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Who's Who

Cast Members

John Alkin
Frank Skinner
Spencer Banks

Simon Randall
John Barcroft
Doctor Bukov
John Barron
Morgan C. Devereaux
Peggy Thorpe Bates
Doctor Edith Joynton
Derek Benfield

Frank Skinner
Cheryl Burfield

Liz Skinner
Sandor Eles
Gottfried
Ian Fairbairn
Alpha 4 / Dr. Frazer
David Graham
Controller 2957
Merdel Jordine
Vera
Mary Larkin
Maria
Robert Oates
Larry
Mary Preston
Beth
Denis Quilley
Traynor
Iris Russell
Jean Skinner
Teri Scoble
Miss Stebbins / Alpha 16
John Swindells
Pitman
Derek Sydney
DeSarem
Royston Tickner
George Bradley


Production

Ruth Boswell
Creator / script editor
John Cooper
Producer / Director
Peter Fairley
Introductions
Edouard Michael
Theme music composer
Victor Pemberton
Writer
Bruce Stewart
Writer

 

Teri Scoble (Miss Stebbins / Alpha 16)

 

Miss Stebbins is Commander Traynor's secretary at Whitehall. She is an efficient worker and doesn't appear to suffer fools. She becomes part of the Alpha cloning programme and Liz and Simon meet two of her (many) clones, Alphas 16 and 17, when they witness the future of the Burn Up.

  Teri (Teresa) Scoble trained at the Corona Academy Stage School. She is well-experienced in dance and has been choreographer on a number of high profile productions and shows.

Along with her twin sister, Lesley, she has also appeared in number of unusual acting roles over the years including playing siamese twins in David Lynch's The Elephant Man and (again with her sister) was one of the alien children in the classic British SF thiller, The Village of the Damned.

She is a British Equity Councillor and a member of the Choreographers' Committee and Health & Safety Forum and has acted as an expert witness for Equity's solictitors in a number of personal injury case. Teri is in demand as a theatre school teacher and recently devised, produced and choreographed productions of "When I Was Your Age" and "Milly, Lenny and Mum." She can currently be seen as the mother in the Five children's adventures series, Morris 2274.


Teri Scoble's credits include:

Film:
Village of the Damned
The Elephant Man with Lesley Scoble

Television:
Morris 2274 (Channel Five - 2003) as Mum
Harry and Cosh (Channel Five - 2001/2) as Mrs Rankin
Ghostbusters of Finchley Park (BBC2) as Colleen Yorke
The Frankie Vaughn Show (BBC1)
Babes in the Woods (BBC)
Children in Need (BBC1)
On Your Way Reilly (as dancer/choreographer)
Timeslip - The Year of the Burn Up (ATV - 1970) as Miss Stebbins / Alpha 16
Timeslip - The Day of the Clone (ATV - 1970) as Miss Stebbins

Extensive work at Granada TV as dancer/choreographer includes:
Lift Off with Ayshea
Shang-a-lang (with The Bay City Rollers)
Look Alive
Breakers
The Paul Nicholas Show
Marc (with Marc Bolam)
Pop Gospel
Get It Together
Dance Crazy

Theatre work includes:
Royal Gala (2001 - Theatre Royal, Windsor) as choreographer
The Best of Broadway (England and Norway) as choreographer
Showboat as dancer
West Side Story (Bill Kenwright tour and West End) as Teresita
The Sleeping Beauty (Ashcroft Theatre, Croydon) as Lilac Fairy
Side by Side by Sondheim (Tour) as choreographer
The Pyjama Game (Regional Production) as choreographer
Jack and the Beanstalk (E & B) four productions
Babes in the Wood (E & B) four productions
Mother Goose (E & B)
Robinson Crusoe (E & B)
Dick Whittington (E & B) four productions
Goldilocks & the Three Bears (E & B) two productions as Mother Bear

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