Knowledge Identifier: +Kenneth_Williams
Williams is commemorated by a blue plaque at the address of his father's barber shop in Marchmont Street, London, where he lived from 1935 to 1956
Lorraine Chase - Her first acting role following her Campari advertisements in the 1970s was in a play, "The Undertaking", starring Kenneth Williams
Emmanuelle - The 1978 spoof "Carry On Emmannuelle" starred Kenneth Williams as the French ambassador to London
Billy Dainty - On 14 January 1979, Dainty taped a guest spot on "Star Turn", a BBC children's programme, on which one of the other guests was Kenneth Williams
Barbara Windsor - In 1981 she played sex-mad landlady Kath in Joe Orton's black comedy "Entertaining Mr Sloane" at the Lyric Hammersmith, directed by her friend Kenneth Williams
Billy Dainty - "The Kenneth Williams Diaries", edited by Russell Davies, published 1993 by Harper Collins Ironically, after reading Dainty's obituary in the newspaper following his death, Williams said: "He was a delight
In September 2010, a plaque commissioned by the British Comedy Society was unveiled in the foyer of the New Diorama Theatre by the Mayor of Camden accompanied by David Benson, the actor known for his performances of his own work dedicated to Williams, "Think No Evil of Us - My Life With Kenneth Williams"