Imogen Mary STUBBS

Biography

Gender Female
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Birthdate 1961-02-20
Education St Paul's Girls', Westminster, Exeter Coll Oxford (scholar, BA), RADA (Silver medallist, John Barton Award in Stagefighting)
Books & Publications
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Style Miss Imogen Stubbs
Career actress; numerous contrib book reviews and interviews (incl: The Times, The Observer, The Guardian, Daily Mail, Daily Express); >ir< incl: Cabaret (Ipswich) 1985, The Boyfriend (Ipswich) 1985, Two Noble Kinsmen, The Rover and Richard II (all RSC) 1986-87 (Critics' Award for Most Promising Newcomer, nominated Olivier Award for Best Newcomer), Othello (RSC) 1989, Heartbreak House (Yvonne Arnaud Guildford and Haymarket) 1992, St Joan (Strand), Uncle Vanya (Chichester and Albery), A Street Car Named Desire (Haymarket) 1997, Blast From the Past (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Closer (Lyric) 1998, Betrayal (RNT) 1999, The Relapse (RNT) 2001, Three Sisters (Theatre Royal Bath and Southampton) 2002, Mum's the Word (Albert Theatre) 2003; >ir< incl: Deadline (BBC) 1987, The Rainbow (BBC) 1988 (Best Actress in a Series Chicago Film Festival, nominated Best Actress Royal Variety Television Awards), Relatively Speaking (BBC) 1989, Anna Lee (ITV), After The Dance (BBC), Heartbreak House, Mothertime (BBC), Othello (BBC), Blind Ambition (ITV), Big Kids; >ir< incl: Private Lives, No Way Out, Il Cid, La Bête Humaine, When the Dead Awaken, As You Like It; >ir< incl: Nanou 1985, A Summer Story 1987 (Best Actress Evening Standard Film Awards), Erik The Viking 1988, Fellow Traveller 1989, True Colors 1990, Sandra C'est la Vie 1993, A Pin for the Butterfly 1994, Jack and Sarah 1995, Sense and Sensibility 1995, Twelfth Night 1996, Collusion 2003
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Debrett's notebooks

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