Denise Coffey also appeared in another Bonzos-related project, the 1980 UK feature film of Vivian Stanshall's "Sir Henry at Rawlinson End". She plays Mrs. E, a housekeeper who is obsessed with tapeworms. Stanshall plays Hubert Rawlinson, and Trevor Howard plays Sir Henry.
Actually,( in way), I meant I really don't have much of an American frame of reference for her (sadly?)..The Pythons are well known, I've seen David Jason in a few UK series shown on US TV, and she's in the movie "Percy" which I didn't see until about 5 years ago!...John
That's reminded me I lent a DVD of "Do Not Adjust Your Set" to my daughter because of the pre-Python Pythons appearing in it - and I haven't had it back yet. Grrrr..
"I don't know who Denise Coffey is, she didn't cross the Atlantic, unlike her co-stars"
While I don't treat Wikipedia as the fount of all knowledge, it does suggest that Denise Coffey did cross the Atlantic, only a bit further north and in a less public way than her ertswhile colleagues - to take up residence in Canada.
Oh I do like Statue, the arrangement, even when it gets silly, and an almost Edwardian sentiment about an earlier fashion in statues. Thanks Sid. But then, I also loved Mickey's Son and Daughter ("the stork has brought a" - what were we saying the other day about 'worst rhymes'?)