‘The Ugliest Girl in Town’ actress Patricia Brake dies at 79 following a hard fight with cancer. Her son Jon McBain reported her demise on the Twitter platform, writing that Patricia Brake passed away after a difficult fight with cancer on Saturday, May 28.
Patricia Brake is a British actress probably most famous for her appearances mostly in BBC sitcoms. She is more famous for her roles in Porridge and The Ugliest Girl in Town. Brakes’ 80th Birthday was coming next month, but unfortunately, she died earlier before celebrating her major milestone.
Who was Patricia Brake? (Wiki, Age, Bio)
On June 25, 1942, Patricia Brake was born in Bath, England. At an early age, she was very interested in acting, and at the age of 16, she began studying theater at Bristol’s Old Vic. In 1962, Patricia Brake co-starred with Dames Judi Dench and Diana Rigg in Peter Hall’s rendition of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The name of her character was Hermia.
During the 1970s, she was best known for her role as Ingrid Fletcher in the iconic BBC comedy sitcom ‘Porridge .’The Brake worked up during these recent years, while she appeared as a victim of rape in the ITV thriller Manhunt. Patricia Brake first married English actor and photographer Robert McBain in 1966. Later Brake married Michael Kennedy in 1997.
How did Patricia Brake die?
Patricia Brake was a cancer patient, and she battled cancer for long years. There are no reports of which cancer she is diagnosed with. One of her sons confirmed her death on Twitter, stating that Patricia Brake passed away after a difficult fight with cancer on Saturday, May 28. Many celebrities have shared their condolences with Patricia Brake’s family and relatives. Her demise is a great loss for the family.
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