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Martin Clunes is a British actor, comedian, film director and television presenter. He is best known for his portrayal of Martin Ellingham in the ITV drama series Doc Martin, and for his role as Gary Strang in the sitcom Men Behaving Badly, for which he won a British Comedy Award and BAFTA award. He has also played prominent roles in the films Dancing Queen, Hunting Venus, Staggered, Shakespeare in Love, Sweet Revenge, Nativity 3: Dude, Where’s My Donkey?, and Saving Grace. Born Alexander Martin Clunes on November 28, 1961 in Wimbledon, London, United Kingdom, to parents Daphne Acott and Alec Clunes, he has an older sister named Amanda. Clunes attended Royal Russell School in Surrey and the Arts Educational School in Chiswick, London. He made his television debut playing a camp alien prince in Doctor Who: Snakedance: Part One (1983). In 1997, he married Philippa Braithwaite. Together they have one daughter, Emily Clunes. He was previously married to Lucy Aston.
Body Measurements Table
Look below and behold the body statistics of Martin Clunes. The table covers bra size, height, weight, shoe size, and more!
|Height:||6′2½” (190 cm)|
|Weight:||165 pounds (75 kg)|
|Natural breasts or implants:||Unknown|
"We keep horses. I have to keep working."Martin Clunes
"An awful lot of people have childhood memories of holidays in Cornwall, and the holidays are old-fashioned and hugely successful. You stick a child and a dog on one of the beaches, and they just light up; they just love it."Martin Clunes
"The idea of being a young 50 sounds like you're trying to kid yourself, like a Harley-Davidson or something. I've bought a dressage horse instead."Martin Clunes
"We have a fair on our farm every year - a gymkhana and a dog show and a funfair and a heavy-horse show. It was my idea. Be careful what you wish for - it's a monster."Martin Clunes
"What I do know is that I love the whole idea of family, even the word itself."Martin Clunes