Earlene Bentley

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Earlene Bentley is an actress, known for Batman Begins (2005), Play for Today (1970) and Forbidden Kingdom (2014). See full bio »

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Known For

Batman Begins Arkham Asylum Nurse
(2005)
(1975)
Forbidden Kingdom Nyanechka
(2014)
Police Academy Soundtrack
(1984)

Filmography

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 2016 Homefront: The Revolution (Video Game) (voice)
 2014 Forbidden Kingdom
Nyanechka (as Erlin Bentli)
 2005 Batman Begins
Arkham Asylum Nurse
 2004 Doctors (TV Series)
Maggie Coombes
- Look Ma, No Hands (2004) ... Maggie Coombes
 1994 Wild Justice (TV Movie)
Female Army Sergeant
 1976 Gangsters (TV Series)
Singer
- Incident Five (1976) ... Singer
- Incident One (1976) ... Singer
 1975 Play for Today (TV Series)
Singer
- Gangsters (1975) ... Singer
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 1984 Police Academy (performer: "The Boys Come to Town")
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 1979-1980 Search for a Star (TV Series)
Self / Self - Contestant
- Episode #1.7 (1980) ... Self
- Episode #1.3 (1979) ... Self - Contestant

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Other Works:

She acted in Howard Sackler's play, "The Great White Hope," at the Tricycle Theatre in London, England with Hugh Quarshie, Ed Bishop, Colin Bruce, Dominic Hawksley, Joan Heal, Mark Heath, Leon Herbert, Barry Jackson, Terence Longden, John Matshikiza, Michael Melia and Terry Mortimer in the cast. Nicholas Kent was director.

Alternate Names:

Erlin Bentli

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