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|Spouse(s)||Herbie Clark (1980-1997) (divorced) (2 sons)|
Jenny Hanley (born 15 August 1947 in Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire) is an English actress, the daughter of Dinah Sheridan and Jimmy Hanley. She remains best known for being one of the presenters of the ITV children's magazine programme Magpie.
Television and film career
Her film appearances include the James Bond film On Her Majesty's Secret Service, The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, and the Hammer horror film Scars of Dracula. In 1972, she appeared in the 3D film The Flesh and Blood Show.
She has also appeared on television as an actress in such series as Department S, The Persuaders!, The Adventurer, Softly, Softly: Taskforce, Warship, Man About the House and Return of the Saint. Hanley appeared on Magpie from 1974 to 1980.
In 1980, Hanley stepped in to co-present one edition of Saturday Night at the Mill following the dismissal after just 5 shows of Arianna Huffington. This proved a success with viewers and she returned as co-host for the entire 1981 season. She has appeared in the dictionary corner of Countdown. She teamed up with Tony Blackburn to present a low-budget morning chat show on Sky Channel.
She has had regular radio shows as a presenter, including on BBC Radio Berkshire and Radio SAGA, in which she played music and interviewed guests.
Her grandmother was a photographer who, as Studio Lisa, had privileged access to the royal family, photographing both Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret in relaxed, family poses and the next generation, Prince Charles, Princess Anne and Prince Edward in informal shots. She also helped to launch the career of a male model who later became an actor, Roger Moore.
Her brother, Sir Jeremy Hanley, had a career as an accountant and later became a Conservative Party MP.
|On Her Majesty's Secret Service||1969||The Irish girl|
|Scars of Dracula||1970||Sarah|
|The Ballad of Tam-Lin||1970||Caroline|
|The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes||1970||Prostitute|
|The Flesh and Blood Show||1972||Julia Dawson|
|Soft Beds, Hard Battles||1974||Michelle|
|Percy's Progress||1974||Miss Teenage Lust|
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