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Linda Cunningham is a British actress, known for the films "Then Churchill Said to Me," "Mission: Impossible" and "Jason King."

Not much is known about Linda's life and career. Born on March 28, 1953 in Ipswich, England, her first known TV role was as an uncredited dancer in the Top of the Tops sketch on the January 27, 1971 episode of "The Benny Hill Show." She followed her appearance with appearances in 1970s British television with roles in "Doctor at Large," "Jackanory," "Brett," "Doctor in Charge," "Cars," "Queenie's Castle," "Love Story," "Jason King," "Thriller," "Woodstock," "Get Some In!," " Bless This House," "Whodunnit?" and "Let There Be Love." She also starred on "Coronation Street" intermittently from 1971 to 1973 as Lorraine Binks, a friend of Lucille Hewitt. She also had a few movie roles in "Passion Potion," Alternative 3," "Adventures of a Private Eye," "The Mating Season" and an uncredited part in "Captain Kronos - Vampire Hunter."
Cunningham as since worked behind the scenes for Central TV, later emigrating to Australia and working for Gold Coast Tourist Board.