Jamie Bamber (m. 2003)
| 1974Sunbury-on-Thames, Surrey, England|
Young Heart, The Promises Will Come to Pass...
Darcy Griffith, Ava Griffith, Isla Elizabeth Angela Griffith
Jamie Bamber, Sharon Duncan‑Brewster, Anastasia Griffith, Michael D Olmos, Youssef Delara
Kerry Norton Wikipedia
Kerry Norton (born 1974 in Sunbury-on-Thames, Surrey, England) is an English actress and singer.
Norton was a gymnast before becoming an actress.
Kerry had a small part on the American TV series, Sabrina the Teenage Witch in 1996. The episode, entitled "A Girl and Her Cat", where she played the part of Lulu, a gymnastic witch, who was engaged to Sabrina's second cousin.
She has made several guest appearances on Battlestar Galactica as paramedic Layne Ishay (with her real-life husband as Major Lee 'Apollo' Adama). Ishay saves Commander Adama's life when shot by Sharon "Boomer" Valerii. She was in the first three episodes of season 2, "Scattered", "Valley of Darkness" and "Fragged", and a later episode entitled "Downloaded". She also appeared in the season 3 episode "Taking a Break from All Your Worries", and the season 4 episodes "A Disquiet Follows My Soul", "No Exit", "Islanded in a Stream of Stars" and "Daybreak, Parts 1 and 2".
She also played the leading role of Anne Alstein in The Screwfly Solution. She played the part of Maxi Purvis in Bad Girls' third and fourth series and was a member of the original cast of the touring play Seven Deadly Sins Four Deadly Sinners.
She also appeared in a Fairy Liquid television advertisement in 2010.
In 2005 she recorded an album of covers, titled Young Heart. Track number three ("Everlasting Love") has also been used in a commercial for Grolsch Brewery. In that same year she was invited to record Greensleeves(song) as a duet with famous Dutch singer Rene Froger for his Christmas album Pure Christmas (released on EMI Music).
Norton is married to English actor Jamie Bamber, and they have three daughters: Isla Elizabeth Angela Griffith, and twins Darcy and Ava. She has two sisters, Jackie and Lorraine, and a brother named Matthew.
Norton and Bamber appeared together in the "Making Friends" episode of the 2003 BBC series The Human Mind which featured the birth of Isla.