Alison is a supporter of Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club, based in the coastal city of Brighton & Hove, East Sussex.
Amanda performed at the Children's Party At The Palace as Cruella DeVil for Queen Elizabeth II's 80th birthday in June 2006.
In 1999 Amanda played British actress Diana Dors in the TV movie The Blonde Bombshell.
Amanda has lost nine babies, suffering two ectopic pregnancies in the process. She is now a patron of the Ectopic Pregnancy Trust.
In 2004 Amanda appeared in the BBC documentary Who Do You Think You Are? in which celebrities trace their family trees.
Amanda was president of the Brighton Little Theatre, an amateur theatre company, from 2004-2007.
Due to suffering a severe burn when she was a teenager, Amanda is now a patron for the Children's Fire and Burns Trust, which raises money to help with the rehabilitation of children injured by burns, and helps in raising awareness of the severe and long term effects of scalding.
Amanda trained as an actress at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in Bristol, England.
From her marriage to Robert Glenister, Amanda had a daughter, Emily, who was born in 1987.
From 1984-1992 Amanda was married to actor Robert Glenister.
Her height is 5'6" (1.68 m).
Amanda is the niece of Oscar-nominated actress Joyce Redman.
Amanda's father, Ronald Redman, died in 1991 as a result of a heart attack.
Had an affair with actor Dennis Waterman in 1983.
Teahes drama on sundays at Ealing Studios to age groups from 5 years to adults