Photos with Tricia Walsh
BiographyGütersloh, North Rhine-Westphalia, West Germany
Tricia Walsh's (aka, Tricia Walsh-Smith) father was in the Royal Air Force, so as a child, she traveled the world. In her teens, she went to London and studied at the Italia Conti Academy of Dramatic Arts. She appeared in television situation comedies, The Kenny Everett Show, Constant Hot water, Dick Emery Show, Grange Hill, The Six O'Clock Show, Biggins History of the World and other Bits, and television plays such as the award winning, _The Best Years of Your Life (1986) BBC. Read more... Record with Greta Van Susteren, and Geraldo. Movies include the cult hit, "Terror," (1978). She has also appeared in over five hundred television commercials. Also a playwright, plays include, "Bonkers", which premiered at the Man in the Moon theater, London, with a national UK tour following, and "The Thong". Her play "Addiction's" was to have it's world premiere at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford, UK, in 2004 but was mysteriously cancelled. The same happened with her drama, "The Last Journey," set to open at Westport Country Playhouse, May 17th, 2008. It was "postponed," supposedly until the 2009 season. It still hasn't happened. (Could he ex-husband, the Chairman of the powerful Shubert Organization be responsible . . .?) She has recently completed a musical. "Arm Candy," and has performed some of the songs in London nightclubs. Her music will also be heavily featured in Sky 1's seven part documentary, "Pineapple The Dance Studio: Survival of the Fittest," which followed Tricia while she was in London. The series premieres in February 2010.