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Connie Booth

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Constance "Connie" Booth (born 2 December 1940) is an American writer and actress, known for appearances on British television and particularly for her portrayal of Polly Sherman in the popular 1970s television show Fawlty Towers, which she co-wrote with her then husband John Cleese. Description above from the Wikipedia article Connie Booth, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Dec 2, 1940 In Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie How to Irritate People 1969-01-21
Latest Project:
Movie Fawlty Towers Revisited 2005-12-01
Known For
Poster of The Deadly Game
Poster of The Glittering Prizes
Poster of Monty Python's Fliegender Zirkus
Poster of Play for Today
Movie Fawlty Towers Revisited Herself 2005-12-01
Movie Remember the Secret Policeman's Ball? Herself 2004-11-15
Movie Faith Pat Harbinson 1994-09-07
Movie Leon The Pig Farmer Yvonne Chadwick 1993-02-26
Movie American Friends Caroline Hartley 1991-03-22
Movie Hawks Nurse Javis 1988-08-05
Movie 84 Charing Cross Road The Lady from Delaware 1987-02-13
Movie The Hound of the Baskervilles Laura Lyons 1983-11-03
Movie The Deadly Game Helen Trapp 1982-07-22
Series Bergerac Unknown 1981-10-18
Movie Why Didn't They Ask Evans? Sylva Bassington-ffrench 1980-03-30
Movie Little Lord Fauntleroy Mrs. Errol 1980-11-25
Movie Spaghetti Two-Step 1977-02-27
Movie The Strange Case of the End of Civilization as We Know It Mrs. Hudson / Francine Moriarty 1977-09-18
Series The Glittering Prizes Unknown 1976-01-21
Movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail The Witch 1975-03-13
Series Fawlty Towers Polly Sherman 1975-09-19
Movie Romance with a Double Bass Princess Costanza 1974-01-01
Series Monty Python's Fliegender Zirkus Unknown 1972-01-03
Movie And Now for Something Completely Different Best Girl 1971-09-28
Series Play for Today Unknown 1970-10-15
Movie How to Irritate People Various 1969-01-21
Series Monty Python's Flying Circus 1969-10-05