Sunshine Purple Tara Velvet- Facts about Sadie Frost’s Sister

Sunshine Purple Tara Velvet

Sunshine Purple Tara Velvet is the sister of Sadie Frost, an English actress, producer, and fashion designer. Sunshine Velvet was born to David Vaughan, a psychedelic artist who formed the design team Binder, Edwards & Vaughan (BEV), and actress Mary Davidson, however, her parents got separated.

Sunshine Purple Tara Velvet’s siblings are actresses Holly Davidson and Jade Davidson, Jessi Frost a primary school teacher, Gabriel Jupiter, Tobias Vaughan, and Sadie Frost. Not much is available on Sunshine Purple Tara Velvet’s early life, educational background, and other information.

Sunshine Purple Tara Velvet: Bio Summary

NameSunshine Purple Tara Velvet
Famous asSadie Frost’s sister
ParentsDavid Vaughan, Mary Davidson
Siblings Sadie Frost, Jessi Frost, Gabriel Jupiter Vaughan, Tobias Vaughan, Holly Davidson, Jade Davidson

Among Sunshine Purple Tara Velvet’s siblings is Sadie Liza Frost who is also known as Sadie Frost. She is a well-known actress born on 19 June 1965 in Islington, north London but spent her youth greatly in Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, after her parents got separated. She runs a fashion label, Frost French, before its closure in 2011 and a film production company, Blonde to Black Pictures.

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The sister of Sunshine Purple Tara Velvet, Sadie Frost got married to Spandau Ballet’s Gary Kemp on 7 May 1988, and after five years of marriage, they divorced on 19 August 1995. They got married briefly before Sadie Frost’s 23rd birthday. The pair met in 1981 when Sadie Frost was 16 and dancing in a music video. The couple has a son named Finlay, born in 1990.

Sadie Frost later got married to Jude Law in September 1997 but divorced on 29 October 2003. They met during the work on the 1994 film Shopping. They have three kids, two sons, and a daughter. Their children are Rafferty who was born in 1996, Iris who was born in 2000, and then Rudy who was born in 2002.

Sunshine Purple Velvet’s sister at a young age, 3, in 1968 appeared in a Jelly Tots advertisement, and in 1970, at age 5 appeared with Morecambe and Wise. She gained a scholarship to the Italia Conti Academy but attended Hampstead School instead and stopped acting at 13 after an early eating disorder.

In 1984 when she was 19 years old, she appeared in the play Mumbo Jumbo at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, directed by Nicholas Hytner. She also starred in the play Fool for Love alongside Carl Barat, formerly of The Libertines, in January 2010, the play showed at the Riverside Studios theatre.

Sunshine Purple Velvet’s sister as an actress, in 1987 got her first movie role in Empire State and appeared as the beautiful, ill-fated Lucy Westenra in Francis Ford Coppola’s Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) and she performed in Press Gang and Casualty. She made her wealth mainly from music videos.

She appeared in music videos such as Pulp’s song “Common People”, Planet Perfecto featuring Grace’s “Not Over Yet ’99”, and different other productions for Spandau Ballet, where she met her first husband Gary Kemp.

Sadie Frost and her first husband, Kemp appeared together in the film The Krays in 1990 and also appeared in two films together, Magic Hunter, a film which required them to partake in a love scene, although they were separated at the time. She also took a role opposite her ex-husband, Jude Law in Paul W. S. Anderson’s directorial debut Shopping.

Sadie Frost reduced her acting responsibilities in the late 1990s and moved into producing and co-founding the production company Natural Nylon. It was in 1999 when she co-founded the fashion label Frost French which commenced in lingerie and expanded into clothing collections, with her friend Jemima French. The fashion label Frost French won Elle’s Designers of the Year Award 2004.

Sunshine Purple Velvet’s sister wrote, produced, and presented a short-lived series,” What Sadie did next…” for E4, in 2004 and appeared in Eating with…Sadie Frost on BBC2 in 2005.

She went to South Africa to part-fund an orphanage for the Homes of Hope project and also For the Very First Time made her West End debut in Touched …, a new one-woman show by Zoë Lewis, directed by Douglas Rintoul and produced by Imogen Lloyd Webber.

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