Biography

Kelly Adams (born 16 October 1979 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire) is an English actress.

A pupil of North Kesteven School in North Hykeham, Adams trained at the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in Wood Green, London. Initially playing Tara Palmer-Tomkinson in a docu-soap about Prince William, she later appeared in Doctors before playing Mickie Hendrie in Holby City from 2004 to 2006. Her ambitious character left for Newcastle Medical school to study to be a doctor.

Adams has since appeared as the servant Eve in the Robin Hood episode "A Thing or Two About Loyalty", and is currently[when?] co-starring with Adrian Edmondson on the BBC Radio 2 comedy show, Teenage Kicks.

In 2009 Adams joined the cast of long-running BBC1 drama series Hustle for its fifth season, playing the role of Emma Kennedy, a new member of Mickey Bricks' crew of con artists. She has continued in the role of Emma for two further seasons of the drama, the most recent of which (Season 7) aired from 7 January 2011. In an episode of Series 6 Adams plays the role of Kylie Minogue as a parody of Adams striking resemblance to the Australian singer.

In 2010 Adams appeared in the movie My Last Five Girlfriends as Wendy. She also had a small role in the 2009 biographical film Bronson, about the notorious prisoner Charles Bronson, and in a British science fiction thriller Beacon77, which was shown at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival.

Adams married long term partner, fashion photographer Chris Kennedy, in a ceremony at Hackney Town Hall in February 2011, after proposing to him on a trip to Bruges.

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Kelly Adams (born 16 October 1979 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire) is an English actress.

A pupil of North Kesteven School in North Hykeham, Adams trained at the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in Wood Green, London. Initially playing Tara Palmer-Tomkinson in a docu-soap about Prince William, she later appeared in Doctors before playing Mickie Hendrie in Holby City from 2004 to 2006. Her ambitious character left for Newcastle Medical school to study to be a doctor.

Adams has since appeared as the servant Eve in the Robin Hood episode "A Thing or Two About Loyalty", and is currently[when?] co-starring with Adrian Edmondson on the BBC Radio 2 comedy show, Teenage Kicks.

In 2009 Adams joined the cast of long-running BBC1 drama series Hustle for its fifth season, playing the role of Emma Kennedy, a new member of Mickey Bricks' crew of con artists. She has continued in the role of Emma for two further seasons of the drama, the most recent of which (Season 7) aired from 7 January 2011. In an episode of Series 6 Adams plays the role of Kylie Minogue as a parody of Adams striking resemblance to the Australian singer.

In 2010 Adams appeared in the movie My Last Five Girlfriends as Wendy. She also had a small role in the 2009 biographical film Bronson, about the notorious prisoner Charles Bronson, and in a British science fiction thriller Beacon77, which was shown at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival.

Adams married long term partner, fashion photographer Chris Kennedy, in a ceremony at Hackney Town Hall in February 2011, after proposing to him on a trip to Bruges.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Kelly Adams, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Female

Known Credits 12

Birthday 1979-10-16

Place of Birth Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England

Official Site http://kellyadams.co.uk

Also Known As

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

2013 Bluestone 42 (20 episodes) as Mary
2012 The Town (3 episodes) as Lucy
2012 The Cricklewood Greats as Jenny Driscoll
2012 Endeavour (1 episode) as Cynthia Riley
2010 My Last Five Girlfriends as Wendy
2010 The Persuasionists (6 episodes)
2009 The 7th Dimension as Sarah
2009 The Boxer as Natalie
2008 Bronson as Irene
2006 Robin Hood (1 episode)
2004 Hustle (48 episodes) as Emma Kennedy
1993 GMTV (1 episode)

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