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Overview (2)

Born in Wimbledon, London, England, UK
Birth NameKatherine Humble

Mini Bio (1)

Kate Humble was born on December 12, 1968 in Wimbledon, London, England as Katherine Humble. She is an actress and assistant director, known for Survival Island (1992), The Battle of Britain: 3 Days That Saved the Nation (2020) and Parallel 9 (1992). She has been married to Ludo Graham since 1992.

Spouse (1)

Ludo Graham (1992 - present)

Trade Mark (1)

Tousled blonde hair

Trivia (9)

After leaving school, she spent time traveling through Africa from Cape Town to Cairo. She paid her way on the journey by working a variety of jobs, including driving safari trucks, working on a crocodile farm, waitressing, and performing as a magician's assistant - she was the girl who got sawed in half.
Her paternal grandfather, Bill Humble, was a stunt pilot and a test pilot who worked on the testing of World War II aeroplanes. Her maternal grandfather, Stanley Carter, was also a WW II pilot; after being shot down he was imprisoned in Stalag Luft III and played a major part in the preparations for The Great Escape.
Her wedding ring, an antique 18-carat gold band, is an old family heirloom that originally belonged to her great-grandmother.
She's a fully qualified Scuba diver.
She has a pet dog called Badger.
Although she's had a piercing in the upper cartilage of her left ear since her late teens, she didn't have her earlobes pierced until December 2008, the day after her 40th birthday.
Lives in the Wye Valley with her husband. They have no children.
She has a younger brother named Charlie.
She's suffered from Malaria twice. When she was 31, she caught Cerebral Malaria during a visit to Zanzibar and had to spend a week recovering in hospital. Two years later, she caught it again on a trip to Ghana.

Personal Quotes (4)

[about working with Bill Oddie on Springwatch (2005) and Autumnwatch (2006)] I never, ever get bored. Bill ranges from being unpredictable to downright difficult, but he's passionate about his subject and has made an awful lot of other people so, too. You can't knock that. Sometimes I could cheerfully throttle him, and we have some heated (unprintable) exchanges. But the bottom line is I'm terribly fond of the old sod.
[interview in The Sun, 19 November 2007] One of life's great joys is dancing naked in the sun. It makes me feel so good. Even now, there are all sorts of places in the world where you can take your clothes off and not be seen.
(on children - interviewed by Rosie Millard for The Times in October 2008) I've never been interested. Women are always cross-examined about it. Men never are. I have a husband [the television producer Ludo Graham] whom I adore, godchildren whom I love. I think there are too many people in the world; not that that's why I've decided not to do it. It's just not for me.
[on her sheepdog] I always think she looks like a cross between David Bowie and Basil Brush.

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