Did Amanda Redman Get Burned? What Happened To Amanda Redman Arm? All you need to know about the accident of the British actress.
Amanda Jacqueline Redman is a British actress, known for her roles as Detective Superintendent Sandra Pullman in the BBC One series New Tricks and as Dr. Lydia Fonseca in The Good Karma Hospital.
Born on August 12, 1957, in Brighton, United Kingdom, Amanda gained BAFTA TV Award nominations for At Home with the Braithwaites and Tommy Cooper: Not Like That, Like This.
Redman trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
The actress appeared as Marina in the BBC Shakespeare production of Pericles, Prince of Tyre opposite Mike Gwilym in the year 1984.
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Not only that, but she also played Maxine in Oxbridge Blues, a British television mini-series, produced by the BBC and first shown in 1984 written by Frederick Raphael.
She also played Janet in the touring version of The Rocky Horror Show in the year 1985.
In 1986, Redman played Miss Fairfax (Gwendolen) in the BBC Drama production of The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde.
Did Amanda Redman Get Burned?
What Happened To Amanda Redman Arm? Amanda, who is now 64 years old, has severe scarring on her left arm as a result of an accident when she was 18 months old.
She was subject to a pan of boiling-hot turkey-and-vegetable soup, which caused severe burns to 75% of her skin.
Although her arm was the only permanent injury to her body, the trauma was so severe that she had to be declared clinically dead at Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, Sussex.
Because her skin was constantly damaged as she grew, the TV star had to undergo repeat surgeries for the rest of her life.
Amanda defied the belief that acting success depends on physical perfection. She proudly displayed the scars on her left arm while she was in public and on TV.
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