Gwyneth Powell cause of death

Gwyneth Powell, born on 5 July 1946, was an English actress who is best known for her portrayal of headmistress Bridget McCluskey in the BBC television series Grange Hill for eleven series between 1981 and 1991.

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Powell was born in Levenshulme, Manchester, and attended Cheadle County Grammar School for Girls, during which time she appeared to some acclaim as Fat Urs in the National Youth Theatre’s production of Ben Jonson’s Bartholemew Fair.

She originally trained as a teacher at Goldsmiths, University of London, but instead chose to act in repertory theatre.

Her first major television role was in the 1971 LWT dystopian drama series, The Guardians.

She was a regular, if minor, a player in many television dramas until being cast in Grange Hill, in which she played the “firm but fair” headmistress Bridget (“The Midget”) McClusky for eleven years. Of her role, she said in 2008:

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Did Gwyneth Powell Have Children, Did she have a son or daughter?

Gwyneth Powell was married to fellow actor, Alan Leith, who is known for THe BBC Television Shakespeare and the Sweeney.

The couple were married for more than two decades.

Gwyneth Powell and his husband never made mention of them having kids together.