Lisa Faulkner was born on 2nd January 1973 in Kingston upon Thames, Greater London. She is an English actress. Lisa completed her graduation from Tiffin Girl's School, Kingston upon Thames, Greater London. She is the daughter of actress Sally Faulkner.
Biography and Career:
When Lisa Faulkner was sixteen she was approached by a modeling company. This offer changed her life completely. She became a model when she was a teenager.
It was in 1992 when she did her debut movie with Jane March. Her debut movie was "The Lover". When she was 21 she played the role of Alison Dangerfield for the drama Dangerfield aired on British TV. In 1994 she acted in the British movie "A Feast at Midnight", in 1996 she acted in "And The Beat Goes On", in 1998 she did the role of Louise Hope for th
e drama Brookside and between 1998 and 2001 she played the role of Dr. Victoria Merrick for Holby City.
In 2004 she along with Caroline Catz played the role of a CID policewoman for the series "Murder in Suburbia". On demand the show was again started in 2005. In 2006 she acted in play New Street Law.
In 2005 Lisa married Chris CogHill. Her husband is none other than her co-star in the series Burn It in Richmond Park and South West London.
Nearly six times she has been selected as the sexiest woman in the world by FHM.
Apart from acting Lisa Faulkner also teaches at Amanda Redman's Artists Theatre School.
When Lisa was 16 her mother died of cancer.
Birth name: Lisa Tamsin Faulkner
She was born on 2nd January 1973 in Kingston upon Thames, Greater London. She is an English actress. She is the daughter of actress Sally Faulkner.
She lives with her husband and adopted daughter Billie.
Being born on Jan 02, Lisa is a Capricorn.
Why do we like Lisa Faulkner?
We like Lisa Faulkner because she is very sexy and because she started her career at a very young age in spite of loosing her mother who was battling with cancer.
Why is Lisa Faulkner Famous?
She is famous because she was selected 6 times as the sexiest woman in the world from 1999 and 2004.
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