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Carol Leader

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Carol Leader (born 10 November 1950 in Colchester, Essex) is a former English theatrical and television actress, and psychotherapist. She played Barbara Charlton in Young at Heart from 1980 to 1981, and Sadie Tomkins in Casualty in 1988 and has also been in Flambards, Sally Ann, First and Last (1989), Peak Practice and 1992 TV series Kevin and Co. She has also appeared in UK television series including Late Starter, Tales of the Unexpected, The Bill and The Knock. During the 1970s and 1980s she was a presenter of long-running UK children's TV series Play School, and children's TV show Chock-A-Block, co-presented with fellow former Play School host Fred Harris. Leader's acting career began at the University of York where she studied History and feature in drama productions, including the role of Charlotte Corday in Y.U.D.S. Marat-Sade production in 1971. Despite a successful stage and television career, Leader eventually quit acting and retrained as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist
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