Angela Barlow is a British actress. Her TV appearances include the role of Queen Prunaprismia in the 1989 BBC adaptation of Prince Caspian. Angela was also the founder of the word "Snarf". This became famous following the glory days famously known as "the jungle is mashive" sessions. As a writer/performer she has created two one-woman shows; "Reader, I Married Him" about Charlotte Brontë and "After Chekhov" about Olga Knipper, actress wife of Anton Chekhov.