Liza Tarbuck

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== Biography ==
== Biography ==
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Daughter of the legendary [[Jimmy Tarbuck]], RADA-trained Liza started out acting, but rose to fame as presenter of [[The Big Breakfast]]. Between her gameshows, she still acts - her starring vehicle ''Linda Green'', in which she regularly and memorably sang a number of golden oldies, was a notable hit, and she's been in everything from ''Bleak House'' to ''Saxondale'' - and also in an ITV1 comedy-drama entitled "Bonkers", which was, frankly, bonkers.
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Daughter of the legendary [[Jimmy Tarbuck]], RADA-trained Liza started out acting, but rose to fame as presenter of [[The Big Breakfast]]. Between her game shows, she still acts - her starring vehicle ''Linda Green'', in which she regularly and memorably sang a number of golden oldies, was a notable hit, and she's been in everything from ''Bleak House'' to ''Saxondale'' - and also in an ITV1 comedy-drama entitled "Bonkers", which was, frankly, bonkers. She's also been a regular weekend presenter on Radio 2 since 2012.
== Trivia ==
== Trivia ==

Current revision as of 07:54, 29 July 2021

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Biography

Daughter of the legendary Jimmy Tarbuck, RADA-trained Liza started out acting, but rose to fame as presenter of The Big Breakfast. Between her game shows, she still acts - her starring vehicle Linda Green, in which she regularly and memorably sang a number of golden oldies, was a notable hit, and she's been in everything from Bleak House to Saxondale - and also in an ITV1 comedy-drama entitled "Bonkers", which was, frankly, bonkers. She's also been a regular weekend presenter on Radio 2 since 2012.

Trivia

Her father Jimmy made a very memorable appearance in one episode of Linda Green, playing Linda's long-lost Uncle Vic, who was suspected of actually being her father, due to their considerable physical resemblance and some worrying family revelations. Of course, all turned out well in the end - well, it usually does in comedy-drama like that.

Contact

c/o Curtis Brown

Web links

Wikipedia entry

IMDb entry

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