Bonnie Langford - Quotes

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For years I used to try to straighten my hair, but I've reached a stage where I think, 'I've got red curly hair, and it's actually really great.'

For years I used to try to straighten my hair, but I've reached a stage where I think, 'I've got red curly hair, and it's actually really great.'

As a dancer I've always checked my body constantly; 'Am I having a good day or am I having a fat day?' ---->>>

I just have to express myself somehow, either through singing, dance or fitness. You get sick of it; you have days where you think you don't want to do it, but generally after I've done something, I feel better. That's why I do the exercise: to earn my bar of chocolate and cappuccino. ---->>>

I go to the gym regularly, not just for the way I look but because it makes me less cranky, too. ---->>>

I see wrinkles and lines, and wear glasses to read, which I hate. But I am in a better place in my body than I used to be. ---->>>

I'd never gone as a kid to an ice rink. There was always that fear that I'd break my leg and it would affect my career. ---->>>

Looking in the mirror is very strange; we see only what we choose to see, good or bad. ---->>>

Dance never really goes away; it just reforms and reinvents, and it's become more athletic with new connection to fitness and sport. Dance used to have this exclusivity, but not any more.

Dance never really goes away; it just reforms and reinvents, and it's become more athletic with new connection to fitness and sport. Dance used to have this exclusivity, but not any more.

I love Monet: his 'Water Lilies' would look great on my wall. But would I prefer to see money helping kids get better from cancer rather than spending it on a work of art for my own personal indulgence? Yes, I probably would. ---->>>

I'm a deeply boring person in real life; I don't do any drinking and going out until four in the morning. I'll usually head straight home for a cup of tea. ---->>>

I'm the fussiest eater on earth; my husband despairs. I like chicken and pasta, and can't resist milk chocolate. I figure if you're going to do something naughty, make it really enjoyable. ---->>>

I am probably more critical of myself than anyone else, I am very tiny - 5'1 and a half inches - so there's nowhere for weight to hide. ---->>>

I used to hate my bottom because as a dancer, you're supposed to have nothing there. ---->>>

I was the shyest kid. I'd never speak, only if I had to. Honestly. ---->>>

It's difficult to be a mother and maintain a career as a performer - but then it's difficult in any industry. ---->>>

The pushy showbiz kid thing was always the performance, not the person. I'm very solitary. I don't like socialising. ---->>>

As a dancer, I've always checked my body constantly: 'Am I having a good day, or am I having a fat day?' I am probably more critical of myself than anyone else. I am very tiny - 5'1 and a half inches - so there's nowhere for weight to hide. ---->>>

'Dr Who' is an extraordinary association that I have because I didn't realise until I was in the show quite how worldwide it is and how popular and how dear it is to so many people's hearts. ---->>>

I don't read reviews, and I try not to read articles about me. It taints your outlook: if you believe the good things, you've got to believe the bad things, too. ---->>>

I'd got a part in the original cast of 'Cats' when I was 16, and that kept me going for a while. After that, I felt lost, both personally and professionally - I was trying to find a way not to be seen only as this bubbly, bright, vivacious person. It felt like I'd lost the freedom to make mistakes. ---->>>

It's been said of me that I must get out of bed every morning and go cartwheeling down the road. Of course it's not true. There certainly was a time in my 20s when I wanted a bit of freedom, and I found that difficult, but if I'm ever having a time when I'm feeling sorry for myself, something always jolts me back. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 07-22, 1964
Birthplace: Hampton Court,Surrey, England
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Occupation: Actress

Bonita Melody Lysette Langford (born 22 July 1964), known simply as Bonnie Langford, is an English actress, dancer and entertainer. She came to prominence as a child star in the early 1970s before subsequently becoming well known for her role as Mel Bush, a companion of Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy's Doctor in the BBC series Doctor Who in the mid 1980s (wikipedia)