Jacki Piper is an English film and television actress.
A natural acting talent, Jacki gained invaluable experience with the Birmingham Repertory Company, before making her television debut in an episode of Softly, Softly (1966-1976). She went on to land her first film role as Roger Moore's secretary in the 1970 thriller The Man Who Haunted Himself, appearing later that year at the end of the Leslie Phillips romp Doctor in Trouble.
Uniquely put under a three year contract with Peter Rogers, Jacki appeared in all but one of the Carry On Films made between 1969 and 1972, the exception being Carry On Henry. Subsequent films included The Love Ban in 1973 for Peter Rogers' producer wife Betty Box.
- ↑ Classic Carry on Film Collection Issue 24