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Martin Kemp’s height is 6ft (1.83 m)

Martin Kemp is British actor, singer

Martin Kemp

First Name: Martin
Middle Name: John
Last Name: Kemp
Birth Full Name: Martin John Kemp
Other Names: Martin Kemp
Born: 10 October, 1961
Birthplace: Islington, London, England, UK
Height: 6ft (1.83 m)
Build: Athletic
Hair Color: Brown – Light
Astrological Sign: Libra
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: British
Occupation: Actor, Singer
Genre: Pop,pop rock,blue-eyed soul,jazz,swing,New Wave,funk,synthpop
Father: Frank Kemp (deceased January 2009)
Mother: Eileen Kemp (also deceased January 2009)
Brother(s): Gary Kemp
Filmography: Party Pieces (2015), Age of Kill (2015), Assassin (2014), Imprisoned (2013), The Best Years (2013), Strippers vs Werewolves (2012), Jack Falls (2011), How to Stop Being a Loser (2011), The Rapture (2009), Crossmaglen (2008), Back in Business (2007), Love Lies Bleeding (2006, TV Movie), Waterloo Road (2006, TV Show), Can’t Buy Me Love (2004, TV Movie), Hustle (2004, TV Show), Agatha Christie’s Marple (2004, TV Show), The Brides in the Bath (2003, TV Movie), Serious and Organised (2003, TV Show), Family (2003, TV Show), Casino Casino (2003, TV Show), Daddy’s Girl (2002, TV Movie), Sugar Town (1999), Monk Dawson (1998), Supply & Demand (1998, TV Show), Where the Heart Is (1997, TV Show), Cyber Bandits (1995), Embrace of the Vampire (1995), The Outer Limits (1995, TV Show), Boca (1994), Fleshtone (1994), Murder Between Friends (1994, TV Movie), Aspen Extreme (1993), Desire (1993), Waxwork II: Lost in Time (1992), Heartbeat (1992, TV Show), Highlander (1992, TV Show), Growing Rich (1992, TV Movie), Growing Rich (1992, TV Show), The Girl Who Came Late (1991), The Krays (1990), Tales from the Crypt (1989, TV Show), EastEnders (1985, TV Show), The Bill (1984, TV Show), The Glittering Prizes (1976, TV Show), Top Dog (2014), Stalker (2010), Karma Magnet (2008, Short Film), Strippers vs Werewolves (2012), Just for the Record (2010), Dead Cert (2010), Vive les vacances! (2009, TV Show), Live from Studio Five (2009, TV Show), Alan Carr: Chatty Man (2009, TV Show), Soul Boys of the Western World (2014), Weekend Kitchen with Waitrose (2014), Weekend (2014), The British Soap Awards 2014 (2014), SXSW Flashback 2014 (2014), Daily Brunch with Ocado (2014), Sunday Side Up (2013), Sunday Brunch (2012, TV Show), Mad Mad World (2012), Celebrity Wedding Planner (2012), I Love My Country (2012), The Magicians (2011, TV Show), The Jonathan Ross Show (2011, TV Show), Big Brother’s Bit on the Side (2011, TV Show), Let’s Do Lunch with Gino & Mel (2011), Living the Life (2011), Farewell ‘The Bill’ (2010, TV Show), Daybreak (2010, TV Show), EastEnders: The Greatest Cliffhangers (2010, TV Show), I’m in a Rock ‘n’ Roll Band (2010, TV Show), Brothers in Arms (2010), Chris Moyles Quiz Night (2009, TV Show), Alan Carr: Chatty Man (2009, TV Show), Piers Morgan’s Life Stories (2009, TV Show), Spandau Ballet: The Reformation Tour 2009 – Live at the O2 (2009, TV Movie), Celebrity Ding Dong (2008, TV Show), All Star Mr & Mrs (2008, TV Show), The Bill Made Me Famous (2008, TV Show), Dangerous Adventures for Boys (2008, TV Show), TV’s 50 Hardest Men (2008, TV Show), EastEnders Feuds: The Beales vs. The Mitchells (2007, TV Show), British Film Forever (2007, TV Show), Happy Hour (2007, TV Show), The ONE Show (2006, TV Show), The Prince’s Trust 30th Birthday: Live (2006, TV Show), Wogan Now & Then (2006, TV Show), The World’s Greatest Actor (2006), ITV 50 Greatest Shows (2005, TV Movie), Whatever Happened to the Gender Benders? (2005, TV Show), George Michael: A Different Story (2005), Live Aid Remembered (2005, TV Show), FIFPro World Player XI Awards (2005), Derren Brown: Trick of the Mind (2004, TV Show), Strictly Come Dancing (2004, TV Show), The Paul O’Grady Show (2004, TV Show), Brit Awards 2004 (2004, TV Movie), The Band Aid Story (2004, TV Show), Band Aid: The Song That Rocked the World (2004, TV Show), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2003, TV Show), The British Comedy Awards 2003 (2003, TV Movie), Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway (2002, TV Show), Today with Des and Mel (2002, TV Show), Brit Awards 2002 (2002, TV Movie), Pride of Britain Awards 2002 (2002, TV Show), Top Gear (2002, TV Show), Celebrity Big Brother (2001, TV Show), Friday Night with Jonathan Ross (2001, TV Show), Richard & Judy (2001, TV Show), The Kumars at No. 42 (2001, TV Show), The British Soap Awards 2001 (2001, TV Movie), Breakfast (2000, TV Show), The Wright Stuff (2000, TV Show), Lamarr’s Attacks (2000, TV Show), Brit Awards 2000 (2000, TV Movie), Loose Women (1999, TV Show), VH-1 Where Are They Now? (1999, TV Show), This Is Your Life (1999, TV Show), So Graham Norton (1998, TV Show), Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (1998, TV Show), Operation Good Guys (1997, TV Show), Never Mind the Buzzcocks (1996, TV Show), Clive Anderson All Talk (1996, TV Show), The Frank Skinner Show (1995, TV Show), Sex with Paula (1995, TV Show), Jo Brand Through the Cakehole (1993, TV Show), Spandau Ballet: Live (1990, TV Show), ¡1990! (1990, TV Movie), Kelly (1989, TV Show), This Morning (1988, TV Show), Live Aid (1985, TV Movie), Superstar (1984, TV Show), Tocata (1983, TV Show), No 73 (1982, TV Show), Wogan (1982, TV Show), Pop Quiz (1981, TV Show), Parkinson (1971, TV Show), A Question of Sport (1970, TV Show), Top of the Pops (1964, TV Show)

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