Maisie Mae Roffey is the daughter of Julie Walters and her husband, Grant Roffey. Maisie Mae’s mother, Julie is an English actress, author, and comedian. She is the recipient of four British Academy Television Awards, two British Academy Film Awards, two International Emmy Awards, a BAFTA Fellowship, and a Golden Globe. Maisie Roffey is the only known child of her parents.
Maisie Mae Roffey Profile Summary
|Full Name||Maisie Mae Roffey|
|famous as||daughter of Julie Walters|
|Date of Birth||April 26, 1988|
|Age||33 years old as of 2021|
|place of birth||City of Westminster, London, United Kingdom|
|parents||Mother- Julie Walters|
Grant Roffey- Father
Maisie is the only child of Julie and her husband Grant. She was born on April 26 1988 in the City of Westminster, London, United Kingdom. Maisie is 33 years of age as of 2021. Her zodiac sign is a Taurus.
About Maisie’s parents, Walters’ relationship with Grant Roffey, a patrolman for the AA, began after a whirlwind romance. The couple had their daughter, Maisie Mae Roffey (born 26 April 1988), but did not marry until they went to New York City to do so in 1997. They live on an organic farm operated by Roffey near Plaistow, West Sussex.
Maisie’s mother, Walters was diagnosed with stage III bowel cancer in 2018. Having had surgery and chemotherapy, she entered remission. This meant that she had to be cut from certain scenes in The Secret Garden and also had to miss the premiere of Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again. Walters did not announce her illness to the public until February 2020, when she said in an interview with Victoria Derbyshire that she would be taking a step back from acting, particularly from large and demanding film roles. She stated however in October 2020, that she would make an exception for Mamma Mia 3! which is currently in development.
In fact, the star had two tumors removed from her colon and went through a round of grueling chemotherapy for bowel cancer before she was given the all-clear.
‘I couldn’t bear the thought of everyone worrying, particularly my daughter,’ she told the Daily Telegraph’s magazine. ‘I told her I needed to have my appendix removed because there was a problem. I couldn’t say the word “cancer” to her.’
Julie Walters said Maisie simply responded, ‘Okay, mum’. ‘She knew it probably didn’t sound right, but she also knew I wasn’t going to talk about it and she didn’t push me,’ she said.
Maisie herself had cancer as a child, being diagnosed with lymphoblastic leukaemia at the age of two. She was given the all-clear not long after her sixth birthday.- Maisie Mae Roffey’s mother Walters revealed.