Millicent Martin

Millicent Mary Lillian Martin (born 8 June 1934) is an English actress, singer and comedian. ... more on Wikipedia

Millicent Martin Filmography

tv movie 2013 David Frost: Hello, Good Evening & Farewell as Herself - Singer, TW3
tv movie 2013 The Cast of Frasier: Where Are They Now? as Herself
tv movie 2010 Frost on Satire as Herself - Satirist
tv movie 2008 Comedy Songs: The Pop Years as Herself
tv movie 2006 Return to Halloweentown as Prof. Persimmon Periwinkle
movie 2005 Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont as Mrs. De Salis
tv movie 2002 The Anti-Establishment Club as Herself
tv movie 2001 Mike Baldwin & Me as Herself
tv movie 1998 Hey, Mr. Producer! The Musical World of Cameron Mackintosh
tv movie 1987 Side by Side by Sondheim as Herself
tv movie 1985 The 39th Annual Tony Awards as Herself - Presenter: Best Direction of a Musical
tv movie 1980 Night of One Hundred Stars as Herself
tv movie 1979 The 33rd Annual Tony Awards as Herself - Nominee: Best Featured Actress in a Musical
tv movie 1979 The Royal Variety Performance 1979
tv movie 1977 The 31st Annual Tony Awards as Herself - Performer
tv movie 1977 The Tony Hatch Music Show as Herself
tv movie 1967 The Heart of Show Business as Herself - Performer
movie 1966 Alfie as Siddie
tv movie 1966 Funny Girl Happened to Me on the Way to the Piano as Herself - Singer
movie 1966 Stop the World: I Want to Get Off as Evie
tv series 1966 Millicent
movie 1965 Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines or How I Flew from London to Paris in 25 hours 11 minutes as Airline Hostess
tv series 1965 Days of Our Lives as Lili Faversham
tv movie 1964 ABC of Britain
movie 1964 Four Days in November as Herself
tv movie 1964 Kiss Me Kate as Lois Lane
movie 1964 Nothing But the Best as Ann Horton
tv movie 1964 The Dream Machine as Herself
tv movie 1964 The Royal Variety Performance 1964 as Herself
tv series 1964 That Was the Week That Was as Herself
movie 1961 Invasion Quartet as Kay
movie 1961 The Girl on the Boat as Billie Bennett
tv movie 1960 The Royal Variety Show as Herself
movie 1959 Libel as Maisie
tv movie 1958 Expresso Bongo as Maisie King

Millicent Martin on Youtube


Millicent Martin sings farewell to That Was the Week That Was on the show's final edition.


Ironic that Milly should be backed by the George Mitchell Singers - The Minstrels and Singers were collectively known as The Black And White Minstrels and we.


Elvis' song from the same year Millicent's way. She was resident singer on 60's satirical comedy show 'That Was The Week That Was' aka 'TW3' hosted by ...


Trailer for Lewis Gilbert's film starring Michael Caine, Shelley Winters, Millicent Martin, Julia Foster, Jane Asher, Shirley Anne Field, Vivien Merchant, El...