Meet Suzanne Kerchiss: Ian Lavender’s First Wife and Sons

Suzanne Kerchiss was married with Ian Lavender. She is an actress who is known for BBC Play of the Month (1965), Dad’s Army (1968) and Iolanthe (1968). She tied knot with Ian in 1967 and later divorced him in 1976. Her first marriage to Ian Lavender ended after nine years and two children. She is an actress and after her divorce with Ian, she totally keep herself out from media and fame.

Who Is Suzanne Kerchiss?

How old is Suzanne Kerchiss? She was born in 1946 in Islington, London, England, UK. As of 2024, she is 78 years old. In the 60s, she had a successful acting career and was known for her roles in BBC Play of the Month and He Said.

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Suzanne Kerchiss and Ian Lavender
Source: BBC

She appeared in one 1973 Dad’s Army episode with Ian. Sue and Ian had two children, Sam and Daniel who followed in their renowned parents’ showbusiness career. Sam is a producer best known for The Lobster (2015) with Colin Farrell. Daniel, an animator and editor, worked on The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

Suzanne Kerchiss Wiki

Suzanne KerchissWiki
Real NameSuzanne Kerchiss
Nick NameSuzanne
Age78 years old, as of 2024
Birthday1946
Famous asIan Lavender’s First Wife
Born InIslington, London, England, UK
EthnicityWhite
NationalityAmerican
SexualityStraight
ReligionChristian
HeightNA
Weight (approx.)NA
SonsSam Kerchiss Lavender and
Daniel Kerchiss Lavender
SpouseIan Lavender
(m. 1967; div. 1976)

Suzanne Kerchiss’ Husband Death

Suzanne Kerchiss’s ex-husband, Ian Lavender was cast as Private Frank Pike, the youngest member and “stupid boy” of the platoon in the BBC sitcom Dad’s Army, in 1968. He played Pike again in the BBC Radio sitcom ‘It Sticks Out Half a Mile’. The radio sequel to Dad’s Army was a one-season sitcom.

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Suzanne Kerchiss and Ian Lavender
(m. 1967; div. 1976)

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Michele Hardy his second wife, married him in 1993. In July 2004, Lavender survived a heart attack and bladder cancer. His colorblindness. He grew up Aston Villa faithful. On Dad’s Army, he chose Pike’s scarf from the BBC wardrobe. To represent his hometown, he wore a claret and blue scarf. He received a Birmingham Walk of Stars star on June 22, 2015. At 77, Lavender died on February 2, 2024. Death came three days later.

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