This category houses both professional and fan pages devoted to the English stage, film and television actress Sheila Hancock.

Born 22 February 1933, in Blackgang, Isle of Wight, England, UK.

Television work includes 'Bleak House', 'Feather Boy' and 'The Buccaneers'.

Films include 'Hold Back the Night', 'Dangerous Lady' and 'Carry on Cleo'.

Awarded th OBE (Order of the British Empire) in 1974 for her services to drama.

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Guardian Unlimited: Sheila Hancock
Interview discussing life as a party-going widow.
IMDb: Sheila Hancock
Presents a full filmography, with biographical details, trivia, quotes and details of awards and nominations.
Meet the Author USA: Ramblings of an Actress
Video clip in which she introduces her second autobiographical work.
BBC News: Author of the year: Sheila Hancock
Streamed video interview discussing her book 'The Two of Us'. (April 21, 2005)
Telegraph: Now I Want to Make People Laugh
Interview in which she expounds upon the direction of her career following the publication of her memoirs. [Requires free registration] (January 11, 2005)
BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour: Sheila Hancock
Streaming audio interview on the subject of her published account of her marriage to fellow actor John Thaw. (October 04, 2004)
BBC NEWS: Sheila Hancock
Video interview examining stage fright and her role in 'The Arab Israeli Coockbook'. (May 01, 2004)
BBC News: Hancock Reveals 'Chasm' of Grief
Describes her reaction to the loss of her husband. (April 19, 2002)
Telegraph: Hancock Rewarded for Helping Out Backstage
Brief article describing her efforts to prevent the maltreatment of women working behind the scenes in theater. (September 12, 2000)
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