Lin Blakley’s famous family includes her musician husband and actress daughter.


Lin Blakley, who plays Pam on Eastenders, has a famous family, including a musician husband and an actress daughter.

Lin Blakley joined the BBC soap EastEnders in 2014 as Pam Coker, a popular character who has made a number of cameo appearances since her departure in 2016.

Pam Coker, a fan favorite, has returned to Albert Square in EastEnders.

Many in Walford are taken aback by her return, but it is a welcome sight for Ben Mitchell, who confides in her after being assaulted.

Lin Blakley, who played Pam on EastEnders, joined the show in 2014 and left fans heartbroken when she left in 2016, but she has since made a number of cameo appearances.

Lin told Digital Spy about her time on EastEnders and playing Pam: “Being a part of EastEnders is like going to work and being with another family.”

I’m having a blast right now.

“Working with Roger has been fantastic from the beginning; we laugh together and I feel like I’ve known him for a long time.”

Lin is not the only famous member of her family; her husband was a member of a major pop group in the 1960s, and one of her daughters is also a well-known actress.

Alan Blakley, whom Lin married in 1969, was the love of her life for decades.

Alan, like Lin, was a huge star who performed with pop group The Tremeloes and had chart-topping hits like Silence is Golden and Me and My Life.

He also had a link to another well-known member of the band, as he co-wrote songs with Len Chip Hawkes, the father of pop star Chesney Hawkes.

Alan was a keyboardist and rhythm guitarist who also worked as a record producer in the 1970s, producing the song She’s Gonna Win with Bilbo.

Lin and Alan were married for nearly 30 years and had two daughters, Claudie and Kirsten, outside of the spotlight.

Alan Blakley, on the other hand, died of cancer on June 10th, 1996.

Their talented daughter Kirsten sings with an Indie rock band called Little Spitfire, so music runs in the family.

Lin’s daughter Claudie is also a well-known actress, so acting runs in the family.

Claudie Blakley, who studied at the Central School of Speech and Drama, is a familiar face on our television screens, having appeared in shows such as Vital Signs, Cranford, and Grantchester.

She is also known for playing Emma Timmins in Lark Rise to Candleford and Louise Sutton in the ITV series Louise Sutton.

The news is summarized by Brinkwire.


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