Her relationship with her adoptive parents had been strained, and to the police and press it seemed logical she was the killer.
She began her career at the age of twelve in the pantomime Cinderella at the Golders Green Hippodrome starring Arthur Askey as a member of Terry's Juveniles.
She then became a student at the Corona Stage School in Hammersmith, West London.
Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter' 1968 , 'Villain' 1971 , 'Alfie Darling' 1976 and 'Silver Dream Racer' 1980 , Walt Disney's 'The Spaceman and King Arthur' 1979 , she also played the non-saucy role of Rosie Noggett in various Robin Askwith 'Confessions' films.
She was then employed for five years as special advisor to Howard Hampton and the Ontario New Democratic Party and worked as media and communications director for the party's.
However, at 20 she married Colin and got pregnant soon.