Ruthie Henshall

Birth Day March 7th, 1967
Birth Place Orpington, Greater London, England
Age 54 Years Old
Zodiac Sign Pisces

About Ruthie Henshall

An English actress, singer, and dancer, Valentine Ruth Henshall is professionally known as Ruthie Henshall. She is well recognized for her work in musical theatre. She was part of the original London cast of Miss Saigon in 1989-1990, and portrayed Roxie Hart in both the London and Broadway performances of "Chicago".  She made her debut at a local production before joining a touring production of "A Chorus Line". She started her professional stage career in 1986, before making her West End debut in "Cats" in 1987. A five-time Olivier Award nominee, she won the 1995 Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her role as Amalia Balash in the London revival of "She Loves Me" (1994). It was confirmed in 2020 that Henshall would be participating in the twentieth series of "I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here". She was eliminated on 29th November, finishing in 11th place. Recently, Ruthie became the second person to leave the castle and declared: "That was brutal."

Ruthie Henshall, a famous actress, singer, and dancer

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Early Life of Ruthie Henshall

Ruthie Henshall took birth on 7th March 1967 with the real name or full name of Valentine Ruth Henshall in Orpington, Greater London, England. She holds British nationality and British-white ethnicity. Analogously, she is from a Christianity religion and her race is white. She happily celebrates her birthday on 7th March if every year and she has celebrated her 53rd birthday as of 2020 though as her birthdate, her star sign is Pisces. Her father, David, was a journalist, later the editor of the "East Anglian Daily Times", a Suffolk morning newspaper whereas she has not shared much about her mother.

Awards and Achievements of Ruthie Henshall

Ruthie Henshall is one of the most adaptable actresses who has been nominated for numerous awards in her career like 1993 Best Actress in a Musical for "Crazy for You", and  2009 Best Actress in a Musical for "Marguerite". But, she has only won 1995 Best Actress in a Musical for "She Loves Me". If she works harder as same in the future, she can gain many more awards in the coming days.

Personal Life of Ruthie Henshall

Reflecting on Ruthie Henshall's personal life, she is a married woman. She was married to actor and singer Tim Howar in 2004, her male co-star lead in the West End production of "Peggy Sue Got Married". The couple has two daughters but their relationship did not long last, they separated in August 2009 and later divorced in January 2010. Previously, she once dated Prince Edward for a number of years, before becoming engaged to actor John Gordon Sinclair but they broke up after she took the role of Velma Kelly in Chicago on Broadway. So, we can assume that she is living a single life as of now. Furthermore, talking about her sexual orientation, she is straight.

Ruthie Henshall and her ex-husband, Tim Howar

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Net Worth of Ruthie Henshall

Moving towards Ruthie Henshall's net worth, her worth is around 500,000 pounds as of 2020 whereas she has also a handsome amount of salary too which is also in thousands of dollars per year. She knows her job and does it to the best of her ability. She has also successfully established herself as one of the fashionable actresses in the industry. In addition, her main source of income is from her acting and singing career and she has truly come a real long way in her professional career. 

Body Measurement of Ruthie Henshall

Beautiful English actress, singer, and dancer, Ruthie Henshall stands at a perfect height of 5 feet and 5 inches with a balanced weight. She has quite a few to show off that begin with her charming flimsy facial tone, perfect body measurements, squashed figure, and eye-catching pair of legs through her body build type is average. Her curvy requisite assets add extra appeal ness to her beauty as her hair color is light brown and her eyes color is dark brown.

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