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Louie Ramsay - This Is Your Life
Louie Ramsay, actress and dancer, was surprised by Eamonn Andrews on the stage of the King’s Theatre in Edinburgh, where she was appearing in pantomime.
louie-ramsay 
september 2012 by tabardroad
Louie Ramsay
Louie Ramsay achieved widespread fame when she played Dora, the down-to-earth wife of Chief Inspector Wexford in the Ruth Rendell Mysteries on ITV.
louie-ramsay  obit  2011  feeds 
april 2011 by tabardroad
Wexford wife dies at Market Lavington (From The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald)
The funeral of actress Louie Ramsay, who has died at the age of 81, has been held up because her only son is in hospital. Mr Baker, nearly 80, is now in a frail condition at Market Lavington nursing home, where Ms Ramsay died.
louie-ramsay  george-baker  2011  news  feeds  obit 
march 2011 by tabardroad
Louie Ramsay - Telegraph
Louie Ramsay, who died on March 6 aged 81, was best known to television viewers as Dora, the spiky but down-to-earth wife of Chief Inspector Reg Wexford in the hugely popular Ruth Rendell Mysteries series on ITV.
louie-ramsay  news  feeds  2011  obit 
march 2011 by tabardroad
Louie Ramsay 1929 - 2011 obituary
Actor known for her role as Dora, the wife of Inspector Wexford in the popular TV series.
louie-ramsay  obit  2011  feeds  news  dora-wexford  inspector-wexford 
march 2011 by tabardroad
Veteran Devizes TV actor in hospital (From The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald)
Veteran Inspector Wexford star George Baker is halfway through a five-month stay in hospital following complications from a broken hip, sustained last March. Mr Baker, 78, went into hospital on October 15 and is not likely to be home until the end of February.
george-baker  louie-ramsay  feeds 
january 2010 by tabardroad
Lavington youth group boosted by actor's TV appearance
Veteran actor George Baker had to leave his hospital bed to take part in the filming of an episode of Celebrity Cash in the Attic at Aldridge’s saleroom in Devizes on Saturday.
george-baker  christopher-ravenscroft  events  bbc  louie-ramsay  cash-in-the-celebrity-attic 
march 2009 by tabardroad
Wiltshire actor empties his attic for TV show
George Baker and Christopher Ravenscroft are to appear on Cash in the Attic in a bid to raise money for West Lavington youth club. Items from George's attic will be auctioned at Henry Aldridge and Son's auction rooms in Devizes on 14 March, 2009.
george-baker  christopher-ravenscroft  bbc  television  events  auction  wiltshire  devizes  louie-ramsay  cash-in-the-celebrity-attic 
february 2009 by tabardroad
REUNITED: CHRISTS AND SATANS OF SPIRITUAL PAST
Fellow dramatists George Baker, Louie Ramsay (a former Virgin Mary), Timothy West and Prunella Scales were among the many medieval theatre enthusiasts.
george-baker  louie-ramsay  photos 
january 2008 by tabardroad
TV's George Baker Receives MBE From Queen
WEST Lavington based actor George Baker, best known as TV's Inspector Wexford, joined other celebrities at Buckingham Palace last week to receive his MBE from the Queen.
george-baker  louie-ramsay 
december 2007 by tabardroad
Lots of help for charity
Guests at the dinner auction are to be husband and wife acting team George Baker and Louie Ramsay, and the mayors of all five west Wiltshire towns are also expected to attend.
george-baker  louie-ramsay  charities  events 
june 2007 by tabardroad
Maureen Lipman, Walter Matthau and Helen Hayes on what it was like to work with Laurence Olivier
Maureen Lipman: I remember when Sir Larry climbed hundreds of steps at the Albany to say "well done" to three totally unknown actresses - Sarah Atkinson, Louie Ramsay and myself - for playing the telling roles of the three randy women in Tyger, Tyger...
louie-ramsay  comment 
may 2007 by tabardroad
The ME Association - MEA announces two new patrons
Louie Ramsay, daughter of the late Dr Melvin Ramsay – the infectious diseases physician who established ME as a distinct clinical entity following the outbreak of this illness at London's Royal Free Hospital back in 1955.
george-baker  louie-ramsay  charities 
april 2007 by tabardroad
Harmony Close
17th April 1957: Zack Matalon, Carole Raye, Louie Ramsay and Bernard Cribbins in musical 'Harmony Close' at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London. (Photo by Denis De Marney/Getty Images)
louie-ramsay  photos 
september 2006 by tabardroad
The Grand
The Grand was created by Russell T Davies and ran for two series during 1997/98.
louie-ramsay  television  shows  ITV 
april 2006 by tabardroad

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