Patricia Brake has died
Theatre and television actress Patricia Ann Brake, from England, has died at the age of 79 due to cancer. It is worth noting that the actress fought the disease for a very long time.
According to the agent's statement on the Twitter page, "We are very sad to report the death of our client and much-loved theatre and television actress Patricia Ann Brake at the age of 79 after a very long battle with cancer."
However, Patricia became popular after playing Barker's daughter Ingrid Fletcher in the 1970s Porridge.
It is worth noting that Patricia Ann Brake began her career as an actress in 1960 in a soap opera called Emergency Ward 10.
Also, after the British actress gained popularity after the BBC sitcom Porridge, she continued to be called upon to star in other films. Thus, in 2000 Patricia starred in a crime drama called Midsomer Murders by Betty Willingale. Then, in 2001, she starred in McCready and Daughter by Nick Pitt.
In 2003 she starred in Life Beyond the Box: Norman Stanley Fletcher by Kim Flitcroft.
Furthermore, in 2004 Patricia starred in EastEnders Julia Cuthbert Smith and Anthony John Holland.
In 2005-2006, Patricia Ann Brake played the role of Vivian Baldwin in Coronation Street by Anthony McVay Simpson.
As for her latest film role, Patricia Ann Brake starred in Casualty The Department of Secrets by Jeremy Brock and Paul Andrew Unwin in 2015.