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Patsy Kensit

Actress
Female
Born Mar 4, 1968
Age 46
Hometown Hounslow
Height 5' 5" (166 cm)
Weight 130 lb (59 kg)
Measurements 35 C -25-37
Nationality English
Other Names Kensit, Patricia ...

Patricia Jude Francis "Patsy" Kensit is an English actress, singer, model and former child star, known for her television and film appearances. Her films include Lethal Weapon 2 and she has been married to rock stars Jim Kerr and Liam Gallagher, as well as herself fronting the band Eighth Wonder. In May 2004 she returned to television acting, taking the role of Sadie King in the ITV soap opera Emmerdale.… Read More

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CHILDHOOD

1968 Birth Born on March 4, 1968.
1972 4 Years Old At the age of four, Kensit appeared in a television advert for Birds Eye frozen peas. In 1972, she had her first big screen role in the film For the Love of Ada. … Read More

TEENAGE

1981 13 Years Old She also appeared as Estella in a BBC adaptation of Great Expectations in 1981 and as Lady Margaret Plantagenet in the 1982 BBC production of Shakespeare's Richard III.
1985 17 Years Old In 1985 Kensit led a dual career as a singer and an actress. … Read More
1986 18 Years Old In 1986, she won the lead female role in the film version of Absolute Beginners, based on the book by Colin MacInnes.
1987 19 Years Old In November 1987, she sang a duet with the Italian singer and songwriter, Eros Ramazzotti, entitled 'La luce buona delle stelle', which in English translates to 'The Good Light of the Stars'

TWENTIES

1988 20 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1988, Kensit's band Eighth Wonder had two Top 40 singles ("I'm Not Scared", written and produced by the Pet Shop Boys, which reached Number 7 in the British charts, and "Cross My Heart", which went up to Number 13, Eighth Wonder appeared on Top of the Pops, while Kensit also starred as Eppie in an adaptation of Silas Marner, with Ben Kingsley.
1989 21 Years Old Although the band's success quickly waned, "I'm Not Scared" appeared in the 1989 film Lethal Weapon 2, in which Kensit, now focused solely on being an actress, played Rika van den Haas, a South African consulate secretary with whom cop Martin Riggs (played by Mel Gibson) falls in love.
1991 23 Years Old Following Lethal Weapon 2, she appeared in the 1991 independent feature, Twenty-One for which she was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead. … Read More
1992 24 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1992, she had a leading role in the British film Blame it on the Bellboy as Miss Carolyn Wright, a desperate estate agent in Venice who would stop at nothing to clinch a deal.
1993 25 Years Old During her second marriage, she gave birth to her first child, James in 1993.
1995 27 Years Old In 1995, Kensit starred in Angels & Insects, with Kristin Scott Thomas and Mark Rylance, which was nominated for an Academy Award for Costume Design and directed by Philip Haas. … Read More

THIRTIES

1999 - 2004 3 More Events
2005 37 Years Old 1 More Event
In September and October 2005 she appeared as a celebrity contestant in Ant & Dec's Gameshow Marathon, progressing through to Play Your Cards Right before being eliminated by Carol Vorderman, the eventual winner of the series.
Kensit was a special guest host on The Friday Night Project on 23 June 2006 with band Placebo.
2007 39 Years Old Kensit later became involved with the DJ Jeremy Healy and announced that she was marrying for a fourth time on 29 November 2007. On 31 March 2008 it was reported that the pair had split by mutual consent and had called off their wedding. They eventually married on 18 April 2009, in an event covered by a magazine, but the Daily Mail reported in February 2010 that the couple had separated. … Read More

FORTIES

2010 42 Years Old 1 More Event
On 14 March 2010, it was revealed that Kensit had decided to quit her role in Holby City. … Read More
2012 44 Years Old She narrated Channel 4 documentary Sex, Lies and Rinsing Guys, which was broadcast on 15 May 2012.
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