Tricia Penrose

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Tricia Penrose

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Tricia Penrose
Born Patricia Penrose
(1970-04-09) 9 April 1970 (age 47)
Kirkby, Lancashire, England
Other names Trisha Penrose
Occupation Actress, television presenter, singer
Years active 1987–present
Spouse(s) Mark Simpkin (m. 2003)

PatriciaTriciaPenrose (born 9 April 1970) is an English actress and singer. She is best known for her role as Gina Ward in ITV1‘s long-running 1960s drama Heartbeat, a role she played continuously from 1993 to 2010. She has also appeared on The Royal, Coronation Street, Emmerdale, Boon, Justice, Fort Boyard, The Bill and Dancin’ Thru the Dark.

Singing Profile[edit]

Although primarily focused on her acting career, Penrose has also had an interest in the music industry, releasing two singles – “Where Did Our Love Go?” (1996, UK No. 71) and “Don’t Wanna Be Alone” (2000, UK No. 44).[1] In 2002, she reached the final of A Song for Europe (the competition to select the UK’s Eurovision Song Contest entry) but did not win. In 2004, however, she won a Christmas edition of the ITV show Stars in Their Eyes, performing as Brenda Lee and singing “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree“. She has also sung a number of times on Heartbeat. In 2006 she signed a contract with the show, said to be worth £100,000.[citation needed] The final series of Heartbeat aired in 2009–10. In 2001, Penrose appeared on Lily Savage’s Blankety Blank.[2]

Acting Roles[edit]

Penrose first TV role was as WPC Emma Reid in Brookside.

In 1987 Penrose appeared in the ‘A Ride on the Wild Side’ episode of Boon as Lindy Yates (1 episode, 1987), before a cast role in 1988’s “Vroom” . Penrose appeared in a 1990 episode of “Medics” as the character Jean and in the same year had a part in “Dancin’ Thru the Dark”

Penrose appeared in Emmerdale Farm (now “Emmerdale”) in 1991 as Louise  and then in 2 episodes of Coronation Street in 1991/92.

Penrose appearance as Carol the Barmaid in 1993’s “Terraces” was followed by her longest running role as Gina Ward in  Heartbeat where she appeared in over 300 episodes between 1993 and the series and the final episode in 2010.

Penrose also appeared (as Gina Ward) in 2 episodes of the “Heartbeat” spin-off The Royal in 2003.

In 2011 Penrose appeared as Hayley Gosling in the critically acclaimed British legal drama, Justice.

Celebrity Appearances[edit]

In 2007, Penrose came second in the third series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy on BBC1, beaten by Tara Palmer-Tomkinson. In 2008 she released an aerobics DVD. In July 2010, she was a contestant on the BBC programme Celebrity MasterChef, but she was eliminated at the first hurdle after serving up uncooked liver.

Penrose appeared in the ITV programme Sing If You Can in May 2011 in order to help raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust charity.

In January 2013, she appeared as a housemate on Celebrity Big Brother 11. As part of Big Brother’s task, she was initially chosen to enter the main luxury house instead of the basement. Penrose was evicted in a semi-final double eviction, alongside Frankie Dettori on Day 21.

In September 2014 she appeared on ITV programme Who’s Doing the Dishes?, preparing a prawn cocktail starter, roast beef dinner and berry meringue, even with the Heartbeat clues the guests didn’t guess their celebrity chef.

In 2015 she appeared in Big Star’s Little Star with her son Freddy.

Roy Castle Ambassador[edit]

Penrose mother, Sue, was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2010 and through her treatment Penrose became involved with Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation quickly becoming an Ambassador and raising funds for the charity, including recording “You Had A Dream In Your Heart” [1] written by Professor Ray Donnelly (who founded the organisation) to mark the organisation’s 25th anniversary in 2015

Business Interests[edit]

Penrose is a Director of “Simply Luxury Travel” [2], which specialises in luxury holidays, and also “Adlington Memorial Park” [3] which is England’s largest private natural burial ground in AdlingtonCheshire, (in the grounds of the historic Adlington Hall estate)

Personal[edit]

Penrose is married to TV presenter Mark Simpkin, with two sons, Jake (born 2003), and Freddy Jay (born 2008). She has an older brother called Paul.

Tricia Penrose Filmography, List of Tricia Penrose Movies and TV Shows – FamousFix

Acting Credits

2012
Crime Stories
Shirley Carroll
2011
Justice (TV Show)
Haley Gosling
2003
The Royal (2003) (TV Show)
1999
Big Stage
1992
Heartbeat (1992) (TV Show)
1990
Symphony Girl #1
1990
Medics (1990) (TV Show)
Jean
1990
Coasting (TV Show)
Liz
1989
Split Ends (1989) (TV Show)
Sonja
1988
Vroom
Supermarket girl
1988
How to Be Cool (1988) (TV Show)
Julie
1986
Boon (1986) (TV Show)
Lindy Yates
1982
Brookside (1982) (TV Show)
WPC Emma Reid, Ruth
1972
Emmerdale (1972) (TV Show)
Louise
1968
Scene (TV Show)
Carol the Barmaid
1960
Coronation Street (1960) (TV Show)
Receptionist

Soundtrack Credits

1992
Heartbeat (1992) (TV Show)
1990
Stars in Their Eyes (1990) (TV Show)

Self

2014
Who’s Doing the Dishes?
2012
Pointless Celebrities
2011
2010
30 Years of ‘An Audience With…’ (TV Show)
2008
Drama Trails (TV Show)
2007
2007
Deadline (2007) (TV Show)
2007
The Real Extras (TV Show)
2006
Celebrity Masterchef (2006) (TV Show)
2006
Viewer of the Year 2006 (TV Movie)
2005
ITV 50 Greatest Shows (TV Movie)
2005
The British Soap Awards 2005 (TV Movie)
2005
Queen Mania: The Show Must Go On (TV Show)
2005
Big Call, The (TV Show)
2004
Abbamania 2 (TV Show)
2004
Abbamania: We Say Thank You for the Music (TV Show)
2003
Comic Relief Does Fame Academy (TV Show)
2003
Love 2 Shop (TV Show)
2002
2002
Today with Des and Mel (2002) (TV Show)
2002
10 Years of Heartbeat (TV Show)
2002
An Audience with Lulu (TV Movie)
2002
Song for Europe, A (TV Movie)
2001
Celebrity Big Brother (2001) (TV Show)
2001
TV Burp (2001) (TV Show)
2001
All-Star Family Fortunes (TV Show)
2000
The Weakest Link (2000) (TV Show)
2000
The Brian Conley Show (TV Show)
1999
Loose Women (1999) (TV Show)
1999
It’s Only TV… But I Like It (TV Show)
1999
Soap Fever (TV Show)
1998
1997
Light Lunch (TV Show)
1997
Night Fever (TV Show)
1996
Man O Man (TV Show)
1995
The Richard Whiteley Show
1990
Stars in Their Eyes (1990) (TV Show)
1988
This Morning (1988) (TV Show)
1987
Through the Keyhole (TV Show)
1977
Blankety Blank (1977) (TV Show)
All Star Family Fortunes (TV Show)
Star for a Night (TV Show)
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