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Jenny Lee-Wright is a English actress and dancer possibly best known for her appearances on "The Benny Hill Show." Nick-named "The Sexiest Stooge" by Benny Hill, she was his original female comedy partner in numerous comedy sketches through the series.
Not much is known about her past and family. Choosing to keep much of her life private, it is known she was born February 21, 1947 in London, England, and that she left school at the age of 16 to train as a ballerina with the Ballet Ramber, later becoming part of a French cabaret group that traveled the world in 1967. Upon returning to England, she joined Lionel Blair's dance troupe, later turning to acting and working with such comedians as Morecambe and Wise, Dick Emery, Mike and Bernie Winters, Les Dawson, Spike Milligan, Frankie Howerd and Tommy Cooper, but she was possibly best known for her work with Benny Hill. While meeting an agent on vacation in the United States, she was invited on onto a talk show to talk about working on his show during the height of his American popularity. Other television appearances included roles on "Crossroads," "The Protectors," "Paul Temple," "General Hospital," "Beryl's Lot" "Jason King," "Minder" and "Public Eye." She was also a hostess on game shows, such as "The Golden Shot" in 1967, "Masterspy" and the talent show, "Search for a Star."
In 1970, she made her film debut in "Husbands" by John Cassavetes alongside actor Peter Falk of "Columbo" fame. Other films included Michael Apted's "The Triple Echo" in 1972, "Wife Swap" with Benny Hill alumnae Nicholas Parsons and "Madhouse" alongside Vincent Price and Peter Cushing in 1974.
Between acting jobs, Jenny worked as a foley artist, attributing her sense of timing in the field to her training as a dancer. She also stood in as the hostess on "Bruce Forsyth's Generation Game" for several weeks while regular hostess Anthea Redfern was absent on maternity leave. By the late 1980s, she was doing almost entirely foley work for such movies as "My Left Foot," "Shakespeare in Love," "Muppet Treasure Island," the James Bond movie "Die Another Day" and "The Phantom of the Opera," based on the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical.