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Born: November 15, 1932 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Surrey, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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Made a Commander of the British Empire in 1997.

On the reaction of the British press to her 1961 marriage to Frenchman Claude Wolff, Petula Clark told The Guardian (February 20, 2002): "Oh, they didn't want sexiness. Sex was definitely out. My God! Our Pet's married a foreigner and a Frenchman what's more. Don't even go there! ... our Pet was sexless or asexual anyway."

"I have different homes. I suppose London is my slippers- type home - I feel comfortable here. Paris is more of a spiritual home. And New York is the buzz. I enjoy the competition and toughness of New York. It's like the song - if you can make it there, you can make it anywhere - and New York has always been great to me. And Geneva is a wonderful place to put your feet up and listen to ... the silence." --Clark to The Guardian, February 20, 2002.

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