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Mini Bio (1)

Anna-Marie was born on the day her father, Jeff Wayne's album, "The War of the Worlds", entered the music charts.

By the age of 13, she had persuaded her father to let her follow him (and her grandfather, Jerry Wayne, the original "Sky Masterson" in "Guys & Dolls" in London's West End) into the entertainment industry.

Anna-Marie soon signed with London's Sylvia Young Agency and was soon appearing in the BBC's popular show Grange Hill (1978), Carlton TV's hit series The Upper Hand (1990), alongside Honor Blackman, and Mr. Bean: Merry Christmas, Mr. Bean (1992), alongside Rowan Atkinson.

She later graduated from the UK's prestigious Guildford School of Acting after completing their 3-year degree in Acting and has worked professionally on film, TV, radio and stage ever since, including filming a lead role in the feature film, Number One, Longing. Number Two, Regret (2004), alongside Jenny Agutter and creating the lead role of "Elisa" alongside Adam Garcia in "Solitary Confinment" on stage in London's West End. She has gone on to star in numerous feature films in the US. Anna-Marie splits her time between in Los Angeles and London.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

Trivia (4)

Anna-Marie holds both UK and US passports.
Daughter of musician Jeff Wayne and Geraldine Wayne.
Granddaughter of actor/singer Jerry Wayne.
Sister of Jemma Wayne, Jebidiah Wayne and Joab Wayne.

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