Lorna Nathan is an English actress and dancer known for the films, "The Great Waltz" and "The Dancing Princesses." She was born in 1944 in Guildford, Surrey, England, which was also the birthplace of Julie Dawn-Cole of "Willie Wonka" fame.
Not much is known about Lorna's life and career. Her first film appearance was in "The Great Waltz" in 1972, followed by the TV shows "Scott On...," "Sez Les," "Happy Ever After" and two episodes of "The Benny Hill Show." She played a tap dancer in the "Pearl & Plain Shopping Center" sketch and a Mexican seniorita in the Mexican Cabaret segment with Eddie Buchanan on December 17, 1975. She also appeared in the "Dance Floor" sketch with Benny Hill and the Olympics tag before returning on February 18, 1976 playing a waitress, a ladies underwear clerk and a back-up singer in the opening number.
She was married in 1982 but later divorced.