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Sue Menhenick

Birthday: September 09, 1955 (68 years)

HomeTown: London, England, United Kingdom

Sue Menhenick is a British former dancer and actress who is best known for her work on The Meaning of Life (1983), Top of the Pops (1964), and Top of the Pops: The Story of 1978 (2013). She made her television debut in 1974 on “Top of the Pops.” Born on September 09, 1955, Sue Menhenick hails from London, United Kingdom. As in 2024, Sue Menhenick's age is 68 years. Discover below for comprehensive details about Sue Menhenick, including the biography, wiki profile, age, date of birth, family background, relationship status, interesting facts, photographs, lesser-known facts, and more.

Sue Menhenick Profile:

Stage Name Sue Menhenick
Real Name Sue Menhenick
Profession(s) Actress, Dancer, Singer,
Birthday September 09, 1955
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Age 68 years
Gender Female
Birthplace London, United Kingdom
Hometown London, England, United Kingdom
Nationality British

Family and Personal Life

Sue Menhenick‘ father’s name is Not Available and Sue Menhenick‘ mother’s name is Not Available.

Trivia and Facts

  • Sue Menhenick was born in London, United Kingdom.
  • Sue Menhenick’s birth sign is Virgo.
  • She made her television debut in 1974 on “Top of the Pops.”
  • She joined the dance group Pan’s People, taking over from Louise Clark, who had left due to her marriage.
  • Sue and her fellow dance group members became popular heartthrobs during the 70s and 80s. They gained fame for their distinctive and fashionable attire as well as their sensual and captivating dance performances.
  • She made her last appearance on Top of the Pops (TOTP) on December 17, 1981. Her last performance was a solo dance set to Jon & Vangelis’s “I’ll Find My Way Home.”
  • This marked the end of Menhenick’s seven-year run as a TOTP dancer.
  • Sue held the record for the most appearances by any dancer on the show. She was the second-longest-serving dancer in the history of TOTP.
  • In the end credits of the program, she was credited as a member of the dance troupe “Zoo.”
  • Remarkably, Sue was credited for appearing as a member of four different dance troupes during her time on TOTP.
  • Sue and Lulu Cartwright served as interviews for the BBC’s The Story of Top of the Pops, produced at the beginning of each repeat year, in 1978, then Menhenick on her own in 1979 and 1981.

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