‘Childhood Icon’ Dies at Age 74

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July 06, 2017Jul 06, 2017

Carol Lee Scott, actress and singer, passed away at age 74 after losing her battle with cancer. She was best-known for her role as Grotbags the witch in the two children’s British series, ‘Emu’s World’ and ‘Grotbags’.

However, she also played a few other television roles. Among her roles in the UK, Scott starred in the movie 'The Aftermath', a 1980’s thriller film in the U.S.

In addition to acting, Scott was a singer. She released two albums and two singles, including her most popular song titled, ‘Little Bit of Love’.

Many fans took to social media to share their warm thoughts. The Guardian mentions that comedian Rufus Hound from the UK, stated she was an ‘icon’ for his generation.

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Watch a clip from ‘Grotbags’ below:

Please join us in prayer for her friends, family, and loved ones. Thank you!