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Janine Duvitski (Christine Janine Drzewicki) was born on 28 June, 1952 in Lancaster, is a British actress.

Popular As Christine Janine Drzewicki
Occupation Actress
Age 68 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 28 June 1952
Birthday 28 June
Birthplace Lancaster

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Who Is Janine Duvitski’s Husband?

Her husband is Paul Bentall (m. 1983)

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Husband Paul Bentall (m. 1983)
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Children Ruby Bentall, Edith Bentall, Jack Bentall, Albert Bentall

Janine Duvitski Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million – $5 Million
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Source of Income Actress

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Duvitski played the Vegetable Fairy in the 2017 Sunderland Empire Theatre pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk. In 2019 she played Mummy Bear in Goldilocks and the Three Bears at the London Palladium.


In 2015 Duvitski starred in the BBC sitcom Boy Meets Girl. In 2017 she appeared as Mrs Leydon, the Chapel assistant, in BBC’s mockumentary Hospital People.


In 2007 she appeared on stage in the revival of English National Opera’s On the Town. The production, which also included veteran British comic actress June Whitfield, saw Duvitski give a “touching comic account of Lucy Schmeeler, Hildy’s homely roommate”.


She has also appeared in the one-off production of Blue Remembered Hills by Dennis Potter, as well as in episodes of Foyle’s War (“Fifty Ships”), Brush Strokes, Cowboys, Citizen Smith, Minder, Midsomer Murders (1998), My Family, Man About the House, The Georgian House, The New Statesman, The Black Stuff by Alan Bleasdale, The Knowledge, Z-Cars, The Worst Week of My Life, Little Dorrit, Still Open All Hours and, in 2013, as Emily Scuttlebutt in the CBeebies show Old Jack’s Boat.


Duvitski’s principal television credits include the roles of Jane Edwards in Waiting for God (1990–1994), Pippa Trench in One Foot in the Grave (1990–2000), and Jacqueline Stewart in Benidorm (2007–2018). In the BBC’s Vanity Fair she played Mrs Crawley. She has also appeared on Lily Savage’s Blankety Blank.


Duvitski had a small role opposite Laurence Olivier and Donald Pleasence in Dracula (1979), and appeared in the 1980 rock music film Breaking Glass. She also appeared in Michael Crichton’s The First Great Train Robbery (1978), The Madness of King George (1994), About a Boy (2002), The New World (2005) and Angel (2007).


Duvitski first came to national attention in Abigail’s Party, written and directed in 1977 by Mike Leigh. The play opened in April 1977 at the Hampstead Theatre, returning after its initial run in the summer of 1977, with a total of 104 performances. A suburban comedy of manners, the play is a satire on the aspirations and tastes of the new middle class that had emerged in Britain in the 1970s. In November 1977 an abridged version of the play, lasting 104 minutes, was recorded as a BBC Play for Today. Duvitski plays Angela, a nurse, wife of Tony Cooper, appearing meek and somewhat childlike, unintelligent and tactless. She comes into her own only when host Laurence Moss suffers his fatal heart attack at the climax of the play.


Janine Duvitski (born Christine Janine Drzewicki, 28 June 1952) is an English actress, known for her roles in the BBC television sitcom series Waiting for God, One Foot in the Grave and Benidorm. Duvitski first came to national attention in the play Abigail’s Party, written and directed in 1977 by Mike Leigh.