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Barbara Windsor Net Worth: Barbara Windsor was a British actress who had a net worth of $13 million at the time of her death. Barbara Windsor died on December 10, 2020 at the age of 83.
She married her third husband, Scott Mitchell, in 2000.
She had a guest role opposite David Tennant in Doctor Who.
Windsor, who plays Peggy Mitchell on the soap, is thrilled after having her “turkey neck” lifted, liposuction on her stomach, as well as having a scar and a lump on her thigh removed. “I look and feel like a woman in her 50s,” she told the newspaper.
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“I miss ‘EastEnders.’ I loved it. But I was exhausted when I left. They asked me to go back recently – they’ve asked a few times. I am tempted! But my husband Scott says you have to really think about it. Because, towards the end, I was so exhausted and not sleeping at night. I’m not quite ready for it.”Barbara Windsor
“Jessie Wallace was the first time I erupted. She was late, she was young. She’s not like that any more. I lost my temper. It was silly and I burst into tears and ran up to the producer. I said I had been terrible and amateur.”Barbara Windsor
“I found myself in the doldrums in the early Nineties. I was too old to play the dolly bird any longer and I looked too young to play a woman of my real age. No one ever saw me as the aunt, mother or grandmother.”Barbara Windsor
“I have had the most wonderful time on ‘EastEnders’ and I will miss you all. The show has changed my life and I want you all to continue the good work, because I’ll be at home watching you.”Barbara Windsor
“I’ve been incredibly lucky. I’ve worked in two iconic shows, ‘Carry On’ and ‘EastEnders.’ If it all ended tomorrow – and it could – I’d just be terribly grateful. I’ve been fortunate enough to do what I love and get paid for it.”Barbara Windsor