Maureen Lipman studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and made her acting debut in The Knack in 1969. Since then she has appeared in a number of West End productions.
Through more than 30 years in the profession, Maureen has only been out of work for four months - and that was when she needed major surgery to remove a tumour at the top of her spine, which was threatening to paralyse her. She has written several humorous books, including How Was It For You? (1985); Thank You For Having Me (1990); You Can Read Me Like a Book (1996) and Lip Reading (1999) which is another collection of random stories of a chaotic lifestyle. She also writes a monthly column for Good Housekeeping magazine. As well as being something of a national treasure, Maureen is a much sought-after writer and public speaker.
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