Cheryl Barrymore - Biography

Biography

A trained dancer she took work in the publicity department of EMI records between shows, where she met young PR man and lifelong friend Max Clifford.

After her first marriage failed, Cheryl took part in several West End theatre shows; during one of which she met entertainer Michael Barrymore in 1974. They married two years later.

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