How much longer can you go on drinking and smoking," says Ruth."Giving up smoking was probably the hardest thing I ever did."So with her star on the rise and a new series of her show Stella starting on Sky 1 this Friday, would the new Ruth, who's even started playing tennis with TV producer husband David Peet as part of her recent health kick, ever consider going under the knife? I'm pretty sure I never would."But how do you know you won't.
I don't like the bags under my eyes."We'll take that as a maybe.
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– and I sent a fax to the casting director which just said, “I hear you’re doing Under Milk Wood.
I’m big, buxom and Welsh and you should see me.” And I got an audition and then a recall and then Bob’s your uncle.’ That production also starred Mark Lewis Jones (no relation) and Steve Spiers, and, in an apt reunion, all three of them appear this week in A Child’s Christmases in Wales, a television adaptation of a Dylan Thomas story.
Ruth Jones says 'Stella' is to end after series four.
Ruth had the support of her good friends and Gavin & Stacey co-star, - Rob “Uncle Bryn” Brydon, as well as Bonnie Tyler and Only Men Aloud. The popular BBC comedy, created by Ruth and co-star James Corden, ended after two-and-a-half years in 2010 but the actress is determined to bring it back.Ruth Jones is among the stars included in Queen Elizabeth's New Year Honours.To be shown on BBC Four on Thursday evening, Mark Watson’s single comedy drama takes Thomas’s tale about a child reminiscing on Christmases past and gives it a modern makeover, showing a Welsh family in triptych across three Christmases in the Eighties through the eyes of a young boy. ‘I was going to say it’s a modern setting but technically the Eighties make it a period piece, I guess,’ says Jones.‘It’s a really lovely remake and it just captures the essence of the original story.The 'Gavin and Stacey' actress and co-writer will receive an MBE from the British monarch in her annual awards to mark the start of 2014. Ruth Jones' 'Stella' has been renewed for a second series.