Stacey Cadman

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Stacey Cadman
Born (1979-05-23) 23 May 1979 (age 35)
Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, England, UK

Stacey Cadman is a British actress and television presenter. She was born and educated in the West Midlands, England. After leaving John Willmott School in Sutton Coldfield, Stacey studied performing arts and Dance in Birmingham. She followed this with a course in Musical theatre at The Arts Educational Schools in London.

She was chosen from hundreds of actresses for the leading role in the BBC TV series Cavegirl. After filming two series in the wilds of South Africa, she was then picked for the role of Poppy in Sky One's series Mile High.

As well as Channel 4's Monster Jam 2005 series she has also co-presented Smile and The Saturday Show. She is an accomplished dancer and kickboxer with PKA kickboxing where she is an instructor. More information can be found at under club instructors.

Cadman also appeared as Mandy Rice Davies in Keeler, directed by Paul Nicholas, at Upstairs at the Gatehouse North London until 18 March 2007. Recently in theatre at The Mill At Sonning in The Bed Before yesterday.

Cadman took part in Sky One's reality show Cirque de Celebrité where she was in the final and came second to Australian actor Kyal Marsh.

In 2008 she launched her own website.


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