Yvonne Haughton has joined colleagues Victoria and Rodger Cartledge in being selected to play a part in a Spanish TV series.
Yvonne joins the duo back on set in "Los Invisibles", this time for TV and not like in Siesta Productions feature film, The Cucaracha Club, which is due for release later this year.
She finds herself back in front of a camera this week playing a lawyer, whilst pint sized Vicky is currently playing a BBC reporter, and her father Rodger is playing a camera man.
Stunning Yvonne, who is fluent in 4 languages, adapts very quickly for a lady who only recently became an actress. Along with her daughters Luccia, and more recently her youngest daughter Sarah, who made her film debut with a walk-on part in a Café scene that Yvonne appears in, whilst making The Cucaracha Club.
Yvonne made her debut on stage 3 years ago in "Allo Allo" playing Helga, and has not looked back or stopped acting since, even playing a stripper in her last stage play, "Not Now Darling" often repeated on Viva TV.
Yvonne has become so in love with acting that she took on the post of Treasurer of The ADHOC Players, a natural task for the lady who was discovered while working in her local bank in San Luis.
Life has changed dramatically in more than one sense for this beautiful German actress and her English Husband, for they now frequent such company as Spanish Champion lightweight boxer Emiliano Casal and top British Actor Tom Watt.
The boxer and former Eastenders actor met Yvonne on set last year while working on The Cucaracha Club. They both think that Yvonne is a natural and will go a long way both on stage and on film, and not just driving the fantastic car that David, her husband built specially for her to drive in her film role as a spy.
The car, a copy of the white Trans Am that Burt Reynolds drove in Smokey and The Bandit, was displayed in Cabo Roig last week at the St Patricks Day Parade with members of Siesta and ADHOC in the celebrations. More information can be found by visiting www.siesta.productions
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