Rebecca Front is a British actress, writer, and comedian. She won the BAFTA TV Award for "Best Female Comedy Performance" for comedy-drama series The Thick of It in the year 2010.
She also had a notable presence in other Brit-comedies, including the radio shows On The Hour, The Day Today, Knowing and sketch shows, Big Train and Nighty Night, amongst others.
Rebecca Front's Bio: Age, Height
Rebecca Front stands at a height of 5 feet and 4 inches (1.63 meters).
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She was born with the birth name 'Rebecca Louise Front' on the 16th of May 1964 in Stoke Newington, London, England.
Growing up, her father, Charles Front, was an artist and her mother, Sheila Front, a teacher who also wrote children's stories. They were completely supportive of Rebecca and her brother, Jeremy Front's creative career choices. Jeremy is a writer.
The Front siblings acquired the same sense of humor from their father, who was both intentionally and unintentionally funny and ironic. Together, Rebecca and her brother have written sketches since the university days.
She told The Guardian back in April 2012 that her relationship with her brother has been "very polite" as they have grown older.
Rebecca Front has been married to Phil Clymer since March 1998. From the marriage, they have two children, son Oliver, born in 1999, and daughter Tilly born in 2002. Like Rebecca, Oliver has great comic timing, in a deadpan, Jack Dee sort of way.
Rebecca Front wishes her son, Oliver on his birthday on 24 November 2019 (Photo: Rebecca Front's Twitter)
Rebecca's husband is a producer, as well as a writer known for Marple, Poirot, and Terriers.
A few years back, since 2012, he gave up a well-paid job in the media to write. The decision soon proved to be worthwhile, and also he was much happier that way.
Movies / TV Shows & Books
Rebecca Front's recent work as 'Karen Kelly' in a science fiction comedy, Avenue 5, premiered in late January 2020.
Previously, in 2019, she appeared as 'Aunt Frances' in the biographical adventure film The Aeronauts.
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Back in the days, when filming the first series of 2000's Time Gentlemen Please, Rebecca became pregnant with her daughter. As a result, the writer had to add up some changes to the script, and as a result, her character 'Vicki' too became pregnant after a drunken one-night-stand.
Her books, Curious: True Stories and Loose Connections, the collection of autobiographical stories, were published in 2014, and the Impossible Things Before Breakfast: Adventures in the Ordinary was published in 2018.
Interesting Facts on Rebecca Front
On the 24th of November 2019, Rebecca's son Oliver celebrated his 21st birthday.
Her great-grandfather was in a music hall double act back in the 1920s.
She was listed in The Observer as one of the "50 funniest acts in British comedy" in 2003.