‘Thunderbirds’ Actress Sylvia Anderson Dies Aged 88 | TV News
Thunderbirds was one of the shows that made my childhood, today finding myself shocked by the death of one of the driving forces behind the classic puppet show, Sylvia Anderson, wife of Gerry Anderson.
She provided the voice of Lady Penelope for the show, International Rescue’s British secret agent. BBC News reported that she passed away in her Buckinghamshire show following a short illness.
Her daughter Dee Anderson paid tribute to her mother, saying she was “a mother and a legend“, adding:
“Her intelligence was phenomenal but her creativity and tenacity unchallenged. She was a force in every way.”
RIP Lady Penelope. Parker will take you home now.
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