Maureen Diane LIPMAN

Biography

Gender Female
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Birthdate 1946-05-10
Education LAMDA
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Style Ms Maureen Lipman, CBE
Career actress; columnist: She Magazine (PPA Columnist of the Year Award 1991), Good Housekeeping 1991-96; Hon DLitt Univ of Hull 1994, Hon MA Univ of Salford 1995; >ir< 3 years NT incl Kathleen in A Long Day's Journey into Night; other credits incl: The Knack (Palace Theatre Watford), Molly in The Front Page (Old Vic), Miss Richland in The Good Natured Man, Celia in As You Like It (RSC); West End incl: Outside Edge, Messiah (both SWET Award nomination for Best Actress), Chapter Two (Lyric Hammersmith), The Meg and Mog Show (Arts Theatre), Kitty McShane in On Your Way Riley (Theatre Royal), lead role in Night and Day (Greenwich), See How They Run (Olivier Award for Best Comedy Performance and Variety Club Award), musical debut Ruth in Wonderful Town (Queen's Theatre, Variety Club Award and Olivier Award nomination), devised and appeared in one-woman show Re: Joyce (life of Joyce Grenfell, three seasons, West End and Long Wharf Theatre Connecticut) 1988-91, The Cabinet Minister (Albery) 1991, Lost in Yonkers (Strand Theatre) 1992, The Sisters Rosensweig (Old Vic) 1994; Mrs Malaprop in The Rivals (Manchester Royal Exchange), Live and Kidding (solo performance, Chichester, Leeds, tour and Duchess Theatre London, also on video), Oklahoma! (RNT 1998, Lyceum Theatre 1999), Peggy Ramsay in Peggy for You (Hampstead Theatre Club 1999 and The Comedy Theatre and tour 2000), Nina in Sitting Pretty (by Amy Rosenthal, Hypothetical Theatre NY and English tour) 2001, Mrs Meers in Thoroughly Modern Millie (Shaftesbury Theatre) 2003-04 (Olivier Award nomination for Best Actress in a Musical), Dim Sum in Aladdin (Old Vic) 2004, Martha in Martha, Josie and the Chinese Elvis (tour) 2007; >ir< incl: The Evacuees, Jane Lucas in Agony (BAFTA Award nomination for Best Comedy Performance), Smiley's People, The Evacuees, The Knowledge, Rolling Home, Maggie in Outside Edge (both BAFTA Award nomination for Best Actress), The Princess of France in Love's Labour's Lost, Absent Friends, Shift Work, lead in All At No 20 (Thames, TV Times Best Comedy Actress Award), Miss Minchin in The Little Princess (2 series, LWT), About Face (2 series, Central) 1989 and 1990, Enid Blyton in Sunny Stories (BBC2, Bookmark), Agony Again 1995, Shani in Eskimo Day 1996, Cold Enough for Snow 1997, Coronation Street 2002, Jonathan Creek 2002, The Fugitives 2005, In Search of Style (presenter), Art Deco, Sensitive Skin (Channel 4), The Wire in Dr Who (BBC) 2006; numerous guest appearances incl Have I Got News for You (BBC) 1994; >ir< incl: Up the Junction (debut), Gumshoe, Educating Rita (BAFTA Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress), Water (with Michael Caine), Carry On Columbus 1992, Captan Jack 1997, Solomon & Gaenor 1998, The Discovery of Heaven 2001, The Pianist 2001; >ir< incl: When Housewives Had The Choice (2 series), The Lipman Test 1994, Choice Grenfell 1997
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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