Pik Sen Lim Net Worth

Pik Sen Lim was born on September 15, 1944 in  Penang, Malaysia, Malaysia, is Actress. Pik-Sen Lim was born to Chinese parents in Penang, Malaysia. She came to London at the age of sixteen to learn drama. Her big break came in 1964 when she appeared in the long-running hospital drama series Emergency-Ward 10 (1957) where she was cast as the first Chinese nurse on British television. One of the series writers was Don Houghton, who also originated Take the High Road (1980), who became her husband until his death in 1991. Their daughter, Sara Houghton, is also an actress and they appeared on stage together in 2005 as mother and daughter in the play 'Three Thousand Troubled Threads.' Pik-Sen's best known television role is probably as the vehement Chinese communist in the comedy series Mind Your Language (1977). She also appeared in Doctor Who (1963) in an episode written by her husband and in the 2000s says she is being recognized all over again for her role in the TV sketch show Little Britain (2003)
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress
Birth Day September 15, 1944
Birth Place  Penang, Malaysia, Malaysia
Age 76 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Libra
Occupation Actress
Years active 1964–present
Spouse(s) Don Houghton

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Biography/Timeline

1964

In 1964, she appeared in the hospital drama series Emergency – Ward 10, playing a nurse. There she met scriptwriter Don Houghton, whom she married. Her daughter by him, Sara Houghton, is also an Actress, and they were once cast as mother and daughter in Three Thousand Troubled Threads.

1971

She also appeared in Don Houghton scripted Doctor Who serial The Mind of Evil in 1971, and the first three seasons of the sitcom Mind Your Language speaking Penang Hokkien as her Chinese language. Here, she had to speak in an exaggerated, stereotyped Chinese accent, even though her English is perfect. Her later appearances are roles in the short lived soap operas Albion Market (1985) and Night and Day (2003), as well as Arabian Nights (2000), The Bill (2005), and as a character in the comedy series Little Britain (2004).