In 1984, Julia McKenzie became a regular in every British household with her appearance in “Fresh Fields” for which she was nominated for the BAFTA Award. In 1977, she was nominated for a Tony Award for her work in numerous Broadway productions.
Between 2009 and 2013, McKenzie starred in “Agatha Christie’s Marple” and is currently focusing on her honorable radio work. Her latest work dated was with the production of “The Eighth Doctor – Time War 2”.
In 1976, Sandie Shaw was the first British entry to win the Eurovision contest with "Puppet on a String". It took her another 15 years to bring herself back onto the UK Top 40 chart and in 1984 "hand in Glove" brought Shaw back to life. By 2013 she had retired completely from the music industry.
She had a complete change in life and she practices as a psychotherapist but had honored us with her presence on "Loose Woman" and sang the theme song for "Made in Dagenham".
Tracy Shaw was born to be a dancer but life had its ways and she evolved into Maxine on "Coronation Street". In 2003, she left the street and focused on bringing up her family while taking occasional roles. She moved on to filming "Wish you were here", however, personal troubles were in the that forced her to take a break from acting.
Things came to terms and these days she appears in "The Cat and the Canary". However, her peak, for which she will always be remembered by is for sure, her Corrie days as Ms. Peacock.
Helen Shapiro was of the most successful British Jazz and Pop singers. In the 1960s, being only a teenager, Shapiro had a voice considered "far beyond her teen years". This magnificent woman toured with the Beatles in 1963.
Shapiro has starred in the hit "Call the Midwife" and has contributed her voice to the soundtrack of "Butterfly Kiss" and "Ring-A-Ding Rhythm". It is unknown if she is still performing.
Also known as Maria Tafari, this woman is best known for her page 3 career. She was born in 1969 and at the early age of 16 already appeared on the so-called controversial page. By the 1980s she was already considered one of the most successful glamour models.
She had her long 15 minutes of fame on "The Beny Hill Show" in 1983 and had a role in "Whoops Apocalypse". She was married to the music producer Rebel MC yet today is single.