Dame Judi Dench CH, DBE, FRSA

Undoubtedly best known as one of the greatest actresses of the post-war period, Yorkshire born Dench briefly played Pru Forrest in the BBC’s The Archers. She’s an advocate for “more progressive drug policies” and only took the role of Lady Catherine de Bourgh in Pride & Prejudice after director Joe Wright wrote to her and said: “I love it when you play a bitch. Please come and be a bitch for me.” There’s barely a role she hasn’t conquered.

The Roll Call - SIGHTS AND SOUNDS

1

Geoffrey Bayldon (1924 – 2017)

2

Miriam Margolyes OBE

3

Jan Harvey

4

Jean Alexander (born Jean Alexander Hodgkinson, 1926 – 2016)

5

Victoria Wood CBE (1953 – 2016)

6

Patricia Routledge CBE (born Katherine Patricia Routledge)

7

Tom Read Wilson

8

Ellen Perry

9

Sam Hoare

10

Todd Traina

11

Alex Wyndham

12

Dominique Dunne (1959 – 1982)

13

Brendan Jay Sullivan

14

Shirley Temple (AKA “America’s Little Darling”, 1928 – 2014)

15

Emily Mortimer

16

Ava Gardner (1922 – 1990)

17

Sofia Coppola

18

Charlie Siem

19

Kerry Washington

20

Gillian Anderson

21

James Bay

22

Aidan Turner

23

Robin Wright (formerly “Robin Gayle Wright” and “Robin Wright Penn”)

24

Emily VanCamp

25

Siân Phillips CBE

26

Zack Peck (also known as Zackary Peck)

27

Paula Wilcox

28

Jack Peñate

29

Ronnie Spector

30

Angela Lansbury

31

Theo James (born Theodore Peter James Kinnaird Taptiklis)

32

Eli Wallach (1915 – 2014)

33

Robert F. Kennedy III (AKA “Bobby Kennedy III”)

34

Gérard Depardieu

35

Sir Donald Sinden CBE, FRSA (1923 – 2014)

36

Henry Cavill

37

Josh Bowman

38

Matt Bomer

39

Felicity Kendal CBE

40

The Singing Lady

41

The Hon. Nigella Lawson

42

Lord Britten, OM, CH (better known as Benjamin Britten; 1913 – 1976)

43

Anton Lesser

44

Peter Czernin

45

Susan Bennett (AKA Siri and Tillie The All Time Teller)

46

Jake Shears (born Jason F. Sellards)

47

Anna Chancellor

48

Jamie Campbell Bower

49

Michael Cassidy

50

Wentworth Miller III

51

Flora Ogilvy

52

Cory Monteith (1982 – 2013)

53

Alan Whicker CBE (1925 – 2013)

54

Stuart Brayson

55

Mike Rosenberg (AKA Passenger)

56

Emmanuelle Seigner

57

Winona Ryder (born Winona Horowitz)

58

Bonnie Tyler (born Gaynor Hopkins, also known as Sherene Davis)

59

Libby Purves OBE

60

Penelope Wilton OBE

61

Richard Griffiths OBE (1947 – 2013)

62

Ben Howard

63

Rachel Khoo

64

Josh Henderson

65

Petula Clark CBE

66

Morena Baccarin

67

Anne Robinson

68

Gaspard Ulliel

69

Shia LaBeouf

70

Eddie Redmayne

71

Derek Paravicini

72

Antony Costa

73

Adele Adkins

74

Beverley Craven

75

Hugh Bonneville

76

Delia Smith CBE

77

Pam Ayres MBE

78

John Reith, The Rt. Hon. The Lord Reith KT GVCO GBE CB TD PC (1889 –1971)

79

Tippi Hedren (born Nathalie Kay Hedren)

80

Taylor Swift

81

Benjamin McKenzie (born Benjamin McKenzie Schenkkan)

82

Helen Worth (born Cathryn Helen Wigglesworth and also known as "Gail Platt")

83

William Roache MBE (better known as Ken Barlow)

84

Uggie

85

Damian Lewis

86

Lyndon Ogbourne

87

Daniel "Dan" O'Connor

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  1. I couldn’t disagree more.
    She just plays herself in Every-Single-Film , the only difference is the frock and the script.
    Everything is the same.
    From the hairstyle, to the posture and mannerisms, to the way she speaks. sitcom A Fine Romance.
    Nothing has changed since the 1970’s sitcom “A Fine Romance”
    Ditto Maggie Smith in that respect.
    Show me a British actress who can match Meryl Streep in talent and versatility.
    Apart from our Rochdale-born Andrea Risborough, there is none.

  2. Glenda Jackson forgotten treasure of the Screen and Stage. As an actress Glenda Jackson won two Academy Awards (Oscars) for “Woman in Love” (1969) and “Touch of Class” (1973) including stunning performances in movies such as “Sunday Bloody Sunday” and Triple Echo with Oliver Reed. Glenda in her prime and peak would have given Meryl Streep a run for her money.

  3. Elizabeth Taylor’s portrayal of Martha in the Mike Nicols Film “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” (1966) was the most powerful performance by a British born actress ever. The film was nominated in every category at the Academy Awards. The days of the real movie stars.

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