• Born in London, England in the 1970s, zodiac sign Aries, British nationality
• Daughter of Ian Anderson, a musician of the British rock group Jethro Tull, with mother Shona Learoyd a housewife
• Attended Downe House School and interested in acting, worked as a floor runner for episodes of “Teachers” in 2001
• Married to Andrew Lincoln, a British actor, since 2006, and has a son and a daughter
• Enjoys reading, watching movies and is an animal lover, with two pet dogs.
Who is Gael Anderson?
Gael Anderson was born in London, England in the 1970s; while hiding her exact date of birth from the attention of the media – her zodiac sign is believed to be Aries, and she is a British national. She is a former floor runner and homemakerbut who is perhaps best known as the wife of British actor Andrew Lincoln, as well as being the daughter of Ian Anderson, a well-known Scottish musician who was a member of the British rock group Jethro Tull.
Youth and education
Gael grew up alongside her brother James Duncan Anderson, a musician, by their father and their mother Shona Learoyd, who was a housewife – Shona is Ian’s second wife.
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Gael wanted to follow in her father’s and brother’s footsteps and become a singer, but eventually accepted that she was not talented enough. She studied at Downe House School based in Thatcham, Berkshire in England, and became interested in acting there, appearing in almost all the plays performed at the school. After her matriculation exam, she decided not to enroll in a university but to pursue a career in the film industry.
Career as an actress
Some sources claim that Gael appeared in the films “Gone Up North for a While”, “Landfall” and “The God Boy” in 1972, 1975 and 1976 respectively, but it is widely known that this is another Gael Anderson who appeared in it’s nearby. 20 years older than our Gael – our Gale only worked as a floor runner in several 2001 episodes the comedy series “Teachers” which played her husband, Ursula Holden Gill and Gillian Bevan, and is about the lives of several schoolteachers.
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Gael has not launched her career in any particular field, but rather is focused on staying at home as a housewife (housewife).
Love life and marriage with Andrew Lincoln
Gael and Andrew met in 2001 while he was shooting for the “Teachers” series – Andrew saw Gael pouring tea, and he was instantly attracted to her, he made a move and asked her out.
The two dated for over four years before getting married in a private ceremony on June 10, 2006 – they welcomed their daughter Matilda Clutterbuck in 2007, while their son Arthur Clutterbuck followed in 2010.
Neither Gael nor Andrew have spoken of anyone they may have dated before they met, so as of November 2020, Gael is married to Andrew Lincoln and shares a son and a daughter with him.
Hobbies and other interests
Gael likes to read in her free time – her favorite genres are romance and comedy, while a few of her favorite books are “The Notebook”, “The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden” and “The Hundred-Year-Old Man”. Who climbed out the window and disappeared”.
She is an animal lover and has two pet dogs while opposing zoos and supporting the non-governmental organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).
Gael likes to watch movies in her free time – her favorite actor and actress are Will Smith and Natalie Portman, while a few of her favorite movies are “I, Robot”, “Seven Pounds” and “V for Vendetta”.
Age, height and power
Gael is believed to be about 45 years old. She has spiky brown hair and green eyes, she is 1.75 m tall and weighs about 60 kg. As of November 2020, her and Andrew’s Shared Net Worth is estimated at over $16 million.
Who is Andrew Lincoln?
Andrew James ‘Lincoln’ Clutterbuck was born in London, England on September 14, 1973 – his zodiac sign is Virgo and he is a British national. He is credited with appearing in about 45 movies and TV series while he is perhaps best known for his portrayal of Edgar ‘Egg’ Cook in the critically acclaimed drama series “This Life” created by Amy Jenkins in 1996, which also starred Jack Davenport and Amita Dhiri – it follows the lives of five best friends. The series aired for about a year, had two seasons, and won four awards and was nominated for two others.
Andrew was raised in Kingston-upon-Hull, England by his South African mother, who was a nurse, and his British father, who was a civil engineer. The family moved there from London when Andrew was one and a half years old.
They moved again when he was eight, this time to Bath in Somerset, and Andrew attended Beechen Cliff School, where he became interested in acting – during his senior year there he appeared in his first school play – “Oliver!” – in which he portrayed The Artful Dodger. He then spent a summer practicing acting at the National Youth Theatre, and after taking his matriculation exam in 1991, Andrew enrolled at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art Drama School, graduating in 1995 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts.
He started his career with an appearance in a single episode of the comedy series “Drop the Dead Donkey” in 1994, then rose to fame after his role in “This Life”.
In the following years, he appeared in many series such as “The Canterbury Tales”, “Wuthering Heights” and “The Woman in White”, while acclaimed for his portrayal of the teacher Simon Casey in the comedy series “Teachers”. Andrew also played the role of Robert Bridge in the mystery drama series “Afterlife” and played the lead role in the action-adventure spy series “Strike Back”.
In April 2010, he was cast to play Rick Grimes, the lead character in the critically acclaimed post-apocalyptic series “The Walking Dead”, and played the character for the next eight years with his last appearance on November 4, 2018. Andrew later reported that his will reprise role in the upcoming film trilogy based on the series.
His most recent role was in the 2020 drama film ‘Penguin Bloom’.
Andrew has been nominated for 28 awards and won six – a Golden Nymph for Best Actor – Drama Series for “Afterlife” in 2007; in 2010 an IGN Summer Movie Award for Best TV Hero for “The Walking Dead”, and for the same series a People’s Choice Award for Favorite TV Antihero in 2014, and a Saturn Award for Best Actor on Television in 2015. He won his most recent award in 2017 – a Saturn Award for Best Actor on Television also for “The Walking Dead”.