Ann Davies, who starred in Doctor Who and EastEnders, died suddenly at the age of 87. The 87-year-old actress was the much-loved wife of The Good Life’s late star Richard Briers.
She was also a proud mother to Lucy Briers of ITV Endeavour and her daughter Katie. Ann’s death was tragically announced on Thursday by her agency, but there was no cause of death stated.
Barry Langford said on Twitter: “Ann Davies, my beautiful client of 34 years, died yesterday. ” Ann was dedicated to her late husband #RichardBriers and their kids, Lucy and Kate. She was a wonderful actor with TV credits including #DoctorWho and #TheSculptress. “She will be greatly missed. Annie, rest in peace “…
Jenny was performed by the outstanding actress in a number of Doctor Who episodes starring William Hartnell as the Time Lord. Ann went on to play Mrs. Singleton in Grange Hill in the 1990s after her tenure on Doctor Who.
She also featured in an episode of Doctor Who as well as an episode of EastEnders. Ann has also appeared in a number of television appearances alongside her husband Richard.
The actress appeared in many films with Richard, including Peter’s Friends in 1992 and In the Bleak Midwinter in 1995. They also co-starred in the radio adaptation of the TV show Brothers in Law. Ann resided in Chiswick, West London, with her late husband Richard, who died in 2013 at the age of 79.