Gilly Flower

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Gilly Flower
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Birth name Gertrude Adele Jacobs
Born August 26, 1908 in London, England
Died February 17, 2001 in Surrey, England
Notable Roles Miss Tibbs in Fawlty Towers
Notable Episodes Fawlty Towers: 2x04 - The Kipper and the Corpse
Awards None
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Gilly Flower was a British actress best known for her role as Miss Tibbs in the British sitcom Fawlty Towers.

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Biography

Born in London, England, she made her film debut in the 1932 film The New Hotel. Among numerous film and TV appearances, she is most famous for playing Miss Abitha Tibbs, who, along with Miss Ursula Gatsby, was one of two "old dears" who were permanent residents of the titular hotel in the British sitcom Fawlty Towers. She retired from acting in 1991.

Roles

Starring Roles

Series Role Year(s) Season(s)
Emma Nanny 1972 1
Fawlty Towers Miss Tibbs 1979 1 2
Blood Money Molly Irons 1981 1

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
The Wednesday Play The Unconfident #4 1x16 - The Confidence Course February 24, 1965
Play for Today Extra 1x04 - Angels Are So Few November 5, 1970
The Liver Birds 2x12 - Episode Seventeen March 25, 1971
Steptoe and Son 7x03 - Oh What a Beautiful Mourning March 6, 1972
Z Cars Customer 8x17 - Skin Game January 11, 1973
Thriller Miss Cardiff 2x06 - K Is for Killing March 2, 1974
Steptoe and Son 8x06 - Seance in a Wet Rag and Bone Yard October 10, 1974
The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin Customer in Shop 2x03 - Jimmy's Offer October 5, 1977
Angels 4x11 - The Visitor June 19, 1978
Terry and June Mrs. Good 4x05 - The Auction February 2, 1982
Juliet Bravo Old Lady 4x08 - Doors October 22, 1983
Only Fools and Horses Miss Tibbs 3x01 - Homesick November 10, 1983
That's My Boy Lady White 3x05 - Unfair Dismissal May 25, 1984
Lenny Henry Tonite 1x01 - Pratt Outta Hell September 4, 1986
Hello Mum unknown 1x02 - Episode Two March 2, 1987

Specials and Made-for-TV Movies

Talk, News and Game Show Appearances

Memorable Moments

Awards and Accolades

Trivia