Judy Huxtable (born 1944) is a British actress.
|Born||1944 (age 75–76)|
(m. 1966; div. 1973)
(m. 1973; div. 1989)
Early life and careerEdit
Born in Surrey, England, to wealthy parents, Huxtable was initially a society débutante and then became a fashionable figure in 1960s "swinging London" and, as a model, was represented by the William Morris Agency. She was the face of Bacardi rum and Fry’s Chocolate.
Huxtable was first married to Irish theatre designer Sean Kenny, but later divorced him. In 1973 she became the second wife of the satirist Peter Cook and appeared with him on the 1977 Godley & Creme concept album Consequences, together with a brief appearance in his 1979 comedy film Derek and Clive Get the Horn, co-starring Dudley Moore. They were divorced in 1989, due to Cook's drinking, after many years of amicable separation.
In 2008 she published an autobiography, Loving Peter, in which she described her turbulent relationship with Cook and living with his alcoholism, which mirrored her experiences with her own mother. Huxtable published the book under her married name of Judy Cook.
- Piccadilly Third Stop (1960)
- Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines (1965)
- Licensed to Kill (1965)
- The Psychopath (1966)
- The Touchables (1968)
- Les Bicyclettes de Belsize (1968)
- Scream and Scream Again (1970)
- Every Home Should Have One (1970)
- Up the Chastity Belt (1971)
- Die Screaming, Marianne (1971)
- Nobody Ordered Love (1972)
- Derek and Clive Get the Horn (1979)
- Thorpe, Vanessa; arts; correspondent, media (8 December 2002). "Wife's grief for wasted genius of Peter Cook". Retrieved 26 October 2017 – via www.theguardian.com.
- "Judy Cook: 'I felt as though I could never leave him...'". 24 September 2008. Retrieved 26 October 2017.