Celebrity MasterChef continues Friday with another round in the kitchen. Meet member Lesley Joseph ahead of new episodes…
Famous MasterChef Friday continues with another round of challenging celebrity cooking challenges. John Thorode as well as Gregg Wallace will return again to judge a round in which one lucky person will be awarded a place in the completion semi-final.
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The star taking part in Friday’s episode is an actress. Leslie Joseph. Get to know the star a little more after her time in the kitchen…
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Who is Leslie Joseph?
Leslie Joseph is an actress and TV presenter. The 76-year-old was born in London but spent her childhood in Kingsthorpe, Northampton, where she grew up and went to school.
Why is Leslie Joseph famous?
TV viewers know that Leslie is perhaps best known for her role as Dorien Green on the BBC One sitcom. Birds of a feather, which also starred Pauline Quirk and Linda Robson.
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Leslie Joseph is best known for her role in Feathered Birds.
But the actress has other merits, including Night and day, Spy watch as well as Roots. In addition to acting, Leslie has worked as a TV presenter on a number of shows such as This morning, slutty women as well as Bit Big Brother on the side.
The star also took part in programs such as Dancing with the Stars, Great British Sewing Bee as well as Journey of the famous coach.
Leslie is hoping to impress the judges at Celebrity MasterChef.
What else do you need to know about Leslie Joseph?
Leslie’s current marital status or relationship is unknown. However, she is the mother of two children. Leslie shares son Andrew and daughter Elizabeth with her previous partner Carl Littlejohn.
She also talked about losing her mom in 2016. Leslie told the Mirror: “Losing your mother when you’re very young is incredibly difficult because they don’t age with you.
“But if you lose them when they get older, you will have them for the rest of your life. I had a very close relationship with my mother. She was one of 12 and was the last to die. I’m talking to her. every day in my head.
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