Who are Lionel Blair's children?
SHOWBIZ star Lionel Blair had a long and happy marriage with his wife Susan and the couple had three children.
Lionel also had a young sister, Joyce, who forged her own showbiz career.
Who are Lionel Blair’s children?
Lionel Blair and Susan Davis were married in 1967 and had three children together.
The couple wed at Kensington Registry Office in London.
Lionel was 38 years old and Susan was 21 at the time, and they were happily married for 54 years.
Lucy is an actress and has appeared in a number of TV shows.
She first hit the small screen in Grange Hill and then went on to have a part in Jeeves and Wooster.
Lucy also had an uncredited part in the hit comedy series Absolutely Fabulous in 1992.
She’s also appeared as Natalie in the TV series Dark Realm in 2000 and the following year in Just Visiting.
Lucy also provided the voice for Scissorwoman in the video game Clock Tower 3.
Matt keeps out of the spotlight and little about him is in the public domain.
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It is thought he has worked on The HR Department in 2020 and Big Brother’s Bit on the Side in 2011, according to IMDB.
Matt recently wrote on his Twitter page: “To some people, he was a legend. To others a national treasure. To me he was my dad, my hero and my inspiration. He was someone we all thought was immortal. How I wish that were true right now. Rest well, Dad. I will miss you. We all will.”
Little is known about Daniel as well.
Along with his siblings it is reported he attended he Italia Conti stage school, according to The Times.
It’s thought he went on to forge a career in acting.
Did Lionel Blair have any grandchildren?
Lionel and Susan Blair also had three grandchildren.
Very little is in the public domain about his grandchildren.
Lucy is believed to have a son called Oscar.
Who was Lionel Blair’s sister Joyce?
Born on November 4, 1932 Joyce Blair was the younger sister of Lionel.
She forged her own career as an actress and dancer and would often perform with her brother.
Joyce was educated at Cone's School in London.
Her career in showbiz kicked off when she started singing and tap-dancing to entertain people seeking safety in air raid shelters during World War II.
She made her first professional appearance at the age of 13 when she appeared in a production of JM Barrie’s play Quality Street at the Embassy Theatre in 1945.
Joyce also appeared in a number of films but became known for her TV work in the 1950s and 60s.
She featured in a number of popular shows at the time including The Morecombe and Wise Show, The Benny Hill Show as well as The Saint and Z-Cars.
Joyce also found some success with a singing career, in particular with the single Christine under the title of Miss X in 1963.
Despite the BBC banning it due to the Profumo scandal the song reached number 37 in the Top 40.
She was married three times and had two kids.
Daughter Deborah Sheridan-Taylor played Saskia Duncan in EastEnders.
Son Adam works as a photographer.
Joyce died from cancer in Santa Monica, California, aged 73 in August 2006.
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