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Dawn French’s height is 5ft 0in ( 1.52m )

Dawn Roma French is an English actress, writer, and comedian, best known for starring in and writing for the comedy sketch show French and Saunders with comedy partner Jennifer Saunders and for playing …

Dawn French

Born: October 11, 1957 , Holyhead, United Kingdom
Spouse: Mark Bignell (m. 2013), Lenny Henry (m. 1984–2010)
Books: Oh Dear Silvia
Children: Billie Henry
Dawn French Quote: I’m not a big drinking person and hardly ever have alcohol. Perhaps it’s not sweet enough for my sweet tooth. View More Dawn French Quotes
Filmography: The Vicar of Dibley (1994-2015), The Wrong Mans (2013-2014), Heading Out (2013), The Comic Strip Presents… (1982-2012), Roger & Val Have Just Got In (2010-2012), Psychoville (2009-2011), Lark Rise to Candleford (2008-2011), Little Crackers (2010), Animals United (2010), Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey (2010), Clatterford (2006-2009), Comic Relief 2009 (2009), Coraline (2009), French & Saunders Still Alive (2008), A Bucket o’ French & Saunders (2007), La fille du régiment (2007), Little Britain (2006), Love and Other Disasters (2006), Agatha Christie’s Marple (2006), French and Saunders (1987-2005), The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005), Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004), Wild West (2002-2004), Bosom Pals (2004), Comic Relief 2003: The Big Hair Do (2003), Pongwiffy (2002), Ted and Alice (2002), French & Saunders Live (2000), Watership Down (2000), Maybe Baby (2000), The Nearly Complete and Utter History of Everything (1999), David Copperfield (1999), Let Them Eat Cake (1999), Milk (1999/I), Murder Most Horrid (1991-1999), Treasure Island (1997), Absolutely Fabulous: Absolutely Not! (1997), Sex & Chocolate (1997), Harry Enfield and Chums (1997), I’d Like a Word with You (1997), Stanley Baxter in Reel Terms (1996), The Adventures of Pinocchio (1996), Look at the State We’re In! (1995), The Unpleasant World of Penn & Teller (1994), French and Saunders Live (1993), The Legends of Treasure Island (1993), Screen One (1993), Jackanory (1993), In Dreams (1992), Absolutely Fabulous (1992), The Tale of Little Pig Robinson (1990), The Best of ‘The Lenny Henry Show’ (1990), Hit and Run (1990), The Jim Henson Hour (1989), The Storyteller (1988), Eat the Rich (1987), Girls on Top (1985-1986), Lenny Henry Tonite (1986), Happy Families (1985), The Supergrass (1985), The Lenny Henry Show (1984-1985), The Young Ones (1982-1984), The Comic Strip (1981), The Balance Sheet Barrier (1977), Absolutely Fabulous (), Roger & Val Have Just Got In (2010-2012), Little Crackers (2010), French & Saunders Still Alive (2008), A Bucket o’ French & Saunders (2007), French and Saunders (), Absolutely Fabulous (2001), French & Saunders Live (2000), The Nearly Complete and Utter History of Everything (1999), Absolutely Fabulous: Absolutely Not! (1997), French and Saunders Live (1993), Comic Relief (1991), Girls on Top (), Comic Relief (1986/II), The Comic Strip Presents… (1983-1986), An Evening for Nicaragua (1983), The Comic Strip (1981), Lark Rise to Candleford (2008), Clatterford (2006-2008), The Vicar of Dibley (2007), French and Saunders (1987-2004), Roger & Val Have Just Got In (2010-2012), The Graham Norton Show (2007-2014), This Morning (2006-2012), Skavlan (2012), Pride of Britain Awards (2012), Loose Women (2008-2012), Lorraine (2012), Superstar (2012), Ben Elton: Laughing at the 80s (2011), Michael Bublé: Home for Christmas (2011), Catherine Tate: Laughing at the Noughties (2011), Jennifer Saunders: Laughing at the 90s (2011), 50 Greatest Harry Potter Moments (2011), Ruth Jones’ Easter Treat (2011), The Xtra Factor (2010), The 7PM Project (2010), The One Show (2008-2010), Later with Jools Holland (2010), Paul O’Grady Live (2010), The Million Pound Bike Ride: A Sport Relief Special (2010), Victoria Wood: Seen on TV (2009), Coraline: The Making of ‘Coraline’ (2009), Coraline: U-Control Picture in Picture (2009), Coraline: Voicing the Characters (2009), Alan Carr: Chatty Man (2009), Queens of British Pop (2009), The New Paul O’Grady Show (2005-2009), Happy Hour (2008), More Dawn French’s Boys Who Do Comedy (2007), Parkinson (1999-2007), The Vicar of Dibley’s 40 Greatest Moments (2007), The F Word (2007), A Taste of My Life (2007), Comic Relief 2007: The Big One (2007), Comic Relief Does Car Booty (2007), Comic Relief Does Fame Academy (2005-2007), The Story of Dibley (2007), Dawn French’s Boys Who Do Comedy (2007), Jools’s Annual Hootenanny (2004-2006), More Dawn French’s Girls Who Do: Comedy (2006), Davina (2006), Dawn French’s Girls Who Do: Comedy (2006), The Funny Blokes of British Comedy (2005), Foley & McColl: This Way Up (2005), ‘T4′ in Narnia (2005), GMTV (2005), The Comic Strip: A Retrospective (2005), Blue Peter (2005), Comic Relief: Red Nose Night Live 05 (2005), Comic Aid (2005), Victoria Wood: A BAFTA Tribute (2005), Plastic Surgery Ruined My Wife (2005), The Funny Ladies of British Comedy (2004), The British Comedy Awards 2004 (2004), Arena (2004), Chasing God (2004), Dibley Defrocked (2004), Britain’s Cleverest Animal (2003), The Sitcom Story (2003), V Graham Norton (2002), The Sketch Show Story (2001), We Know Where You Live (2001), Happiness (2001), The Life and Lyrics of Kirsty MacColl (2001), Comic Relief Short Pants (2001), TFI Friday (1996-2000), Night of a Thousand Shows (2000), The Priory (2000), Python Night: 30 Years of Monty Python (1999), French and Saunders (1994-1999), Comic Relief: The Record Breaker (1999), Late Lunch (1998), Spice Girls: One Hour of Girl Power (1997), Light Lunch (1997), Everyman (1996), Clive Anderson All Talk (1996), Comic Relief (1995), Comic Relief: Behind the Nose (1995), Comic Relief: The Invasion of the Comic Tomatoes (1993), Amnesty International’s Big 30 (1991), Clive Anderson Talks Back (1991), Comic Relief (1991), Aspel & Company (1991), The Full Wax (1991), Good Morning Britain (1990), Hysteria 2! (1989), The Secret Policeman’s Biggest Ball (1989), A Night of Comic Relief 2 (1989), Scoff (1988-1989), Hysteria! Hysteria! Hysteria! (1988), Live! From London (1988), The Great British Pop Machine (1988), An Audience with Victoria Wood (1988), The Last Resort (1987), Comedians Do It on Stage (1986), Comic Relief (1986/II), Omnibus (1986), An Evening for Nicaragua (1983), Friday Night, Saturday Morning (1982), The Graham Norton Show (2008-2014), Britain’s Best Loved Double Acts (2014), Tales of Television Centre (2012), My Favourite Joke (2011), 30 Years of ‘An Audience With…’ (2010), Live from Studio Five (2009-2010), Loose Women (2009), The Comedy Christmas (2007), The Story of Light Entertainment (2006), Greatest TV Comedy Moments (2005), Comic Relief Does University Challenge (2005), The Comedians’ Comedian (2005), The Story of Absolutely Fabulous (2004), Britain’s Favourite Comedian (2004), The Real Vicars of Dibley (2002), Night of a Thousand Faces (2001), The Best of British (1998), Auntie’s Bloomers (1996), Comic Relief: Behind the Nose (1992), Kate Bush: The Whole Story (1986), Whistle Test (1985)
Other Names: French, French & Saunders, French and Saunders
Astrological Sign: Libra
Best Known For Movie: Coraline
Occupation: Actress
Height: 5ft 0in ( 1.52m )
First Name: Dawn
Middle Name: Roma
Maiden Name: French
Birth Full Name: Dawn Roma French
Birthplace: Holyhead, Wales
Build: Large
Eye Color: Hazel
Hair Color: Black
Sexuality: Straight
Religion: Christian
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: Welsh
High School: St Dunstan’s Abbey School, Devon, England ,Caistor Grammar School, Lincolnshire, England ,Spence School, NY
University: Central School of Speech and Drama, London, England ,Manchester University
Dress Size: 20
Official Websites:
nndb.com
Father: Denys French (RAF personnel)
Mother: Felicity O’Brien
Brother(s): Gary French
Other Family Members: Billie Henry (adopted daughter)

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