written with Paul W.T. Ballard
Daughter of renowned star
of stage and screen Jack Watling, Deborah has entertained millions in a
career which spans over fifty years.
From her early successes in
series such as The Invisible Man, The Power Game and Out Of The Unknown,
through to her iconic role as the scream queen Victoria Waterfield in
Doctor Who, film roles opposite Cliff Richard and David Essex, and as
the notorious ‘Naughty’ Norma in Danger UXB, Deborah has endeared
herself to a broad spectrum of fans.
For the first time, in her own words, Deborah recalls the highs and lows
of working onstage and infront of the camera, the behind-the-scenes
personal struggles, and reminisces about working with a whole variety of
famous acting names, including the late great Patrick Troughton.
The special edition
will be individually numbered and signed by Deborah herself along with
an extra photo section featuring
over a dozen
never before published colour photos from the filming of
the 1967 Doctor Who story
The Abominable Snowmen.
in the limited edition hard back will be a treatment for
a series entitled
House of Watling. This comedy was due to be
launched by ITV in the early eighties and would have
seen the whole family playing themselves in a variety of
real life situations. This is the first time the full
premise will be made available to the public.
DADDY'S GIRL: IN PICTURES
together and researching the photos for Daddy’s Girl it
soon came apparent that we were spoilt for choice”, explains
publisher, Dexter O’Neill, “therefore we are able to bring you a
separate full colour photo supplement, which includes a whole
host of never before seen professional and family photos, as
well as a variety of rarities – not included in the
Daddy’s Girl: In
will be released alongside the autobiography, priced £6.99.