Frances RUFFELLE

Biography

Gender Female
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Birthdate 1966-08-29
Education Gate House Learning Centre, Sylvia Young Theatre Sch
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Style Ms Frances Ruffelle
Career actress and singer; >ir< roles incl: The Sleeping Prince (Haymarket) 1983, Starlight Express (Apollo) 1984, Les Misérables (RSC and Palace) 1985 and (Broadway) 1987 (Tony Award for Best Featured Actress, Helen Hayes Award for Best Newcomer, Outer Circle Critics' Award for Best Newcomer, Theatre World Award), Apples (Royal Court) 1989, Chicago (Adelphi) 2003-04 and (Cambridge Theatre) 2005, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (tour), Pippin (Menier Chocolate Factory), Congs from a Hotel Bedroom (ROH), Mathilde (Edinburgh), Make Me a Song (New Players), Lucky Stiff (Bridewell), An Evening with Jason Robert Brown (New Players), Beneath the Dress (Edinbugh Festival, Menier Chocolate Factory and Garrick); >ir< incl: The Equalizer (CBS) 1987, Further Adventures of Robin Hood (Channel 5) 1999, Headless (Channel 5) 2000 (also co-wrote soundtrack), Dream Team 2001-02, Strangers (ITV), SWALK (ITV), The Hard Word (ITV), Objects of Affection Marks (BBC); >ir< Wildcats of St Trinian's 1980, The Road to Ithaca 1999, The Invitation, Secrets and Lies, P'Tang Yang Kipperbang, Keep Off the Grass, Les Miserables 2012, Devil's Tower 2013; >ir< contrib incl: cast of Les Misérables London 1985 and Broadway 1987, cast of Starlight Express 1984, duet with Christopher Cross on Back of My Mind 1988, featured on Ian Dury's Apples 1989, cast of Children of Eden 1991, duet with Michael Crawford on Michael Crawford Sings Andrew Lloyd Webber 1991; solo albums: Fragile 1996, Frances Ruffelle 1998, Showgirl 2004, Imperfectly Me; Purif.y (as PaTala) 2005
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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