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  • Liz Smith's poignant portrayal of Nana -

    Liz Smith playing the much loved matriarch in The Royle Family. Video: THE ROYLE FAMILY / GRANADA PRODUCTIONS

  • Harrison Ford Remembers Carrie Fisher as ‘One-of-a-Kind ...

    Liz Smith (Dec. 11, 1921 – Dec. 24, 2016) The BAFTA-winning actress, who was born as Betty Gleadle, died at the age of 95 on Christmas Eve.

  • Sir Cliff Richard is suing the BBC and South Yorkshire Police

    Sir Cliff Richard is reportedly suing the BBC and South Yorkshire Police and is seeking £1 million in damages and costs after enduring a painstakingly long 22-month ...

  • Amber Heard drops defamation lawsuit -

    Royle Family actress Liz Smith dies, aged 95. Taylor Swift's Christmas 'Shake It Off' for fan. Jordan's bachelor days are over. Amber Heard drops defamation lawsuit

  • 'Still here?' Celebrities mocked for not leaving US

    Royle Family actress Liz Smith dies, aged 95. Sky News Sky News View the full site Feedback © 2017 Microsoft. Privacy Legal About our Ads Feedback; Help MSN ...

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  • Liz Smith (actress) - Wikipedia

    Early life. Liz Smith was born Betty Gleadle in 1921 in the Crosby area of Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire. When she was two years old, her mother died in childbirth.

  • Liz Smith (journalist) - Wikipedia

    Mary Elizabeth "Liz" Smith (born February 2, 1923) is an American gossip columnist. She is known as "The Grand Dame of Dish".

  • Liz Smith - IMDb

    Liz Smith was born on December 11, 1921 in Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England as Betty Gleadle. She was an actress, known for The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005 ...

  • Liz Smith | The Huffington Post

    Liz Smith calls herself “the 2000-year-old gossip columnist." She has worked in celebrity/show biz for 57 years, written for seven different NYC newspapers ...

  • Liz Smith – Filmmaker

    The craft of filmmaking is not just about knowing how to compose a shot, or when to make a cut, it's about finding the real story and then finding the most engaging ...

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