Faith Brown Biography:
was born Irene Carroll on 28 May 1944, in Liverpool and is an English
actress, comedian, and impressionist, famous for her flexibility and
sexy figure - particularly her breast size. One of her
most famous impersonations is that of Margaret Thatcher. She regularly
impersonates Pam Ayres,
Lena Lovich, Madonna,
Bette Midler and Marilyn Monroe amoung others.
Faith Brown started her career as a singer at the age of 16, backed by a local
singing and music group, then became a full time singer at the Rialto Ballroom,
Upper Parliament Street.
Faith then joined her three brothers in the Carrolls, a group
who made several records during the 1960's.
Her television career started with appearances on "Who
Do You Do" (1975-6) - a stage for a generation of young and
aspiring impressionists and comics - and Ken Dodd's, "World of
Brown has also appeared as Anne Bradley in the television series
"Brookside", and as Flast in the "Doctor
Who" episode, "Attack of the Cybermen".
In 2001, Faith Brown starred as washed up screen actress Norma
Desmond in the United Kingdom touring production of the Andrew Lloyd-Webber
musical "Sunset Boulevard", releasing a CD single
of songs from the show.
In November 2006, Faith appeared as a contestant in
"I'm A Celebrity the Get Me Out Of Here" 6th series and became the third celebrity to be voted off the show
on 25 November, having spent fourteen days in the jungle.
In 2007, Faith Brown performed a One Woman Show at various venues in the
United Kingdom, including at the Edinburgh Festival. On August 10th,
she collapsed on stage, being replaced by her understudy for the
following performances, leading to fears about her health.