Imelda Staunton

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Imelda Mary Philomena Bernadette Staunton,OBE(born(1956-01-09)9 January 1956) is a British actress of stage and screen. Staunton trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) and began her career in repertory theatre.Since joining the National Theatre in 1982, she has performed in many plays and musicals in the UK. Staunton has been nominated for a total of eight Laurence Olivier Awards , winning two for Best Actress in a Musical inInto the Woods(1991) and inSweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street(2011) and one for Best Supporting Performance in her work in bothA Chorus of Disapproval(1985) andThe Corn is Green(1985). Other London stage roles include Adelaide inGuys and Dolls(1982), Sonia inUncle Vanya(1988), Claire inA Delicate Balance(2011) and Rose inGypsy(2014).Staunton drew critical acclaim for the title role in the 2004 filmVera Drake, for which she won the BAFTA Award for Best Actress and the Volpi Cup for Best Actress at the Venice Film Festival and earned her an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress . Her other film roles include Nurse inShakespeare in Love(1998), Mrs. Blatherwick inNanny McPhee(2005), Dolores Jane Umbridge in two of theHarry Potter films(2007–10) and Hefina Headon inPride(2014). On television, she starred in the sitcomsUp the Garden Path(1990–93) andIs it Legal?(1995–98).

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 Imelda Staunton's Early life and education

Both of her parents were first-generation Catholic immigrants from County Mayo , Ireland, with her father coming from Ballyvary and her mother from Bohola .Staunton's mother was a musician who could not read music, but could master almost any tune by ear on the accordion or fiddle and had played in Irish showbands.

.Staunton studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art .

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 Imelda Staunton's Career

Theatreedit

She is also known for her performance as Dorothy inThe Wizard of Ozfor the Royal Shakespeare Company .She has had a long and distinguished career in the theatre, performing in such diverse plays asA Man for all Seasons,Mack & Mabel,Side by Side, andElektra.

Happy Birthday, Sir Larryon 31 May 1987 in the presence of Olivier.

the first in 1985 for roles in two productions:A Chorus of DisapprovalandThe Corn Is Green. Her second was for the 1991 musical,Into the Woods .She was nominated for her performance as Miss Adelaide in the 1996 revival ofGuys and Dollsat the National Theatre .More recently, she appeared in the premiere of Frank McGuinness 'sThere Came a Gypsy Ridingat the Almeida in 2007 and opened in 2009 in English Touring Theatre's production ofEntertaining Mr Sloanealongside Mathew Horne at the Trafalgar Studios .

, starring opposite singer Michael Ball , at the Chichester Festival . The show was well received, and it transferred to the Adelphi Theatre in London from March to September 2012.Staunton won the Olivier Award for 'Best Actress in a Musical' for this production.

at the Chichester Festival Theatre .

Filmedit

Staunton's first big-screen role came in a 1986 filmComrades. She then appeared in the 1992 filmPeter's Friends. Other film roles include performances inMuch Ado About Nothing(1993),Deadly Advice(1993),Sense and Sensibility(1995)Twelfth Night(1996),Chicken Run(2000),Another Life(2001),Bright Young Things(2003),Nanny McPhee(2005),Freedom Writers(2007) andHow About You(2007).

Staunton shared a Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Performance by a Cast in 1998 forShakespeare in Love .In 2004, she received the Best Actress honours at the European Film Awards , the BAFTAs , and the Venice Film Festival for her performance of the title role in Mike Leigh 'sVera Drake, which also won Best Picture. For the same role, she received Best Actress nominations for the 2004 Golden Globes and Academy Awards .

(2007), a performance described as "coming close to stealing the show."She was nominated in the "British Actress in a Supporting Role" category at the London Film Critics Circle Awards.Staunton reprised her role as Dolores Umbridge inHarry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part Onein 2010.

, in which she starred alongside Burt Reynolds , Derek Jacobi and Samantha Bond , and the character of Sonia Teichberg in Ang Lee 'sTaking Woodstock(2009). Staunton provided the voice of the Talking Flowers inTim Burton's Alice in Wonderland(2010), and played one of the lead roles in the ghost filmThe Awakeningin 2011.In 2014, she co-starred inMaleficentas well as the British comedy-dramaPride.

In late 2014, she had a voice role inPaddington, a film based on the Paddington Bear books by Michael Bond. Staunton and herHarry Potterco-star Michael Gambon voiced Paddington's Aunt Lucy and Uncle Pastuzo, respectively.

Televisionedit

In 1993, she appeared on television alongside Richard Briers and Adrian Edmondson inIf You See God, Tell Him. Staunton also played the wife of Detective Burakov in the 1995 HBO movie, "Citizen X," which recounted the pursuit and capture of Russian serial killer Andrei Chikatilo. She has had other television parts inThe Singing Detective(1986),Midsomer Murders, and the comedy drama seriesIs It Legal?(1995–98), as well asA Bit of Fry and Laurie. She was a voice artist onMole's Christmas(1994). She had a guest role playing Mrs. Mead inLittle Britainin 2005, and in 2007 played the free-thinking gossip, Miss Pole, inCranford, the five-part BBC series based on Mrs Gaskell's novels. In 2011, she played Grace Andrews in the second series ofPsychoville. In 2011, she was theVoice of the Interfacein the highly acclaimed and nominee for the Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation (Short Form) episode of Doctor Who - The Girl Who Waited

Radioedit

On radio, she has appeared in the title role of detective drama seriesJulie Enfield Investigates, as the lead, Izzy Comyn, in the comedyUp the Garden Path(which later moved to ITV with Staunton reprising the role), inDiary of a Provincial Lady(from 1999) andAcropolis Now.

She starred opposite Anna Massey in the post-World War II mystery seriesDaunt and Dervish, and opposite Patrick Barlow inThe Patrick and Maureen Maybe Music Experience. She played the role of a schoolboy as the lead character in the five part (15 minutes each): "The Skool Days of Nigel Molesworth" for BBC Radio 4.

Other workedit

Staunton has narratedThe Gruffalofor an unabridged audio book of Julia Donaldson's children's book. In 2014 she collaborated with her husband Jim Carter and Show of Hands onCentenary: Words and Music of the Great War, an album of songs and poetry from and inspired by World War One .

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 Imelda Staunton's Personal life

at the National Theatre.They have a daughter, Bessie, born in 1993. In 2007, the couple, together with Bessie, appeared in the BBC seriesCranford(Carter was Captain Brown and Bessie a maid).

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 Imelda Staunton's Theatre work

Repertory theatre :

  • Waiting for Godot(Lucky, 1976), Birmingham Rep
  • Hay Fever, Watermill, Newbury
  • Grease, York Theatre Royal
  • Henry V, Leeds Playhouse
  • The Gingerbread Man, Leeds Playhouse

Two seasons at the Northcott Theatre , Exeter :

  • Travesties(1978) Northcott Exeter
  • A Man for All Seasons(1978) Northcott Exeter
  • Elektra(Elektra, 1978) Northcott Exeter
  • Dear Daddy(1978) Northcott Exeter
  • Cinderella(1978) Northcott Exeter
  • 'Tis Pity She's a Whore(1978) Northcott Exeter:
  • Macbeth(1978) Northcott Exeter
  • Cabaret(1978) Northcott Exeter
  • As You Like It(1978) Northcott Exeter
  • Saint Joan(Saint Joan, 1979) Northcott Exeter
  • The Beggar's Opera(1979) Northcott Exeter
  • Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat(1979) Northcott Exeter
  • Side by Side by Sondheim(1979) Northcott Exeter

Two seasons at the Nottingham Playhouse (1980–81?):

  • Pam Gems 'Piaf(Piaf) Nottingham Playhouse
  • Mack and Mabel(Mabel) Nottingham Playhouse
  • Mrs Warren's Profession, Nottingham Playhouse
  • A Little Night Music, Nottingham Playhouse

Touring (1981–82?):

  • She Stoops to Conquer(Kate Hardcastle) Oxford Stage Company UK tour

Theatre roles in London:

  • Guys and Dolls(Mimi, Hotbox Girl, 1982), Royal National Theatre Olivier
  • The Beggar's Opera(Lucy Lockit, 1982), Royal National Theatre Cottesloe
  • Schweyk in the Second World War(Anna, 1982) National Olivier
  • Guys and Dolls(Miss Adelaide, 1983) National Olivier
  • A Mad World, My Masters(Janet Cloughton, 1984) Theatre Royal Stratford East
  • Us Good Girls(Paulette, 1984) Soho Poly
  • The Corn Is Green(Bessie Watty, 1985), Old Vic – Olivier award
  • A Chorus of Disapproval(Hannah Llewellyn, 1985) National Olivier – Olivier award
  • The Fair Maid of the West(Bess Bridges, 1987) RSC Mermaid Theatre
  • They Shoot Horses, Don't They?(Gloria Beatty, 1987) RSC Mermaid
  • The Wizard of Oz(Dorothy, 1987) RSC Barbican Theatre
  • Uncle Vanya(Sonya, 1988) Vaudeville Theatre
  • The Lady and the Clarinet(Luba, 1989) The King's Head Theatre , Islington
  • Into the Woods(Baker's Wife, 1990) Phoenix Theatre – Olivier award
  • Rona Munro 'sBold Girls(Cassie, 1991) Hampstead Theatre
  • Tony Kushner 'sSlavs!(Bonfila, 1994) Hampstead Theatre
  • Habeas Corpus(play) (Mrs Swabb, 1996) Donmar Warehouse
  • Guys and Dolls(Miss Adelaide, 1996) National Olivier – Olivier nomination
  • Yasmina Reza 'sLife X Three(Ines, 2000) National Cottesloe, then transferring to the Old Vic (2001)
  • Michael Hastings 'Calico(Nora Barnacle, 2004) Duke of York's Theatre
  • Frank McGuinness 'sThere Came a Gypsy Riding(Margaret, 2007) Almeida
  • Joe Orton 'sEntertaining Mr Sloane(Kath, 2009) Trafalgar Studios
  • A Delicate Balance(Claire, 2011) Almeida Theatre
  • Sweeney Todd(Mrs Lovett, 2011), Chichester Festival Theatre
  • Sweeney Todd(Mrs Lovett, 2012), Adelphi Theatre – Olivier award
  • Good People(Margie, 2014), Hampstead Theatre and Noël Coward Theatre
  • Gypsy(Rose, 2014), Chichester Festival Theatre
  • Gypsy(Rose, 2015), Savoy Theatre

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 Imelda Staunton's Filmography

Film

YearTitleRoleNotes
1986 Comrades Betsy Loveless
1989 A Sleeping Life Polly Flinders
1990 Yellowbacks Cheryl Newman
1990 They Never Slept The Producer
1992 Peter's Friends Mary Charleston
1993 Much Ado About Nothing Margaret
1993 Deadly Advice Beth Greenwood
1994 Mole's Christmas Village Mother (voice) Short film
1995 A Bit of Fry And Laurie Herself
1995 Sense and Sensibility Charlotte Jennings Palmer Nominated—Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture
1996 Twelfth Night Maria
1996 The Snow Queen's Revenge (voice)
1997 Remember Me? Lorna
1997 The Ugly Duckling Scruffy
1998 Shakespeare in Love Nurse Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture
2000 Chicken Run Bunty (voice)
2000 Rat Conchita
2000 Jack and the Beanstalk Dilly (voice)
2000 Victoria Wood With All The Trimmings Mrs. Cottisloe
2001 Another Life Ethel Graydon
2001 Crush Janine
2002 Ready Naomi
2003 The Virgin of Liverpool Sylvia, Conlon
2003 Bright Young Things Lady Brown
2003 Blackball Bridget
2003 I'll Be There Dr. Bridget
2004 Vera Drake Vera Drake BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role
British Independent Film Award for Best Actress
Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress
European Film Award for Best Actress
Evening Standard British Film Award for Best Actress
Iowa Film Critics Award for Best Actress
London Film Critics Circle Award for Actress of the Year
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress
National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actress
New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress
New York Film Critics Online Award for Best Actress
San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Actress
Seattle Film Critics Award for Best Actress
Toronto Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress
Vancouver Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress
Volpi Cup for Best Actress
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress
Nominated—Academy Award for Best Actress
Nominated—Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress
Nominated—Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress
Nominated—Empire Award for Best British Actress
Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama
Nominated—Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Actress
Nominated—Satellite Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama
Nominated—Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role
Nominated—Southeastern Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress
Nominated—Utah Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress
2005 Nanny McPhee Mrs. Blatherwick
2005 A Midsummer Night's Dream Polly
2006 My Family And Other Animals Mother Nominated—International Emmy Award for Best Actress
2006 Shadow Man Ambassador Cochran
2007 Freedom Writers Margaret Campbell
2007 Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Dolores Jane Umbridge Nominated—London Film Critics Circle Award for British Supporting Actress of the Year
Nominated—Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress
2007 How About You Hazel Nightingale
2008 Three and Out Rosemary Cassidy
2008 A Bunch of Amateurs Mary
2009 Taking Woodstock Sonia Teichberg
2010 White Other Lynne McDermott
2010 Alice in Wonderland Tall Flower Faces (voice)
2010 Harry Potter and the Deathly
Hallows: Part 1
Dolores Jane Umbridge
2010 Another Year Janet Nominated—San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Cast
2011 The Awakening Maud Hill
2011 Arthur Christmas Mrs. Santa
2012 The Pirates! Band of Misfits Queen Victoria Nominated—Annie Award for Voice Acting in a Feature Production
2014 Maleficent Knotgrass
2014 Pride Hefina Headon BIFA Award for Best Supporting Actress
Nominated-BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role
2014 Paddington Aunt Lucy (voice)
2014 That Day We Sang Enid Television film

Television

YearTitleRoleNotes
1986 The Singing Detective Staff Nurse White 5 episodes
1986 Ladies in Charge Edith Episode: "Double Act"
1988 Thompson Various roles 6 episodes
1990–1993 Up the Garden Path Izzy 18 episodes
1990 Screenplay Stephanie Episode: "The Englishman's Wife"
1991 Screenplay Jane Hartman Episode: "Antonia and Jane"
1992 A Masculine Ending Bridget Bennet Television film
1993 Don't Leave Me This Way Bridget Bennet Television film
1993 If You See God, Tell Him Muriel Spry 4 episodes
1994 Frank Stubbs Promotes Susan Episode: "Charity"
1994 Woodcock Edna Television film
1995–1998 Is It Legal? Stella Phelps 21 episodes
1995 Citizen X Mrs Burakova Television film
1995 Look at the State We're In! Councillor Johnson Television film
1995 The Adventures of Mole (voice) Television film
1996 Tales From The Crypt Sarah Episode: "About Face"
1998–2000 The Canterbury Tales The Prioress 2 episodes
1999 David Copperfield Mrs. Micawber Television film
1999 Midsomer Murders Christine Cooper Episode: "Dead Man's Eleven"
2002 Murder DCI Billie Dory Television film
2003 Cambridge Spies The Queen 2 episodes
2003 Strange Reverend Mary Truegood Episode: "Incubus"
2003 Let's Write A Story Mrs. Twit Television film
2005 Fingersmith Mrs Sucksby 3 episodes
2005 Little Britain Mrs. Mead 6 episodes
2006 Dog Town Gwen Gregson Episode: "1.4"
2006 The Wind in the Willows Barge Lady Television film
2007 Cranford Miss Octavia Pole 5 episodes
Nominated—BAFTA TV Award for Best Supporting Actress
2008 Big & Small Ruby/Twiba 14 episodes
2008 Clay Mary Doonan Television film
2009 Return to Cranford Miss Octavia Pole 2 episodes
2010–2011 Psychoville Grace Andrews 7 episodes
2011 Doctor Who The Interface (voice) Episode: "The Girl Who Waited"
2012 The Girl Alma Hitchcock Television film
Nominated—BAFTA TV Award for Best Supporting Actress
Nominated—Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Movie/Miniseries Supporting Actress
Nominated—Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie

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 Imelda Staunton's Awards and nominations

Theatre

  • 1982 – Olivier Award, Nominee, Best Actress in a Musical forThe Beggar's Opera
  • 1988 – Olivier Award, Nominee, Best Actress in a Musical forThe Wizard of Oz
  • 1985 – Olivier Award, Winner, Outstanding Performance of the Year in a Supporting Role forA Chorus of Disapproval, at the NT Olivier, andThe Corn Is Green, at The Old Vic
  • 1991 – Olivier Award, Winner, Outstanding Performance of the Year by an Actress in a Musical forInto The Woods, at the Phoenix
  • 1997 – Olivier Award, Nominee, Best Actress in a Musical forGuys and Dolls
  • 2010 – Olivier Award, Nominee, Best Actress forEntertaining Mr. Sloane, at Trafalgar Studio 1
  • 2012 – Theatre Awards UK, Winner, Best performance in a Musical as Mrs Lovett inSweeney Todd
  • 2013 – Olivier Awards, Winner, Best Actress in a Musical for "Sweeney Todd"
  • 2015 – Olivier Award, Nominee, Best Actress forGood People, at the Hampstead and the Noël Coward

Television

  • 2006 – International Emmy Awards, Nominated, Emmy for Best Performance by an Actress forMy Family and Other Animals(2005) (TV)
  • 2010 – British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Television Award, Nominated, Best Supporting Actress forCranford(2009) (TV)
  • 2013 – British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Television Award, Nominated, Best Supporting Actress for 'The Girl' (2012) (TV)
  • 2013 – Critics' Choice Television Award, Nominated, Best Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie for 'The Girl' (2012) (TV)
  • 2013 – Primetime Emmy Awards, Nominated, Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie for 'The Girl' (2012) (TV)

Films

  • 1999 – Screen Actors Guild Award, Winner, Best Performance by a Cast forShakespeare in Love(1998)
  • 2000 – Irish Film and Television Awards, Nominated, Best Actress forRat(2000)
  • 2004 – European Film Award, Winner, Best Actress forVera Drake(2004)
  • 2004 – Venice Film Festival, Winner, Volpi Cup, Best Actress forVera Drake(2004)
  • 2004 – London Film Critics Circle Award, Winner, Best Actress forVera Drake(2004)
  • 2004 – National Society of Film Critics Award, Winner, Best Actress forVera Drake(2004)
  • 2004 – Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards, Winner, Best Actress forVera Drake(2004)
  • 2004 – Chicago Film Critics Association Awards, Winner, Best Actress forVera Drake(2004)
  • 2004 – Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards (LAFCA), Winner, Best Actress forVera Drake(2004)
  • 2004 – San Diego Film Critics Society Awards, Winner, Best Actress forVera Drake(2004)
  • 2004 – Seattle Film Critics Awards, Winner, Best Actress forVera Drake(2004)
  • 2004 – New York Film Critics Circle Awards, Winner, Best Actress forVera Drake(2004)
  • 2004 – Toronto Film Critics Association Awards, Winner, Best Performance, Female forVera Drake(2004)
  • 2005 – Vancouver Film Critics Circle, Winner, Best Actress forVera Drake(2004)
  • 2005 – British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Award, Winner, Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role forVera Drake(2004)
  • 2005 – Evening Standard British Film Awards, Winner, Best Actress forVera Drake(2004)
  • 2005 – National Society of Film Critics Awards, (NSCF) USA, Winner, Best Actress forVera Drake(2004). Tied with Hilary Swank for Million Dollar Baby (2004).
  • 2005 – Academy Award, Nominated for an Oscar, Best Actress forVera Drake(2004)
  • 2005 – Screen Actors Guild Awards, Nominated, Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role forVera Drake(2004)
  • 2005 – Golden Globe, Nominated, Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama forVera Drake(2004)
  • 2005 – Golden Satellite Award, Nominated, Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama forVera Drake(2004)
  • 2005 – Empire Awards, UK, Nominated, Best British Actress forVera Drake(2004)
  • 2005 – Online Film Critics Society Awards, Nominated, Best Actress forVera Drake(2004)
  • 2005 – The Broadcast Film Critics Association Award, Nominated, Best Actress forVera Drake(2004)
  • 2008 – Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, Nominated, Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress forHarry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix(2007)
  • 2008 – London Critics Circle Film Awards, Nominated, British Supporting Actress of the Year forHarry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix(2007)
  • 2009 – California Independent Film Festival, Winner, Audience Award, Best Actress – Comedy forThree and Out(2008)
  • 2014 – British Independent Film Awards, Winner, Best supporting actress – ForPride(2014)

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 Imelda Staunton's References

  1. Lawley, Sue (15 May 2005). "This Week's Guest: Imelda Staunton". BBC Radio 4. Retrieved 6 January 2007. 
  2. Imelda Staunton profile at BBC Radio 4 "Desert island Discs"
  3. "Imelda Staunton Biography". Tiscali Film and TV. Retrieved 16 July 2007. 
  4. "Imelda Staunton: My Career Is Not About Looks" The Telegraph, 8 December 2008
  5. Irish News UK ? News from the Irish Community in Britain
  6. "Imelda Staunton's surprising confession: I might have nibbled the odd hash brownie and I'd love to have been a hippy Chris Sullivan, 19 November 2009, the Daily Mail
  7. The prime of Miss Imelda Staunton
  8. Raymond, Kurt. "We're Off To Stage The Wizard of Oz". Beyond the Rainbow to Oz website. Retrieved 15 July 2007. 
  9. "Wizard of Oz (MUNY 1945)". Tams?Witmark Music Library, Inc. 2005. Retrieved 15 July 2007. 
  10. Happy Birthday, Sir Larry theatre programme, 31 May 1987
  11. "Staunton, Imelda Mary Philomena Bernadette". Who's Who. A & C Black. 2012. 
  12. Olivier Awards winners
  13. Billington, Michael (2 February 2009). "Theatre review: Entertaining Mr Sloane / Trafalgar Studios, London". The Guardian (London). Retrieved 21 April 2012. 
  14. Billington, Michael (21 March 2012). "Sweeney Todd ? review". The Guardian. Retrieved 21 April 2012. 
  15. http://www.whatsonstage.com/chichester-theatre/news/03-2014/chichester-reopens-festival-theatre-with-rupert-ev_33751.html
  16. McCurry, Justin (29 June 2007). "Japan goes wild about Harry". The Guardian (London). Retrieved 17 May 2008. 
  17. Dawtrey, Adam (13 December 2007). "London critics love 'Control,' 'Atonement'". Variety. Retrieved 15 December 2007. 
  18. Ghostly Art From 'The Awakening'
  19. The Milton Rooms homepage
  20. "Imelda Staunton on acting naturally" The Sunday Times, 21 June 2008
  21. "New Year Honours?United Kingdom". The London Gazette (57855): N12. 31 December 2005. 
  22. Imelda Staunton and Her Big Band (1?5 September 1998) Donmar Warehouse
  23. Billington, Michael (13 May 2011). "A Delicate Balance". The Guardian. London. Retrieved 23 June 2011. 

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