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Avis Bunnage Net Worth, Biography, Age, Weight, Height

Avis Bunnage Net Worth

Avis Bunnage made money by Actors niche. For all time, at the moment, 2016 year, Avis Bunnage earned $86 Million. Exact sum is $86000000.


Short biography, height, weight, dates:

Birth date: April 22, 1923, Ardwick, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Death date: October 4, 1990, Thorpe Bay, United Kingdom
Birth place: Ardwick, Manchester, England, UK
Height:5 2 (1.57 m)
Profession: Actress
TV shows: In Loving Memory, Anne of Green Gables


Avis Bunnage Net Worth
Avis Bunnage Net Worth


Wikipedia Source: Avis Bunnage
Avis Bunnage was an English actress of film, stage and television. She attended Manley Park Municipal School and Chorlton Central School in Manchester. She worked as a secretary and a nursery teacher before deciding to become an actress. She gained stage experience in rep and made her first professional appearance at Chorlton Rep Theatre in Manchester in 1947. Most notably, she appeared as Veronica, the wife of Rigsby, in Rising Damp, for one episode, and as Amy Jenkinson, Ivy Unsworths friend, in 11 episodes of In Loving Memory. Bunnage was a member of Joan Littlewoods Theatre Workshop company at the Theatre Royal Stratford East. There she created the role of Helen, the mother in A Taste of Honey, her first West End role when the play transferred to Wyndhams Theatre, and also a role in Oh, What a Lovely War! at Stratford East, which also transferred to Wyndhams Theatre. When Avis was on holiday from this production for two weeks, her role was taken over by Danny La Rue. Among her other roles for Theatre Workshop were Mrs. Lovitt in Christopher Bonds play Sweeney Todd, and the title role in a play about the music hall legend Marie Lloyd. In the early years of Coronation Street she played Lucile Hewitts auntie. She was in the musical Billy at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, playing the mother of Billy Liar. She played Golda in Fiddler on the Roof, opposite Alfie Bass, at Her Majestys Theatre in London.