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Theatre:
Movies TV



These are all her plays up until 1993. If you have information about plays she did after that or have comments or want to add something please e-mail me at
Kayjay@TributeToTalent.com

Play (Author) (Year)
Theatre

Children in Uniform (Christa Winsloe) (1951)
Role: Annaliese, directed by: Eva Maria Lorm-Schaffer

Cowley Road Congregational Church

The Pick-Up Girl (Elsa Shelley) (1951)
Role: Jean, directed by: unknown

Oxford Playhouse

Twelfth Night (W.Shakespeare) (1952)
Role: Viola, directed by: Alistair MacIntosh

Mansfield College Gardens, Oxford

He who gets slapped (Andreyev) (1952)
Role: Consuela, directed by: Peter Bailey

Clarendon Press Institute, Oxford

Cinderella (1952)
Role: Court Page, directed by: John Gordon Ash and Frank Shelley

Oxford Playhouse

Rookery Nook (Ben Travers) (1953)
Rolle: Poppy Dickey, directed by: Frank Shelley

Oxford Playhouse

The Housemaster (Ian Hay) (1953)
Role: Button Farringdon, directed by: Frank Shelley

Oxford Playhouse

The Love of Four Colonels (Peter Ustinov) (1953)
Role: Mme Frappot, directed by: unknown

Oxford Playhouse

The Ortolan (Michael Meyer) (1954)
Role: Gertrud, directed by: Casper Wrede

Marston Hall, Oxford

Don't Listen Ladies (Stephen Powys and Guy Bolton) (1954)
Role: Henriette, directed by: unknown

Oxford Playhouse

The Government Inspector (Gogol) (1954)
Role: School Superintendent's Wife, directed by: Peter Hall

Oxford Playhouse

The Letter (Somerset Maugham) (1954)
Role: Chinese servant, directed by: unknown

Oxford Playhouse

A Man about the House (Francis Brett Young) (1954)
Role: Maria, directed by: unknown

Oxford Playhouse

Theatre 1900 (unknown) (1954)
Role: unknown, directed by: Peter Hall

Oxford Playhouse

Listen to the Wind (Vivian Ellis and Angela Ainley Jeans) (1954)
Role: West Wind, directed by: Peter Hall

Oxford Playhouse

The Magistrate (Pinero) (1955)
Role: Beatie Tomlinson, directed by: Peter Wood

Oxford Playhouse

The School for Scandal (Sheridan) (1955)
Role: Maria, directed by: Peter Wood

Oxford Playhouse

Oxford Eight (unknown) (1955)
Role: unknown, directed by: Gareth Wigan and Don Erikson

New Watergate, London

New Faces (unknown) (1956)
Role: unknown, directed by: David Thimar and Paul Lynde

Ethel Barrymore, New York

Share my Lettuce (Bamber Gascoigne,Keith Statham,Patrick Gowers) (1957)
Role: Orange, directed by: Eleanor Fazan

unknown

The Stepmother (Warren Chetham-Strode) (1958)
Role: Vere Dane, directed by: Henry Kaplan

St.Martin's, London

The Double Dealer (Congreve) (1959)
Role: Lady Plyant, directed by: Michael Benthall

Old Vic, London

As you like it (Shakespeare) (1959)
Role: Celia, directed by: Wendy Toye

Old Vic, London

Richard II (Shakespeare) (1959)
Role: Queen, directed by: Val May

Old Vic, London

The Merry Wives of Windsor (Shakespeare) (1959)
Role: Mistress Ford, directed by: John Hale

Old Vic, London

What Every Woman Knows (J.M.Barrie) (1960)
Role: Maggie Wylie, directed by: Peter Potter

Old Vic, London

Rhinoceros (Ionesco) (1960)
Role: Daisy, directed by: Orson Welles

Strand, London

Strip the Willow (Beverley Cross) (1960)
Role: Kathy Dawson, directed by: Val May

British Tour

The Rehearsal (Anouilh) (1961)
Role: Lucile, directed by: John Hale

Bristol Old Vic and Globe Theatre, London

The Private Ear and The Public Eye (Peter Shaffer) (1962)
Role: Doreen / Belinda, directed by: Peter Wood

Globe Theatre, London

Mary Mary (Jean Kerr) (1963)
Role: Mary McKellaway, directed by: Joseph Anthony

Queen's Theatre, London

The Recruiting Officer (Farquhar) (1963)
Role: Silvia, directed by: William Gaskill

Old Vic, London

Othello (Shakespeare) (1964)
Role: Desdemona, directed by: John Dexter

Old Vic, London

The Master Builder (Ibsen) (1964)
Role: Hilde Wangel, directed by: Peter Wood

Old Vic, London

Hay Fever (Noel Coward) (1964)
Role: Myra Arundel, directed by: Noel Coward

Old Vic, London

Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare) (1965)
Role: Beatrice, directed by: Franco Zeffirelli

Old Vic, London

Miss Julie (Strindberg) (1965)
Role: Julie, directed by: Michael Elliot

Old Vic, London and Chichester Festival Theatre

Black Comedy (Peter Shaffer) (1965)
Role: Clea, directed by: John Dexter

Old Vic, London and Chichester Festival Theatre

A Bond Honoured (John Osbourne) (1966)
Role: Marcela, directed by: John Dexter

Old Vic, London

Trelawny of the Wells (unknown) (1966)
Role: Avonia Bunn, directed by: Desmond O'Donovan

Old Vic, London

The Country Wife (Wycherley) (1969)
Role: Margery Pinchwife, directed by: Robert Chetwyn

Chichester Festival Theatre

The Beaux' Stratagem (Farquhar) (1970)
Role: Mrs Sullen, directed by: William Gaskill

Old Vic, London and Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles

Three Sisters (unknown) (1970)
Role: Masha, directed by: Laurence Olivier

Ahmanson Theatre, LA

Hedda Gabler (Ibsen) (1970)
Role: Hedda, directed by: Ingmar Bergman

Cambridge Theatre, London

Design for Living (Noel Coward) (1971)
Role: Gilda, directed by: Peter Wood

Ahmanson Theatre, LA

Private Lives (Noel Coward) (1972)
Role: Amanda Prynne, directed by: John Gielgud

Queen's Theatre, London

Peter Pan (unknown) (1973)
Role: Peter Pan, directed by: Robert Helpmann

London Coliseum

Snap (Charles Laurence) (1974/75)
Role: Connie Hudson, directed by: William Gaskill

Vaudeville Theatre, London

Private Lives (Noel Coward) (1974/75)
Role: Amanda Prynne, directed by: John Gielgud

Ahmanson Theatre, LA and a Tour through Chicago, Boston, Denver, Toronto and New York

The Way of the World (Congreve) (1976)
Role: Millamant, directed by: Robin Phillips

Stratford (Canada)

Measure for Measure (Shakespeare) (1976)
Role: Mistress Overdone, directed by: Robin Phillips

Stratford (Canada)

Antony and Cleopatra (Shakespeare) (1976)
Role: Cleopatra, directed by: Robin Phillips

Stratford (Canada)

Three Sisters (Chekhov) (1976)
Role: Masha, directed by: John Hirsch

Stratford (Canada)

The Guardsman (Molnar) (1976 + 77)
Role: The Actress, directed by: Robin Phillips

Stratford (Canada) (77) and Ahmanson Theatre, LA (76)

A Midsummer Night's Dream (Shakespeare) (1977)
Role: Hippolyta/Titania, directed by: Robin Phillips

Stratford (Canada)

Richard III (Shakespeare) (1977)
Role: Queen Elizabeth, directed by: Robin Phillips

Stratford (Canada)

As You Like It (Shakespeare) (1977/78)
Role: Rosalind, directed by: Robin Phillips

Stratford (Canada)

Hay Fever (Coward) (1977)
Role: Judith Bliss, directed by: Robin Phillips

Stratford (Canada)

Macbeth (Shakespeare) (1978)
Role: Lady Macbeth, directed by: Robin Phillips

Stratford (Canada)

Private Lives (Coward) (1978)
Role: Amanda Prynne, directed by: Robin Phillips

Stratford (Canada)

Night and Day (Tom Stoppard) (1979)
Role: Ruth Carson, directed by: Peter Wood

Phoenix Theatre, London; Kennedy Center, Washington; ANTA Theatre, New York

Virginia (Edna O'Brian) (1980)
Role: Virginia Woolf, directed by: Robin Phillips

Stratford (Canada) and Haymarket Theatre, London (1981)

Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare) (1980)
Role: Beatrice, directed by: Robin Phillips

Stratford (Canada)

The Seagull (Chekhov) (1980)
Role: Arkadina, directed by: Robin Phillips

Stratford (Canada)

The Way of the World (Congreve) (1984)
Role: Millamant, directed by: William Gaskill

Chichester Festival Theatre and Haymarket Theatre, London

Interpreters (Ronald Harwood) (1985)
Role: Nadia Ogilvy-Smith, directed by: Peter Yates

Queen's Theatre, London

The Infernal Machine (Cocteau) (1986)
Role: Jocasta, directed by: Simon Callow

unknown

Comin in to Land (Stephen Poliakoff) (1987/88)
Role: Halina Rodziewizowna, directed by: Peter Hall

National Theatre

Lettice and Lovage (Peter Shaffer) (1987/88 and 90)
Role: Lettice Douffet, directed by: Michael Blakemore

Globe Theatre, London and Ethel Barrymore, New York (90)

The Importance of Being Earnest (Oscar Wilde) (1993)
Role: Lady Bracknell, directed by: Nicholas Hytner

Aldwych Theatre



Movies:
Theatre TV



Okay, here are the movies she's done so far. If you have any suggestions or helpful information, feel free to mail me at
Kayjay@TributeToTalent.com

YearTitle / Directed byRole

1958

Nowhere to Go/ Seth Holt

Bridget Howard

1962

Go to Blazes / Michael Truman

Chantal

1963

The VIP's / Anthony Asquith

Miss Mead

1964

The Pumpkin Eater / Jack Clayton

Philpot

1965

Young Cassidy / John Ford and Jack Cardiff

Nora Creena

1965

Othello / Stuart Burge

Desdemona

1967

The Honeypot / Joseph Mankiewicz

Sarah Watkins

1968

Hot Millions / Eric Till

Patty Perwilliger

1969

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie / Ronald Neame

Jean Brodie

1969

Oh What a Lovely War!/ Richard Attenborough

Variety singer

1973

Travels with my Aunt / George Cukor

Aunt Augusta

1973

Love and Pain and the Whole Damn Thing / Alan J. Pakula

Lila Fisher

1976

Murder By Death / Robert Moore

Dora Charleston

1978

Death on the Nile / John Guillermin

Miss Bowers

1978

California Suite / Herbert Ross

Diana Barrie

1981

Quartet / James Ivory

Lois Heidler

1981

Clash of the Titans / Desmond Davis

Thetis

1982

Evil Under the Sun / Guy Hamilton

Daphne Castle

1982

Better Late Than Never / Bryan Forbes

Anderson

1983

The Missionary / Richard Loncraine

Lady Isobel Ames

1984

A Private Function/ Malcolm Mowbray

Joyce Chilvers

1986

A Room With a View / James Ivory

Charlotte Bartlett

1988

The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne / Jack Clayton

Judith Hearne

1991

Hook / Steven Spielberg

Wendy

1992

Sister Act / Emile Ardolino

Mother Superior

1993

The Secret Garden / Agnieszka Holland

Mrs Medlock

1993

Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit / Bill Duke

Mother Superior

1995

Richard III / Richard Loncraine

Duchess of York

1996

The First Wives Club / Hugh Wilson

Gunilla Garson Goldberg

1997

Washington Square / Agnieszka Holland

Aunt Lavinia Penniman

1999

Tea with Mussolini / Franco Zeffirelli

Lady Hester Random

1999

The Last September / Deborah Warner

Lady Myra

1999

Curtain Call / Peter Yates

Lily Marlowe

2001

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone / Chris Columbus

Professor Minerva McGonagall

2001

Gosford Park / Robert Altman

Constance Trentham

2002

Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood / Callie Khouri

Caro Eliza Bennett

2002

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets / Chris Columbus

Professor Minerva McGonagall

2004

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban / Alfonso Cuaron

Professor Minerva McGonagall

2004

Ladies in Lavender / Charles Dance

Janet Widdington

2005

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire / Mike Newell

Professor Minerva McGonagall



TV :
Movies Theatre



These are the TV plays/movies she's done so far. If you have any additions or comments, mail me at
Kayjay@TributeToTalent.com



Title (Author) (Year)
Network

Oxford Accents (unknown) (1954)
Role: unknown, directed by: Anthony Craxton

BBC TV

Boy Meets Girl (Bella and Sam Spewack) (1957)
Role: Susie, directed by: Silvio Narizzano

ITV (Independent Television Network)

The Widower (Cyril Campion) (1958)
Role: Juliet Denise, directed by: Wilfrid Eades

ITV

The Curious Savage (John Patrick) (1958)
Role: Fairy, directed by: Henry Kaplan

ITV

Sunday out of Season (Peter Draper) (1958)
Role: unknown, directed by: Peter Wood

ITV

A Phoenix too Frequent (Christopher Fry) (1959)
Rolle: Doto, directed by: unknown

ITV

For Services Rendered (Somerset Maugham) (1959)
Role: Lois, directed by: Henry Kaplan

ITV

Guardian Angel (Guy Bolton) (1960)
Role: Anna Carnot, directed by: Jack Dixon

ITV

Hay Fever (Coward) (1960)
Role: Jackie Coryton, directed by: Casper Wrede

ITV

Penelope (Somerset Maugham) (1960)
Role:Penelope, directed by: Mario Prizek

ITV

The Savages (Peter Draper) (1961)
Role: Rose, directed by: Peter Potter

ITV

Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare) (1967)
Role: Beatrice, directed by: Alan Cooke

BBC TV

Home and Beauty (Somerset Maugham) (1967)
Role: Victoria, directed by: Christopher Hodson

ITV

On Approval (Lonsdale) (1968)
Role: Mrs Wislack, directed by: Peter Moffatt

ITV

Man and Superman (George Bernard Shaw) (1968)
Role: Ann Whitefield, directed by: James MacTaggart

BBC TV

The Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare) (1972)
Role: Portia, directed by: Cedric Messina

BBC TV

The Millionairess (Shaw) (1972)
Role: Epifania Fitzfassen, directed by: William Slater

BBC TV

Mrs Silly (Bob Larbey) (1983)
Role: Florence Barlow, directed by: James Cellan Jones

ITV

Lily in Love (Frank Cucci) (1984)
Role: Lily Wynn, directed by: Karoly Makk

BBC TV

Bed Among the Lentils (Alan Bennett) (1988)
Role: Susan, directed by: Alan Bennett

BBC TV

Memento Mori (Muriel Spark) (1992)
Role: Mrs Pettigrew, directed by: Jack Clayton

BBC TV

Suddenly Last Summer (Tennessee Williams) (1993)
Role: Mrs Venable, directed by: Richard Eyre

BBC TV

All the King's Men (Nigel McCrery) (1999)
Role: Queen Alexandra, directed by: Julian Jarrold

BBC TV

David Copperfield (Charles Dickens) (1999)
Role: Mrs Venable, directed by: Simon Curtis

BBC TV

My House in Umbria (William Trevor) (2003)
Role: Mrs Emily Delahunty, directed by: Richard Loncraine

HBO




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