How old is Dawn French in the Vicar of Dibley and when was she with Lenny Henry? – The Sun

DAWN French is a household name thanks to her long career in showbiz and comedy partnership with Jennifer Saunders.

The actress has announced that her beloved Vicar of Dibley will be returning for Christmas 2020.

How old is Dawn French in the Vicar of Dibley?

Dawn Roma French was born October 11, 1957 making her 63-years-old.

She is best known for starring in and writing for the comedy sketch show French and Saunders with comedy partner Jennifer Saunders.

Later she played the lead role of Geraldine Granger in The Vicar of Dibley.

The actress and comedian was 37 when she first took on the role in 1994.

How many times has Dawn French been married?

Dawn was famously married to fellow comedy star Lenny Henry.

Lenny and Dawn adopted a daughter together, Billie.

The couple wed in 1984 but divorced in 2010.

She has been married to Mark Bignell since 2013.

When was French and Saunders on TV?

Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders had a comedy sketch show on BBC from 1987 to 2004.

Since 2004 they have returned to TV screens with Christmas specials and in 2017, 30 years after the first series of their sketch show was broadcast, 300 Year of French and Saunders was shown on BBC One.

The BBC1 festive special of featured the double act’s most popular sketches from the past three decades, plus rarely seen footage and new material.

The pair once again parodied popular films and TV – including 2017 hit The Handmaid’s Tale.

Six seasons of French and Saunders can be watched on Netflix.

What books has Dawn French released?

Dawn French released a book called Me. You. A Diary, which is an interactive take on a diary.

It allows readers to write about their thoughts and experiences alongside Dawn's existing words.

The idea is to have a book written by the actress, that has been added to by the participant, to make a more interesting written document of the year.

Dawn has also written autobiography Dear Fatty as well as fiction including Oh Dear Silvia.

Source: Read Full Article