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She co-starred with Rachel Roberts in the Alan Bennett television play The Old Crowd (1979), directed by Lindsay Anderson.

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She was born in Penang, the Straits Settlements, to British parents, educated at Prior's Field School, an independent girls boarding school in Godalming, and trained at RADA.

She made her stage début in the 1949 season at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford upon Avon, and her film début in The Long Dark Hall (1951) with Rex Harrison.

Bennett made many appearances in British films including Lust for Life (1956), The Criminal (1960), The Nanny (1965), The Skull (1965), Inadmissible Evidence (1968), The Charge of the Light Brigade (1968), Julius Caesar (1970), I Want What I Want (1972), Mister Quilp (1975), Full Circle (1977) and Britannia Hospital (1982).

She also appeared in the Bond film For Your Eyes Only (1981) as a world-renowned ice skating coach, Lady Jane (1986) and Hawks (1988).

In 1992, Bennett's ashes, along with those of her friend, the actress Rachel Roberts (who also died by suicide, in 1980), were scattered by their friend Lindsay Anderson, on the waters of the River Thames in London.

Anderson, with several of the two actresses' professional colleagues and friends, took a boat trip down the River Thames, and the ashes were scattered while musician Alan Price sang the song "Is That All There Is?

" The event was included in Anderson's autobiographical BBC documentary Is That All There Is?

Her final film performance was in The Sheltering Sky (1990).

She made forays into television, such as roles in Play for Today (Country, 1981), with Wendy Hiller, and as the colourful Lady Grace Fanner in the adaptation of John Mortimer's novel, Paradise Postponed (1985).

Among several roles, Osborne wrote the character of Annie in his play The Hotel in Amsterdam (1968) for her.

But Bennett's busy schedule prevented her from playing the role until it was screened on television in 1971.

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