Francoise Pascal


Françoise Pascal (born 14 October 1949) is an actress/model who is best known for her comedy role in the British sitcom Mind Your Language (1977–79). Her first taste of showbiz came when she was dancing on Top of the Pops in the 60s. Her first film was 'Loving Feeling' (1968), a film by Bashoo Sen. Whilst she was having lunch with her then partner Richard Johnson at the White Elephant in Mayfair. Kirk Douglas spotted her and offered her the lead role in 'Skallawag' but she turned it down to do a Jean Rollin film 'The Iron Rose' (1973). Her breakthrough role was playing Paola in There's a Girl in My Soup (1970) with Peter Sellers. Francoise's first television work came in October 1971 with a role in Coronation Street, playing Ray Langton's friend. Then came two roles in BBC's Play of the Month anthology strand Tennessee Williams' Summer & Smoke (1972) with Lee Remick and The Adventures of Don Quixote (1973) with Rex Harrison.


"La rose de fer"

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"Burke and Hare"

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"Burke and Hare"

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