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 Post Posted: Mon Oct 29, 2007 11:55 am 
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Where is the very attractive lady who was in a few of the sketches like 'The Marriage Guidence' sketch? :D Is she still in the entertainment business and especially what was her name? :P

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that'd be Carol Cleveland, one of the people who often vies for the "Seventh Python" title.

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Cheers Dennis, what a women she was or still is phwooore :!:
Do you think she was abit of a goer :?: Know what I mean nudge nudge :!: I'm fairly sure I saw her on a documentary serving drinks to the other pythons minnus her top, i may be wrong but i may be right too.

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I had the pleasure of meeting Carol at a memorabilia fair a few years ago and very pleasant she was, and still very attractive.

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Does anybody know if she's still available for dating and or serious relationships?

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Why did she have to have an american accent now? No offence to americans or anything but she was english :/

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Eric Idle has a bit of a mixed accent now.


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Frank wrote:
Eric Idle has a bit of a mixed accent now.


I noticed that too :(

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Why did she have to have an american accent now? No offence to americans or anything but she was english :/


Although Carol Cleveland was born in England (East Sheen, London, on January 13, 1943), she grew up in the US (Philadelphia, then San Antonio, Texas, then Pasadena, California).

She returned to the UK in 1961 (aged 18), but by this time her accent would have been set as American, as accents tends to get set in childhood.

She does sound more English now than she used to (the same as Ewic sounds more American than he used to), but I doubt she'll ever lose all of the US influence.

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Concorde wrote:
Why did she have to have an american accent now? No offence to americans or anything but she was english :/


Although Carol Cleveland was born in England (East Sheen, London, on January 13, 1943), she grew up in the US (Philadelphia, then San Antonio, Texas, then Pasadena, California).

She returned to the UK in 1961 (aged 18), but by this time her accent would have been set as American, as accents tends to get set in childhood.

She does sound more English now than she used to (the same as Ewic sounds more American than he used to), but I doubt she'll ever lose all of the US influence.

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Although Carol Cleveland was born in England (East Sheen, London, on January 13, 1943), she grew up in the US (Philadelphia, then San Antonio, Texas, then Pasadena, California).


Excuse me, may be I`m wrong but Carol was born in 1942 (though it`s not so important).
Yes, I`ve just checked, it`s written in IMDB. I remember this because she said somewhere smth like: It`s hard to believe but I`m elder than 3 Python boys.
So, if it`s true, she`s now older than Palin, Idle & Jones!
But she still looks great and when I was watchin Concert for George I just couldn`t believe it was Carol as the Lumberjack girl!

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I see. I have heard it slightly twang to American every now and again, though I haven't heard Erics voice at his age now *goes to You tube*

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