Jackie Clune

Jackie Clune

Jackie Clune was entered into the world at the place of Harlow, United Kingdom on 13 December, 1965. However, by profession, she is a British entertainer and writer . Find Jackie Clune’s Net worth Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and profession refreshes. Figure out how rich would she say in this year and how she uses all of her net worth? Additionally, figure out how she procured the majority of her net worth at 55 years old?

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Occupation Drama lecturer, singer, comedian, actress, television presenter
Age 56 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 13 December 1965
Birthday 13 December
Birthplace Harlow, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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Jackie Clune Height, Weight & Measurements

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Who Is Jackie Clune’s Husband?

Her husband is Richard Hannant (2008–present)

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Husband Richard Hannant (2008–present)
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Children Saoirse Hannant-Clune

Jackie Clune Net Worth

In the years 2020 to 2022, her total net worth of her has been developing expressively. Anyway, how much is Jackie Clune’s worth at 56 years old? The pay source of Jackie Clune’s is generally from being an efficacious Actress. By belonging, she is from the United States. The total net worth, cash, compensation, pay, and resources of Jackie Clune’s, we have evaluated all of these.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million – $5 Million
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Net Worth in 2020 Pending
Salary in 2020 Under Review
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Giving up her lecturing career, she co-founded the Red Rag Women’s Theatre Company, and fell into stand-up comedy while working at the Hackney Empire. She has worked in many London venues. Her many credits include the BBC soap drama EastEnders and also ITV’s The Bill. Since hosting the Stonewall Society equality shows at the Royal Albert Hall, she has developed a multi-media career. She has been on TV (terrestrial and Sky) and a ubiquitous radio panellist; for example, Front Row, QI, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, What the Dickens?, Woman’s Hour and The Staying-in Show, and has been invited onto shows like Loose Women.
She appeared in the cast of Emilia (a play about Emilia Bassano) in the West End (2019), in The Vote, and in 9 to 5 again in 2020.

In 2016, Clune co-starred in Borderline as boss Linda Proctor. The programme is one of the few original comedy shows on Channel 5 and is on Netflix. The first series was been nominated for the 2018 TV awards, and is now in its second series.


Clune played Glendower and Westmorland in Phyllida Lloyd’s new all-female stage production (world premiere) starring Dame Harriet Walter at the Donmar Warehouse of Henry IV (Parts I and II combined, in October–November 2014) which went to St Ann’s Warehouse in NY (USA) until December 13, 2015.

Clune played Maggie Tan in The Vote (Donmar Warehouse/More 4) in summer 2015, and then had a leading role at the Salisbury Playhouse in Noël Coward’s Fallen Angels, a musical period drama, before joining the ensemble in the female-only Henry IV as above. She has been in the cast of the Kings Cross Shakespeare trilogy (Tonic Awards 2017). She has also had a role in the film Denial (director Mick Johnson), 2016 and the acclaimed BBC TV drama Three girls (cast as Jillian Menzies) which won a Royal Television Society award in 2018.

Clune has also published two books, Man of the Month Club and Extreme Motherhood, diaries relating how her lifestyle changed when she found herself pregnant with triplets little more than a year after having her first child. She is also a freelance journalist. She contributed a column to the monthly magazine Top Santé magazine in 2013-14. Another book is scheduled for release in July 2020.
In 2013-4, she had a role in the musical/operetta Candide.
Clune has been on the Equity Committee since 2013.
In 2012, she toured nationally in the leading role of Amanda, the troubled teacher, in the cast of a controversial and groundbreaking play about bullying and racism issues for teachers, Mogadishu (14+) which received a nomination for the Olivier Awards 2012.


She performed in 2011 as the outspoken Miss Ogle in the play The Belle’s Stratagem, directed by Jessica Swale and a revival of a script by Hannah Cowley from the Georgian period, at the Southwark Playhouse. She has been a regular warm-up act for the Singalonga Sound of Music and the Puppetry of the Penis shows.
Jackie Clune is the third of four children born in Harlow, Essex, to Irish Roman Catholic parents: her late father, Don Clune (died August 2010), was a buyer for a computer firm, her mother a nurse. The writer Maggie Clune is her sister.
She promoted the album Love Songs (Dress Circle) courtesy of a show at the Soho Theatre in London’s West End from 15 to 17 July 2010, and has also been involved in several musical projects including the 2010 memorial concert for the late Kirsty MacColl, who is remembered through Music for Cuba Fund. She sang with Billy Bragg on that occasion, and has also worked with many celebrities including in the cast of The Vagina Monologues.
She sang the theme tune of, and contributed material to, the popular alternative TV show Smack the Pony. After becoming involved in the revival of the Andrew Lloyd Webber and Don Black musical Tell Me On A Sunday, she met Denise van Outen with whom she co-wrote the show Blondes, in which van Outen performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August 2009 and in six preview performances at the New End Theatre in Hampstead.
She had a part in Showstopper (1997), Bryony Lavery’s play A Wedding Story (1999) and portrayed Julie Burchill, at the time a columnist for The Guardian, in the one-woman play Julie Burchill Is Away by Tim Fountain at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and in the West End (2003) which launched her to the global press. In 2006-7, she played the lead female role of Donna in the Abba songs-based musical Mamma Mia! international tour until 17 March 2007. On 4 June 2007, she went into musicals and took over the role of the dance teacher Mrs. Wilkinson in Billy Elliot the Musical in London. She gave her final performance on 22 November 2008 prior to rejoining the Mamma Mia! International Tour (2009–2011) again as leading role Donna, the role interpreted by Meryl Streep in the film.
In 2001, she met Heartbeat actor and stunt performer Richard Hannant, who was the fire officer at the Arts Theatre where she was performing, and started a relationship with him. Eleven months later she became pregnant with their first child, a daughter, Saoirse. The couple went on to have triplets (2005), and married in 2008.


On graduation from university, she became a full-time drama lecturer at the Royal Holloway College for at least six years, was presenter of the weekend Breakfast Show on BBC GLR 94.9fm, and a BBC London radio journalist. She started singing in bands part-time, but between sets as a DJ she developed a facility in chatting to the audience. This led a friend to suggest that she could create a Karen Carpenter tribute performance, with singing; this she worked on and took to the Edinburgh Festival in 1995, where she was spotted by a West End producer.
Jackie Clune (born 13 December 1965) is a British entertainer and writer. She became established through her Edinburgh Fringe one woman cabaret shows and her 1995 Karen Carpenter tribute act before graduating to mainstream acting.
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