mother, sister, daughter) have been diagnosed with ovarian or breast cancer, particularly before the age of 50, then the risk is significantly increased.Women who have one first-degree relative with breast cancer, diagnosed under the age of 40 or two first or second-degree relatives with breast cancer diagnosed over the age of 50, also have a slightly increased risk.And he has appeared as a team captain in every episode of the risqué Mock The Week.As such, Dennis is probably unique in that he has a broad, populist appeal while maintaining impeccable credentials as an edgy satirist.'It's a complete shock that one email could spread like this and who would think it could get so out of hand?In retrospect it was a stupid thing to do but there wasn't anything controversial or sexist in there.
The categories were: Fittest boy - looks; Fittest boy - body; Best-dressed boy; Boy most likely to sleep his way to the top; Best piece of gossip you've heard so far this year; Most attractive 'older' member of staff; Boy with the best personality; Most hilarious/embarrassing moment a girl has had; and The official Deloitte Firstyear Analyst Girls' 'Man Of The Year'. On Wednesday morning she arrived at her London office to find her email inbox full. 'I had so many emails from all over the world saying I had made people's day and that I'd put a smile on their face.
Charlotte, who was adopted by the actor after he married her mother, leaves behind her husband, artist Alex Smith, and children Isabella, 15, and eight-year-old Lucas.
She is also survived by her brothers Christopher, Sean, Dylan and Paris.
Painfully accurate – largely because the children are allowed to make up their often hilarious and sometimes excruciatingly frank lines – the series has turned Dennis into one of the country’s best-loved performers.
Currently, he hosts BBC2’s improvisation show Fast And Loose and Radio 4’s long-running satirical series The Now Show.