Anne Davies Cause Of Death, Obituary Unavailable Yet – Ann Davies, a former Doctor Who, and Eastenders actress died at the age of 87. The actress, who was married to the late Richard Briers, who featured in The Good Life, and was the mother of two kids, died on Thursday, according to her agent.
According to dailymail.co.uk, ‘Sadly, my beloved 34-year-old customer Ann Davies died away yesterday,’ tweeted Barry Langford. ‘Ann was devoted to her late husband #RichardBriers and their kids Lucy and Kate. She was a wonderful actress with TV credits including #DoctorWho and #TheSculptress.
‘She’ll be sorely missed.’ Annie, rest in peace.’ Davies debuted as Jenny in a series of Doctor Who episodes in the 1960s, starring William Hartnell as the Time Lord, before going on to play Mrs. Singleton, a teacher in Grange Hill in the 1990s.
Prior to her husband Richard’s death in 2013, the actress performed in the BBC dramas Doctors and Eastenders, as well as in a number of television roles with him. After marriage in 1956, the pair lived together in Chiswick, west London, and had two daughters, Lucy and Katie. Lucy, 54, stars as Mrs. Blish in ITV’s Endeavour and as Mary Bennet in the BBC production of Pride and Prejudice in 1995.