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Private Signing - Anneke Wills, Closed and Posted

Anneke Wills - Private Signing
Anneke Wills
We are pleased to be able to announce a private signing with Anneke Wills
 has agreed to sign your personal items or photographs.

Send your personal items in to us, this can be CD, DVD covers pictures etc
for Anneke to sign or order a signed 10 by 8 that Anneke will be happy to dedicate to you.  Unfortunately we are unable to take any books on this occasion.

Click 'Personal Items', below to order your personal items signed. Please send your items to:
10th Planet Events Ltd
4 Willowtree Farm Cottages, Main Road
Deeping St Nicholas, SPALDING
Lincolnshire, PE11 3BN
United Kingdom

Alternatively, you can order a 10 x 8 picture which we will provide, do this by clicking 'Autograph Pre-Order' below. You can enter your preference for the type of picture you want, for example: Close up face shot from Doctor Who.  If you wish to have a dedication please enter in the box provided.

ANNEKE WILLS   -  Imdb click here

Anneke gained her first role at the age of 11 while she was living on a houseboat in Bray, Berkshire. The film was called Child's Play (1954) and she gave the £9 fee to her mother. Deciding she wanted to be an actress she then studied drama at the Arts Educational School and RADA in London and quickly became one of the busiest actresses of her generation, early roles included an appearance as Roberta in the second TV version of The Railway Children in 1957. Her other film roles included appearances in Some People (1962) and The Pleasure Girls (1965).

In 1966 she took the role of Polly in Doctor Who. She appeared in the show into 1967 alongside William Hartnell and then Patrick Troughton. Her other television credits include appearances in The Avengers and as Evelyn in Strange Report (1969–70). She left the latter series when it was planned to switch filming to Hollywood (though that plan fell through). In November 2013 she appeared in the one-off 50th anniversary comedy homage The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot.