Actress Bridget Forsyth, who starred in "Doctor Who" and many other famous series, has died

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Bridget Forsyth has died aged 83. The news of her death was confirmed by her agent, Mark Pemberton, writes "San".

The Scottish actress died peacefully in her sleep surrounded by her family. In a statement, Pemberton paid tribute to Bridget's "diverse and distinguished career on stage, television and radio".

"She has been on many BBC radio shows over the years and has also been featured on Ed Reardon's Radio 4 series 'Sunday.' "A talented musician, Bridget played the cello, sang and composed, and later played with several bands, including 'D Firsons,'" the agent said.

By the way, Bridget is known for her roles in several hit series such as "Still Open All Hours", "Doctor Who", "The Bill", "Whatever Happened to Boys?" and many others. She was married to Brian Mills, who died in 2006, and had three children.

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