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Elizabeth Bennett

Elizabeth Bennett



United Kingdom

Age: 78

Born: 20 Jul, 1944

Known for

In The Last Detective as Mrs Dorothy Fullijamesas Mrs Dorothy Fullijames

in The Last Detective
In The Sandbaggers as Diane Lawleras Diane Lawler

in The Sandbaggers

TV Series Starring Elizabeth Bennett

The Last DetectiveThe Last Detective
ITV, 2003 | Comedy, Drama, Crime, Mystery
Rating: 4/5

The series is based on the books of Leslie Thomas. Peter Davison stars as Detective Constable Davies who is based in Willesden, London.


The SandbaggersThe Sandbaggers
ITV, 1972 | Drama, Thriller
Rating: 5/5

"The Sandbaggers" was a taut British spy series comprising twenty 50-minute episodes produced by Yorkshire Television. The stories centered on the elite covert operations section of British Intelligence, nicknamed the Sandbaggers, and their boss, Neil Burnside (Roy Marsden), himself a former Sandbagger, but now having to battle more with British bureaucracy than enemy agents. It was set contemporaneously with its original broadcast in the late '70s and early '80s when the Cold War still dominated the Western intelligence agenda. Burnside's main operative is Willie Caine, his most experienced agent. Burnside's main opponents in the series are not his KGB adversaries but the bureaucrats and functionaries of his own government, often his own superiors. He he is constatly at odds his his Deputy Chief and occasinally with the head of the Secret Service codenamed "C".