Dolly Wells’ Bra Size and Body Measurements
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Notable for her starring roles on the comedy series Doll & Em and Some Girls, she is also recognized for her recurring roles on Star Stories, Campus, Spy and Noel Fielding’s Luxury Comedy. Her big screen credits include appearances in Bridget Jones’s Diary and Black Mountain Poets.
At the start of her career, she appeared in a 1997 episode of The Bill and acted in the 1998 movie The Sea Change.
In 2015, she went into production for the feature film Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
Born in London, England, she is the daughter of British actor and comedian John Wells. Her marriage to actor Mischa Richter produced two children, including Elsie Pearl Richter.
She and Patrick Stewart play the respective roles of Celia and Walter in the 2015 comedy series Blunt Talk.
Body Statistics Table
Dolly Wells's body statistics are seen in the table below. Take a look at measurements like height and weight!
|Cup Size (US)||Unknown|
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|Implants or Natural (Breasts)||N/A|
|Shoe Size (US)||N/A|
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Dolly Wells Inspirational Quotes
It feels like as you get a bit older, you’ve worked out the things that are good for your life apart from with acting.
We came up with this idea of a power struggle between two people who really love each other, and ‘Doll & Em’ took off. Calling it by our own names was the director’s idea, but hopefully people will understand that we’re playing versions of ourselves.
My dad was an actor, so he would try and put me off and say, ‘Come on, you’ve got to go to university first.’
I love ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ and ‘Extras’ and also ‘The Trip.’ That had all the nuances of friendship and finding things out about their lives without it being too much plot-driven.
Essentially, we wanted to be in one of Azazel’s films, so the notion was we’d simply write an Azazel Jacobs movie ourselves, and then give it to him and be like, ‘Right, here’s you next film, now direct us. Go.’