Talented comedian Millicent Martin is also a singer, actress and TV star. She is best known for being the resident singer of topical songs on the BBC TV satire show That Was The Week That Was. The show ran from 1962-63 and was a weekly affair that really saw Martin become a popular figure. As well as on TV, Millicent has done plenty on broadway and for her work she picked up a number of Tony Awards including for 1978’s King of Hearts and 1977’s Side by Side by Sondheim, both of which were for Best Featured Actress in a Musical.
She was also much loved as Gertrude Moon in the NBC hit sitcom Frasier, from 2000-04. Now a permanent resident of the United States, Martin has been married three times and was born in Romford, Essex. Her debut on the boards of Broadway came in The Boy Friend in 1954. She has also appeared in many other New York shows and the likes of Expresso Bongo at Saville Theatre and The Crooked Mile in London in 1959. Some of the songs she sang as part of her part in the BBC satire show included ‘In the Summer of his Years’, which was released as a single and made it into the Billboard Top 150. As well as singing in English, Martin has also put out singles sung in Swedish. Mainly Millicent and latterly Millicant was her own TV series on the BBC in 1964 to 1966 and often featured big guests like Roger Moore.
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