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|Born||Kim Lesley Hartman |
11 January 1952
Hammersmith, west London
|Spouse(s)||John Nolan |
In addition to 'Allo 'Allo!, Hartman's television acting credits also include Casualty and The Brittas Empire, "The Kelly Montieth Show" "Fifteen Storeys High", "Miss Jones and Son" and "Grange Hill" (3 series). Her stage work includes the West End stage production of 'Allo 'Allo!, Margaret in "My Mother Said I Never Should," Vera in "Stepping Out," Josie in "Steaming" (New Zealand), Philippa James in "Double Double", Sheila in "Relatively Speaking", Jacqueline in "Don't Dress for Dinner" (West End), Alison in "Mum's the Word", Doris Wagstaff in "Dry Rot", Brigit in "Sitting Pretty", Judith Bliss in "Hay Fever" and Vicky in "My Fat Friend'.
Radio plays include "Lord Sky", Mary Yellan in "Jamaica Inn", "Daisy Chain", a "Sapphire and Steel" audio drama and an audio book entitled "The Worst Street in London".
Kim presented a travel programme shown on Travel Channel (UK) Cruising to the Northern Lights.
- Kim Hartman Official Website
- Kim Hartman at the Internet Movie Database
- Kim Hartman biography
- Kim Hartman and Richard Gibson (Helga and Herr Flick)
- Kim Hartman at BFI Film & TV Database
- "Kim Hartman Biography". Kim Hartman Website. Shane Collins Associates. Retrieved 17 April 2011.
- Travel Channel UK website
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