Alison STEADMAN

Biography

Gender Female
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Birthdate 1946-08-26
Education Childwall Valley HS for Girls, East 15 Acting Sch
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Style Ms Alison Steadman, OBE
Career actress; patron: Haringey Phoenix Gp (people with visual impairment), Friends of Carers (Nat Carers Assoc); Hon MA Univ of E London, Hon DUniv Essex 2003, Hon DLitt Univ of Liverpool 2006; >ir< credits incl: The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (Theatre Royal, Lincoln), Soft for a Girl, The Fish in the Sea, The Foursome (all Everyman, Liverpool), Othello, Travesties (both Nottingham Playhouse), The Sea Achor (Upstairs, Royal Court), The King (Shaw Theatre), Wholesome Glory (Upstairs, Royal Court), The Pope's Wedding (Exeter/Bush Theatre), Abigail's Party (Hampstead), Joking Apart (Globe), Uncle Vanya (Hampstead), Cinderella and Her Naughty Sisters, A Handful of Dust (both Lyric, Hammersmith), Tartuffe (RSC/Pit), Maydays (RSC/Barbican), Kafka's Dick (Royal Court), Cat on A Hot Tin Roof (RNT), The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (RNT and Aldwych), Marvin's Room (Hampstead and Comedy Theatre), When We Are Married (Chichester and Savoy Theatre), The Provok'd Wife (Old Vic), The Memory of Water (Vaudeville Theatre), Entertaining Mr Sloane (Arts Theatre and tour), Horse and Carriage (W Yorks Playhouse), The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband (New Ambassadors Theatre), Losing Louis (Whitehall Theatre, Hampstead Theatre and Trafalgar Studios), Enjoy (Gielgud Theatre), Blithe Spirit (Apollo Theatre), Here (Rose Theatre Kingston); >ir< BBC credits incl: Girl, Hard Labour, He's Gone, Nuts in May, Flesh and Blood, Esther Waters, Through the Night, Pasmore, Abigail's Party, Nature in Focus, The Singing Detective, Virtuoso, Newshound, Pride and Prejudice, No Bananas, A Small Morning, The Cappuccino Years, Dalziel and Pascoe, Let Them Eat Cake, The Worst Week of My Life, Gavin and Stacey, Civil Arrangement; other credits incl: The Caucasian Chalk Circle (Thames), Coming Through (Central), The Finding (Thames), Monster Maker (Henson Organisation), Selling Hitler (Euston), Gone to Seed (Central), Without Walls: Degas and Pissaro Fall Out (Channel Four), Wimbledon Poisoner (BBC/ABTV), Six Sides of Coogan - The Curator (Pozzitive Television), Rory Bremnar Who Else (Vera Prodns), The Missing Postman (BBC Scotland), Fat Friends (Yorkshire TV), Fat Friends (Series 2, 3 and 4, Yorkshire TV), Celeb (Tiger Aspect), Gone to the Dogs (Central), Who Gets the Dog (ITV), Miss Marple, Fanny Hill, Come Rain, Come Shine (ITV), King of the Teds (Sky Arts), A Civil Arrangement (BBC4), The Autograph (Sky Arts), The Syndicate (BBC), Love and Marriage (ITV); >ir< Gloomsbury (series 1 and 2); >ir< Champions, P'Tang Yang Kipperbang, Number One, A Private Function, Clockwise, The Short & Curlies, Stormy Monday, The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, Shirley Valentine, Wilt, Life is Sweet, Blame it on the Bellboy, Topsy Turvy, Happy Now, Chunky Monkey, The Life and Death of Peter Sellers, Confetti; >ir< DIY Hard; >ir< Tale of Two Cities (BBC Radio 4); >ir< Evening Standard Best Actress Award 1979, Olivier Award for Best Actress 1993
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