Helen Baxendale | Biography
Posted On: 05 May, 2014
|Date of Birth||June 07, 1970|
|Age||46 Years 9 Month(s)|
|Husband/Spouse||David L. Williams|
|Partner||David L. Williams|
|Height||5 ft 6 inch. (168 cm)|
|Children/Kids||Nelly, Eric, and Rudi|
Charming Helen Baxendale (birth name Helen Victoria Baxendale) is an English actress, born in June 1970 Pontefract, West Riding of Yorkshire and raised in Shenstone, Staffordshire. Her zodiac sign is Gemini. She was born to June Baxendale (mother) and William Baxendale (father). She is fond of dancing and wanted to be a ballet dancer at the very young age. So, she joined Elmhurst School for Dance for dance training but she left the school at the age of 17 for the sake of acting career. After Elmhurst, she went to Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, Bristol, England. Helen is married with David L. Williams since 1993. This couple welcomed their first baby daughter in September 13, 1998 and named her Nell Marmalade. After Nell Helen and David welcomed their second child son Eric Mustard in October 2001 and third child Vincent Mash Williams in June 20, 2006. Hence, Helen and David have three children.
Helen is a well known TV actress. She came to height after doing Cardiac Arrest – one of the hospital TV series in Glasgow Citizens' Theatre. She played the role of Dr. Claire Maitland in cardiac arrest; for this role, she was nominated for a prestigious Scottish BAFTA in 1995. In 1997, she did one of the TV series Cold feet. She played the role of Rachel Bradley and for this role also she earned a British Comedy Award nomination. After Cold feet her next successful project is Unsuitable Job for a Woman. In this she plays a role of Cordelia Gray. She has also seen in one of the American series “friends” where she played a role of Ross Geller's girlfriend, wife and ex-wife Emily Waltham. This is her first work with American TV. Then after Friends, she was noted in Truth or Dare, The Investigator, Dead by Monday. In 1997, she was again nominated for Scottish BAFTA for playing a role of Lorna Johnson in Truth and Dare.
Helen also did many stage shows. She was starred in Patrick Marber's After Miss Julie as Chirstine and in The woman Before in 2005. She was also a part of Hamlet. She was nominated for best classical actor by Sunday Times Royal National Theatre for Ian Charleson Awardin 1993. She was one of the finalists of this award. In 2001, she played a role of Pandora Braithwaite in Adrian Mole: the Cappuccino Years. She appeared in many television shoes, stages and movies. From 2007-2008, she was stared as Christian Slater at London's Vaudville Theatre. Currently, she is playing the role in Cuckoo as Lorna.
The hot and charming Helen Baxendale height is 5 feet 6 inch (1.68 m) tall. She has got beautiful eyes and hot sexy legs. Her pictures can be found in net. Her smoking habit is not opened in internet. Helen is afraid of flying. She does not fly often except for professional purposes. She is on at different social networking sites such as facebook, twitter etc. Her detail information can be found in wiki, imdb etc.
Personal Quotes of Helen Baxendale:
People are really stupid. They think you're serious and intelligent if you're a brunette with a pale complexion and a bit of hooked nose. If you're blonde and pretty, they don't give you that sort of part. It's short-sighted and stupid, but that's how it goes.