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She appeared in a cameo role on the BBC radio series Hancock's Half Hour, in an episode commonly known as "Cinderella Hancock" (1955).She appeared in the film A Taste of Honey (1961) which won four BAFTA awards including Best Actress for Bryan and Best British Film .Still maintaining its original structure, the rooms of the hotel have been reconverted into flats, which are rented and owned by local residents.On , Dora – A Gala Charity Show was held at Her Majesty's Theatre in London to raise funds for two charities nominated by Bryan: the Variety Club Children's Charity and the Alzheimer's Society.In 1992, she toured the country including appearing at the Theatre Royal, Brighton, her home town, and starred in London's West End at the Vaudeville Theatre in Kander and Ebb's 70 Girls 70 to great acclaim.
Her father was a salesman and she attended Hathershaw County Primary School in Oldham, Lancashire.
Bryan appeared in the Anglo-Argentine Hitchcockian thriller, Apartment Zero (1988).
The film was directed by Martin Donovan (the Argentine aka: Carlos Enrique Varela y Peralta-Ramos) and starred Hart Bochner and Colin Firth.
A few years later in 2005 her role in Last of the Summer Wine came to an end. Her last screen appearance was in the short film Gone to the Dogs (2006) with Antony Booth.
In 2006, she was intended to appear both in the comedy Rock-a-Hula Rest Home at a pub theatre in Brighton, and in the comedy There's No Place Like a Home, but in both cases she had to withdraw because of her inability to memorise her lines.