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Rebecca Front’s height is 5ft 5in (1.65 m)

Rebecca Front is actress, born: Rebecca Louise Front , May 16, 1964, Stoke Newington, London, England, UK. Rebecca Front is best known for “Planet 51″

Rebecca Front

Best Known For Movie: Planet 51
Height: 5ft 5in (1.65 m)
Born: May 16, 1964 , Stoke Newington, United Kingdom
Filmography: War & Peace (2016), Billionaire Boy (2016), Doctor Thorne (2016), The Supervet (2014-2015), Doctor Who (2015), Humans (2015), Running the Shop (2015), Valentina’s Dream (2015), Mr Bean: Funeral (2015), Up the Women (2013-2015), The Eichmann Show (2015), Psychobitches (2012-2014), The Wrong Mans (2013-2014), Inspector Lewis (2007-2014), Outnumbered (2014), Midsomer Murders (2014), Death Comes to Pemberley (2013), The Spa (2013), Agatha Christie: Poirot (2013), Little Crackers (2012), The Thick of It (2009-2012), Playhouse Presents (2012), Grandma’s House (2010-2012), New Tricks (2011), Horrid Henry: The Movie (2011), Just William (2010), Planet 51 (2009), Al Murray’s Multiple Personality Disorder (2009), Shush (2008), Love Soup (2008), Giles Wemmbley Hogg Goes Off…. to Glastonbury (2007), You Can Choose Your Friends (2007), The Catherine Tate Show (2004-2006), Inspector Lewis (2006), The Comic Strip Presents… (2005), Nighty Night (2004-2005), Color Me Kubrick (2005), Monkey Trousers (2005), The Rotters’ Club (2005), Headhunter: Redemption (2004), Suzie Gold (2004), Absolute Power (2003), Monkey Dust (2003), Eyes Down (2003), George Orwell: A Life in Pictures (2003), I’m Alan Partridge (2002), Promise Land (2002), Time Gentlemen Please (2000-2002), Big Train (2002), Stressed Eric (1998-2000), Jonathan Creek (1999), People Like Us (1999), Sermon from St. Albion’s (1999), Kavanagh QC (1998-1999), In the Red (1998), Roger and the Rottentrolls (1996-1997), The Missing Postman (1997), Have Your Cake and Eat It (1997), Company (1996), Never Mind the Horrocks (1996), The Office (1996), Fist of Fun (1995-1996), England, My England (1995), Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge (1994-1995), Coogan’s Run (1995), Absolutely Fabulous (1995), Paris (1994), The Day Today (1994), The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer (1993), Saturday Zoo (1993), Dizzy Heights Hotel (1992), Tricky Business (1991), Big Train (2002), Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge (1994-1995), The Day Today (1994), Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge (1994), Planet 51 (2009), Very British Problems (2015), 20 Moments That Rocked Comedy (2015), Loose Women (2015), Timeshift (2015), Richard Herring’s Leicester Square Theatre Podcast (2014), Hotel in the Clouds (2014), Great Poets: In Their Own Words (2014), Sunday Brunch (2012-2014), The Culture Show (2014), 50 Years of BBC2 Comedy (2014), Jazz Legends in Their Own Words (2014), The Comedy Vaults: BBC2′s Hidden Treasure (2014), All About TWO (2014), The Brits Who Built the Modern World (2014), In Their Own Words: 20th Century Composers (2014), Mel Smith: I’ve Sort of Done Things (2013), Crackanory (2013), Fox Wars (2013), The Crime Thriller Club (2013), Fabric of Britain (2013), Jo Brand’s Great Wall of Comedy (2013), Goodbye Television Centre (2013), Alexander Armstrong’s Big Ask (2013), Yes, Prime Minister: Re-elected (2013), Chateau Chunder: A Wine Revolution (2012), Room 101 (2012), Have I Got News for You (2003-2011), The A to Z of Crime (2011), Would I Lie to You? (2011), Great Thinkers: In Their Own Words (2011), Horrid Henry’s Movie Mayhem (2011), The One Show (2011), My Life in Books (2011), Let’s Dance for Sport Relief (2011), That Sunday Night Show (2011), The People’s Detective (2010), Pete & Dud: The Lost Sketches (2010), The British Academy Television Awards (2010), Newsnight at 30 (2010), The Greatest Christmas Comedy Moments (2008), 50 Greatest Comedy Catchphrases (2008), The World’s Greatest Comedy Characters (2007), Lewis… Behind the Scenes (2007), Britain’s 50 Greatest Comedy Sketches (2005), If I Ruled the World (1998), Alexander Armstrong’s Big Ask (2013), Ben Elton: Laughing at the 80s (2011), Would I Lie to You? (2011), Jennifer Saunders: Laughing at the 90s (2011), Have I Got News for You: The Best of the Guest Presenters (2003).
Other Names: The Cast
Astrological Sign: Taurus
Occupation: Actress
Spouse: Phil Clymer (m. 1998)
Siblings: Jeremy Front
Children: Tilly Clymer, Oliver Clymer
Books: Curious: True Stories and Loose Connections, Untitled Front 2 Of 2

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