Patsy Kensit Biography (1968-)

Full name, Patricia Jude Francis Kensit; born March 4, 1968, in Hounslow, London, England; daughter of James (an antiques dealer) and Margie (a publicist)Kensit; married Dan Donovan (a musician), 1988 (divorced, 1991); married JimKerr (a musician), January 3, 1992 (divorced, October, 1996); married Liam Gallagher (a musician and actor), April 7, 1997 (divorced, September 22, 2000); children: (second marriage) James; (third marriage) Lennon Francis. Addresses: Agent: Kari Estrin, Paradigm, 10100 Santa Monica Blvd., 25th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90067; Peters Fraser Dunlop, Drury House, 34-43 Russell St., London WC2B 5HA, England.

Nationality
British
Gender
Female
Occupation
Actress, musician, songwriter
Birth Details
March 4, 1968
London, United Kingdom

Famous Works

  • CREDITS
  • Film Appearances
  • Pamela Buchanan, The Great Gatsby, Paramount, 1974
  • Penny, Alfie Darling (also known as Oh Alfie), EMI, 1974
  • Angie Hennessy, Hennessy, American International Pictures, 1975
  • (Uncredited) Princess Lucky, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, 1975
  • Mytyl, The Blue Bird (also known as Sinyaya ptitsa), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1976
  • Sarah Sellinger, Hanover Street, Columbia, 1979
  • Quincy's Quest, 1979
  • Oscar as a child, Lady Oscar (also known as Berusaiyu no bara), 1980
  • Crepe Suzette, Absolute Beginners, Orion, 1986
  • Lina, Don Bosco, 1988
  • Linda Washbrook, A Chorus of Disapproval, South Gate Entertainment, 1989
  • Rika van den Haas, Lethal Weapon 2, Warner Bros., 1989
  • Joyce Cook, Chicago Joe and the Showgirl (also known as ChicagoJoe), New Line Cinema, 1990
  • Sick lady on train, Bullseye!, RCA/Columbia Pictures, 1990
  • Deena, Does This Mean We're Married? (also known as Les epoux ripoux and Un drole de contrat), New Line Home Video, 1991
  • Dr. Anna Nolmar, Time Bomb, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Pathe, 1991
  • Isabelle, Blue Tornado, Vidmark Entertainment, 1991
  • Katie, Twenty-One, Triton, 1991
  • Rebecca, Beltenebros (also known as Prince of Shadows), Iberoamericana Films, 1991
  • Su, Skipper--Bloody Atlantic (also known as Kill Cruise, The Storm, and Der Skipper), MCA/Universal Home Video, 1991
  • Caroline Wright, Blame It on the Bellboy, Buena Vista, 1992
  • Jenny Gooding, The Turn of the Screw, Live Entertainment, 1992
  • Jolene, Bitter Harvest, Prism Entertainment, 1993
  • Eugenia Alabaster, Angels and Insects, Samuel Goldwyn, 1995
  • Julie, Kleptomania, WarnerVision Films, 1995
  • Kris Anderson, Dream Man, Republic Pictures Home Video, 1995
  • Cheryl Steed, Grace of My Heart, Gramercy, 1996
  • Kelly Wheatstone, Tunnel Vision, Triboro Entertainment, 1997
  • The Pavilion, Quantum Entertainment/Graden Floe Production, 1999
  • Donna, Speedway Junkie (also known as Speedway Junky), 1999, Regent Entertainment, 2001
  • Julia, Janice Beard: 45 Words per Minute (also known as JaniceBeard), 1999, Empire Pictures, 2002
  • Anna "Annie" Best, Best, Optimum Releasing, 2000
  • The Proposal (short film), 2000
  • Denise, Things behind the Sun, Behind the Sun Productions, 2001
  • Maureen Hatcher/Agnes Thatcher, Bad Karma (also known as Hell'sGate), Artisan Entertainment, 2002
  • Stella, The One and Only, Pathe Distribution, 2002
  • Vicki, Darkness Falling (also known as Dark Side), BedfordEntertainment, 2002
  • Heather McKay, Who's Your Daddy?, Premiere Marketing and Distribution Group, 2003
  • Television Appearances
  • Series
  • Ruth Corder, Hannah, BBC, beginning 1980
  • The young Nanda Gray, Frost in May, BBC, 1982
  • Title role, Luna, Central Television, 1983
  • Sadie King, Emmerdale (also known as Emmerdale Farm), Yorkshire Television, 2004-
  • Miniseries
  • Dickens of London, Yorkshire Television, 1976
  • The young Estella, Great Expectations, BBC, 1981, then syndicated,1982
  • Emma Prince, Tycoon: The Story of a Woman, syndicated, 1983
  • The young Diana, Diana, BBC, 1983
  • Hetty Sorrel, Adam Bede, BBC, 1991, also broadcast on Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1991
  • Lady Deirdre Sebright, Fall from Grace (also known as Fortitude), CBS, 1994
  • Mia Farrow, Love and Betrayal: The Mia Farrow Story (also known asMia: Child of Hollywood), Fox, 1995
  • Josie Cirolia, The Last Don II (also known as Mario Puzo's TheLast Don II), CBS, 1998
  • Movies
  • Emilie de Caillaud, The Corsican Brothers (also known as Vendetta), CBS, 1985
  • Eppie, Silas Marner: The Weaver of Raveloe (also known as SilasMarner), BBC and Arts and Entertainment, 1985, also broadcast on Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1987
  • Casey Spencer, Full Eclipse, HBO, 1993
  • Elizabeth Guinness, "At the Midnight Hour," Harlequin Romance Movies, CBS, 1995
  • Marcia Weller, The Human Bomb (also known as Die Menschliche Bombe), The Movie Channel, 1998
  • Princess, Aladdin, Independent Television (England), 2000
  • Darcy Scott, Loves Music, Loves to Dance (also known as Mary Higgins Clark's "Loves Music, Loves to Dance"), PAX TV, 2001
  • Alexandria (Alex), Shelter Island, Showtime, 2003
  • Specials
  • Lady Margaret Plantagenet, The Tragedy of Richard the Third (alsoknown as BBC Television Shakespeare: The Tragedy of Richard the Third,The Complete Dramatic Works of William Shakespeare: The Tragedy of Richard the Third, and Richard III), BBC-2, 1983
  • Presenter, The 2000 MTV Europe Music Awards, MTV, 2000
  • (In archive footage) Herself, Celebrity Naked Ambition, Channel 5(England), 2003
  • Herself, Test the Nation: The National IQ Test, Fox, 2003
  • Various roles, The All Star Comedy Show, 2004
  • Also appeared in Arms and the Man, BBC.
  • Episodic
  • Joanna, "Joanna," Z Cars, BBC, 1974
  • Tessa, "Quiet as a Nun," Armchair Thriller (also known as Armchair Thriller: Quiet as a Nun), Thames Television, 1978
  • Herself, "Batman," French and Saunders, BBC-2, 1987
  • Herself, "Loveheart," French and Saunders, BBC-2, 1987
  • (With Eighth Wonder) The Roxy, Independent Television (England), 1988
  • Guest, Late Night with David Letterman, NBC, 1991
  • Bridget, "As Ye Sow," Tales from the Crypt (also known as HBO'sTales from the Crypt), HBO, 1993
  • Guest, The Late Show with David Letterman, CBS, 1996
  • Guest, TFI Today, Channel 4 (England), 1996
  • Guest, Dale's All Stars, BBC, c. 2000
  • Charlotte Leith-Jones, "Happily Ever After," Casualty, BBC, 2001
  • "Cold Turkey," Strange Frequency, VH1, 2001
  • Guest presenter, The Big Breakfast, Channel 4, 2001
  • Presenter, "1986," I Love 1980s, BBC-2, c. 2001
  • Angela Stephenson, "Flashback," Murder in Mind, BBC, 2002
  • Guest, Shooting Stars, BBC, 2002
  • Guest, GMTV, Independent Television, 2003, 2004
  • Guest, Bo' Selecta! (also known as Bo' Selecta! 2 and Bo' Selecta! Vol. 3), multiple episodes in 2004
  • Guest, Call My Bluff, BBC, 2004
  • Guest, This Morning, Independent Television, 2004
  • Pilots
  • Pollyanna Harrington, The Adventures of Pollyanna, CBS, 1982
  • The Noel Edmonds Show, ABC, 1986
  • Stage Appearances
  • Appeared as the title role, Cinderella; as Margaret Plantagenet, Richard III, Royal Shakespeare Company; and as Marlene, See You NextTuesday.
  • RECORDINGS
  • Albums
  • (With Eighth Wonder) Fearless, 1988
  • Contributor to the album Kuschel Rock--Most Beautiful Duets. Singles with Eighth Wonder include "Baby Baby," "Cross My Heart," "Having It All,""I'm Not Scared," "Stay with Me," "Use Me," "When the Phone Stops Ringing,"and "Will You Remember"; also recorded the single (with Eros Ramazzotti) "Laluce buona delle stelle." Songs also featured in films.
  • Videos
  • (In archive footage from Absolute Beginners) Bowie: The Video Collection, 1993
  • Music Videos
  • Appeared with Eighth Wonder in the music videos "Baby Baby," "Cross My Heart," "Having It All," "I'm Not Scared," "Stay with Me," "Use Me," "When thePhone Stops Ringing," and "Will You Remember"; also appeared in the music video "Funny How," by Airhead.
  • WRITINGS
  • Albums
  • (With Eighth Wonder) Fearless, 1988
  • Singles with Eighth Wonder include "Baby Baby," "Cross My Heart," "HavingIt All," "I'm Not Scared," "Stay with Me," "Use Me," "When the Phone Stops Ringing," and "Will You Remember."

Further Reference

OTHER SOURCES

    Periodicals
    • Empire (Great Britain), Issue 78, 1995, p. 118
    • High Society, December, 1993, pp. 30-37
    • Maclean's, April 21, 1997, p. 11
    • Premiere, May, 1991

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