Judi Dench
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John le Carre
Madame Bovary
Michael Gambon
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Trevor Nunn
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Francesca Annis

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Francesca Annis

English actress, known for her film and television appearances in such series as Reckless , Wives and Daughters , Cranford , and Deceit add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1945.

Countries: United Kingdom (75%), United States (6%), France (6%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Judi Dench, John le Carre, Madame Bovary

Linked to: Corona Theatre School, Royal Shakespeare Company




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Francesca Annis was born in 1945 add something


In 1967 she played Estella in a television adaptation of "Great Expectations" add something


Annis continued to be a leading television actress throughout the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, appearing in series such as "Edward the Seventh" as Lillie Langtry, a role she reprised in "Lillie" ; "Madame Bovary" ; and "Parnell and the Englishwoman" , in which she played Kitty O'Shea; as well as the miniseries "Reckless" and its 2000 sequel add something


Peter Egan - Later he had other starring roles as John Everett Millais in the 1975 BBC serial "The Love School", and as Oscar Wilde in 1978 in the serial "Lillie", starring Francesca Annis as Lillie Langtry; as "Magnus Pym" in the BBC dramatisation of John le Carré's "A Perfect Spy" and another BBC sitcom "Joint Account"


Annis has three children from a long-term relationship with actor Patrick Wiseman that began in 1976 add something


In addition to having become a well-known presence on screen, Annis has enjoyed a successful stage career, playing many leading roles with the Royal Shakespeare Company, starting with playing Juliet in "Romeo and Juliet" in 1977 alongside Ian McKellen, she even acted in Luciana in Trevor Nunn's musical version of "The Comedy of Errors" add something


At the National Theatre in 1981 she played Natalya Petrovna in Peter Gill's production of Ivan Turgenev's "A Month in the Country" add something


Ralph Fiennes - In 1995, Fiennes began an affair with Francesca Annis, whom he met when she played his mother Gertrude in the play Hamlet.


At the Comedy Theatre in September 2005, Annis starred in "Epitaph for George Dillon" with Joseph Fiennes add something


Sean Mathias - In 2005, Mathias directed Rebecca Lenkiewicz's "Shoreditch Madonna" at the Soho Theatre in London, starring Francesca Annis and Leigh Lawson


On 7 February 2006, Fiennes and Annis announced their separation after 11 years together add something


In autumn 2007 Annis co-starred with Michael Gambon and Judi Dench as Lady Ludlow in the BBC1 costume-drama series "Cranford" add something


Philip Glenister - He played social reformer and estate manager Mr. Carter in the 2007 BBC costume drama "Cranford", as part of a cast including Judi Dench and Francesca Annis


Catherine Tate - In 2008, she starred as Michelle, a 38-year-old promiscuous maths teacher, in David Eldridge's "Under The Blue Sky" at the Duke of York's Theatre, London, alongside Francesca Annis and Nigel Lindsay


Annis returned to the stage in April 2009 to star as Mrs. Conway in Rupert Goold's National Theatre revival of J. B. Priestley's "Time and the Conways" add something


Ron Cook - From November 2016, Cook will appear in Lucy Kirkwood's new play The Children at The Royal Court Theatre alongside Francesca Annis and Deborah Findlay