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Victoria Studd

Victoria Studd is an actress, known for As It Happens (1990), Oxford Road Show (1981) and Wish You Were Here...? (1974). She has been married to Edward Bonham Carter since October 1, 1994. They have three children. See full bio »

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Known For

As It Happens
As It Happens Herself - Presenter
(1990)
Oxford Road Show
(1981)
Wish You Were Here...?
Wish You Were Here...? Herself - Presenter / Herself / Herself - Reporter
(1991-1996)
Privileged
Privileged Lucy
(1982)

Filmography

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 1982 Privileged
Lucy
 1982 Riverside (TV Series)
Presenter
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 1991-1996 Wish You Were Here...? (TV Series documentary)
Herself - Presenter / Herself / Herself - Reporter
- Episode dated 13 March 1996 (1996) ... Herself
- Episode dated 28 February 1996 (1996) ... Herself - Presenter
- Episode dated 22 March 1995 (1995) ... Herself - Presenter
- Episode dated 10 January 1994 (1994) ... Herself - Presenter
- Episode dated 13 December 1993 (1993) ... Herself - Presenter
 1991 Holiday (TV Series documentary)
Herself - Presenter
- Episode dated 2 April 1991 (1991) ... Herself - Presenter
- Episode dated 19 March 1991 (1991) ... Herself - Presenter
- Episode dated 12 February 1991 (1991) ... Herself - Presenter
 1990 As It Happens (TV Series)
Herself - Presenter
 1985 Splash (TV Series)
Herself - Presenter
- Episode dated 24 September 1985 (1985) ... Herself - Presenter
 1981 Oxford Road Show (TV Series)
Herself
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Became a television presenter, and was co-presenting lunchtime shows on the BBC with the likes of Ross King in the early 90s See more »

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