Frances Ruf­felle

The Irish Mail on Sunday - TV Week - - FOOD & DRINK -

may be best known for herer Euro­vi­sion Song Contest ef­forts (she fin­ished 10th th with Lonely Sym­phony in 1994), and for winnning a Tony for her Les Misérables work inn 1987, but she has a ca­reer in TV act­ing whichh stretches back to the early 1980s. Frances, 49, 9, (left) re­vives it this week with the start of a three-episode stint as Naomi in Birds Of A Feather. It’s her first act­ing work on TV since e she ap­peared as Dawn Daniel-Spears (right), the wife of foot­ball coach David Spears, in Sky1 drama Dream Team in 2001. The free ser­vices pla player)

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