Barbara Ferris

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Barbara Gillian Ferris (born in London on 27 July 1942) is an English actress and former fashion model.

She appeared in a number of films and productions for television and is possibly best remembered as Dinah, the young woman who eloped with Dave Clark in the 1965 film Catch Us If You Can. Her other roles were as diverse as the female lead in Edward Bond's controversial play Saved (1965) and a vicar's wife in the television comedy series All in Good Faith in the mid-1980s.

Screen roles of the 1960s

<!-- Deleted image removed: -->Barbara Ferris made her earliest television appearances in her teens. In 1961 she played the part of barmaid Nona Willis in Granada’s twice-weekly serial Coronation Street and appeared also in episodes of The Cheaters (1962) and Zero One (starring Nigel Patrick, 1963).


Ferris's films included See generally Halliwell's Film Guide (7th ed, 1989) the drama Term of Trial (1962) starring Laurence Olivier, A Pair of Briefs (1962), a romantic comedy set around the Inns of Court; Children of the Damned (1964), starring Ian Hendry, in which a group of children brought to London by UNESCO turned out to be humans advanced by a million years; Michael Winner's The System (1964),Released in America as The Girl Getters in 1966: see Time, 29 August 1966. with Oliver Reed and Julia Foster, an early "Swinging London"-style sex comedy about young loafers at a seaside resort; Catch Us If You......
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