Liza Goddard { 297 images } Created 11 Aug 2011

Liza's international career began in 1967 when she starred in Skippy the Bush Kangaroo. She made her first major impact on the British small screen in 1969 with the award winning Take Three Girls and went on to star in the BBC's successful Bergerac. She was also a central character in the Emmy Award winning and long running Children's television series Woof.

Liza's other television credits include The Brothers, Bredon Chase, Pig in the Middle (three series) and Roll over Beethovern with Nigel Planer (two series). Other appearances include Yes, Honestly, Wodehouse Playhouse, Queen of a Distant Country, Murder at the Wedding, That's Love and Take Three Women. She also co-starred with Ben Kingsley in Wagner. Recently she has presented Liza's Country for Anglia Television and Collector's Lot for Channel 4.

Her recent theatre appearances have included Lady Bracknell in Val May's touring production of The Importance of Being Earnest. She then went on to play Mrs Erlynne in the UK tour of Lady Windermere's Fan and has recently completed an Oscar Wilde hat trick by appearing as Mrs Cleveley in Peter Hall's production of An Ideal Husband.

Liza's stage appearances also include; Mansfield Park at Chichester Festival Theatre; Arms and the Man and The Importance of Being Earnest at the Bristol Old Vic Company; Who's on the Menu Tonight, The Case of the Oily Levantine; Let's Do it Your Way, The Flip Sidem, Blithe Spirit, The Hard Shoulder at the Aldwych; See How They Run at the Shaftesbury; Wife Begins at Forty at the Ambassadors, and a play written for her by N C Hunter - One Fair Daughter.

Liza has also starred in No Sex Please - We're British! with David Jason at the Strand Theatre, and Signs of the Times with Kenneth More at the Vaudeville.
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