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Ann Davies (actress)

Ann Davies
Born (1934-11-25) 25 November 1934
London, England
Occupation Actress
Spouse(s) Richard Briers (1956–2013) (his death)

Ann Cuerton Davies (born 25 November 1934, London) is an English actress. She was the wife of actor Richard Briers until his death in February 2013, and the mother of actress Lucy Briers and Katie Briers. She also acted with Briers in the films Peter's Friends (1992) and In the Bleak Midwinter (1995).

One of her earliest television appearances was as the character Jenny in the BBC series Doctor Who in the story entitled The Dalek Invasion of Earth. In 2003 Davies appeared in an episode of the series Doctors as the character Annette Ludlow.

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