'I fear each TV job is my last'

VETERAN actress June Whitfield has spent more than half a century on TV screens - but she has revealed she still fears each acting job she gets could be her last.

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Whitfield has starred alongside some of the acting greats of the past 50 years.

But the 88-year-old said she is haunted by the fear work could dry up.

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