TV teen drama actress joins Navy - BBC News website

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  1. Don't know if anyone else has seen this -

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/8297791.stm

    "An actress who played Suzanne "Sooz" Lee in the Channel 4 teen drama As If has signed up to join the Royal Navy."

    She's swapped Hollywood for the life of a Seaman Spec!
     
  2. Good for her. I wish her well.

    From Hollywood to the Royal Navy!
    Now that's what I call a ambition. :)
     
  3. Aye good luck to her. I hope it's all she wants it to be for her.
     
  4. Don't we have enough Drama Queens already? :p
    Still I suppose she is qualified to be one :oops:
     
  5. Did anyone else find her strangely attractive when she had multi coloured dreadlocks?

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  6. wet_blobby

    wet_blobby War Hero Moderator

    Dont, that's quite funny for RR. :p
     
  7. Good lord, Battery Street, Stonehouse 1988...the memories come flooding back
     
  8. Err don't want be obtuse, but this has been raised on the Quarterdeck :wink:
     
  9. She should be handy for the 'sods opera' that's if they still have them?
     
  10. Err, NOPE !
     
  11. Thanks for the phot i actually remember her now if im right she had quite a filthy sounding voice and yes i did find her srangely attractive but then i'm not to fussy.
    why were all the wrens ratts when i joined up.
     
  12. witsend

    witsend War Hero Book Reviewer

    Ah, the mysteries of the modern navy. One day we might let you into our secrets. :roll:

    Good on her & good luck.
     
  13. No thanks I will remain happy in my ignorance. :wink:
     
  14. errr... you mean the studios of a UK television channel for the life of Seaman Spec
     
  15. Christ - I do apologise for committing such a heinous crime. I only come on here occasionally so didn't see it posted before.
     
  16. That's no excuse - 3 days 9s
     

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