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Liza Tarbuck was born on 21 November, 1964 in Liverpool, United Kingdom, is an Actress, television and radio presenter. Discover Liza Tarbuck's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?

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Occupation Actress, television and radio presenter
Age 58 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 21 November 1964
Birthday 21 November
Birthplace Liverpool, United Kingdom
Nationality British

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Liza Tarbuck Height, Weight & Measurements

At 58 years old, Liza Tarbuck height is 5′ 8″ .

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She is currently single. She is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about She's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, She has no children.

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Liza Tarbuck Net Worth

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-2022. So, how much is Liza Tarbuck worth at the age of 58 years old? Liza Tarbuck’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from British. We have estimated Liza Tarbuck's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Net Worth in 2021 Pending
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On Wednesday 25 December 2019, Tarbuck presented a Christmas day special called 'Family Rhythms', 6  pm – 8  pm. Guests included Film Director Richard Curtis, Strictly Come Dancing star AJ Pritchard, Love Island star Curtis Pritchard and Spandau Ballet brothers Martin Kemp and Gary Kemp


On Sunday 8 October 2017, Tarbuck stood in for Michael Ball on his 11  am – 1  pm show.

I An Distracted By Everything [sic], written by Tarbuck, was published in November 2017. It is described as an annual for grown-ups.


Tarbuck played Helen Golightly in the BBC radio programme Clare in the Community from series 5 to series 9, taking over from Gemma Craven for BBC Radio 4. She has also appeared in other shows for BBC Radio 4, such as Just a Minute and a story about Jayne Mansfield. In December 2016 she presented "Remembering Ronnie Corbett", a tribute to the late comedy star. In October 2017 she appeared on Front Row with Harry Hill. In December 2017 she was a guest on Saturday Live. In January 2018 she was a guest on Great Lives, talking about the Serbian-American scientist Nikola Tesla.


In 2015, Tarbuck visited Mary Berry at her home for a BBC Radio 2 Christmas Eve special.


In 2013, Tarbuck presented a BBC Radio 2 special celebrating the career of the British comedian Ken Dodd called "How Tickled I've Been".


Tarbuck stood in for Simon Mayo on his BBC Radio 2 Drivetime Show for three weeks in July/August 2010 also covering the show on 18–22 April in 2011, 1–19 August in 2011, 4–8 June 2012, 14–18 February 2013, 15 July 2013, 26–30 May 2014, 6–10 April 2015 and 14 June 2016. On 9 October 2018, Tarbuck presented the Drivetime show (5pm–8pm) with Simon Mayo while Jo Whiley was away from the station.

Since May 2012 Tarbuck has presented her own radio show on BBC Radio 2, between 6pm and 8pm, on Saturdays, replacing Going out with Alan Carr presented by Carr and Melanie Sykes.


Tarbuck signed a deal with Sky One to present a show called Pet Nation alongside Huey Morgan in 2010.


For a week in March 2009 Tarbuck stood in for Sarah Kennedy's popular Dawn Patrol show.


She has also narrated the Channel 4 dieting show Supersize vs Superskinny since 2008.

In December 2008 and January 2009 she presented the Saturday morning slot on BBC Radio 2 with Martin Freeman whilst Jonathan Ross was away from the station, and again in August 2009 alongside Huey Morgan of Fun Lovin' Criminals. The pair presented the show again in November 2009.


During September 2007 Tarbuck co-presented the weekday afternoon show on BBC Radio 2 with Mark Radcliffe, whilst Steve Wright was on leave. In December 2007 (and again in January and March 2008), she once more hosted the show, this time as a solo presenter. In July 2008 she once again co-presented with Radcliffe.


Tarbuck has also hosted a late-night edition of Win, Lose or Draw, and has also presented Britain's Top Dog, as well as narrating the last series of the documentary Airport in 2005.

UK Radio Aid was a charitable event in the United Kingdom held on Monday 17 January 2005 to raise money for the DEC appeal for the victims of the Asian tsunami. The event consisted of a twelve-hour radio show broadcast on 268 radio stations with an audience of over 20 million. Tarbuck presented the 16:00–18:00 slot with her former Big Breakfast co-host Johnny Vaughan.


She presented the fashion programme She's Gotta Have It in 1998 and The Big Breakfast with Johnny Vaughan, Sara Cox and Richard Bacon. In 2001, she teamed up with her father for a celebrity edition of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? In the early 2000s, she hosted the Sky One game show Blockbusters and has been a guest presenter on Have I Got News for You. In 2003, Tarbuck hosted Channel 4's Emmy Award winning panel-discussion/gameshow Without Prejudice?.


Her first big break came in 1987 when she landed a starring role in the new Granada Television comedy series Watching, playing a character called Pamela opposite Emma Wray. Liza stayed with Watching for its entire seven-year run. She also appeared as Angie in the 1988 Falklands War drama Tumbledown, which starred Colin Firth, Paul Rhys and David Calder. In 2001, she took the title role in Linda Green, which ran for two series, ending in 2002. More recently, she has guest starred on the Ricky Gervais comedy Extras, and has appeared in The Inspector Lynley Mysteries as DI Fiona Knight. In 2004, Tarbuck appeared in Series 6 of the long-running BBC One comedy French & Saunders, as a fictionalised version of herself, where she had the role of Producer for "Saunders & French Productions" with Christopher Hague-Moody. In 2005, Tarbuck appeared as Mrs Jellyby in the BBC One serial Bleak House, and in 2006 she appeared in episode six of the sitcom Saxondale, as a full-figured rock chick. In 2007, she provided a voiceover for the animated Doctor Who adventure The Infinite Quest. 2007 also saw her starring in the ITV1 comedy drama Bonkers. In 2009 Tarbuck starred as Staff Nurse Tina in her first role in a feature film, in The Be All and End All, and since 2016 she has played the part of Anne Hathaway in the BBC Two comedy series Upstart Crow. In 2019, Tarbuck starred in How Europe Stole My Mum. This Channel 4 comedy documentary, presented by comedian Kieran Hodgson and also starring Harry Enfield, examines how Brexit came about and how we can put a divided country back together


Liza Tarbuck was born in Liverpool. She is the daughter of comedian Jimmy Tarbuck, with an older sister, Cheryl, and a younger brother, James. She trained at the National Youth Theatre and RADA graduating in 1986 alongside Clive Owen, Rebecca Pidgeon and Mark Womack.


Liza Tarbuck (/ˈ l iː z ə / LEE -zə; born 21 November 1964) is a British actress and television and radio presenter.