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Rebecca Front is a Actor British born on 16 may 1964 at London (United-kingdom)

Rebecca Front

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Birth name Rebecca Louise Front
Nationality United-kingdom
Birth 16 may 1964 (59 years) at London (United-kingdom)

Rebecca Louise Front (born 16 May 1964) is a BAFTA award–winning English comedy actress and occasional writer best known for her performances in The Thick of It, and series of satirical comedies in the early 1990s: On The Hour, The Day Today and Knowing Me, Knowing You…with Alan Partridge. During the early 2000s, her career continued across a range of comedy genres with prominent roles in animation Monkey Dust, Time Gentlemen Please, Nighty Night, and sketch show Big Train. She has also been seen in a number of dramatic roles, including Chief Superintendent Jean Innocent in Lewis, Mrs Bennet in Death Comes to Pemberley and Mrs Landau in The Eichmann Show.

Biography

Front was born in Stoke Newington, London, to Sheila and Charles Front. Her mother wrote children's books, which her father illustrated. Her father also designed the title-logo on the cover of the Beatles' album Rubber Soul. She is married, with two children, Oliver Jack (born 24 November 1998) and Matilda "Tilly" Amy (born 28 April 2001). Her father was Jewish and her mother was of Jewish and Welsh descent (her maternal grandmother was Welsh). Front was brought up in Reform Judaism.

Her brother is writer and comic actor Jeremy Front and the two siblings have collaborated on writing and performance projects – the most recent is a series of spoof documentaries entitled Incredible Women for Radio 4. Front's book Curious: True Stories and Loose Connections (published 2014) is a collection of autobiographical stories.

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Brian W. Cook
Brian W. Cook
(1 films)
Jorge Blanco
Jorge Blanco
(1 films)
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Terence Rigby
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Mathew Horne
Mathew Horne
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Filmography of Rebecca Front (6 films)

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Actress

Horrid Henry: The Movie, 1h33
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Comedy, Adventure
Themes Children's films
Actors Theodore Stevenson, Anjelica Huston, Scarlett Stitt, Richard E. Grant, David Schneider, Rebecca Front
Roles Mrs Oddbod
Rating36% 1.8293551.8293551.8293551.8293551.829355
At the beginning, Horrid Henry tries to steal cookies from Moody Margaret's Secret Club, and succeeds, but before he could eat them, his mother interrupts, telling him to do his homework. In the morning, Henry's mother wakes him up, and tells him to go to school. When she reminds him to take his homework, he remembers that his homework is in a really bad state, and leaves it behind. When he goes to school, Henry arranges for a forged note to be made, this and the lack of homework lands him in detention. Later, Miss Oddbod, the headteacher, tells Henry's class that the school inspectors are coming, and they don't want any 'unpleasantness'. With Henry in detention, his friends join him to practice for a talent contest, but their rehearsal is interrupted.
Planet 51
Planet 51 (2009)
, 1h37
Directed by Jorge Blanco
Origin Espagne
Genres Science fiction, Comedy, Adventure, Animation
Themes Space adventure films, Monde imaginaire, Sur une planète fictive, Comedy science fiction films, Films set in the future, Films about extraterrestrial life, Films about extraterrestrial life
Actors Dwayne Johnson, Jessica Biel, Justin Long, Gary Oldman, Seann William Scott, John Cleese
Rating59% 2.998412.998412.998412.998412.99841
On Planet 51, green humanoids with snail-like feelers and pointed ears live peacefully in a society reminiscent of 1950s America, but with alien technology and with 1950s-themed alien homes. In the town of Glipforg, Lem is a teenage boy with a new part-time job at the local planetarium and a long-time crush on his neighbor Neera. His best friend is Skiff, a big fan of the Humaniacs films. At a barbecue Neera's family is having, Lem tries to ask her on a date, but her hippie friend, Glar, keeps interrupting with his protest songs.
Colour Me Kubrick, 1h27
Directed by Brian W. Cook
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes Medical-themed films, L'usurpation d'identité, Films about psychiatry, Escroquerie
Actors John Malkovich, Marisa Berenson, Marc Warren, Jim Davidson, Richard E. Grant, Ken Russell
Rating60% 3.047583.047583.047583.047583.04758
Colour Me Kubrick begins with a direct homage to A Clockwork Orange with the after-effects of one of Alan Conway's (Malkovich) minor cons: two thugs are sent to collect a bar bill that Conway has generated by impersonating Kubrick. Conway has provided the address of an elderly couple as Kubrick's home address. Conway is nowhere to be seen, and the thugs are arrested by the police for causing a ruckus outside the house.
Suzie Gold
Suzie Gold (2004)
, 1h34
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes Films about religion, Films about Jews and Judaism
Actors Summer Phoenix, Iddo Goldberg, Stanley Townsend, Rebecca Front, Sophie Winkleman, Joseph Long
Roles Barbara Gold
Rating56% 2.804382.804382.804382.804382.80438
The film stars Summer Phoenix as the title character, in the role of a young Jewish woman living in London with a sister who is about to marry a young Jewish man. Breaking with the ideas of her traditionally orthodox family, Suzie falls in love with Darren (Leo Gregory), who happens not to be Jewish. She fears introducing him to her family because of their opposition to marrying outside of one's faith.