Actress Amanda ties the knot

Actress Amanda ties the knot

'New Tricks' star Amanda Redman has married her partner after 12 years - surrounded by TV pals.

Redman, known for her role as Sandra Pullman in the crime drama, tied the knot with Damian Schnabel in the grounds of 13th Century Maunsel House in Somerset yesterday.

Redman, who wore a dress by British designer Ritva Westenius, was joined by friends from her BBC1 series such as Dennis Waterman, Alun Armstrong and James Bolam.

Film hardman Ray Winstone gave a reading at the ceremony, while other friends at the event included Lynda Bellingham, Sheila Hancock and Celebrity Masterchef winner Lisa Faulkner.

Redman’s daughter Emily Glenister – from her first marriage to actor Robert Glenister – was among the bridesmaids and also sang during the ceremony, as well as to accompany the couple’s first dance.

A new series of 'New Tricks' starts on Friday on BBC1 at 9pm.

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