Juliet Anne Virginia STEVENSON

Biography

Gender Female
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1956-10-30
Education Hurst Lodge Sch, St Catherine's Sch Bramley, RADA (Gold Bancroft Medal)
Publications N/A
Recreations talking, walking, reading, piano, travelling, cinema, theatre, music
Clubs N/A
Style Juliet Stevenson, CBE
Career actress; currently assoc artist RSC; >ir< RSC 1978-86 incl: Madame de Tourvel in Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Rosalind in As You Like It, Cressida in Troilus and Cressida (nominated for Olivier Best Actress Award), Isabella in Measure for Measure (nominated for Best Actress Award, winner Drama Magazine Best Actress Award), Titania/Hippolyta in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Susan in The Witch of Edmonton, Clara Douglas in Money, Lady Percy in Henry IV Parts I and II, Miss Chasen in Once in a Lifetime, Yeliena in The White Guard, Aphrodite/Artemis in Hippolytus, Octavia/Iras in Antony and Cleopatra, Caroline Thompson in The Churchill Play; other credits incl: Emma/Betsy in Other Worlds (Royal Court) 1982, Paulina in Death and the Maiden (Royal Court and Duke of York's, Best Actress Time Out Awards and Olivier Awards 1992), Anna in Burn This (Hampstead/Lyric), Fanny in On the Verge (Sadler's Wells), title role in Yerma (NT) 1987 (nominated for Olivier Best Actress Award), Hedda in Hedda Gabler (NT) 1989, Galactia in Scenes from an Execution (Mark Taper Forum Los Angeles), The Duchess of Malfi (Wyndham's) 1995, The Caucasian Chalk Circle (RNT) 1997, Not I 1997, Footfalls 1997, Amanda in Private Lives (RNT) 1999, Corinne in The Country (Royal Court) 2000, A Little Night Music (NYC Opera) 2003, We Happy Few (Gielguld Theatre) 2004, The Alice Trilogy (Royal Court) 2005, The Seagull (RNT) 2006, Duet for One (Almeida Theatre and Vaudeville Theatre) 2009 (nominated Best Actress Evening Standard Award and Olivier Award), The Heretic (Royal Court) 2011; >ir< for BBC incl: Nora in A Dolls House, Claire in The March, Rape Victim in Omnibus - Rape, Lucy Sadler in Aimée, Ruth in Out of Love, Hilda Spencer in Stanley, Rosalind in Life Story (winner Ace Cable TV Network Award Best Supporting Actress), Antigone in Oedipus at Colonus, title role in Antigone, Elizabeth Von Reitburg in Freud, Fliss in Bazaar and Rummage, Joanna Langton in Maybury, Stone Scissors Paper, Ten Days to War 2008, Dustbin Baby 2008, The Hour 2011, White Heat 2012; other credits incl: Margaret in In The Border Country (Channel Four), Vicky in Living With Dinosaurs (Jim Henson Organisation, winner Emmy Award for Best Children's Film), Barbara Mallen in The Mallens (Granada), The Politician's Wife (Channel Four, The Broadcasting Press Guild Award for Best Actress 1996) 1995 (nominated Best Actress BAFTA Award), Mother in Cider with Rosie (Carlton) 1998, Trial By Fire (ITV) 1999, The Road from Coorain 2001, The Pact (Lifetime TV) 2002, Hear the Silence 2003, Ordeal by Innocence 2007, Place of Execution (ITV) 2008 (Best Actress Crime Thriller Award), Law and Order (ITV) 2009, Accused 2010, Ghost Story (Sky Arts) 2010, Lewis (ITV) 2011; >ir< incl: Nina in Truly Madly Deeply, Alice in Ladder of Swords, Cissie II in Drowning By Numbers, Fraulein Burstner in The Trial, Isobel in The Secret Rapture 1994, Mrs Elton in Emma 1996, Play (part of the Beckett on Film series) 2000, Bend It Like Beckham 2002, Food of Love 2002, Nicholas Nickleby 2002, Mona Lisa Smile 2003, Infamous 2005, Red Mercury Rising 2005, Pierrepoint 2005, Breaking and Entering 2006, When Did You Last See Your Father? 2007, The Secret of Moonacre 2008, A Previous Engagement 2008, Desert Flower 2010
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

FOLLOW US ON TWITTER

FOLLOW US ON TWITTER