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Staunton, Imelda Biography




biography of Staunton, Imelda

Imelda Mary Philomena Bernadette Staunton
9 January 1956, London, England, UK
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-   'Jim Carter (I)' (qv) (October 1983 - present); 1 child


-   An only child, she attended La Sainte Union Convent, a convent school in the north of London.

-   She was awarded the 'Laurence Olivier' (qv) Theatre Award in 1986 (1985 season) for Best Performance in a Supporting a Role for "A Chorus of Disapproval" and "The Corn is Green".

-   She was awarded the 'Laurence Olivier' (qv) Theatre Award in 1991 (1990 season) for Best Actress in a Musical for "Into the Woods".

-   She was nominated for a 1997 'Laurence Olivier' (qv) Theatre Awards for Best Actress in a Musical of the 1996 season for her performance in "Guys and Dolls".

-   She was awarded the 1985 London Critics Circle Theatre Award (Drama Theatre Award) for Best Supporting Actress for her performances in A Chorus of Disapproval and The Corn is Green.

-   Became an Associate Member of RADA.

-   Graduated from RADA.

-   She won the "Coppa Volpi" award for her performance in _Vera Drake (2004)_ (qv) at the 2004 Venice Film Festvial. The movie "Vera Drake" also won the "Gold Lion" award for the best movie at the same event.

-   She said that her idols are 'Bette Davis' (qv), 'Vivien Leigh' (qv), and 'Maya Angelou' (qv).

-   Daughter, 'Bessie Carter' (qv), born in November 1993.

-   Her talent agent is the mother of 'Freddie Highmore' (qv).

-   One of 112 invitees to join AMPAS in 2005.

-   She was awarded the O.B.E. (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2006 New Year's Honours List for her services to drama.

-   Turned down a recurring role in _"Desperate Housewives" (2004)_ (qv).

-   Offered a role in _Bewitched (2005)_ (qv).

-   At 14, she played Polly Peachum in a school production of the musical "The Beggar's Opera".

-   Has a beautiful singing voice, heard in the film _Peter's Friends (1992)_ (qv).

-   Played an educational bureaucrat in two films in 2007: _Freedom Writers (2007)_ (qv) and _Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007)_ (qv).

-   Appears with her husband 'Jim Carter (I)' (qv) in _"Cranford" (2007)_ (qv).


-   Played "Dorothy Gale" in the 1987 premiere production of the RSC's "Wizard of Oz". The play was written by John Kane and based on both the original 1900 book by Frank Baum and the 1939 MGM Film. The show was revived the following year with Gillian Beven in the role of "Dorothy". Staunton's other RSC credits include Thomas Heywood's "The Fiar Made of the West" (1986) and "They Shoot Horses Don't They?" (1987).

-   Plaued Paulette in "Us Good Girls" by Victoria Hardie - Soho Poly Theatre, London (1984).

-   Played Janet in "It's A Mad World My Masters" - Theatre Royal, Stratford East, London (1984).

-   Played Kate in Goldsmith's "She Stoops To Conquer" - UK tour.

-   Appeared in the musical "Grease" - Theatre Royal, York.

-   Appeared in "Hay Fever" by 'Noel Coward' (qv) - Watermill Theatre, Newbury.

-   Played Lucky in "Waiting for Godot" by 'Samuel Beckett' (qv) - Birmingham Rep (1976).

-   Played Margaret in "There Came A Gypsy Riding", a new play by 'Frank McGuinness' (qv) - Almeida Theatre, London (2007).

-   Played Nora in "Calico", a new play by 'Michael Hastings (II)' (qv) - Duke Of York's Theatre, London (2004).

-   Her credits at Leeds Playhouse include: "The Gingerbread Man" and Shakespeare's "Henry V".

-   Played Luba in "The Lady And The Clarinet" - Edinburgh Festival/ King's Head Theatre, London (1994).

-   Her credits at Nottingham Playhouse include: the title role in "Piaf" by 'Pam Gems' (qv), Mabel in "Mack and Mabel", Shaw's "Mrs Warren's Profession" and "A Little Night Music".

-   Her credits at Exeter's Northcott Theatre include: "Travesties", "A Man For All Seasons", "Elektra", "Dear Daddy", "Cinderella", "'Tis Pity She's A Whore", "Macbeth", "Cabaret" and "As You Like It" (all 1978), "The Beggar's Opera", the title role in "Saint Joan", "Side By Side By Sondheim" and "Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" (all 1979).

-   Her credits at London's Hampstead Theatre include: Cassie in "Bold Girls", a new play by 'Rona Munro' (qv) (1991) and Bonfila in "Slavs!", a new play by 'Tony Kushner' (qv) (1994).

-   Played the baker's wife in the UK premiere of the musical "Into The Woods" - Phoenix Theatre, London (1990).

-   Played Sonya in Chekhov's "Uncle Vanya" - Vaudeville Theatre, London (1988).

-   Played Bessie in "The Corn Is Green" - Old Vic Theatre, London (1985).

-   Played Mrs Swabb in "Habeas Corpus" by 'Alan Bennett (I)' (qv) - Donmar Warehouse, London (1997).

-   Her National Theatre credits include: "Guys and Dolls", Anna in "Schweyk In The Second World War", Lucy Lockit in "The Beggar's Opera" (all 1982), Hannah in "A Chorus of Dissaproval" (1985), Miss Adelaide in "Guys and Dolls" (1996), and Ines in the UK premiere of "Life x 3" by 'Yasmina Reza' (qv) (2000-1, also West End).

-   (1988) She acted in Michael Frayn's translation of Anton Chekhov's play, "Uncle Vanya," at the Vaudeville Theatre in London, England with Michael Gambon, Jonathan Price, Greta Scacchi, and Rachel Kempson in the cast. Michael Blakemore was director.

-   (January 29- April 11, 2009)- Played Kath in the revival of "Entertaining Mr. Sloane" at West End's Trafalgar Studios, London, UK.

-   (July 1982-September 1982) She acted in the British National Theatre Season Repertoire at the Cottesloe, Lyttelton, and Olivier Theatre in London, England in Georg Buchner's play, "Danton's Death;" Moliere's play, "Don Juan;" Frank Loesser's musical, "Guys and Dolls;" Anton Chekhov's play, "Uncle Vanya;" Arthur Wing Pinero's play, "The Second Mrs. Tanqueray;" Tom Stoppard and Johann Nestroy's play, "On The Razzle;" John Gay's play, "The Beggar's Opera;" Heinrich Von Kleist's play, "The Prince of Homberg;" Alan Ayckbourn's play, "Way Upstream;" Bertolt Brecht's plays, "The Caucasian Chalk Circle," and "Schweyk In the Second World War;" Miguel De Cervantas's play, "Don Quixote;" Oscar Wilde's play, "The Importance of Being Earnest;" and Thomas Kyd's play, "The Spanish Tragedy:" with Michael Bryant, Ian Charleson, Julie Covington, Brian Cox, Judi Dench, J.G. Devlin, Edna Dore, Lindsay Duncan, Susan Fleetwood, Brian Glover, Nigel Havers, Tony Haygarth, Anthony Head, Greg Hicks, Bob Hoskins, Harold Innocent, Martin Jarvis, Paul Jones, Felicity Kendal, Dinsdale Landen, Patti Love, Cherie Lunghi, Alfred Lynch, Anna Massey, Julia McKenzie, John Normington, Bill Paterson, Paul Rogers, Paul Scofield, Nicholas Selby, Jack Shepherd, Zoe Wanamaker, June Watson, and Janet Whiteside in the cast.

-   (November 1982) She acted in Bertolt Brecht and Eisler's play, "Schweyk In the Second World War," in a British National Theatre production at the Olivier Theatre in London, England with Bill Paterson, Julia McKenzie, Brian Glover, Belinda Sinclair, James Carter, and Ian Bartholomew in the cast. Richard Eyre was director.

-   (1982) She acted in John Gay's play, "The Beggar's Opera," in a British National Theatre production at the Cottesloe Theatre in London, England with Paul Jones, Belinda Sinclair, June Watson, and David Ryall in the cast. Richard Eyre was director.

-   (February 1983 to March 1983; July 1983 to September 1983) She acted in the British National Theatre Season Repertoire at the Cottesloe, Lyttelton, and Olivier Theatres in London, England in Frank Leosser's musical, "Guys and Dolls;" John Gay's play, "The Beggar's Opera;" Alan Ayckbourn's play, "Way Upstream;" Bertolt Brecht and Eisler's play, "Schweyk In the Second World War;" Oscar Wilde's play, "The Importance of Being Earnest;" Thomas Kyd's play, "The Spanish Tragedy;" David Hare's play, "A Map Of the World;" George Bernard Shaw's play, "Major Barbara;" Peter Gill's plays, "A Kick for Touch," and "Small Change;" William Shakespeare's play, "A Midsummer's Night Dream;" Harold Pinter's play, "Other Places;" Alfred Du Musset's play, "Lorenzaccio;" Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play, "The Rivals;" Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's play, "You Can't Take It With You;" Jean Giradoux's play, "The Trojan War Will Not Take Place;" John Marston and David A. Blostein's play, "The Fawn;" plays, "One Woman Plays;" Christopher Hampton's play, "Tales from Hollywood;" and David Mamet's play, "Glengarry Glen Ross;" with Clive Arrindell, Norman Beaton, Michael Bryant, Yvonne Bryceland, Kenneth Cranham, Annette Crosbie, Edward De Souza, Judi Dench, J.G. Devlin, Jane Downs, Susan Fleetwood, Barry Foster, Michael Gambon, Brian Glover, Stefan Gryff, Nigel Havers, Patricia Hayes, Tony Haygarth, James Hazeldine, Greg Hicks, Ronald Hines, Michael Hordern, Martin Jarvis, Karl Johnson, Paul Jones, Jane Lapotaire, James Laurenson, Patti Love, Brewster Mason, Anna Massey, Geraldine McEwan, Julia McKenzie, Bill Nighy, John Normington, Nicola Pagett, Bill Paterson, Trevor Peacock, Edward Petherbridge, Sian Philips, Diana Quick, Ralph Richardson, Paul Rogers, Patrick Ryecart, Paul Scofield, Roshan Seth, Fiona Shaw, Jack Shepherd, Belinda Sinclair, Maggie Steed, Zoe Wanamaker June Watson, Billie Whitelaw, Penelope Wilton, and David Yelland in the cast.

-   (1986) She acted in Alan Ayckbourn's play, "A Chorus of Disapproval," in a British National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre and Olivier Theatre in London, England with Bob Peck, Micheal Gambon, and Gemma Craven in the cast. Alan Ayckbourn was also director.

-   (December 1985-January 1986) She acted in the British National Theatre Repertoire Season at the Cottesloe, Lyttelton, and Olivier Theatre in London, England in Peter Shaffer's play, "Yonadab;" Tom Stoppard's play, "The Real Inspector Hound;" Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play, "The Critic;" Alan Ayckbourn's play, "A Chorus of Disapproval;" Howard Brenton and David Hare's play, "Pravda;" William Congreve's play, "Love for Love;" George Bernard Shaw's play, "Mrs. Warren's Profession;" Richard Peaslee's play, "Animal Farm;" John Webster's play, "The Duchess of Malfi;" Anton Chekhov's play, "The Cherry Orchard;" Athol Fugard's play, "The Road to Mecca;" and William Shakespeare's play, "Hamlet;" with Robin Bailey, Ian Bartholomew, Alan Bates, Eleanor Bron, Michael Bryant, Yvonne Bryceland, Selina Cadell, Charlotte Cornwell, Gemma Craven, Michael Gambon, Sheila Hancock, Greg Hicks, Anthony Hopkins, Kelly Hunter, Jonathan Hyde, Sara Kestelman, Roy Kinnear, Leigh Lawson, Nigel Le Vaillant, Hugh Lloyd, Tim McInnery, Ian McKellen, Stephen Moore, Claire Moore, Wendy Morgan, Bill Nighy, Bob Peck, Edward Petherbridge, Joan Plowright, Amanda Redman, Moira Redmond, and Jane Wenham in the cast.

-   (January-February 1986, June 1986, October-December 1986) She acted in the British National Theatre Repertoire Season at the Cottesloe Theatre, Lyttelton Theatre, and Olivier Theatre in London, England in Peter Shaffer's play, "Yonadab;" Tom Stoppard's plays, "The Real Inspector Hound," and "Dalliance;" Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play, "The Critic;" Alan Ayckbourn's plays, "A Chorus of Disapproval," and "Tons of Money;" Howard Brenton's play, "Pravda;" Neil Simon's play, "Brighton Beach Memoirs;" William Congreve's play, "Love for Love;" George Bernard Shaw's play, "Mrs Warren's Profession;" John Webster's play, "The Duchess of Malfi,;" Charlotte Chandler's play, "Not About Heroes;" William Shakespeare's plays, "Hamlet," and "King Lear;" Athol Fugard's play, "The Road to Mecca;" Anton Chekhov's play, "The Cherry Orchard;" Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill's play, "The Threepenny Opera;" Sarah Daniels's play, "Neaptide;" play, "Futurists;" David Wood's play, "The Pied Piper;" Richard Peaslee's play, "Animal Farm;" Franz Werfel's play, "Jacobowsky and The Colonel;" Arthur Wing Pinero's play, "The Magistrate;" David Hare's play, "The Bay At Nice;" Arthur Miller's play, "The American Clock;" Stephen Poliakoff's play, "Coming In To Land;" and Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz's play, "The Mother;" with Robin Bailey, Desmond Barrit, Alan Bates, Suzanne Bertish, Brenda Blethyn, Eleanor Bron, Michael Bryant, Yvonne Bryceland, Selina Cadell, Simon Cadell, David Calder, Charlotte Cornwell, Gemma Craven, Tim Curry, Daniel Day Lewis, Frances De La Tour, Sally Dexter, Russell Dixon, Simon Dutton, Julian Fellowes, Alison Fiske, Michael Gambon, Robert Glenister, Sheila Hancock, Nigel Hawthorne, Anthony Head, Greg Hicks, Clare Higgins, Anthony Hopkins, Kelly Hunter, Geoffrey Hutchings, Jonathan Hyde, Barry Ingham, Sara Kestelman, Roy Kinnear, Leigh Lawson, Nicholas Le Prevost, Nigel Le Vaillant, Hugh Lloyd, Stephen Mackintosh, Anna Massey, Tim McInnery, Ian McKellen, Claire Moore, Stephen Moore, Wendy Morgan, Bill Nighy, Bob Peck, Edward Petherbridge, Joan Plowright, Amanda Redman, Moira Redmond, Jack Shepherd, Michael Simkins, Maggie Smith, Patrick Stewart, Ken Stott, Zoe Wanamaker, Marcia Warren, Jane Wenham, and Irene Worth in the cast.


-   I go up for a job, someone else gets it, what can I do about that? That might be in another league to me, people being competitive. But it's not like running a race. I'm not against anyone. I think that's a much more American thing, that.

-   We're all unique as actors. To yourself, you are unique, you have to think 'I'm me, I'm not going to bunch myself with other people.' Agents and producers have to get you into a box, to accommodate their limited imaginations.

-   He's the nicest ... because he works so hard, and I think he expects other people to work hard. And in my book, that's enough. We don't roll into rehearsal at 10.30 and have coffee. We start at 8am, we finish at 8 o'clock at night. I mean, you don't want to dither around him. And I think that's fine. I think he's entitled to say what he wants and what he doesn't want. He knows a lot about it. He doesn't have to be nice if he doesn't want to, just to be charming. [on working with 'Mike Leigh (I)' (qv) in _Vera Drake (2004)_ (qv)]

-   Well, my parents were working people. You just worked. I've always wanted a long career, not an instant one. I left Rada, I worked in rep for six years, then I came to London and came to the National Theatre. What's better than that? I don't know what's better than that. 'Oh, but surely you wanted to be a big film star when you were 21?' No, because I would've been rubbish. Because I spent a lot of time in rep being OK, being very bad, and then being quite good. And I could practice my craft. You know, being exposed that early, to be brilliant in your first job, where do you go from there? It's given me time, which is a luxury.

-   I'm not 'Susan Sarandon' (qv). I don't want to bang a drum. I think I'm just going to say 'I'm pro-choice' and leave it at that. [on her view about abortion, something she's been asked a lot after her role in _Vera Drake (2004)_ (qv)]

-   I am a character actress, well, let's say, I am a leading character actress who does interesting, odd parts.

-   You know you can be very famous without being a great actress, and that's not good for me.

-   I reached the point now, where I have become as comfortable on a movie set as I am on stage. Before, I was trying to figure it out, how much should I emote, where should I stand? But now I know more about the camera, and what goes into the mix, technically. I'm much more comfortable doing film now.

-   "It's obscene, isn't it? Just ridiculous. We don't need any of these things! Give it to people who need it. I'll never have to buy moisturizer again. I might start eating it soon." - what she thinks about celebrities getting free gifts at award shows.

-   All my heroes-Tim Spall, Lesley Manville-are just so brilliant. And I thought, well, I'm not in that league.

-   As Vera Drake, I feel Mike has used all of me as a dramatic actress, in a positive sense.

-   After the creation and the filming are over. As you well know, we don't have a script when we're shooting. But after the film, the screenplay gets published and you can read the whole thing

-   Agents and producers have to get you into a box to accommodate their limited imaginations.

-   You don't have a script, so we prepared that film for six months and then filmed it for three and a bit months. Nothing is improvised on film but for me I created with Mike ('Mike Leigh (I)' (qv)) that woman literally from the day she was born, so I know everything about her life. And of course we can't do it in every job because there is not the time, because most films you literally get the script, you learn it immediately and you turn up and you just do it. Which, with a lot of the work I do, that's plenty of preparation. But for something like that - and I'd never worked with him before - and it was a real eye-opener. And to have that happen to me in a time when - I hope - was the middle of my career, it was like going back to drama school and starting all over again. (On _Vera Drake (2004)_ (qv))

-   [on her role of Hitchcock's wife Alma] Alma was very tolerant. She mothered Hitchcock, because he was like a bloody child. He was a bloody idiot with Tippi. People should have told him, 'Just make the bloody film and go home.'

-   [on 'Alfred Hitchcock (I)' (qv)] But he was delusional. People say he was vulnerable - oh, for goodness sake, don't be mealy-mouthed about it! He just needed to grow up - that may sound unkind, but it's realistic. There again, if he had grown up, he wouldn't have been such a brilliant filmmaker. All his many flaws made him the great director he was.

-   We actors are like children - all you have to do is feed and encourage us, and we'll be fine. That controlling animus has gone. No director treats us badly anymore. In fact, they should put that in the end credits of The Girl: 'No actor has been harmed in the making of this movie.'


-   (February 2006) Has just begun filming her role as "Dolores Jane Umbridge" in _Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007)_ (qv).


-   "The Sunday Telegraph" (UK), 15 July 2007, by: Tim Auld, "The prime of Miss Imelda Staunton"

-   "T2 (Times supplement)" (UK), 23 February 2004, pg. 15, by: Benedict Nightingale, "Big time with Beckett"

-   "Radio Times" (UK), 14-20 May 1994, pg. 122, by: David Gillard, "My kind of day"


-   "Reader's Digest" (UK), October 2009, pg. 60 - 63, by: Martyn Palmer, "Next Stop Woodstock"

-   "Chicago Tribune" (USA), 11 July 2007, by: Mark Salisbury, "How Did Nice Imelda Staunton Become Toadlike Umbridge"

-   "The Daily Telegraph" (UK), 14 December 2004, "Imelda takes the accolades in her stride"

-   "The Daily Telegraph" (UK), 14 December 2004, by: Anonymous, "Imelda takes the accolades in her stride"

-   "Times, The" (UK), 20 October 2004, by: Dalya Alberge, "British film backers must take greater risks, says star"

-   "Radio Times" (UK), 14 July 1990, Vol. 265, Iss. 3474, pg. 3, "Imelda's dummy run"

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  19. "The Story of Musicals" (2012) {(#1.1)}
  20. "The Story of Musicals" (2012) {(#1.2)}
  21. "The Story of Musicals" (2012) {(#1.3)}
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  25. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The Girl Who Waited (#6.10)}
  26. "Psychoville" (2009) {Andrews Nanotech (#2.6)}
  27. "Psychoville" (2009) {Dinner Party (#2.2)}
  28. "Psychoville" (2009) {Hancock (#2.3)}
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  30. "Psychoville" (2009) {Survivors (#2.1)}
  31. "Psychoville" (2009) {The Hunt (#2.5)}
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  34. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (2010)
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  36. White Other (2010)
  37. "Breakfast" (2000) {(2010-03-16)}
  38. "Breakfast" (2000) {(2010-11-12)}
  39. "Psychoville" (2009) {Halloween Special (#2.0)}
  40. "The Michael Ball Show" (2010) {(2010-09-16)}
  41. "The Natural World" (1983) {Butterflies: A Very British Obsession (#30.8)}
  42. Lanterna Magicka: Bill Douglas and the Secret History of Cinema (2009)
  43. Peace, Love and Cinema (2009)
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  48. "Cranford" (2007) {Return to Cranford: Part 1 (#2.1)}
  49. "Mark Lawson Talks to..." (2003) {Imelda Staunton}
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  54. Three and Out (2008)
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  96. "ShakespeaRe-Told" (2005) {A Midsummer Night's Dream (#1.4)}
  97. "Sunday Morning Shootout" (2003) {(#2.19)}
  98. "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" (2005) {(#1.26)}
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  145. Don't Leave Me This Way (1993) (TV)
  146. Much Ado About Nothing (1993)
  147. "If You See God, Tell Him" (1993) {(#1.1)}
  148. "If You See God, Tell Him" (1993) {(#1.2)}
  149. "If You See God, Tell Him" (1993) {(#1.3)}
  150. "If You See God, Tell Him" (1993) {(#1.4)}
  151. "Up the Garden Path" (1990) {(#3.1)}
  152. "Up the Garden Path" (1990) {(#3.2)}
  153. "Up the Garden Path" (1990) {(#3.3)}
  154. "Up the Garden Path" (1990) {(#3.4)}
  155. "Up the Garden Path" (1990) {(#3.5)}
  156. "Up the Garden Path" (1990) {(#3.6)}
  157. A Masculine Ending (1992) (TV)
  158. Peter's Friends (1992)
  159. "Performance" (1992) {Roots (#2.3)}
  160. "Up the Garden Path" (1990) {(#2.1)}
  161. "Up the Garden Path" (1990) {(#2.2)}
  162. "Up the Garden Path" (1990) {(#2.3)}
  163. "Up the Garden Path" (1990) {(#2.4)}
  164. "Up the Garden Path" (1990) {(#2.5)}
  165. "Up the Garden Path" (1990) {(#2.6)}
  166. "Screen Two" (1985) {They Never Slept (#7.12)}
  167. "Screenplay" (1986) {Antonia and Jane (#5.2)}
  168. "Screenplay" (1986) {The Englishman's Wife (#5.4)}
  169. "The Play on One" (1988) {Yellowbacks}
  170. "Up the Garden Path" (1990) {(#1.1)}
  171. "Up the Garden Path" (1990) {(#1.2)}
  172. "Up the Garden Path" (1990) {(#1.3)}
  173. "Up the Garden Path" (1990) {(#1.4)}
  174. "Up the Garden Path" (1990) {(#1.5)}
  175. "Up the Garden Path" (1990) {(#1.6)}
  176. The Heat of the Day (1989) (TV)
  177. "Ruth Rendell Mysteries" (1987) {A Sleeping Life: Part One (#3.4)}
  178. "Ruth Rendell Mysteries" (1987) {A Sleeping Life: Part Three (#3.6)}
  179. "Ruth Rendell Mysteries" (1987) {A Sleeping Life: Part Two (#3.5)}
  180. "Thompson" (1988) {(#1.1)}
  181. "Thompson" (1988) {(#1.2)}
  182. "Thompson" (1988) {(#1.3)}
  183. "Thompson" (1988) {(#1.4)}
  184. "Thompson" (1988) {(#1.5)}
  185. "Thompson" (1988) {(#1.6)}
  186. Comrades (1986)
  187. "Ladies in Charge" (1986) {Double Act (#1.3)}
  188. "The Singing Detective" (1986) {Heat (#1.2)}
  189. "The Singing Detective" (1986) {Lovely Days (#1.3)}
  190. "The Singing Detective" (1986) {Pitter Patter (#1.5)}
  191. "The Singing Detective" (1986) {Skin (#1.1)}
  192. "The Singing Detective" (1986) {Who Done It (#1.6)}
  193. "BBC2 Playhouse" (1974) {Easy Money (#8.25)}

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