Barbara Armstrong / Hamilton (Episodes 13 - 736)
1990 Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs - Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
1991 Dick Whittington - Rhyl Pavilion
Cornelia passed away in 2018 aged 77 following a battle with bladder cancer.
In 2003 Cornelia released her autobiography 'And What Have You Done Lately'
The book offers a fascinating insight into the professional
and personal lives of one of the most recognisable faces
from Australaian TV history including the real reason
she came to depart from Sons and Daughters.
Note that on the flyers below for her panto appearances
in the UK her name was spelt on the posters as
Francis rather than Frances, this was the same for
any work that Cornelia carried out in the UK as there
was another Cornelia Frances on Equity's books.
Andrew Green (Episodes 342 - 972)
1988 Jack & The Beanstalk - Harlequin Theatre, Redhill
Irene Fisher (Episodes 422 - 738)
2001 Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs - Ferneham Hall, Fareham
Wayne Hamilton (Episodes 2 - 972)
1999 Aladdin - Beck Theatre, Hayes
Other actors to have appeared in Sons and Daughters and also pantomime include...
Jackie Woodburne (Young Patricia) episode 1
Terence Donovan (Tom Chaplin) episodes 680 - 711
Debra Lawrence (Lisa Cook) episodes 323 - 348
Shane Connor (Angel Jones) episodes 894 - 900
Craig McLachlan (Student)
Vanessa Downing (Cheryl Ryan)
Roger Oakley (Doctor)
Sons & Daughters theme tune
Sons and Daughters opening titles from 1987
In November 2020 Via Vision Entertainment in Australia released the complete first year of Sons & Daughters on a 25 disc DVD set.