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In 1985, by now recovered, Haddy was invited to take the role of Helen Daniels in the new serial Neighbours.Reg Watson, who had returned to his homeland in 1973 after being the first producer of the much-maligned British serial Crossroads, created Helen to destroy the myth that all mothers-in-law were battleaxes.Doctors were convinced she would not survive, but she confounded them by staging a remarkable recovery.
Born an only child in Quorn, South Australia, in 1927, she invented characters, dressed up and produced plays with other children.
After several illnesses, Helen was last seen (in an episode shown in the UK in April 1998) dying peacefully at home as she watched a video of her grandson Scott's 1988 wedding to Charlene, recalling for viewers the soap's glory days when Jason Donovan and Kylie Minogue made teenage hearts flutter. When she left the serial in 1997, Haddy was the only surviving member of its original cast.
During her final years in the serial, Haddy bemoaned the increasing amount of sex in the programme: There's been more sex brought into Neighbours, particularly more teenage sex, which is sad. She was also the longest-running, although veterans Anne Charleston and Ian Smith, who joined Neighbours in its first two years, later returned to it.
I have nothing against sex, but there can be too much of it on TV. In 1988, the programme and Anne Haddy's popularity were honoured when Oxford University undergraduates made her an honorary member of Corpus Christi College.
Anne Haddy, actress: born Quorn, South Australia 5 October 1927; married first Max Dimmitt (one son, one daughter; marriage dissolved), second James Condon; died Melbourne, Victoria 6 June 1999.
Eight years later, she collapsed from a heart attack and had to have bypass surgery. Then, she discovered she had cancer of the stomach, but it was diagnosed early and the growth was removed.