In the '80s, Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman (seen here on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine) became famous as members of Prince's band The Revolution. Guess what they look like now! READ MORE >
Lisa Coleman (born 10 July 1970, Hammersmith) is an actress and volunteer occupational therapist, best known for her roles in the BBC TV programme The Story of Tracy Beaker (and later Tracy Beaker Returns) as Cam Lawson, and as Nurse Jude Korcanik in Casualty. Coleman attended Anna Scher Theatre School at age six, going on to complete secondary education and A-levels. Having worked in television at various times since the early 1980s, in the mid 1990s she began a Bachelors degree in Psychology with the UK Open University, leaving Casualty in 1997 in part to concentrate on her studies. Her radio work includes a six part series for the BBC in 1999, Old Dog and Partridge. She attended her graduation ceremony in June 2005, and in a subsequent interview for the Open University's alumni magazine SESAME expressed her desire to continue working with the National Health Service and long-term aim to earn a Master of Arts degree. Lisa Coleman is the sister of television and movie actress Charlotte Coleman (1968–2001) and the younger daughter of Ann Beach (born 1938) and Francis Coleman (1924–2008).