Jean Elizabeth Stone (Leslie Crowther’s Wife) Bio, Wikipedia, Children, Facts

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Jean Elizabeth Stone was the wife Leslie Crowther, was an English comedian, actor, TV presenter, and game show host. Throughout the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, her husband, Leslie was an alcoholic and this problem continued. Crowther was a resident in Clouds House, a drug and alcohol treatment centre near Shaftesbury, from 5 February to 17 March 1989. He never drank alcohol again.

Jean Elizabeth Stone Age and Death

Jean Elizabeth Stone was born on 12 May 1931 in West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, England. She died on 10 December 2017 at the age of 86 years old.

Jean Elizabeth Stone Children

Jean Elizabeth Stone tied knot with Leslie Crowther on 27 March 1954. They had five children together. Their daughters included Caroline (born 9 December 1954), who married Phil Lynott, and her twin sister Liz). Their son Nick, works in radio, presenting traffic and travel bulletins for AA Roadwatch based in Stanmore.

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Jean Elizabeth Stone Wiki

Full NameJean Elizabeth Stone
GenderFemale
Known AsLeslie Crowther’s Wife
Age86 years old (Died)
Birthday12 May 1931
Death10 December 2017
ReligionChristianity
NationalityBritish
EthnicityMixed
Children5, Caroline, Liz, Nick
HusbandLeslie Crowther

Jean Elizabeth Stone Husband

Jean Elizabeth Stone’s husband, Leslie Crowther was born on 6 February 1933 in West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire. Jean’s father-in-law, Leslie Frederick Crowther (died 1955), of Twickenham, Middlesex and mother-in-law, Ethel Maraquita (died 1951), née Goulder.

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Jean Elizabeth Stone Facts

  • Jean Elizabeth Stone’s husband, Leslie Crowther attended the respected Cone-Ripman Drama School in London.
  • His mother died of a stroke aged 56, in November 1951.
  • His father was also an actor.
  • At the age of 67, Leslie senior died in January 1955, ten days after being hit by a car.
  • His junior had a half-brother, Frank Ronald, from his father’s first marriage.
  • He presented Meet the Kids, an annual trip to a children’s hospital ward that was screened by the BBC on Christmas Morning, from 1964 to 1967.
  • In 1991, he hosted the first three series, and a Christmas special.

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