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Lizzie Roper

Lizzie Roper

United Kingdom

Age: 55

Born: 17 Nov, 1967

Known for

In Dead Boss as Top Dogas Top Dog

in Dead Boss
In Boy Meets Girl (2015) as Jackie Arkleyas Jackie Arkley

in Boy Meets Girl (2015)
In Lost Sitcoms as Else Garnettas Else Garnett

in Lost Sitcoms

TV Series Starring Lizzie Roper

Lost SitcomsLost Sitcoms
BBC Four, 2016 | Comedy

BBC Four will recreate three British classic Lost Sitcoms - Hancock's Half Hour, Steptoe And Son and Till Death Us Do Part - with a brand new stellar cast. The Lost Sitcoms are part of a landmark sitcom season on the BBC and will be recorded with stripped-down, minimalist sets in front of a studio audience. The scripts for these films still exist, but the original recordings have been lost from the BBC archives.

Boy Meets Girl (2015)Boy Meets Girl (2015)

After losing his job, Leo meets Judy and is immediately attracted to her. Despite his mother's disapproval, he knows he's found someone special. Boy Meets Girl (2015) follows Leo as he navigates his relationship with Judy, who is older than him. The show explores themes of love and acceptance.

Dead BossDead Boss
BBC Two, 2012 | Comedy, Crime
Rating: 3.3/5

Sharon Horgan stars as Helen, a falsely imprisoned woman who remains blindly optimistic in the face of an uncaring outside world and an insane prison life. She is joined by Jennifer Saunders as a deranged, "sexual Margaret Thatcher" prison governor, Bryony Hannah as her arsonist cellmate, and Geoffrey McGivern as her useless lawyer.