Rachel de Thame Net Worth, Biography, Age, Weight, Height


Rachel de Thame Net Worth

How rich is Rachel Cohen? For this question we spent 26 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Actors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2024 year – is about $35 Million.



Rachel Cohen information Birth date: October 13, 1961 Birth place: London, United Kingdom Profession:Actress Education:Royal Ballet School Spouse:Stephen Colover (m. 1986–1993), Gerard de Thame Children:Joe Colover, Lauren Colover, Emma Grace de Thame, Olivia De ThameTV shows:Gardeners World, CountrywiseBooks:Small Town Gardens, Rachel de Thames Top 100 Star Plants (Gardeners World)

Height, Weight

:How tall is Rachel de Thame – 1,63m.
How much weight is Rachel de Thame – 65kg


Rachel de Thame Net Worth
Rachel de Thame Net Worth
Rachel de Thame Net Worth
Rachel de Thame Net Worth


Rachel de Thame was born on October 13, 1961 in London, England as Rachel Cohen. She is an actress, known for The Vanessa Show (1999), Merlin (1998) and Chelsea Flower Show (1983). She is married to Gerard de Thame. They have two children. She was previously married to Stephen Colover.
Biography,From the age of 10, de Thame studied ballet to a professional standard at the Royal Ballet School, White Lodge, Richmond Park. De Thame contracted glandular fever at age 15, and chose to give up her dream of a dancing career at age 19. She then undertook a course in Drama at Southgate College in 1979–80 and studied History of Art at Londons City Lit, after which she worked for a short period for Colnagi, a well-respected international firm of art dealers in London. She then married for the first time.While pregnant with her first baby, de Thame was recruited by a modelling agency and went on to enjoy a successful modelling career. A major part of de Thames modelling included appearances in TV ads. Casting agents began to suggest de Thame for acting roles. By 1998, she had appeared in the mini-series Merlin and in the British feature film Bodywork, credited in both productions as Rachel Colover.However, de Thame decided not to continue pursuing an acting career and in 1998, indulging a passion for plants and gardening inherited from her father, she enrolled for two years at the English Gardening School, studying Practical Horticulture and Plants & Plantsmanship, shortly after de Thame auditioned for BBC2’s Gardeners World. Initially presenting on the programme every week, following the birth of her second child from her second marriage she now (as of 2014) makes occasional appearances on the programme. She has also filmed her own series for the BBC, Small Town Gardens and Gardening with the Experts. De Thame also co-presents the BBCs annual coverage of the Chelsea Flower Show, Hampton Court Palace Flower Show as part of the Royal Horticultural Society output on BBC Two. Other gardening series include Gardeners World Top Tips and Great British Garden Revival for the BBC, and Countrywise for ITV1. Non-gardening related television appearances include Going for a Song and Call My Bluff, both for the BBC.In 2008, de Thame designed the 2008 LK Bennett garden at the Chelsea Flower Show, for which she was awarded a Silver medal. In 2012 de Thame designed the floral decorations for the Royal Barge (The Spirit of Chartwell), used to convey Her Majesty The Queen and other members of the Royal Family during the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant. In 2016 de Thame co-curated the RHS London Rose ShowDe Thame has written two gardening books, Small Town Gardens and Rachel de Thames Top 100 Star Plants, and co-wrote Gardening with the Experts. She currently writes a regular horticultural column for The Sunday Times and has also contributed to the gardening pages of The Daily Telegraph, Gardeners World Magazine, Womans Own Magazine, Eden Magazine.De Thame is currently vice-president of the wildflower charity Plantlife.


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