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Sue Lawley


Sue Lawley was born on July 14, 1946 in Dudley, West Midlands, England as Susan Lawley. She is an actress, known for BiteBaCk (1991), See for Yourself (1989) and Election 74 (1974). She has been married to Roger Hugh Williams since 1987. She was previously married to David Arnold Ashby. See full bio »

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Known For

BiteBaCk
BiteBaCk Herself - Presenter
(1992-1995)
See for Yourself
See for Yourself Herself - Presenter
(1989)
Election 74
Election 74 Herself - Reporter
(1974)
Question Time
Question Time Herself - Chairman
(1984-1987)

Filmography

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 2004 My Dad's the Prime Minister (TV Series)
Sue Lawley
- Desert Island (2004) ... Sue Lawley
 1996 Absolutely Fabulous (TV Series)
Sue Lawley
- The Last Shout: Part 1 (1996) ... Sue Lawley (voice)
 1986 Yes, Prime Minister (TV Series)
Sue Lawley, TV News
- The Bishops Gambit (1986) ... Sue Lawley, TV News (voice, uncredited)
 1983 Bergerac (TV Series)
Nationwide Interviewer
- A Miracle Every Week (1983) ... Nationwide Interviewer
 1981 Yes Minister (TV Series)
Sue Lawley
- The Quality of Life (1981) ... Sue Lawley
 1975 The Goodies (TV Series)
Sue Lawley
- Special: Goodies Rule OK? (1975) ... Sue Lawley
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I'm sorry, but what's mine is mine - I don't want to be picked over. I hate being Vox-popped by newspapers for an instant quote. That's the way I am. See more »

Trivia:

Has appeared on both news and current affairs programs on television, including "Nationwide", "Tonight" and Election Budget Specials as Presenter, and on the "Nine O'Clock News" and "Six O'Clock News" as newsreader. See more »

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