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The Telegraph: Money – Fame and Fortune

December 12th, 2017

telegraph17aSu Pollard: ‘My last Hi-de-Hi royalty cheque was for £11.20′

Actress and singer Su Pollard, 68, came to fame as Peggy Ollerenshaw in Hi-de-Hi!, BBC One’s iconic Eighties comedy. She later starred in You Rang, M’Lord? and Oh, Doctor Beeching! She had a number two hit single, Starting Together, in 1986, and has toured the UK as a singer.

She has performed in many musicals, theatre productions, pantomimes, and has also toured with her own one-woman show. Su lives in London.

How did your childhood influence your work ethic and attitude towards money?

I was taught a good work ethic by both parents. My dad started off in the woodyard, making packing cases for Player’s, the cigarette manufacturers, and worked his way up to become a data processing clerk.

My mother worked part-time at the same factory. She impressed upon my sister and myself that you always do your very best, work as hard as you can, and then hopefully things improve in life.

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