Judy Cornwell Biography
|Date of Birth:||1940 , February-22|
|Age:||80 years old|
|Height:||5 Feet 3 Inch|
|Birth Name||Judy Valerie Cornwell|
|Birth Place/City||Hammersmith, London, England|
|Married to||John Kelsall Parry (December 18, 1960 - present)|
|Education||Saint Michael Boarding school|
|Movies||Friends and Neighbours, The Wild Racers, Cry Wolf, Brotherly Love, Wuthering Heights|
|TV Show||The Younger Generation, The River Flows East, Moody and Pegg, Doctor Who, EastEnders, Doctors|
|Books||Adventures of a Jelly Baby, Cow and Cow Parsley, Fishcakes at the Ritz, The Seventh Sunrise, Fear and Favour|
Judy Cornwell is a retired English film and television actress whose career spanned over five decades beginning in the late-'50s and ending in the mid-2010s. She has had many notable films and television roles in that time including TV series like The Younger Generation, The River Flows East, Moody and Pegg, Doctor Who, EastEnders, and Doctors; and movies like Friends and Neighbours, The Wild Racers, Cry Wolf, Brotherly Love, and Wuthering Heights.
How Old is Judy Cornwell? What is her Height?
Judy Cornwell was born on February 22, 1940, as Judy Valerie Cornwell, in Hammersmith, London, England. As of October 2020, she is 80-year-old and stands at 5 feet 3 inches (1.6 meters).
Her father served in the UK Royal Air Force and she attended a convent school and later, Saint Michael Boarding school in Heacham, Norfolk. Her family moved to Australia when she was relatively young but she moved back to England in her teens and became a professional dancer and comedian.
Judy Cornwell made her on-screen debut in 1959 in the comedy feature film Friends and Neighbours. She made her television debut as Iris Pettigrew in the BBC drama series Dixon of Dock Green.
Since then, she has been seen in shows like The Younger Generation, The River Flows East, Moody and Pegg, Doctor Who, EastEnders, and Doctors. On the big screens, some of her most notable appearances include movies like The Wild Racers, Cry Wolf, Brotherly Love, and Wuthering Heights.
Cornwell is most known as Daisy in the BBC1 sitcom Keeping Up Appearances and as Anya Claus, the wife of Santa Claus in the 1995 Christmas movie Santa Claus: The Movie.
Besides her 2005 autobiography Adventures of a Jelly Baby, Cornwell has also published other novels including 1985's Cow and Cow Parsley, 1989's Fishcakes at the Ritz, 1994's The Seventh Sunrise, and 1996's Fear and Favour.
Mother of a Son with Husband John Kelsall Parry
Judy Cornwell is mother to a son, Edward, with her longtime husband John Kelsall Parry. She got married to Parry on December 18, 1960, and they have been together for nearly six decades.
The couple resides in Brighton, England.
What is Judy Cornwell's Net Worth?
Judy Cornwell is believed to hold a net worth of at least $3 million in 2020. Her wealth comes from her career as an actress. The 80-year-old retiree has enjoyed over six decades of eminence as a screen actress.
She has been seen in nearly a hundred films and television shows since her debut in the late-'50s including shows like The Younger Generation, The River Flows East, Moody and Pegg, Doctor Who, EastEnders, and Doctors; and movies like Friends and Neighbours, The Wild Racers, Cry Wolf, Brotherly Love, and Wuthering Heights.