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  1. Patricia Stephanie Cole OBE (born 5 October 1941) is an English stage, television, radio and film actress, known for high-profile roles in shows such as Tenko (1981–1985), Open All Hours (1982–1985), A Bit of a Do (1989), Waiting for God (1990–1994), Keeping Mum (1997–1998), Doc Martin (2004–2009), Cabin Pressure (2008–2014), Still Open All Hours (2013–present), Man Down (2014–2017) and as Sylvia Goodwin in ITV soap opera Coronation Street (2011–2013).

    Stephanie Cole - Wikipedia

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  2. Stephanie Cole - Wikipedia

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    Patricia Stephanie Cole OBE (born 5 October 1941) is an English stage, television, radio and film actress, known for high-profile roles in shows such as Tenko (1981–1985), Open All Hours (1982–1985), A Bit of a Do (1989), Waiting for God (1990–1994), Keeping Mum (1997–1998), Doc Martin (2004–2009), Cabin Pressure (2008–2014), Still Open All Hours (2013–present), Man Down (2014–2017) and as Sylvia Goodwin in ITV soap opera Coronation Street (2011–2013).

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    • 1968–present
    • Actress
    • Patricia Stephanie Cole, 5 October 1941 (age 79), Solihull, Warwickshire, England
  3. Stephanie Cole - IMDb

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    Born in Warwickshire, England, UK. At age of 15, she auditioned for and was accepted to the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Stephanie began her career at age 17 playing a 90-year-old woman. She went on to play beloved characters on the shows Waiting for God (1990) and Doc Martin (2004).

  4. Stephanie Cole - Biography - IMDb

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    Born in Warwickshire, England, UK. At age of 15, she auditioned for and was accepted to the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Stephanie began her career at age 17 playing a 90-year-old woman. She went on to play beloved characters on the shows Waiting for God (1990) and Doc Martin (2004).

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  5. Stephanie Cole was born as Patricia Stephanie Cole on 5 October 1941 in Solihull, Warwickshire, England. She holds an English nationality and belongs to the white ethnic background. She grew up with her American parents. Since an early age, Cole was so much interested in films and television.

  6. Still Open All Hours star Stephanie Cole, 77, slams BBC for ...

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    But Stephanie Cole has blasted BBC executives for still telling her how to act despite her experience. The actress, 77, criticised the corporation for being ‘old fashioned’ and telling her and her...

  7. Where is Stephanie Cole now? | Boomer Magazine

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    One of Britain’s Finest: Stephanie Cole By Nick Thomas | October 3rd, 2016 American audiences were introduced to British actress Stephanie Cole when she portrayed grumpy, sharp-witted Diana Trent, a resident of the Bayview Retirement Village in the 90s sitcom “Waiting for God.”

  8. Stephanie Cole Profiles | Facebook

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    View the profiles of people named Stephanie Cole. Join Facebook to connect with Stephanie Cole and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power...

  9. Stephanie Cole Reveals Why She Left Doc Martin

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    Actress Stephanie Cole says it’s because she doesn’t want to stay in one place for too long: “With TV, after four series I always say, ‘Thank you, that’s the end of it!’ That’s why I left Doc...

  10. Why Stephanie Cole Left ‘Doc Martin’ - American Profile

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    Nov 14, 2013 · Stephanie Cole, 72, a star of the English stage as well as film, radio and TV, left the show in 2009. “With TV, after four seri es I always say, ‘Thank you, that’s the end of it!’ That’s why I left Doc Martin— there are other mountains to climb, other rivers to swim.”

  11. Actress Stephanie Cole says it's because she doesn't want to stay in one place for too long: "With TV, after four series I always say, 'Thank you, that's the end of it!' That's why I left Doc Martin - there are other mountains to climb, other rivers to swim," Cole shared with the TV Times magazine.

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