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She also directed A Midsummer Night's Dream for the RSC on tour and directed The Critic at the National Theatre.She was also associate artistic director of the Cambridge Theatre Company.But thankfully, Lee Latchford-Evans of real, actual Steps fame was there to swoop in and correct the website on their misinformation.Commenting on the post from his OWN Facebook account (more on that in a minute), Lee rubbished the rumours and actually explained how the choreographer came up with the idea to include the vertical hand movement we all know and love. How were we unaware of this information for so long?Hancock trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art before starting her career in repertory theatre.Hancock went on to perform in plays and musicals in London, and her Broadway debut in Entertaining Mr Sloane (1966) earned her a Tony Award nomination for Best Lead Actress in Play.Her first big television role was as Carol in the BBC sitcom The Rag Trade in the early 1960s.
After wartime evacuation, Hancock attended the Dartford County Grammar School and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.Her other television credits include Doctor Who, Kavanagh QC (opposite her husband, John Thaw), Gone to the Dogs, Brighton Belles, East Enders, The Russian Bride, Bedtime, Fortysomething, Feather Boy, Bleak House, New Tricks, Hustle and The Catherine Tate Show.In 2008, she played the part of a terminally ill patient who travelled to Switzerland to have an assisted suicide in one of The Last Word monologues for the BBC.In 2009, she played Liz in The Rain Has Stopped, part of the BBC daytime mini-series Moving On. In 2010, she presented Suffragette City (a part of A History of the World series), telling the story of suffragette movement through objects from the Museum of London's collection.In January 2016 she made a guest appearance in an episode of the BBC medical drama Casualty.