Roberta Tovey

Last updated 09 January 2020

Roberta Tovey
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Roberta F Tovey

Born: Sunday 9th August 1953 (age: 70)


Roberta Tovey played Susan in the Dalek movies produced in the 1960s and starring Peter Cushing as Dr. Who. She was born in Shepherd's Bush, London.

In addition to her two appearances as "the other Susan,"  Tovey is also known for her roles in the films Runaway Railway and High Wind in Jamaica, both produced in 1965, and for a two-year stint as Trudi Corner in the television series "Not in Front of the Children." Most recently, she has appeared as Samantha in the 1987 television series "My Husband and I," and was interviewed for the 1993 documentary "Thirty Years in the TARDIS."

Roberta Tovey also sang the single, "Who's Who," released by Polydor Records to cash in on the popularity of the first Dalek movie.

She is the daughter of George Tovey, who played Ernie Clements in TV: Pyramids of Mars.

Biography from the Tardis Wiki article, licensed under CC-BY-SA