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Kate Williams



United Kingdom

Known for

In EastEnders as Liz Turneras Liz Turner

in EastEnders
In Berkeley Square as Mrs. McCluskyas Mrs. McClusky

in Berkeley Square
In Love Thy Neighbour as Joan Boothas Joan Booth

in Love Thy Neighbour

TV Series Starring Kate Williams

Berkeley SquareBerkeley Square
BBC One, 1998 | Drama
Rating: 1/5

A British mini-series that follows three nannies in early 1900's London.


EastEndersEastEnders
BBC One, 1985 | Comedy, Drama, Crime, Soaps | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.7/5

It focuses on the lives of the inhabitants of Albert Square in the rough EastEnd of London. For the past 25 years, EastEnders has entertained audiences with dramatic storylines focusing on real life situations.


Love Thy NeighbourLove Thy Neighbour
ITV, 1972 | Comedy

Love Thy Neighbour is a British sitcom, which was transmitted from 13 April 1972 until 22 January 1976, spanning seven series and fifty-four episodes. The series was produced by Thames Television for the ITV network. A hugely popular sitcom highlighting and examining the clashes of class, and colour, in early-1970s Britain. Eddie Booth is a passionately left-wing, somewhat racist bigot, so when his new neighbours turn out to be black, he's far from pleased. But even worse than that - they vote Conservative. Understandably, Eddie puts Bill's back up right from the off. Despite their differences, however, each man is far more alike the other than either would admit, and a begrudging respect develops between them. After all, there is a common enemy: their wives!