Jane Carr Net Worth

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Jane Carr Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Ellen Jane Carr (born 13 August 1950) is an English actress. She is well known for the voice role of "Pud'n" on the animated The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy (US, 2001–2007). She also played a character called "Pudding" in one of her earliest TV appearances, the Jilly Cooper-penned BBC sitcom It's Awfully Bad For Your Eyes, Darling (UK, 1971).

Date Of BirthAugust 13, 1950
Place Of BirthWhitley Bay, Northumberland, England, UK
ProfessionActress, Soundtrack
SpouseMark Arnott (m. 1987–1995)
ParentsGwendoline Rose Carr, Patrick Carr
NominationsLaurence Olivier Award for Best Comedy Performance
Star SignLeo


Terror Street1953Soup Kitchen Supervisor
The Disagreeable Man1953TV ShortIsabel Stroud
The Saint's Girl Friday1953Kate Finch
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre1952TV SeriesFlorrie
Stop the Merry-Go-Round1952Florrie
The Eric Barker Half-Hour1951TV Series
The Case of Mr. Clare1949TV MovieMary Mandeville
It's Not Cricket1949Virginia Briscoe
Sabotage at Sea1942Diane
Lady from Lisbon1942Tamara
The Seventh Survivor1942Diane Winters
Intimate Cabaret1939TV Series
Little Miss Somebody1937Mrs. Borden
Millions1937Jane Rimmer
Melody and Romance1937Kay Williams
Captain's Orders1937Belle Mandeville
The Lilac Domino1937Leonie
Will C. Pepper's White Coons1937TV Mini-Series
It's You I Want1936Melisande
The Interrupted Honeymoon1936Greta
Get Off My Foot1935Helen Rawlingcourt
The Ace of Spades1935Cleo Despard
Hello, Sweetheart1935Babs Beverley
Night Mail1935Lady Angela Savage
The Lad1935Pauline Grant
Annie, Leave the Room!1935Adrienne Ditmar
The Triumph of Sherlock Holmes1935Ettie Douglas
Youthful Folly1934Ursula Wilmington
Lord Edgware Dies1934Lady Edgware
The Church Mouse1934Miss Sylvia James
Orders Is Orders1934Patricia Bellamy
Dick Turpin1934Eleanor Mowbray
Those Were the Days1934Minnie Taylor
Keep It Quiet1934Nancy
The Night Club Queen1934Bobbie Lamont
The Outcast1934Nancy Acton
Murder at the Inn1934Fifi
Oh No Doctor!1934Protheroe
On the Air1934Jane Carr
Up for the Derby1933Singer
Taxi to Paradise1933ShortClaire
Let Me Explain, Dear1932Mamie
Love Me, Love My Dog1932ShortThe Singer


Those Were the Days1934performer: "When I take My Morning Promenade"


Kaleidoscope1951TV SeriesHerself in Song Time segment
A Night with the Stars1950ShortHerself
Old Songs for New1948TV SeriesHerself
Comedy Cabaret1939TV SeriesHerself
Starlight1937-1938TV SeriesHerself - Entertainer
Cabaret1938TV SeriesHerself - Performer
Will C. Pepper's White Coons1937TV Mini-SeriesHerself - Performer
The White Coons Concert Party1937TV ShortHerself - Monologist

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