|The Weakest Link||2002 2000 - 2002||Actor||Host||20027|
|Midnight Movie Massacre||1987||Actor||Dr Van Buren||19877|
|Doctor Who||2005 2005||Voice||Anne Droid||20056|
|Heatwave||2001 2000 - 2001||Actor||n/a||20017|
|Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited- The Ninth Doctor||2014 2013 - 2014||Voice||of Anne Droid||20146|
|The 28th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards||2001 2000 - 2001||Actor||n/a||20017|
|Hired by the Daily Mail as a journalist; reportedly the only female reporter on the tabloid's staff at that time|
|Americanized version of "The Weakest Link" premiered on NBC in April|
|Worked in London for a news agency|
|Served as main anchor for the consumer affairs program "Watchdog"|
|Wrote for London's Sunday Times|
|After breakup of first marriage, developed a dependency on alcohol|
|Was host of the British TV news series "Points of View" (BBC)|
|Began writing an opinion column|
|Hired as editor at Daily Mirror|
|John Penrose||Husband||married in 1980; separated in 1990; reconciled c. 1992 after being separated for two and one-half years|
|Anne Robinson||Mother||owned a poultry stall at Liverpool's St John's market|
|Charles Wilson||Husband||met when they worked together at the Daily Mail; later became an editor at the London Times; married in 1968; divorced in 1973; had custody of daughter Emma following divorce|
|Emma Wilson||Daughter||born c. 1970; was subject of bitter custody battle between her parents in 1973, with her father eventually winning custody|
|"My role makes Dynasty's Joan Collins, the last British bitch to appear on American TV, look like Mother Teresa." --Anne Robinson quoted in The Daily Telegraph, January 12, 2001.|
|"Because having done 'Watchdog' for eight years and making corporate heads terrified of me, people would say, 'Will you stand next to my washing machine? It doesn't work and I want to send the manufacturer a picture.'"-- Anne Robinson Eonline|
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