Laura Howard Actress, Today, 2023, Bio, Age, Movies, TV Shows, Net Worth and Partner

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Laura Howard Biography

Laura Howard is an English actress best known for her role on the long-running British crime-mystery Police procedural Midsomer Murders as Cully Barnaby

Laura’s work includes productions at the Royal Shakespeare Company, The Donmar Warehouse, Chichester Festival Theatre, Southwark Playhouse, Watford Palace, and Liverpool Playhouse.

Laura Howard Education

Educational background information on how the actress went on with the school system is not shared and remains unknown. However, the education details will be updated once released to be shared with the public.

Laura Howard Age

Howard is about 46 years old as of 2023. She was born Laura Simmons in Chiswick, London, the United Kingdom in 1977. Information about her birthday is currently under research. READ, Laura Caso

Laura Howard Height and Weight

How tall is Laura? She stands at an average height of  5 feats 4 inches (1.5 m). She also weighs 61 kg ( 135 lbs).

Laura Howard Family

Laura was born in Chiswick, London to her parents. Her father was a shipping consultant while her mother was a psychiatrist. It is not clearly known whether Laura had brothers and sisters as the details of her family are not shared publicly.

Detailed information regarding her parents is not also shared. However, details regarding her family members including her parents and siblings will be updated once the information is publicly available.

Laura Howard Partner | Husband

Is Laura Howard married? Laura is currently in a relationship with her longtime partner and friend Nwora Ezee. Nwora is an English businessman, accountant, and co-founder born in Nigeria. More details if the couple has children are currently under review.

Laura Howard Children

Since Howard’s personal life on the side of the affair remains confidential, it has not yet been determined whether she has a child or children. Nevertheless, detailed information about her nuclear family is not disclosed but we will publish it as soon as it is publicly available.RELATED: Sandra Bookman

Laura Howard Net Worth

Laura Howard is an English actress famous for her brilliant work in the industry of movies and Television shows. She has an estimated net worth of about $3 million.

Is Laura Howard Married?

Actress Howard has not shared any details concerning her personal life in terms of relationships. It is not clearly known whether she has ever been married or ungagged to anybody in her life. Once the information concerning her personal affair is published we will be glad to update it here.

Laura Howard Midsomer Murders

Howard is best known as Cully Barnaby in the long-running British Midsomer Murders tv crime drama. The plots revolve around the efforts of Detective Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby (and later his replacement, John Barnaby) to investigate various murders taking place in the fictitious county of Midsomer’s picturesque yet deadly villages.

Laura Howard Career

Laura Howard’s acting career took off with her first major role in 1992 when she portrayed the character of Tammy Rokeby, the teenage daughter, in the BBC comedy series “So Haunt Me.” This marked her initial foray into the world of television acting and allowed her to showcase her talent for comedic timing and relatable character portrayal. RELATED: Bill Reiter

Her journey in television continued to flourish as she took on the role of Cully, the daughter of John Nettles’ character, in the long-running detective drama “Midsomer Murders.” This role spanned from 1997 to 2011, solidifying her presence in the world of British television and allowing her to establish a dedicated fan base.

Laura Howard’s versatility extended beyond television, as she also left her mark in the world of UK theatre. She graced numerous stages with her performances, including the premiere of Alan Ayckbourn’s “Life of Riley.” In June 2012, she further demonstrated her acting prowess by appearing in Ayckbourn’s “The Norman Conquests” at the Liverpool Playhouse.

In 2014, Howard showcased her acting range by starring in “Invincible,” a play written by Torben Betts, first at the Orange Tree Theatre and then transferring to the St James Theatre in London. Her ability to embody different characters and immerse herself in various theatrical productions was a testament to her dedication to the craft.

Laura Howard’s association with esteemed theater companies continued as she participated in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s “Making Mischief Season” in 2016, further solidifying her reputation as a versatile and accomplished actress capable of taking on a wide array of roles.