Which roles are played by Catherine Willmer | Characters played by Catherine Willmer

Catherine Willmer has played the role of Mrs. Fuller in A Farthing Damages TV Film released in 1959.

Senior Factory Woman in An Inspector Calls Film released in 1954.

Dr. Houston in Britannia Hospital Film released in 1982.

Aunt Boo in Conscience Bay Film released in 1960.

Miss Stewart in Game for Three Losers Film released in 1965.

Sister Renata in In This House of Brede TV Film released in 1975.

Waitress in Look Back in Anger Film released in 1959.

Louise Peters in Madhouse Film released in 1974.

Petite Lady in March or Die Film released in 1977.

Dr. Houston in O Lucky Man! Film released in 1973.

Catherine Max/Lady Catherine Brockhurst in The Boy Friend Film released in 1971.

Sister Catherine in The Devils Film released in 1971.

Dr. Grogan's Housekeeper in The French Lieutenant's Woman Film released in 1981.

Mrs. Doreau in The Hiding Place Film released in 1975.

Mrs. Carruthers in The Stud Film released in 1974.

Upton Barmaid in Tom Jones Film released in 1963.

Mrs. Crich in Women in Love Film released in 1969.

Kathy Moran in Dixon of Dock Green TV Series released in 1955.

Mrs. Pellow in ITV Play of the Week TV Series released in 1955.

Mrs. Welch in ITV Play of the Week TV Series released in 1955.

Miss Rough in ITV Television Playhouse TV Series released in 1955.

Gwendoline Ambient in Nouvelles de Henry James TV Series released in 1974.

Katya in Second City Firsts TV Series released in 1973.

Miss Stewart in The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre TV Series released in 1960.

Molly Deever in The Flaxton Boys TV Series released in 1969.

Madame Helena in Who-Dun-It TV Series released in 1969.

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