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Kirsten Hughes

Kirsten Hughes is known for her work on Jane and the Lost City (1987), The Enid Blyton Adventure Series (1996) and The Kitchen Toto (1987). See full bio »

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Known For

The Enid Blyton Adventure Series
The Kitchen Toto
The Kitchen Toto Mary McKinnon


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 2003 Reversals (TV Movie)
Cynthia Barton
 1996 The Enid Blyton Adventure Series (TV Series)
Allison Mannering
- Valley of Adventure (1996) ... Allison Mannering
- River of Adventure (1996) ... Allison Mannering
- Circus of Adventures (1996) ... Allison Mannering
- Ship of Adventure (1996) ... Allison Mannering
- Mountain of Adventure (1996) ... Allison Mannering
 1987-1991 Boon (TV Series)
Kate Hindley / Trudy
- Houseguests (1991) ... Kate Hindley
- Trudy's Grit (1987) ... Trudy
 1989 At the Cafe Continental (TV Series)
- Flogging a Dead Prince (1989) ... Anna
 1987 The Kitchen Toto
Mary McKinnon
 1986 Starting Out (TV Series)
Elizabeth Robertson
- To Be or Not to Be (1986) ... Elizabeth Robertson
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 2009 Proving Grounds (Video short) (production assistant)

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Other Works:

She acted in Alan Ayckbourn, Arthur Valentine and Will Evans' play, "Tons of Money," at the West Yorkshire Playhouse in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England with Arthur Bostrom and Davyd Harries in the cast. Alan Dossor was director. See more »

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Between 1995 and 2011, Kirsten Hughes was the long-term partner of Sir Benjamin Slade, multi-millionaire baronet in the UK. The couple have worked side-by-side, transforming Maunsel House and neighbouring Woodlands Castle into a successful wedding venue.

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