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SHE'S not quite a year old, but little Georgia Davison makes her acting debut in Aladdin at Wimbledon Theatre next month.

Georgia will be starring with her mother, actress Sandra Dickinson, and her father, Dr Who actor, Peter Davison, when the show opens for five weeks on December 20.

It is not a proper role and the toddler will only be brought on briefly during the matinees, but Georgia could upstage her mother, who plays Aladdin, and father who plays Wishee-Washee.

Also appearing in the show are Bob Carolgees, Edmund Hockridge, George Sewell, Lena Zavaroni and Jilly Johnson.

American - born Sandra, who met her husband when they first starred together in A Midsummer Night's Dream, said : "It's Peter's idea, he wants to bring Georgia on during a matinee and give her a taste of the stage.

Busy

"We're both so busy rehearsing that we hardly see her, and we miss her. She'll be sitting in the audience and Peter wants to sweep down from the stage and pick her up and bring her on."

Georgia celebrates her first birthday on Christmas Day.


Caption: PLAY SCHOOL: Georgia with parents Peter Davison and Sandra Dickinson.

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  • APA 6th ed.: Grunek, Peter (1985-11-28). Dr Who's baby lined up as a panto star. London Evening Standard p. 3.
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  • Chicago 15th ed.: Grunek, Peter. "Dr Who's baby lined up as a panto star." London Evening Standard, edition, sec., 1985-11-28
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