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Joanna Lumley Contact Address, Phone Number, Email ID, Website

Celebrity Name : Joanna Lumley (Contact Details)

Category : ActressTV ActressFilm Actress

Contact Address : London, UK (United Kingdom)

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Twitter Handle : twitter.com/joannalumley

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About : Joanna Lumley is India born British actress, voice actress and former model who is 71 years old. She acted in more than 100 movies and TV shows. She started acted in 1957 in TV series ‘Emergency-Ward 10’. Her first movie ‘Some Girls Do’ released in 1969.

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  • Rebecca stephens June 29, 2017, 12:03 pm

    Looking forward to your upcoming program about kashmir….I have many friends living there who are suffering…is it possible you could familiarise yourself of what’s going on there …the blinding of children with pellets the beatings. The killing…the blackouts of internet and the curfews….all which have a effect on tourism and the day to day living….someone needs to bring this to the attention of the media…and try to help….thank you I hope as this is the place of your birth you may feel compelled to help in some way

  • Paul Broadhurst July 25, 2017, 12:50 pm

    I was born in Benares ,Varanasi in 1940 and migrated to Australia in 194/5
    I would like to contact Joanna. My father was an electrical engineer with the British India Army with the rank of Captain. I have been back to India when I was an aircraft electrical engineer on a number of occasions to Trivanderum as flight Engineer. I now live in Darwin Northern Territory. Hoping to hear from you.
    Paul Broadhurst

  • Martin Scherer July 25, 2017, 4:15 pm

    Is that Joanna Lumley’s face fronting Utility Warehouse?

    I am surprised Ms. Lumley can lend her name and reputation to a company with such a poor consumer service record.

  • linda hindley July 30, 2017, 1:09 pm

    My son has just completed a grueling 60 mile sponsored walk along the South Downs Way in support of the Gurkhas and Oxfam. I appreciate your fight for equality for the Gurkhas, but wouldn’t it be great to get the two charities to work together on a sustainable community project in that remote region in Nepal that would offer young men alternative employment to enlisting in the British Army?

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