Have a look at Amanda Redman: Redman is badly scarred on her upper left arm as a result of an accident when she was 15 months old. Her arm was the only part of her body permanently affected, but the trauma was so severe that she was actually pronounced clinically dead at the Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead, Sussex. These things happen; why should it be remarkable that they happened to her characters? I often note little facial scars on male characters and wonder if they were added deliberately say, if the character has a physically dangerous job or are just a part of the actor the producers decided not to hide. But the same is not true for female actors and their characters.
Amanda says she'll still be partying at 60 Image: Rex Get celebs updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email "I would always rather work with women than men," laughs Amanda Redman when we meet her on a crisp, cold afternoon in a posh London hotel. And my character, Dr Lydia Fonseca, is a real eccentric. So, sorry — I had a wonderful time," she laughs again. That laugh of hers is something we never stop hearing. It ranges from hysterical cackle, all bent over and leg smacking, to a very subtle chuckle.
Amanda Redman on Good Karma Hospital: Filming was so spiritual it helped me bond with my late mum
Share via Email 'You can tell she's a matriarch because she has big hair' It has defeated my comprehension and broken my spirit. I honestly don't see the point of it.
Tiger Aspect Get daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Playing a feisty doctor in feelgood new Sunday night drama Good Karma Hospital left actress Amanda Redman shedding real tears at times. Because filming the ITV series set in India brought her closer to her mum who died three years ago — and to the all the babies she has lost throughout her life. And Amanda, 59, reveals the touching story of a struggling community hospital held together by a team of British and Indian medics who refuse to turn anyone away gave her a spiritual experience she had never expected. I hope that the audience will too. Amanda said filming the new show was spiritual Image:
My last husband had severe health issues, we had a completely sexless marriage for all of the thirty years we shared together, and you know what, we didn't miss a bit of those 'rolls in the hay we shared a deeper more satisfying love than I or he could ever dream of.he was truly my Mr. Goodbar.😉😊😊😊