Cherie Lunghi Biography
Cherie also remembers that this school is also very good in terms of academics and if students will train well in there, they can be developed into being real professionals. Because of her hard work in Arts Educational Trust School, Cherie Lunghi won the project Alice in Wonderland when she was 13. This has been her first professional work. She attended the Central School of Speech and Drama in London, after leaving Arts Educational Trust School and spent three years of training there.
In spite of the fact that Cherries parents were divorced, she can still frequently see her father. He would often treat her to a movie or restaurant. Her childhood has been happy in spite of her familys situation because both her parents showed her love and affection.
Cherie Lunghi became a member of Royal Shakespeare Company at the age of 24 where she worked with Sir Ian McKellen and Dame Judy Dench. She played Guenevere in her favourite film Excalibur, and it served as her big break. Cherie had many part on TV appearances which include The Second Stain where she played Emily, a character on Sherlock Holmes. In 1989, her role in The Manageress added fame to her name.
Cherie Lunghi married Roland Joffe, a film director and they had a daughter named Natalie who was born in 1986. When Nathalie grew up, she followed her mothers steps and entered the world of acting. This made Cherie very proud of her daughter.
Cherie Lunghi spent her life in Los Angeles working and filming. When she returned to England, she accepted lots of work and played various roles in programmes like Eastenders and The Brief. Her 1986 film The Mission where she played the role Carlota was directed by her husband Roland Joffe.
Cherie Lunghi spends her spare time painting. She went to Florence and spent a month there to study painting. At the age of 49, Cherie appeared in the magazine FHM in 2001 and was never intimidated by other younger woman in modeling lingeries.