Diana Rigg Movies List

Diana Rigg
Diana Rigg
20-07-1938
Doncaster, Yorkshire, England, UK
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Breathe

Actor Diana Rigg Filmography

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Breathe
Breathe ( English )
Director: Andy Serkis
Music Director: Nitin Sawhney
Release date: 28-08-2020
Running Delilah
Running Delilah ( English )
Artist: Kim Cattrall , Billy Zane , François Guétary , Yorgo Voyagis , Diana Rigg
Director: Richard Franklin
Release date: 23-03-2014
The Painted Veil
The Painted Veil ( English )
Director: John Curran , John Mahaffie , Sherrie Liu
Music Director: Alexandre Desplat , Byron Wilson , Wayne Lemmer , Skip Lievsay , Skip Lievsay , Paul Menichini , Derek Vanderhorst , Derek Vanderhorst , Gerry Nucifora , Joel Dougherty , Tim LeBlanc , David Lee , David Lee
Release date: 20-12-2006
Heidi
Heidi ( English )
Artist: Emma Bolger , Max von Sydow , Pauline McLynn , Sam Friend , Jessica Claridge
Director: Paul Marcus
Music Director: Jocelyn Pook
Release date: 19-08-2005
Charles II: The Power & the Passion
Director: Joe Wright , Carol Saunderson
Music Director: Rob Lane , Robert Lane , Lee Crichlow , Graham Headicar , Catherine Hodgson
Release date: 23-11-2003
Bond Girls Are Forever
Artist: Maryam d'Abo , Halle Berry , Ursula Andress , Honor Blackman , Luciana Paluzzi
Director: John Watkin
Release date: 06-11-2002
In the Beginning
In the Beginning ( English )
Artist: Martin Landau , Jacqueline Bisset , Billy Campbell , Eddie Cibrian , Frederick Weller
Director: Kevin Connor
Music Director: Ken Thorne
Release date: 12-11-2000
Parting Shots
Parting Shots ( English )
Director: Michael Winner
Music Director: Jim Roddan
Release date: 14-05-1999
Rebecca
Rebecca ( English )
Director: Jim O'Brien
Release date: 05-01-1997
The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Moll Flanders
Director: David Attwood
Release date: 13-10-1996
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Diana Rigg Biography

In June 1994, she was made a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE) by Queen Elizabeth II for her long contributions to theater and film. Earned Tony nominations as Best Actress (Dramatic) for "Abelard and Heloise" (1972) and for "The Misanthrope" (1975). She won the Best Actress (Play) Tony Award in 1994 for her performance in the title role of "Medea." In recent years, her performances in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" and "Mother Courage and Her Children" have led critics to proclaim her one of the greatest actresses on the British stage. A savage review from John Simon for her performance in "Abelard and Heloise" led her to collect devastating theatrical reviews throughout history. The result was her book "No Turn Unstoned," published in 1982. Rigg is Chancellor of Stirling University in Scotland. Was recently voted the sexiest-ever TV star by TV Guide in the USA. Mother of Rachael Stirling (born 1977). Measurements: 34-25-36 1/2 (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine). 20 October 2003 - British courts awarded her $63,832 and $134,000 in court expenses in her libel suit against Britain's "Evening Standard" and "Daily Mail" newspapers. They had written that she was an embittered woman who held British men in low regard. She was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Theatre Award in 1999 (1998 season) for Best Actress for her performances in both "Britannicus" and "Phèdre.". She was nominated for 1997 Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for Best Actress in a Play of 1996 for her performance in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?". She was awarded the 1992 London Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Actress for her performance in "Medea.". She was awarded the 1996 London Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Actress for her performances in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" and "Mother Courage.". Born in Yorkshire, the daughter of a railroad engineer, she moved with her family to India at the age of two months and lived there until she was 8. (She learned to speak Hindi.). The first major actor (along with co-star Keith Michell) to appear nude on stage in the production of "Abelard and Heloise" in 1970. Became an Associate Artist of the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1967 and was the first as such to join the National Theatre of Great Britain (1971). Received honorary degrees from Stirling University in 1988 and Leeds University in 1992. Became a Member of the RADA Council. Graduated from RADA. Was forced to turn down the role of Elizabeth in Paint Your Wagon (1969) with Clint Eastwood, due to illness. Jean Seberg replaced her. Father: Louis Rigg. Mother: Beryl Helliwell. Her ex-husband, Archibald Stirling, is the nephew of Colonel Sir David Stirling, founder of the Special Air Service (SAS).

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