Way of All Flesh,Granada; Whoopee Cushion, BBC; Troubleshooters, ATV; A Fat Woman's Tale, Granada; and Close Prisoner.

Credits; RADIO APPEARANCES; SERIES

Week Ending, Radio 4, 1977.

Jason Explanation, Radio 4, 1978 and 1980.

Also My Sainted Aunt, 1978.

Credits; SPECIALS

Steafel Plus, Radio 4, 1982.

Steafel with an S., 1984.

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