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Name: Fenella Fielding  
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Date of Birth: 17th November 1930
Place of Birth: London, England, UK
Profession: Actress
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Fenella Fielding (born 17 November 1930): The English actress was originally named Fenella Feldman, hence spreading rumours that she was the sister of Marty Feldman. She has declared that this was not the case.

Born in London, she began her acting career in 1954, concentrating on stage theatrical productions.

The buxom, velvet-voiced actress appeared in the films: Drop Dead, Darling; Lock Up Your Daughters; the Carry On Films, Carry On Screaming and Carry On Regardless; Doctor in Clover; Doctor in Distress; Doctor in Trouble; No Love for Johnnie; Robin Hood; Arrivederci Baby; and Guest House Paradiso.

She appeared in many stage productions and had occasional guest appearances in television programmes such as The Avengers (after being passed over as Patrick McNee's regular partner in favor of Honor Blackman) and Danger Man. She also provided the voice of the Village announcements in The Prisoner and co-starred with Tom Poston and Robert Morley in the 1963 version of The Old Dark House.

In the film Dougal and the Blue Cat, based on The Magic Roundabout, she voiced the character of the Blue Voice—referred to as "Madam" by Buxton (the blue cat of the title) and Dougal at various stages throughout the film. It is rumored that the character was based on Margaret Thatcher, and that the character is a political comment about the beginnings of Thatcherism—the colour blue being the colour of the Conservative Party.

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