Comedian Jenny Eclair Interview…..
Jenny Éclair is one of the funniest, most outrageous and outspoken comedians of her generation.
Jenny Eclair is an English comedian, novelist and actor, best known for her roles in Grumpy Old Women between 2004 and 2007 and in Loose Women in 2011 and 2012.
She’s been a ‘Grumpy Old Woman’, ‘Loose Woman’ and now a diver in Tom Daley’s Splash @ ITV.
She helped develop and regularly appeared in the show Grumpy Old Women and a variety of successful spin-offs.
Eclair has appeared on BBC Two’s Grumpy Old Women and its various spin-off shows. In 2006, Jenny starred in the stage-show Grumpy Old Women Live! alongside Dillie Keane and Linda Robson.
The show was co-written by Eclair and Judith Holder. The spring saw a sell out national tour, June and July a run at the Lyric Theatre in London’s West End and the autumn will see another national tour.
Éclair is a sell-out comedian and Belfield went to meet her backstage in Nottingham….
Jenny starred in the ITV drama The Bill and appeared in the early 1990s Channel 4 comedy series Packet of Three with Frank Skinner, as well as the follow-up series Packing Them In.
In 1995 she became the first female solo winner of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival’s Perrier Comedy Award. In 1997 she played ‘Josie’ in the stage play ‘Steaming’. 2001 saw her first novel ‘Camberwell Beauty’.
In 2005, Jenny appeared in the singing contest, Comic Relief Does Fame Academy.
She joined the 2010 series of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! on 18 November 2010.
She finished in third place behind Stacey Solomon and Shaun Ryder.
In August 2012, Eclair took part in Celebrity MasterChef on BBC One.