Amanda Redman

Amanda Redman
Amanda Redman was born in Brighton, Sussex, England on the 12 August, 1957. is an English actress, perhaps best known for her role as Detective Superintendent Sandra Pullman, in New Tricks.

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Birthday
2010-01-13
Nickname
Grub
Birthname
Amanda Jacqueline Redman
Sign
Leo
Hometown
Brighton East Sussex England.
Country
United Kingdom
Ethnicity
White
Height
5'6"
Weight
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Job
Actress
Hobbies
A Supporter Of The Arts As Well As Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club.
Assets
Sexy Sassy And Confident
Vices
Smoking Sex And Addicted To Exercise.
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Yes
Piercings
Yes
Hair
Brown
Eyes
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Breast
36
Waist
28"
Hips
37"
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Legs
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Amanda Redman was born in Brighton, Sussex, England on the 12 August, 1957. is an English actress, perhaps best known for her role as Detective Superintendent Sandra Pullman, in New Tricks. Her father was from Yorkshire and her mother from Sussex.

Redman is badly scarred on her upper left arm as a result of scalding herself with a pan of boiling turkey and vegetable soup when she was 18 months old. She suffered 3rd degree burns to 75% of her body (her arm was the only area permanently affected) in the accident and was so traumatised she was actually pronounced clinically dead at the Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead, Sussex. Her father died in 1980.

Redman trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. She played opposite Liv Ullman in "Richard's Things" (1981) and took over from Alfred Molina in the 1990s comedy drama El C.I.D., playing a new female lead in the series, and played Diana Dors in the 1999 TV movie The Blonde Bombshell. She also co-starred in the first series of Dangerfield (1995). In 2000 she played Deedee Dove in the feature film Sexy Beast, and most recently, she has starred in the TV series New Tricks. In June 2006 Redman performed in Children's Party At The Palace as Cruella DeVil for Queen Elizabeth II's 80th birthday; and was the subject of one episode of the BBC documentary series Who Do You Think You Are?, a program about her family history.

She is currently appearing in the ITV1 drama "Honest." Redman was president of the Brighton Little Theatre from 2004-2007. She is also involved in drama education at the Artist's Theatre School, based at Ealing Studios.

She has a daughter Emily (born 1987), also an actress, from her first and only marriage to the actor Robert Glenister from whom she is now divorced. Redman has been in a relationship with mobile phone designer Damian Schnabel, since 1999. The couple live in Ealing, West London. She is also a supporter of Brighton & Hove Albion F.C.

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