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Nadia Sawalha is a Actor British born on 18 november 1964 at Wandsworth (United-kingdom)

Nadia Sawalha

Nadia Sawalha
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Birth name Nadia Sawalha
Nationality United-kingdom
Birth 18 november 1964 (59 years) at Wandsworth (United-kingdom)

Nadia Sawalha (born 18 November 1964) is an English actress and television presenter best known for her role as Annie Palmer in the BBC One soap opera EastEnders from 1997 to 1999.
After winning the 2007 series of Celebrity MasterChef, Sawalha has continued to make appearances on cookery shows, not only as a presenter, but also as a chef.

Biography

Sawalha is the daughter of the Jordanian-born English actor Nadim Sawalha and his English wife Roberta Lane. She is the sister of television actress Julia Sawalha. In 1997, the three starred together in Dearest Daddy... Darling Daughter at the Young Vic Theatre in South London.

Sawalha has suffered from psoriasis and has used homeopathy rather than conventional treatment.

On 25 December 1997, Sawalha's first husband Justin Mildwater committed suicide. They had been married for five years, but had split up a few months before.

On 6 June 2002, she married second husband, television producer Mark Adderley. They have two daughters, Maddy (born 25 December 2002) and Kiki (born August 2007).

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Filmography of Nadia Sawalha (4 films)

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Actress

Station Jim, 1h30
Genres Drama, Romance
Actors George Cole, Charlie Creed-Miles, John Thomson, Laura Fraser, Celia Imrie, Frank Finlay
Roles Rosa
Rating69% 3.479893.479893.479893.479893.47989
Un jeune homme tente de sauver, avec l'aide de son chien et de sa fiancée, l'orphelinat où il a grandi.
Clockwise
Clockwise (1986)
, 1h36
Directed by Christopher Morahan
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Comedy
Themes Films about education
Actors John Cleese, Penelope Wilton, Alison Steadman, Stephen Moore, Patrick Godfrey, Joan Hickson
Roles Mandy
Rating65% 3.2977753.2977753.2977753.2977753.297775
Brian Stimpson (Cleese), headmaster of Thomas Tompion Comprehensive School, has been elected to chair the annual Headmasters' Conference. Habitually disorganised as a young man, Stimpson is now fastidiously organized and punctual, and his school runs "like clockwork". He is the first headmaster of a comprehensive school to chair a Headmaster's Conference, that honour usually being reserved for heads of the more prestigious private schools.