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Patsy Kensit
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Kensit at the British Academy Film Awards in 2009
Patricia Jude Kensit

(1968-03-04) 4 March 1968 (age 55)
Lambeth, London, England
Alma mater Corona Theatre School
  • Actress
  • singer
Years active1972–present
  • (m. 1988;div. 1991)
  • (m. 1992;div. 1996)
  • (m. 1997;div. 2000)
  • (m. 2009;div. 2010)
Musical career
Genres Pop
Years active1983–present
Labels Sony Music
Formerly of Eighth Wonder

Patricia Jude Kensit (born 4 March 1968) is an English actress and was the lead singer of the pop band Eighth Wonder in the 1980s.


Beginning her career as a child actor, including the 1975 Rod Steiger movie "Hennessy", Kensit gained attention when she acted in a string of commercials for Birds Eye frozen peas. She then went on to appear in the films The Great Gatsby (1974), Gold (1974), Alfie Darling (1975), The Blue Bird (1976) and Hanover Street (1979). Balancing a dual career as both an actress and a singer, in 1983, Kensit formed and became the lead singer of the pop band Eighth Wonder. The group produced several successful singles including "I'm Not Scared" and "Cross My Heart" before their split in 1989.

Kensit achieved further success in her breakthrough role as Suzette in the musical film Absolute Beginners (1986) and as Rika van den Haas in Lethal Weapon 2 (1989) before starring in the films Blue Tornado (1991), Timebomb (1991), Twenty-One (1991), Blame It on the Bellboy (1992), Bitter Harvest (1993), Full Eclipse (1993), Angels & Insects (1995), Love and Betrayal (1995) and Grace of My Heart (1996).

Following a return to television, between 2004 and 2006, Kensit played the role of Sadie King in the ITV soap opera Emmerdale and following that, she played Faye Morton in the BBC One medical drama Holby City from 2007 until 2010, and for an episode in 2019. Since 2023, she has played Emma Harding in EastEnders . Kensit has been married to musicians Dan Donovan, Jim Kerr, Liam Gallagher and Jeremy Healy.

Kensit was nominated for the Young Artist Award for Best Juvenile Actress in a Motion Picture for her role in Hanover Street (1979). In 1991, she was nominated for the Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead in Twenty-One (1991), and later had several nominations for her role in Emmerdale.

Early life and education

Kensit was born on 4 March 1968, at the General Lying-In Hospital, Lambeth, to James and Margaret Rose Kensit (née Doohan). Kensit's maternal grandparents hailed from County Leitrim, Ireland. [1] She has an older brother, Jamie, born in 1963. Her mother was a secretary at Dior and former model, who had previously dated Aga Khan IV, [2] while Kensit's father was a close associate of both the Kray Twins and the Richardson Gang, earning himself the nickname "Jimmy the Dip", and was involved in the Great Train Robbery. [2] [3] He served time in prison before Kensit was born and used a cover as an antiques dealer. [4] Kensit's godfather was Reggie Kray. [5] Her paternal grandfather was a robber and counterfeiter. [6] Kensit spent her childhood living on a council estate in Hounslow and had to sleep on mattresses on the floor. Kensit attended Newland House School, St Catherine's School, Twickenham, and Corona Theatre School. [2]


Early work

In 1972, at the age of four, Kensit appeared in a television advert for Birds Eye frozen peas. [7] She had her first big-screen role in the film For the Love of Ada . Her next film role was two years later in The Great Gatsby , with Robert Redford and Mia Farrow, the latter of whom she portrayed in the 1995 biopic, Love and Betrayal: The Mia Farrow Story . Later in 1974, she had a small role in the thriller film Gold alongside Roger Moore and Susannah York. She then starred in Alfie Darling (1975) with Joan Collins. Following that, Kensit had a leading role in the 1976 Soviet-American co-production, The Blue Bird , and she struck up a friendship with actress and co-star Elizabeth Taylor. [2] In 1979, Kensit starred in the war-romance film Hanover Street , opposite Harrison Ford and Christopher Plummer. She was nominated for Young Artist Award for Best Juvenile Actress in a Motion Picture at the Young Artist Awards for her role in the film. [8]

In the early 1980s, Kensit began to appear regularly in films. In 1981, she starred as Estella in the BBC adaptation of Great Expectations . An important role was Lady Margaret Plantagenet in the 1982 BBC Television Shakespeare production of Richard III . In the same year, she starred as the title character in the Walt Disney episode The Adventures of Pollyanna.

Rise to fame

In 1983, she starred as the leading character in the TV series Luna . The following year she starred in the children's play The Prattling Princess. In 1985, she starred in the films Silas Marner and The Corsican Brothers.

In 1983, with her brother Jamie Kensit, she helped set up the band Eighth Wonder, which included Steve Grantley and Geoff Beauchamp. [7]

In 1985, Kensit pursued a dual career as a singer and an actress. She starred as Eppie in an adaptation of Silas Marner , with Ben Kingsley. At the time, Kensit stated: "All I want is to be more famous than anything or anyone". [6]

In 1986, she won the lead female role in the film version of Absolute Beginners , based on the book by Colin MacInnes. In November 1987, she sang a duet with the Italian singer and songwriter Eros Ramazzotti, entitled La luce buona delle stelle ("The Good Light of the Stars").

In 1988, Kensit's band Eighth Wonder had two Top 40 singles: "I'm Not Scared", written by Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe and produced by the Pet Shop Boys and Phil Harding (for PWL), which reached Number 7 in the British charts. "Cross My Heart" reached Number 13. Although the band's success quickly waned, Kensit focused solely on her acting career, appearing in the 1989 film Lethal Weapon 2 as Rika van den Haas, a South African consulate secretary with whom detective Martin Riggs, played by Mel Gibson, falls in love.

In 1991, she had a leading role in the romantic comedy, Does This Mean We're Married? [9] during which she sings the song "Rambo Doll". [9]

Kensit appeared in the 1991 film Twenty-One , for which she received a nomination for Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead. Of her role, Variety magazine wrote, "Fans of Kensit get plenty of her; her lovely face and form are always the center of attention. The cool control with which she executes the role is admirable". [10] In 1992, she had a leading role in the British film Blame it on the Bellboy as Miss Carolyn Wright, a desperate estate agent in Venice who would stop at nothing to clinch a deal.

In 1995, Kensit starred with Kristin Scott Thomas and Mark Rylance in Angels & Insects , which was directed by Philip Haas, and was nominated for an Academy Award for Costume Design. Kensit's last major lead film role was in the Newcastle-based The One and Only .


In 2004, Kensit joined the cast of soap opera Emmerdale as Sadie King, and also regularly featured in the third series of Channel 4's Bo' Selecta! , along with its 2005 spin-off series A Bear's Tail. Kensit's success as the soap super-bitch in a popular comedy brought her back to the public's attention. In September 2006, Kensit left Emmerdale , stating that commuting to Yorkshire and the time away from her sons was too stressful.

In September and October 2005, Kensit appeared as a celebrity contestant in Ant & Dec's Gameshow Marathon , progressing through to Play Your Cards Right , before being eliminated by Carol Vorderman. On 23 June 2006, Kensit guest hosted The Friday Night Project with band Placebo. She appeared as the Grand High Witch of all the World at the Children's Party at the Palace in celebration of the Queen's 80th birthday in 2006. She also became the voice of online gambling website [11]

In January 2007, Kensit joined the BBC One medical drama Holby City as ward sister Faye Morton. On 14 March 2010, it was revealed that she had decided to leave the show. [12] In May 2019, it was announced that Kensit would reprise her role as Faye Morton for an episode, later in the year.

In August 2008, Kensit appeared as a subject in the sixth series of Who Do You Think You Are? . Until Bruce Forsyth's episode broadcast in July 2010, it became the highest-rated episode for the programme, being seen by 7.10 million viewers. As of 2023, it is still the second-highest rating episode of the programme. [13]

In September 2010, Kensit participated as a contestant on the eighth series of Strictly Come Dancing . [14] She was partnered with professional dancer Robin Windsor. They were the eighth couple to be eliminated from the competition, finishing in seventh place.

On 15 May 2012, she narrated the Channel 4 documentary Sex, Lies and Rinsing Guys. On 7 April 2014, Kensit was a guest panellist on ITV chat show Loose Women . [15] On 7 January 2015, Kensit took part as a housemate in the fifteenth series of Celebrity Big Brother . [16] She was the third celebrity to be evicted from the House, after spending 21 days.

In 2018, Kensit started her Conscious Puberty campaign, which came about after she experienced significant challenges during the menopause. She now uses the campaign across social media channels to converse with other women of every age. [17]

In March 2021, Kensit appeared on BBC Two's Richard Osman's House of Games . [18] Later that year, she has a guest appearance in an episode of McDonald & Dodds and starred in the film The Pebble and the Boy .

In November 2022, it was announced that Kensit would join the cast of the BBC soap opera Eastenders as Emma Harding, Lola Pearce’s estranged biological mother, making her appearance in January 2023. [19] [20] [21]

Personal life

Kensit has been married and divorced four times. In 1988, she married Dan Donovan of the band Big Audio Dynamite but they divorced in 1991. In 1992, she married Jim Kerr, lead singer of Simple Minds. During her second marriage, she gave birth to her first child, a son named James, in 1993. In April 1997, she married Liam Gallagher from the band Oasis at Marylebone Town Hall. [22] Kensit and Gallagher had a son, Lennon, born 13 September 1999, who was named after John Lennon. Lennon's godmother is actress Elizabeth Hurley, Kensit's co-star in the film Kill Cruise. [23] Kensit and Gallagher divorced in 2000. She later became involved with the DJ Jeremy Healy and announced that she was marrying for a fourth time on 29 November 2007. [24] On 31 March 2008, it was reported that the pair had split by mutual consent and had called off their wedding. [25] They reconciled, and married on 18 April 2009, in an event covered by a magazine, [26] but it was reported in February 2010 that the couple had separated. Healy was not mentioned in her 2013 autobiography.

After a relationship with footballer Ally McCoist in 2001, [27] Kensit later became involved with rap artist and beatboxer Killa Kela. They split up after a year, with Kensit stating that she did not see a future with Kela. [28] She has also been romantically linked with footballer Ryan Giggs, [29] comedian and actor David Walliams [30] and footballer Michael Gray. [31]

Kensit is a Roman Catholic, although she identifies as an à la carte member of the faith. Kensit had her children baptised and confirmed in the Catholic tradition. [32] She began attending church after her mother's death. [33]



1972 For the Love of Ada Little girlUncredited
1974 The Great Gatsby Pamela Buchanan
Gold Little Girl at Christmas PartyUncredited
1975 Alfie Darling Penny
Hennessy Angie Hennessy
1976 The Blue Bird Mytyl
1979 Lady Oscar Oscar
Hanover Street Sarah SellingerNominated – Young Artist Award for Best Juvenile Actress in a Motion Picture [34]
Quincy's Quest Jennifer
1985 The Corsican Brothers Emilie du Cailland
1986 Absolute Beginners Suzette
1988 Don Bosco Lina
A Chorus of Disapproval Linda Washbrook
1989 Lethal Weapon 2 Rika van den Haas
1990 Chicago Joe and the Showgirl Joyce Cook
Kill Cruise Su
Bullseye! Sick Lady on TrainCameo
1991 Blue Tornado Isabella
Timebomb Dr. Anna Nolmar
Twenty-One KatieNominated – Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead
Prince of Shadows Rebeca
1992 Blame It on the Bellboy Caroline Wright
The Turn of the Screw Jenny
1993 Bitter Harvest Jolene
Full Eclipse Casey Spencer
1994 Fall from Grace Lady Deirdre Sebright
Angels & Insects Eugenia Alabaster Adamson
Love and Betrayal: The Mia Farrow Story Mia Farrow
Dream Man Kris Anderson
At the Midnight Hour Elizabeth Guinness
Tunnel Vision Kelly Wheatstone
1996 Grace of My Heart Cheryl Steed
1998 Human Bomb Marcia Weller
1999 Speedway Junky Donna
Janice Beard 45 WPM Julia
2000 The Pavilion Clara Huddlestone
Best Angie Best
2001 Things Behind the Sun Denise
Bad Karma Maureen Hatcher
Loves Music, Loves to Dance Darcy Scott
2002 The One and Only Stella
Who's Your Daddy? Heather McKay
2003Darkness FallingVicki
Shelter IslandAlex Delamere
2006 Played Cindy
2007 The Magic Door Rachel
2021 The Pebble and the Boy Sonia
2022 Renegades Judy Carver


1972 Birds Eye's Frozen Peas HerselfTelevision advert [35] [36]
1973 The Brothers ToddlerEpisode: "Negotiations"
1974 Z-Cars Joanna PageEpisode: "Joanna"
1975 Churchill's People Brewster childEpisode: "America! America!"
1976 Dickens of London Georgina Hogarth 2 episodes
1977–1978The FoundationEmma Prince24 episodes
1978 Armchair Thriller Tessa5 episodes ( Quiet as a Nun )
1979 The Legend of King Arthur Morgan le FaySeries 1: Episode 1
Prince Regent Young Princess Charlotte2 episodes
Penmarric Young Mariana2 episodes
1980HannahRuth CorderAll 4 episodes
The Mystery of the Disappearing SchoolgirlsDaisyTelevision film
1981 Great Expectations Young Estella2 episodes
1982 Disneyland PollyannaEpisode: "The Adventures of Pollyanna"
Flesh and BloodGwen BrassingtonSeries 2: Episode 5
Frost in May Nanda GrayEpisode: "Frost in May"
Schoolgirl ChumsHilaryTelevision film
1983The Tragedy of Richard IIILady Margaret Plantagenet
Luna Luna6 episodes
1984 Diana Young Diana2 episodes
1985 Silas Marner: The Weaver of Raveloe EppieTelevision film
1989 Theatre Night LoukaEpisode: "Arms and the Man"
1991Does This Mean We're Married?DeenaTelevision film
1992 Screen One Hetty SorrelEpisode: "Adam Bede"
1993 Tales from the Crypt BridgetEpisode: "As Ye Sow"
1996 French and Saunders Patsy Kensit3 episodes
1998The Last Don IIJosie CiroliaBoth 2 episodes
2000 Aladdin PrincessTelevision film
2001 Casualty Charlotte Leith-JonesEpisode: "Happily Ever After"
2002 Murder in Mind Angela StephensonEpisode: "Flashback"
2003–2004 Bo' Selecta! Patsy Kensit10 episodes
2004 Monkey Trousers Various charactersTelevision film
A Bear's Christmas Tail Helen Hennerson
2004–2006 Emmerdale Sadie King Regular role; 311 episodes
Nominated – British Soap Award for Soap Bitch of the Year
Nominated – National Television Award for Most Popular Newcomer
2005 A Bear's Tail Helen HennersonAll 6 episodes
2006 Children's Party at the Palace VariousTelevision film
2007 A Bucket o' French & Saunders Various characters2 episodes
2007–2010, 2019 Holby City Faye Morton Regular role; 169 episodes
2012–2013 Lemon La Vida Loca Patsy Kensit2 episodes
2017 Tina and Bobby Betty Dean2 episodes
2020 Agatha Raisin Emma ComfreyEpisode: "The Deadly Dance"
2021 McDonald & Dodds Barbara GrahamEpisode: "The Man Who Wasn't There"
2023 EastEnders Emma Harding Guest role [37]

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