Benny's Place Featuring Louise English and Hill's Angels

Fan site for Louise and the other Angels, including Sue. Includes useful summaries and vidcaps from all the commercially available Benny Hill videos and DVDs, and a very comprehensive "Who's Who" of Benny Hill Show performers. (Sue's entry is here.) The webmaster of this site also runs a messageboard where Angels Penny Kendall and Jayne-Marie have communicated with fans.

The Cinema Museum

Located in the Elephant & Castle area of south London, in the very building in which the young Charlie Chaplin had been a workhouse inmate, this museum celebrates the history of British cinema and cinemagoing. Sue and I greatly enjoyed our visit here, on the last day of February 2013.

Finch Stage School

Sue's performing alma mater: the long-established (82 years) stage school where she studied dancing, singing, and acting.

The Heritage Foundation

Sue's very active in this charitable organization.

Ian Freeman on Twitter

The Twitter feed of Ian Freeman, mutual friend of Sue and myself; a trustee of her favorite charity; and "chaperone" on my first few visits with her.

In The Teddington Studios

These unique photos show Sue and the other Angels rehearsing the "Virtual Striptease" dance number, and other sketches.

Laurie D Designs

The handmade-jewelry business owned and run by Lorraine Doyle, "Love Machine" alumna and Sue's fellow Angel.

Louise English Fan Centre

A fan site for Louise English, Sue's fellow Angel and good friend. Includes lots of information on her career and forthcoming theatrical appearances.

Sue @ the IMDb

Sue's entry in the Internet Movie Database.

Wonder Gran

Sue's alter ego, Wonder Gran's, entry in the International Encyclopedia of Superheroes. Includes details of her occupation, enemies, base of operations, powers and abilities, and history.


Any other relevant sites? Email Erik Larsen.
This page last updated October 14, 2016.