Barbara Flyn death – Obituary, Cause Of Death
Barbara Flynn (Barbara Joey McMurray; August 5, 1948) is an English actress. She became famous for her first role as Freda Ashton in the ITV TV series “Family at War” (1970–1972).  She continued to play in the BBC comedy “Open All Day” (1981-1985), “Bedbeck Trilogy” (1985-1988) in Jill Swinburne (1985-1988), BBC series “A Kind of Extraordinary “Special Practice” (1986-1988) plays the role of a nanny. , Judith Fitzgerald starred in the ITV TV series “Cracker” (1993–1995), and Mrs. Jamieson in “Cranford” (2007– 2009). In her own words, she tends to play “lively and strong woman”
Flynn was born on the Sea of St Leonards in Sussex. Her Irish father, Dr. James McMurray, is a pathologist. Her mother is Joey (or Joyce) Crawford Hurst. Flynn attended St. Mary’s Catholic Elementary School in Hastings. She then received training at the City Hall School of Music and Drama (where she won a gold medal in 1968), and then appeared in the Repertory Theatre.
Flynn married TV producer and science writer Jeremy Taylor in 1982. The couple gave birth to a son Linus in 1990. Taylor passed away on October 17, 2017.