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Date of Birth 28 June 1966Wimbledon, London, England, UK
Height 5' 4" (1.63 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Fay Ripley was born on June 28, 1966 in Wimbledon, London, England. She is an actress, known for Mute Witness (1995), Cold Feet (1997) and Bon Voyage (2006). She has been married to Daniel Lapaine since September 2001. They have two children.

Spouse (1)

Daniel Lapaine (September 2001 - present) (2 children)

Trivia (11)

Trained at Guildhall School of Drama in London and graduated in 1990.
Began a relationship with Daniel Lapaine in 1998; they married in 2001 and have two children together.
Has three brothers and two sisters.
As a teenager, it took Fay three years to be accepted into drama school - she was eventually accepted by the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London.
Her mother runs an antique shop in the town of Lewes in southern England
It is reported that Fay was offered 500,000 pounds to stay with the series, Cold Feet (1997).
Her father's sister was a pop singer with the stage name of Twinkle who had a big hit in the 1960s called 'Terry'.
She met UK actor James Purefoy when she was just 16 and lived with him for more than a decade.
Gave birth to her 1st child at age 36, a daughter Parker Lapaine on 31 October 2002. Child's father is her husband, Daniel Lapaine.
Gave birth to her 2nd child at age 40, a son Sonny Lapaine on 4 October 2006. Child's father is her husband, Daniel Lapaine.
Fay is busy filming and starring in TV adverts for the National Lottery in the UK. [February 2006]

Personal Quotes (2)

I love it when people recognise me. Actors who say they don't like it are lying. I don't get any raunchy fan mail, but I do get lots of nice letters from middle-aged men who still live with their mums!
[on the speed of making unscripted drama Suspects (2014)] It felt like Vietnam. But the pay-off is, at that speed you're not over-thinking it, and when someone does say something that incriminates themselves, you're reacting for real. It's not a scripted, "Oh, I see," but "Oh! Really?" because you're hearing it for the first time.

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