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Ruby Wax (née Ruby Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American actress, comedian, mental health campaigner, lecturer, and author who has resided in the United Kingdom since the 1970s. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–86), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–94) and Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–98). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002), reached the Sunday Times best-seller list.

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  • Ruby Wax (née Ruby Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American actress, comedian, mental health campaigner, lecturer, and author who has resided in the United Kingdom since the 1970s. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–86), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–94) and Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–98). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002), reached the Sunday Times best-seller list.
  • Ruby Wax (née Ruby Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American actress, comedian, mental health campaigner, lecturer, and author who has resided in the United Kingdom since the 1970s. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–86), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–94), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–98) and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002), reached the Sunday Times best-seller list.
  • Ruby Wax (née Ruby Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, mental health campaigner, lecturer, and author who has resided in the United Kingdom since the 1970s. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–86), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–94), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–98) and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002), reached the Sunday Times best-seller list.
  • Ruby Wax (née Ruby Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, mental health campaigner, lecturer, and author. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002), reached the Sunday Times best-seller list.
  • Ruby Wax (née Ruby Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, mental health campaigner, lecturer, and author. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002) and Sane New World (2013), reached the Sunday Times best-seller list.
  • Ruby Wax (née Ruby Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, mental health campaigner, lecturer, and writer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002) and Sane New World (2013), reached the Sunday Times best-seller list.
  • Ruby Wax (née Ruby Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, mental health campaigner, lecturer, and writer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax was a contestant in the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, in which she finished as the runner-up.
  • Ruby Wax (née Ruby Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax was a contestant in the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, in which she finished as the runner-up.
  • Ruby Wax (née Ruby Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax was a contestant on the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, in which she finished as the runner-up.
  • Ruby Wax (née Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax was a contestant on the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, in which she finished as the runner-up.
  • Ruby Wax (née Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax was a contestant on the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, finishing as the runner-up.
  • Ruby Wax (née Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the ITV sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the BBC sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax was a contestant on the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, in which she finished as the runner-up.
  • Ruby Wax (née Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the BBC sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax appeared in the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, in which she finished as the runner-up.
  • Ruby Wax (née Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), Ruby (1997–2000), and The Ruby Wax Show (2002). She was the script editor for the BBC sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax appeared in the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, in which she finished as the runner-up.
  • Ruby Wax (née Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), Ruby (1997–2000), and (2002). She was the script editor for the BBC sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax appeared in the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, in which she finished as the runner-up.
  • Ruby Wax (née Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), Ruby (1997–2000), and The Ruby Wax Show (2002). She went on to become the script editor for the BBC sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax appeared in the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, in which she finished as the runner-up.
  • Ruby Wax (née Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), Ruby (1997–2000), and The Ruby Wax Show (2002). She went on to become the script editor for the BBC sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes.
  • Ruby Wax (née Wachs; born 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), Ruby (1997–2000), and The Ruby Wax Show (2002). She went on to become the script editor for the BBC sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes.
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  • Ruby Wax (née Ruby Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American actress, comedian, mental health campaigner, lecturer, and author who has resided in the United Kingdom since the 1970s. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–86), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–94) and Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–98). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002), reached the Sunday Times best-seller list. Wax studied psychology at the University of California, Berkeley but did not complete her degree and in 2013 she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, she was appointed a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey.
  • Ruby Wax (née Ruby Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American actress, comedian, mental health campaigner, lecturer, and author who has resided in the United Kingdom since the 1970s. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–86), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–94), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–98) and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002), reached the Sunday Times best-seller list. Wax studied psychology at the University of California, Berkeley but did not complete her degree and in 2013 she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, she was appointed a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey.
  • Ruby Wax (née Ruby Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, mental health campaigner, lecturer, and author who has resided in the United Kingdom since the 1970s. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–86), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–94), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–98) and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002), reached the Sunday Times best-seller list. Wax studied psychology at the University of California, Berkeley but did not complete her degree and in 2013 she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, she was appointed a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey.
  • Ruby Wax (née Ruby Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, mental health campaigner, lecturer, and author. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002), reached the Sunday Times best-seller list. Wax studied psychology at the University of California, Berkeley but did not complete her degree and in 2013 she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, she was appointed a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey.
  • Ruby Wax (née Ruby Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, mental health campaigner, lecturer, and author. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002), reached the Sunday Times best-seller list. Wax studied psychology at the University of California, Berkeley but did not complete her degree and in 2013 she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, she was appointed a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey, and was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 Birthday Honours for services to mental health.
  • Ruby Wax (née Ruby Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, mental health campaigner, lecturer, and author. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002), reached the Sunday Times best-seller list. Wax studied psychology at the University of California, Berkeley but did not complete her degree and in 2013, she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, she was appointed a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey, and was appointed an honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 Special Honours for services to mental health.
  • Ruby Wax (née Ruby Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, mental health campaigner, lecturer, and author. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002) and Sane New World (2013), reached the Sunday Times best-seller list. Wax studied psychology at the University of California, Berkeley but did not complete her degree and in 2013, she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, she was appointed a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey, and was appointed an honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 Special Honours for services to mental health.
  • Ruby Wax (née Ruby Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, mental health campaigner, lecturer, and author. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002) and Sane New World (2013), reached the Sunday Times best-seller list. Wax studied psychology at the University of California, Berkeley but did not complete her degree. In 2013, she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, Wax was appointed a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey, and was appointed an honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 Special Honours for services to mental health.
  • Ruby Wax (née Ruby Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, mental health campaigner, lecturer, and writer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002) and Sane New World (2013), reached the Sunday Times best-seller list. Wax studied psychology at the University of California, Berkeley but did not complete her degree. In 2013, she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, Wax was appointed a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey, and was appointed an honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 Special Honours for services to mental health.
  • Ruby Wax (née Ruby Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, mental health campaigner, lecturer, and writer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax was a contestant in the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, in which she finished as the runner-up. Wax studied psychology at the University of California, Berkeley but did not complete her degree. In 2013, she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, Wax was appointed a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey, and was appointed an honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 Special Honours for services to mental health. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002) and Sane New World (2013), reached the Sunday Times best-seller list.
  • Ruby Wax (née Ruby Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax was a contestant in the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, in which she finished as the runner-up. Wax studied psychology at the University of California, Berkeley but did not complete her degree. In 2013, she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, Wax was appointed a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey, and was appointed an honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 Special Honours for services to mental health. She was appointed as Chancellor of the University of Southampton, commencing her duties from 1 May 2019. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002) and Sane New World (2013), reached the Sunday Times best-seller list.
  • Ruby Wax (née Ruby Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax was a contestant in the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, in which she finished as the runner-up. Wax studied psychology at the University of California, Berkeley but did not complete her degree. In 2013, she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, Wax was appointed a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey, and was appointed an honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 Special Honours for services to mental health. She was appointed as Chancellor of the University of Southampton, commencing her duties from 1 May 2019. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002) and Sane New World (2013), reached number one on the Sunday Times best-seller list.
  • Ruby Wax (née Ruby Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax was a contestant on the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, in which she finished as the runner-up. Wax studied psychology at the University of California, Berkeley but did not complete her degree. In 2013, she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, Wax was appointed a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey, and was appointed an honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 Special Honours for services to mental health. She was appointed as Chancellor of the University of Southampton, commencing her duties from 1 May 2019. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002) and Sane New World (2013), reached number one on the Sunday Times best-seller list.
  • Ruby Wax (née Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax was a contestant on the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, in which she finished as the runner-up. Wax studied psychology at the University of California, Berkeley but did not complete her degree. In 2013, she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, Wax was appointed a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey, and was appointed an honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 Special Honours for services to mental health. She was appointed as Chancellor of the University of Southampton, commencing her duties from 1 May 2019. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002) and Sane New World (2013), reached number one on the Sunday Times best-seller list.
  • Ruby Wax (née Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax was a contestant on the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, finishing as the runner-up. Wax studied psychology at the University of California, Berkeley but did not complete her degree. In 2013, she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, Wax was appointed a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey, and was appointed an honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 Special Honours for services to mental health. She was appointed as Chancellor of the University of Southampton, commencing her duties from 1 May 2019. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002) and Sane New World (2013), reached number one on the Sunday Times best-seller list.
  • Ruby Wax (née Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the ITV sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the BBC sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax was a contestant on the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, in which she finished as the runner-up. Wax studied psychology at the University of California, Berkeley but did not complete her degree. In 2013, she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, Wax was appointed a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey, and was appointed an honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 Special Honours for services to mental health. She was appointed as Chancellor of the University of Southampton, commencing her duties from 1 May 2019. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002) and Sane New World (2013), reached number one on the Sunday Times best-seller list.
  • Ruby Wax (née Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), and Ruby (1997–2000). She was the script editor for the BBC sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax appeared in the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, in which she finished as the runner-up. Wax studied psychology at the University of California, Berkeley but did not complete her degree. In 2013, she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, Wax was appointed a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey, and was appointed an honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 Special Honours for services to mental health. She was appointed as Chancellor of the University of Southampton, commencing her duties from 1 May 2019. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002) and Sane New World (2013), reached number one on the Sunday Times best-seller list.
  • Ruby Wax (née Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), Ruby (1997–2000), and The Ruby Wax Show (2002). She was the script editor for the BBC sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax appeared in the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, in which she finished as the runner-up. Wax studied psychology at the University of California, Berkeley but did not complete her degree. In 2013, she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, Wax was appointed a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey, and was appointed an honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 Special Honours for services to mental health. She was appointed as Chancellor of the University of Southampton, commencing her duties from 1 May 2019. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002) and Sane New World (2013), reached number one on the Sunday Times best-seller list.
  • Ruby Wax (née Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), Ruby (1997–2000), and (2002). She was the script editor for the BBC sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax appeared in the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, in which she finished as the runner-up. Wax studied psychology at the University of California, Berkeley but did not complete her degree. In 2013, she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, Wax was appointed a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey, and was appointed an honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 Special Honours for services to mental health. She was appointed as Chancellor of the University of Southampton, commencing her duties from 1 May 2019. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002) and Sane New World (2013), reached number one on the Sunday Times best-seller list.
  • Ruby Wax (née Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), Ruby (1997–2000), and The Ruby Wax Show (2002). She was the script editor for the BBC sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax appeared in the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, in which she finished as the runner-up. Wax studied psychology at the University of California, Berkeley but did not complete her degree. In 2013, she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, Wax was appointed a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey, and was appointed an honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 Special Honours for services to mental health. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002) and Sane New World (2013), reached number one on the Sunday Times bestseller list.
  • Ruby Wax (née Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), Ruby (1997–2000), and The Ruby Wax Show (2002). She went on to become the script editor for the BBC sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax appeared in the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, in which she finished as the runner-up. Wax studied psychology at the University of California, Berkeley but did not complete her degree. In 2013, she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, Wax was appointed a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey, and was appointed an honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 Special Honours for services to mental health. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002) and Sane New World (2013), reached number one on the Sunday Times bestseller list.
  • Ruby Wax (née Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), Ruby (1997–2000), and The Ruby Wax Show (2002). She went on to become the script editor for the BBC sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax appeared in the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, in which she finished as the runner-up. Wax studied psychology at the University of California, but did not complete her degree. In 2013, she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, Wax was appointed a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey, and was appointed an honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 Special Honours for services to mental health. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002) and Sane New World (2013), reached number one on the Sunday Times bestseller list.
  • Ruby Wax (née Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), Ruby (1997–2000), and The Ruby Wax Show (2002). She went on to become the script editor for the BBC sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. In 2003, Wax appeared in the first series of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, in which she finished as the runner-up. Wax studied psychology at the University of California but did not complete her degree. In 2013, she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, Wax was appointed a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey, and was appointed an honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 Special Honours for services to mental health. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002) and Sane New World (2013), reached number one on the Sunday Times bestseller list.
  • Ruby Wax (née Wachs; 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), Ruby (1997–2000), and The Ruby Wax Show (2002). She went on to become the script editor for the BBC sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. Wax studied psychology at the University of California but did not complete her degree. In 2013, she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. In 2015, Wax was appointed an honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 Special Honours for services to mental health. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002) and Sane New World (2013), reached number one on the Sunday Times bestseller list.
  • Ruby Wax (née Wachs; born 19 April 1953) is an American-British actress, comedian, writer, mental health campaigner, and lecturer. A classically trained actress, Wax starred in the sitcom Girls on Top (1985–1986), and came to prominence as a comic interviewer, playing up to British perceptions of the strident American style, in shows including The Full Wax (1991–1994), Ruby Wax Meets... (1994–1998), Ruby (1997–2000), and The Ruby Wax Show (2002). She went on to become the script editor for the BBC sitcom Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012), also appearing in two episodes. Wax studied psychology at the University of California but did not complete her degree. In 2013, she gained a master's degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy from Kellogg College, Oxford. Wax was appointed an honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 Special Honours for services to mental health. Her memoirs, How Do You Want Me? (2002) and Sane New World (2013), reached number one on the Sunday Times bestseller list.
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