Nanette Newman

Nanette Newman
Nanette went to RADA at sixteen, left at eighteen, married Bryan Forbes, (actor- writer-producer-director) and started on her career as an actress. She appeared in various films, including The League of Gentleman (1960), The L-Shaped Room (1962), The Stepford Wives (1975), and International Velvet (1978).

Her first venture into writing was a book of children's sayings called God Bless Love. It was a bestseller and profits went to the Invalid Children's Aid.
Nanette has also written several cookbooks and over 30 books for children.

Nanette has two daughters.