Dorothy Paul is our Patron and has been a great advocate of FASS.
Dorothy Paul was born Dorothy Pollock in 1937. She was born in Dennistoun, Glasgow and went to Whitehill Secondary School.
Dorothy started off her working carer as a junior in a clothing shop in 1952. She got her break in theater after winning a talent competition. Following Dorothys starring role in Aladdin at Edinburgh's Palladium Theater in 1957, pantomime became a career-long event. She then went on to star in variety with other comedy greats such as Jack Milroy and Johnny Beattie.
Dorothy joined Scottish Television, starring in The One O'clock Gang in 1959, then went on to host Housecall and appeared in many shows including The Steamie, The Celtic Story and Still Game. She also had film roles in Bookie and Festival.
Dorothy is is an actress, comedian and entertainer, best known for her stage shows often performed at the Pavilion Theater in Glasgow. Her highly acclaimed one-woman shows including Now That's Her, Now That's Her Again, The Full Dorothy and A Happy Medium.
When not touring the country, Dorothy enjoys a quiet life in the West End of Glasgow.As well as fulfilling her role as a doting Grandmother, Dorothy enjoys painting water colours, hill walking and gardening.