Angela Richards (born 18 December 1944) is an English actress, best known to television viewers for her leading role in the 1970s BBC drama Secret Army, set during the Second World War in which she played Monique Duchamps. Richards wrote and sang many of the songs that were a regular and popular feature of the series, including \Memories Come Gently\, \Velvet Blue\, \I Bet You\ve Heard This One Before\, \Good to Me\, \All Our Yesterdays\, \When We Can Live in Peace Once More\ and \If This Is The Last Time I See You\ A graduate of RADA, Richards is also well known for her body of work in musical theatre, having starred in several West End productions such as Robert and Elizabeth (her debut in 1964), Cats (following Elaine Paige as Grizabella), High Society, Blood Brothers, Cole and Liza of Lambeth. Recent musical theatre work includes: Dorothy Fields Forever and Call Me Merman. Her
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