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Felicity Montagu is a British actress, probably best known for her performances in radio and television comedy series and films. Despite the diversity of her output, she has become one of the most recognisable faces on British television.
Educated at Loughborough University and the Webber Douglas Academy, Felicity Montagu has played the foil to a series of prominent comedy characters.
Felicity Montagu co-starred opposite Steve Coogan as Lynn, the faithful but put-upon personal assistant, in I'm Alan Partridge and as the busty, raunchy vicar's wife Sue 2 in Nighty Night, both for BBC Television.
In 2006, Montagu took the leading role of housewife and gang queen Barbara Du Prez in the offbeat comedy series Suburban Shootout alongside Anna Chancellor, Ralph Ineson and Alan Partridge co-star Amelia Bullmore.
Her other television credits include: Ffizz, Trust, Coming Through, This is David Lander, Wish Me Luck, Tumbledown, The Harry Enfield Television Show, Josie, Paul Merton - The Series, 2point4 Children, A Touch of Frost, "My life as a Popat," "johnny and the Bomb," "Peak Practice," "Black Ball," Cooganâ??s Run, and Alexei Sayle's Stuff.
Montagu's reputation in comedy character parts was enhanced by her film performance alongside RenĂ©e Zellweger and Hugh Grant in Bridget Jones's Diary as Perpetua, Bridget's unpleasant colleague. She also appears in the 2006 film Confetti as highly strung magazine editor Vivien Kay-Wylie.
Felicity Montagu is also set to appear in a new film along side Carmen Electra, entitled "I want Candy" in which she plays the mother of ambitious teenager, Joe, played by Tom Riley.
Felicity Montagu has also been a regular voice on a range of comedy programmes on BBC Radio 4 since the mid 1980s. Her credits include Delve Special, Ayres on the Air, Dial M For Pizza, The Million Pound Radio Show and No Commitments.
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