Ward Winners

Sunday Mirror (London, England), November 14, 2004 | Go to article overview

Ward Winners


Byline: LUCY LAWRENCE

NURSE CLAIRE GUILDFORD (LEANNE WILSON, 24)

5 SEC INTERVIEW

FAMILY I'm a real daddy's girl

XMAS Family in Hertfordshire

VAMP/CASUALDefinitevamp

BRAINS/BRAWN Brawn

CATS/DOGS Dogs

STAY IN/GO OUT Stay in

CHINESE/INDIAN Indian

TOPSHOP/GUCCI 50:50

BLONDELeanne has been in Casualty the longest of the three - just over a year. She says: "It's such a great show to be in - it's a a cliche but everybody really does get on."

Unlike most of the cast who live apart from their families in the week, Leanne goes home to her builder boyfriend Keith Whallett, 30 - who's now trying his hand at modelling.

She says: "He's from Birmingham so we're living near Gloucester, half way between there and Bristol, where the series is filmed. He loves the whole showbiz thing and doesn't get jealous.

"In fact, he loves it when he gets pictured with me!"

Before Casualty, Herts-born Leanne was known for whipping off her top in a Muller yoghurt ad and playing a pole-dancing barmaid in the American sci-fi series Tracker.

She keeps her curves in perfect shape by going to the gym, jogging and a workout video she can do in the front room. "Sometimes with the filming schedule you just can't get to the gym so exercise tapes are a great way to keep fit at home," she says.

As Claire, not content with snogging one of her colleague's lovers, she's been comforting Nina over Ab's decision to marry her step-sister. "I filmed a catfight with Bex and I'd love to do more of that sort of thing!" she says. "I now fancy doing an action movie like Uma Thurman!"

PARAMEDIC NINA FARR (REBEKAH GIBBS, 31)

5 SEC INTERVIEW

FAMILY I'm a mummy's girl

XMAS Skiing in Spain

VAMP/CASUAL It depends...

BRAINS/BRAWN Brains

CATS/DOGS Dogs

STAY IN/GO OUT Stay in

CHINESE/INDIAN Chinese

TOPSHOP/GUCCI Bit of bothREBEKAH is one talented lady - she made her name in musical theatre productions, such as A Chorus Line, Fame and Grease, before moving to the small screen.

She says: "I love theatre. But I'm 31 and needed to get some stability in my life - and Casualty was a fabulous opportunity. My character is sparky and adventurous and there are set to be some amazing scenes between her, Ellen and Abs. At the moment she's confiding her worries in Claire, Leanne's character."

Rebekah lives in Bristol during the week but at weekends returns to her long-term boyfriend, a businessman in Kent. …

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