Elisabeth Fraser Ŕ nata a Southwark in un quartiere sud di Londra il 14 agosto del 1930 come Elisabeth J. Winch.
Prese il nome di Elisabeth Fraser nella serie televisiva Dixon of Dock Green girata nel biennio 1957-1958 ma riprese il suo vero nome quando gir˛ il suo primo film del 1959 Alive and Kicking.
Liz ha lavorato alternativamente per il cinema e per la televisione, ha partecipato ad oltre 60 film e recita ancora oggi nonostante gli 80 anni passati.
Sposata due volte, Liz, che Ŕ una eccellente bridgista, Ŕ anche stata una campionessa di bowling e nelle sue memorie ricorda una relazione con il campione inglese Tony Priday.
Liz Ŕ scomparsa a Londra il 6 settembre del 2018.
Liz Fraser was born in London in 1933. Her birth name was Elizabeth Winch, a name that she was to later use in the film Alive And Kicking (1959). She has also been credited as Elizabeth Fraser in some early TV appearances such as Dixon of Dock Green (1957-58).
Liz Fraser made her name as an actress by playing vacuous, gum-chewing, "dumb blondes". Early in her career, she was part of Tony Hancock's TV series, appearing in 7 TV episodes of Hancock's Half Hour in 1959, and on film with Sid James in Desert Mice (1959) and Double Bunk (1961). At this time she also played opposite Peter Sellers in two films - as his daughter Cynthia in I'm All Right Jack (1959) and as his girl friend Ethel in Two Way Stretch (1960).
Along with her 52 films, Liz has seven West End plays to her credit, ranging from George Bernard Shaw's Too Good To Be True to Alfie.
Married two times, not only Liz is a fine bridge player, she has been also a ladies' bowls champion at the famous Hurlingham club.
In her autobiography she mentions also an affair with Tony Priday, captain of the England bridge team and bridge correspondent for the Sunday Telegraph.
Liz disappeared in London 2018, 6 September.
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