Patricia Fuller



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Born: London



Played: Sandra Butler (1969 - 1970)

Patricia Fuller was born in London and was brought up in Switzerland, England, New York and Chile where she studied theatre. On her return to London she began working in stage, film and television as well as being a singer and song writer.

Patricia was a lead singer with the group A La Carte and recorded the hit single "When The Boys Come Home" with Hansa/Ariola. She joined Coronation Street as Sandra Butler in 1969 and remained with the series for two years playing alongside Gorden Kaye as brother Bernard and Pat Phoenix as her aunt Elsie Tanner. Patricia, who is now known as Patsy, also appeared in the 1972 thriller What Became of Jack and Jill alongside Paul Nicholas, George A Cooper and Vanessa Howard.

Patsy formed her own theatre company in Spain where she produced and directed Sam Shepard's Cowboy Mouth. She then started working in cabaret and formed an Anglo-Spanish group called Eurotica. She then performed various roles including Marilyn Monroe, Edith Piaf, Janis Joplin, Billie Holiday and Marlene Dietrich in a one woman show called Heartless Campaign Anonymous with toured Spain before moving to New York City.






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