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Maureen Lipman’s height is 5ft 7in ( 1.70m )

Maureen Diane Lipman, CBE is a British film, theatre and television actress, columnist and comedienne.

Maureen Lipman

Born: May 10, 1946 , Kingston upon Hull, United Kingdom
Spouse: Jack Rosenthal (m. 1974–2004)
Children: Amy Krouse Rosenthal, Adam Rosenthal
Books: How was it for You?, You Can Read Me Like a Book, Lip Reading, Something to Fall Back on, You Got an Ology?, When’s it Coming Out?, When’s It Coming Out? a Pbp, Thank You for Having Me a Pbp, The Gibbon’s in Decline But the Horse Is Stable…, Thank You for Having Me
Parents: Zelma Pearlman, Maurice Julius Lipman
Filmography: Days of Awe (2012), The Vicar of Dibley (2015), Job’s Dinner (2014), That Woman (2012), Midsomer Murders (2012), Metamorphosis (2012/I), Run for Your Wife (2012), Holby City (2011), Tinga Tinga Tales (2011), Ladies of Letters (2009-2010), Minder (2009), Skins (2009), The Agent (2008/I), He Kills Coppers (2008), Caught in the Act (2008), Casualty (2007), Veils (2007), Sensitive Skin (2007), Doctor Who (2006), The Fugitives (2005), Where the Heart Is (2004), Lighthouse Hill (2004), Winter Solstice (2003), SuperTex (2003), Standing Room Only (2003), Jonathan Creek (2003), George Eliot: A Scandalous Life (2002), The King’s Beard (2002), Coronation Street (2002), The Pianist (2002), The Discovery of Heaven (2001), Oklahoma! (1999), Captain Jack (1999), Solomon & Gaenor (1999), Cold Enough for Snow (1997), Interview Day (1996), Agony Again (1995), Call up the Stars (1995), Bookmark (1992), Carry on Columbus (1992), About Face (1989-1991), Re:Joyce! – A Celebration of the Work of Joyce Grenfell (1991), All at Number 20 (1986-1987), First Sight (1987), A Little Princess (1987), Screenplay (1986), Absurd Person Singular (1985), Theatre Night (1985), European Vacation (1985), Victoria Wood: As Seen on TV (1985), Water (1985), Love’s Labour’s Lost (1985), On Your Way Riley (1985), See How They Run (1984), Educating Rita (1983), Perishing Solicitors (1983), Outside Edge (1982), Objects of Affection (1982), P’tang, Yang, Kipperbang. (1982), Smiley’s People (1982), Jackanory Playhouse (1982), ITV Playhouse (1969-1981), Agony (1979-1981), Dangerous Davies: The Last Detective (1981), The Other ‘Arf (1981), The Wildcats of St. Trinian’s (1980), Cannon and Ball (1979), The Knowledge (1979), Play for Today (1978), A Soft Touch (1978), Rogue Male (1977), The Sweeney (1976), Couples (1975-1976), Three Comedies of Marriage (1975), The Evacuees (1975), Crown Court (1973-1975), You’ll Never Walk Alone (1974), Armchair Cinema (1974), Casanova ’73 (1973), Thriller (1973), ITV Sunday Night Theatre (1969-1973), Gumshoe (1971), Doctor at Large (1971), The Lovers (1970), Codename (1970), Battle of Britain (1969), School for Unclaimed Girls (1969), Up the Junction (1968), Maureen Lipman: Live and Kidding (1996), Re:Joyce! – A Celebration of the Work of Joyce Grenfell (1991), Oklahoma! (1999), Up the Junction (1968), Newsnight (2014), Loose Women (1999-2013), BBC East Midlands Today (2013), The Review Show (2011-2012), My Story (2010), Cash in the Celebrity Attic (2010), Election 2010 (2010), Stars on the Street (2009), The New Paul O’Grady Show (2005-2009), The One Show (2009), The Alan Titchmarsh Show (2009), Richard & Judy (2009), Mark Lawson Talks to… (2009), Sex Drugs and Rock ‘n’ Roll: The 60s Revealed (2008), Would I Lie to You? (2008), The Comedy Map of Britain (2008), Revealed (2007), Legends (2007), The Andrew Marr Show (2007), Summer Exhibition (2007), Comic Relief: The Apprentice (2007), Imagine (2006), The Sharon Osbourne Show (2006), This Week (2006), Grumpy Old Women (2006), Doctor Who Confidential (2006), Wogan Now & Then (2006), Graham Norton’s Bigger Picture (2006), The King’s Head: A Maverick in London (2006), Breakfast (2001-2005), Grumpy Old Women at Christmas (2004), The Variety Club Tribute to Esther Rantzen (2004), Children in Need (2004), The 100 Greatest Musicals (2003), Today with Des and Mel (2003), The Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2003 (2003), The Kumars at No. 42 (2003), V Graham Norton (2003), Richard Rodgers: Some Enchanted Evening (2002), Calendar (2001), Open House with Gloria Hunniford (2001), Parkinson (2001), Clive Anderson Now (2001), The Unforgettable Beryl Reid (2000), Clarkson (1999), The Best of British (1999), Royal Variety Performance 1998 (1998), Reputations (1998), The End of the Year Show (1995-1997), Funny Women (1997), Omnibus (1997), Homeground (1997), Have I Got News for You (1993-1997), Afternoon Live (1997), Maureen Lipman: Live and Kidding (1996), Clive Anderson Talks Back (1995), Heroes of Comedy (1995), This Is Your Life (1995), Room 101 (1994), Telly Addicts (1993), The Brain Game (1992), Challenge Anneka (1992), Aspel & Company (1985-1991), An Audience with Victoria Wood (1988), Call My Bluff (1980-1988), Password (1983), Friday Night, Saturday Morning (1981), Blankety Blank (1980-1981), The Theatre Quiz (1981), Saturday Night at the Mill (1980), Give Us a Clue (1979), The Stars of the Street: 50 Years, 50 Classic Characters (2010), 30 Years of ‘An Audience With…’ (2010), Would I Lie to You? (2008), Comedy Connections (2007), Stories of Lost Souls (2005), Britain’s Favourite Comedian (2004), The Real Room 101 (2003), The Very Best of ‘Have I Got News for You’ (2002), The 100 Greatest TV Ads (2000)
Astrological Sign: Taurus
Best Known For Movie: The Pianist
Occupation: Actress
Height: 5ft 7in ( 1.70m )
First Name: Maureen
Middle Name: Diane
Last Name: Lipman
Birth Full Name: Maureen Diane Lipman
Birthplace: Hull, Yorkshire, England, UK
Build: Slim
Hair Color: Brown – Dark
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: British

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