Patricia Sanders

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Patricia Sanders (19** - 2005) was a British-born South African actress, well known for her starring role as Mother Edith Anderson in the sitcom Madam and Eve, from 2001 until her death in 2005.

Performed in Strindberg Without Tears, Deathtrap (as “Helga ten Dorp” for Pieter Toerien), Adam Leslie’s Music Hall Review, Present Laughter (as “Monica” with PACT), 10 Little Indians (as “Emily Brent” for Pieter Toerien). (SACD 1973) (SACD 1974) (SACD 1979/80) (SACD 1980/81)

She starred in Uproar in the House which was staged at The Academy Theatre of Laughter in July 1967. It also starred Rex Garner, Gordon Mulholland, Hal Orlandini and Kenneth Baker. She starred in The Academy’s production of Birds of Paradise directed by Michael Pertwee together with George Korelin, Melody O’Brian and Rex Garner in 1974. She starred in Rex Garner’s production of a musical version of Not Now Darling called Once More, Darling with Erica Rogers, Derek Royle and David Morton for the Academy in 1977. She starred in A.R.Gurney Jr’s The Dining Room together with Amanda Strydom, Ralph Lawson and Gordon Mulholland with direction by Bobby Heaney at the Baxter Theatre circa 1983 and the Alhambra Theatre in 1983. Miss Skillon in See How They Run, 1988. She starred in Move Over Mrs Markham at the Alhambra Theatre in 1990. She starred in Nicholas Ellenbogen’s Nick goes Native at the Amphitheatre in 1992.

Nominee 1991 Sanders, Pat in Alibi (Margaret Inglis Award for best actress in a supporting role in English);


Tucker, 1997

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