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Patricia Bredin net worth & biography:Patricia Bredin (born 1935) is a British actress and one-time singer from Hull, England, who was best known as the very first United Kingdom representative in the Eurovision Song Contest. She took part in the 1957 contest, held in Frankfurt, and finished in seventh place out of ten entries with the song All, the first ever song sung in English at the Eurovision. According to The Eurovision Song Contest - The Official History by John Kennedy O'Connor at 1:52, this is the shortest performance in the history of the contest.She took the part of Molly, the island girl, in the original cast of the musical Free As Air in 1957. In 1959, she starred in the British comedy film Left Right and Centre with Ian Carmichael. This saw British exhibitors vote her one of the most promising British new stars along with Peter Sellers and Hayley Mills.The following year Patricia had a leading part in another film, the period adventure The Treasure of Monte Cristo, and starred with Sid James in Desert Mice.Bredin had the distinction of succeeding Julie Andrews as Guenevere in the Broadway production of Camelot. She played the role from 16 April 1962, until she was replaced by Janet Pavek three months later. Wikipedia
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|Ninety Years On||1964||TV Movie||Performer|
|ITV Play of the Week||1964||TV Series||Della McGrath|
|The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre||1963||TV Series||Lucy|
|To Have and to Hold||1963||Lucy|
|The Secret of Monte Cristo||1961||Pauline|
|The Bridal Path||1959||Margaret|
|Left Right and Centre||1959||Stella Stoker|
|A Holiday in August||1958||TV Movie script|
|The Eurovision Song Contest||1957||TV Special performer: "All" United Kingdom entry|
|John Hanson Sings||1969||TV Series||Herself|
|Comedy Bandbox||1963||TV Series||Herself|
|Juke Box Jury||1959-1960||TV Series||Herself - Panelist|
|The Good Old Days||1959||TV Series||Herself - Performer|
|Make Mine a Million||1959||Herself, Cameo appearance|
|A Holiday in August||1958||TV Movie||Herself - Singer|
|The Eurovision Song Contest||1957||TV Special||Herself - United Kingdom Entry: 7th Place|
|Boom Bang-a-Bang! 50 Years of Eurovision||2006||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
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|1||Britain's first ever entrant in the Eurovision Song Contest, in 1957 with 'All'. She finished 7th out of ten entries with the shortest ever song (clocking in at 112 seconds).|
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