Endeavour has been proving a hit amongst fans of Inspector Morse.
The acclaimed British detective drama set in Oxford has a few notable stars in its cast including Roger Allam who featured in Heartbeat and the film V for Vendetta, and played Anton Lesser from Game of Thrones.
In tonight’s episode (July 23), ‘Colours’, there is a special appearance from someone who is related to ‘A Touch of Frost’ star.
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Caroline Goodall will be appearing as Lady Bayswater in an episode where Endeavour Morse is investigating a murder at an army base and racial tensions at a hair salon.
Caroline has been in a long list of TV and film roles herself beginning way back in 1978 when she starred in the children’s show – The Moon Stallion.
She’s been on our screens for more than 40 years
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Since her debut, she’s featured as an actor in shows like Midsomer Murders, Rumpole of the Bailey and more recently The Crown.
Her film career has seen her in The Princess Diaries and fantasy horror movie Dorian Gray.
The mother of two is now 61 but carries on her acting career and will be starring in the film ‘The Bay of Silence’ which she wrote and produced herself.
Caroline has connections to another actor and TV personality in her family.
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Her sister Victoria was married to Scotsman Dallas Campbell until 2019.
Dallas, now 50, is best known for presenting The Gadget Show back in 2008 and the BBC One science series Bang Goes the Theory from 2009 to 2012.
He began his career in his 20s when he appeared in the play Who is Eddie Linden at the Old Red Lion in Islington in 1995, starring alongside Michael Deacon.
He also appeared in the longest play ever performed – The Warp – which lasted over 24 hours.
His link to ITV come to the fore as he appeared in one episode of A Touch of Frost alongside David Jason.
His career took more of a scientific path as he presented BBC’s treasure hunters where he went on a journey to track down some of the globes’ natural and man-made treasures.
Most recently he chaired The Sky at Night at Warwick University as part of the British Science Festival.
Endeavour will air on ITV tonight at 8.30.