Cheryl Kennedy (born 29 April 1947) is an English actress.
She was born in Enfield, Middlesex, educated at a convent, and first appeared at the age of 15, at Stratford East Theatre Workshop in What a Crazy World. She enjoyed success as a stage actress, notably in West End musicals such as the 1967 revival of The Boy Friend. Other West End Thetare credits included 'Victoria' in Half a Sixpence where she starred alongside Tommy Steele at the Cambridge Theatre, 'Winnie' in The Matchgirls, 'Belinda' in Jorrocks at the New Theatre, Alan Ayckbourn's Absent Friends at the Garrick Theatre. During the 1970s, she appeared in several British films, including the Lust segment of The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins (1971) and as Jo Mason in the Dick Emery film Ooh You Are Awful (1972). Television credits include Harry Kari and Sally, When the Bough Breaks, The Strauss Family, The Sweeney, Its a Lovely Day Tomorrow and Time and Time Again both for ATV. For ITV she was in an episode of the series The Professionals. In 1973, she married actor Tom Courtenay, but they later divorced. She continues to appear occasionally on television, but mainly works as a theatre director and drama teacher.
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