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Cherie Lunghi’s height is 5ft 5in (1.65 m)

Cherie Mary Lunghi (born 4 April 1952) is an English film, television and theatre actress, well known to British audiences for her starring roles in many TV dramas. Her international fame stems from her role as Guinevere in the 1981 film Excalibur. Her long list of screen, stage and TV credits include football manageress Gabriella Benson in the 1990s television series The Manageress and a series of adverts for Kenco coffee. She also competed in the 2008 series of Strictly Come Dancing. She is the mother of the actress Nathalie Lunghi.

Cherie Lunghi

First Name: Cherie
Middle Name: Mary
Maiden Name: Lunghi
Birth Full Name: Cherie Mary Lunghi
Born: 4 April, 1952
Birthplace: Nottingham, England
Height: 5ft 5in (1.65 m)
Build: Average
Hair Color: Brown – Dark
Astrological Sign: Aries
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: British
High School: Homerton College, Cambridge
University: Central School of Speech and Drama
Occupation: Actress, dancer
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Filmography: I am Khama (2016), The Crossing (2014), Amendment (2014), When Calls the Heart (2013, TV Movie), Pat & Cabbage (2013, TV Show), Starlings (2012, TV Show), Wizards vs. Aliens (2012, TV Show), Love’s Kitchen (2011), Death in Paradise (2011, TV Show), Lines (2011, Short Film), The Old Guys (2009, TV Show), Casualty 1909 (2009, TV Show), Casualty 1907 (2008, TV Show), Apparitions (2008, TV Show), Inspector Lewis (2007, TV Show), Secret Diary of a Call Girl (2007, TV Show), Casualty 1906 (2006, TV Movie), Hotel Babylon (2006, TV Show), Vipère au poing (2004), The Brief (2004, TV Show), The Open Doors (2004, Short Film), Agatha Christie’s Marple (2004, TV Show), New Tricks (2003, TV Show), The Seasons Alter (2002, Short Film), Cutting It (2002, TV Show), Shrink (2002, Short Film), Back to the Secret Garden (2001), The Inspector Lynley Mysteries (2001, TV Show), Waking the Dead (2000, TV Show), A Likeness in Stone (2000, TV Movie), David Copperfield (1999, TV Show), Horatio Hornblower: The Duchess and the Devil (1999, TV Movie), Holby City (1999, TV Show), Little White Lies (1998, TV Movie), An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn (1997), La Femme Nikita (1997, TV Show), Midsomer Murders (1997, TV Show), The Canterville Ghost (1996, TV Movie), Dalziel and Pascoe (1996, TV Show), Moloney (1996, TV Show), Strangers (1996, TV Show), Jack & Sarah (1995), The Buccaneers (1995, TV Show), Frankenstein (1994), The Knock (1994, TV Show), Silent Cries (1993), A Question of Guilt (1993, TV Movie), A Touch of Frost (1992, TV Show), Covington Cross (1992, TV Show), The Strauss Dynasty (1991, TV Show), Ransom (1990, Short Film), The Man Who Lived at the Ritz (1989, TV Movie), The Manageress (1989, TV Show), To Kill a Priest (1988), Intrigue (1988, TV Movie), The Lady’s Not for Burning (1987, TV Movie), Ruth Rendell Mysteries (1987, TV Show), Letters to an Unknown Lover (1986), The Mission (1986), Harem (1986, TV Movie), Casualty (1986, TV Show), The Monocled Mutineer (1986, TV Show), Bones (1985), King David (1985), The Sign of Four (1985, TV Movie), EastEnders (1985, TV Show), Vicious Circle (1985, TV Movie), Screen Two (1985, TV Show), Ellis Island (1984, TV Show), Master of the Game (1984, TV Show), Much Ado About Nothing (1984, TV Movie), Strangers and Brothers (1984, TV Show), Allô Béatrice (1984, TV Show), The Man Who Shot Christmas (1984, Short Film), A Profile of Arthur J. Mason (1984, TV Movie), Jackanory Playhouse (1984, TV Show), Praying Mantis (1983, TV Movie), Oliver Twist (1982, TV Movie), The Agatha Christie Hour (1982, TV Show), Quell and Co. (1982), Excalibur (1981), Tales of the Klondike (1981, TV Show), ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore (1980, TV Movie), Masterpiece Mystery (1980, TV Show), Diversion (1980), Festival: The Misanthrope (1980), Tales of the Unexpected (1979, TV Show), Prince Regent (1979, TV Show), Edward & Mrs. Simpson (1978, TV Show), The Comedy of Errors (1978, TV Movie), Bill Brand (1976, TV Show), Shades of Greene (1975, TV Show), BBC2 Playhouse (1974, TV Show), The Brontes of Haworth (1973, TV Show), The New Word (1973, TV Movie), Crown Court (1972, TV Show), Late Night Theatre (1972, TV Show), Play for Today (1970, TV Show), Armchair Thriller (1967, TV Show), Out of Town Theatre (1966), BBC Play of the Month (1965, TV Show), Sherlock Holmes (1964, TV Show), The Valiant Varneys (1964, TV Show), Dr. Finlay’s Casebook (1962, TV Show), Weekend Kitchen with Waitrose (2014), Behind the Sword in the Stone (2013), Versailles (2011), The 5 O’Clock Show (2010, TV Show), Who Do You Think You Are? (2010, TV Show), Forever Young: How Rock ‘n’ Roll Grew Up (2010, TV Show), The Alan Titchmarsh Show (2007, TV Show), The ONE Show (2006, TV Show), Behind the Scenes: Agatha Christie’s Marple (2005, TV Show), Girls and Boys: Sex and British Pop (2005, TV Show), Hell’s Kitchen (2004, TV Show), Strictly Come Dancing (2004, TV Show), Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two (2004, TV Show), The Paul O’Grady Show (2004, TV Show), Who Do You Think You Are? (2004, TV Show), Extraordinary People (2003, TV Show), The Terry and Gaby Show (2003, TV Show), Today with Des and Mel (2002, TV Show), Breakfast (2000, TV Show), The Wright Stuff (2000, TV Show), Loose Women (1999, TV Show), GMTV (1993, TV Show), Masterchef (1990, TV Show), 6 O’Clock Live (1990, TV Show), This Morning (1988, TV Show), Aspel & Company (1984, TV Show), Child’s Play (1984, TV Show), Les nouveaux rendez-vous (1981), Trials of Life (1971)
Cherie Lunghi Quote: I am simply not such a slave to my vanity, and I don’t want to be, because as you get older you really have to start accepting the inevitable. View More Cherie Lunghi Quotes

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