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Sheridan Smith shares more than just a surname with Maggie Smith. Though Maggie has nearly half a century on her age-wise, Sheridan is already following in her footsteps in so many ways. Both have careers that began in amateur theatre – Sheridan with the National Youth Music Theatre, Maggie with Oxford University Dramatic Society – and soon led them both to early careers as stage and television actors best known for their comic... Both have gone on to star in Henrik Ibsen plays at the Old Vic, London (Maggie in The Master Builder in 1964, Sheridan in Hedda Gabler in 2012 – a role that Maggie has also played). both have won BAFTAs (Maggie three times, Sheridan for Mrs Biggs). both have won Evening Standard Theatre awards (Maggie five times over, Sheridan for Flare Path). both have won Olivier awards (Maggie taking an honorary Olivier in 2011, Sheridan winning two years running, for best actress in a musical in 2011 for Legally Blonde and for best performance in a supporting role in 2012 for Flare Path). Maggie received a CBE in 1970, before being raised to a damehood in 1990. Sheridan received an OBE in 2015. Those credentials are perhaps coincidental, but already established. Slightly more daunting, at least for Sheridan Smith, has been following in the footsteps of another iconic actress, Barbra Streisand, who created the title role of Funny Girl in the Broadway production of the Jule Styne musical in 1964, then in... But such is Smith’s popularity that when tickets went on sale for the Menier Chocolate Factory’s production , in which she is now starring prior to a West End transfer to the Savoy Theatre in April, the entire run sold out in just over 10 hours. Meeting the impish, open and talkative Smith in the bar of the Menier before a recent performance, we talk about how no one dared revive the show until now – owing to the legacy of Streisand. “Sonia Friedman, who I worked with on Legally Blonde seven years ago, had the rights and she mentioned it. She got in touch recently to say did I fancy doing it, and of course I jumped at the chance. It was only afterwards that I realised the enormity of it and that it hadn’t been done for 50 years – and it’s our Babs, the amazing Barbra Streisand, and of course then I panicked and thought: ‘What am I thinking. Source: www.thestage.co.uk
Nothing was planned – I didn't do any training – but I came to London first to join the National Youth Music Theatre when I was 16 and I did Bugsy Malone in the West End. Then I did the premiere of Howard Goodall's The Kissing-Dance, in which I played
Narration from actor Caroline Goodall sounds rich and florid for a good reason: her character is Mitchell herself, writing an ornately worded book from the horses' point-of-view. It is a strong female-led picture, with a framing device that doubles as
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From his first feature film, The Duellists, to his international successes Alien, Blade Runner, Thelma and Louise, Black Hawk Down, Gladiator, and American Gangster, Ridley Scott has directed some of the most compelling films of the last 30 years. Apart from his work as a film director, Scott has engaged in a vast range of activities, including that as a designer, producer, film mogul, and advertising executive. The Ridley Scott Encyclopedia is the first book that focuses on all aspects of his work in a wide-ranging career that spans nearly 50 years. The entries in this encyclopedia focus on all aspects of his work and are divided into four categories. The first focuses on Ridley Scott's work as a director, encompassing his feature films from The Duellists to Body of Lies, as well as his work in television, including commercials. The second category focuses on the people who have been involved in Scott's projects, including actors, directors, producers, designers, writers and other creative personnel. The third focuses on general thematic issues raised in Scott's work, such as gender construction, political issues, and geographical locations. Finally the encyclopedia incorporates entries on films by other directors who have influenced Scott's approach to his work as a director or producer. Each entry is followed by a bibliography of published sources, both in print and online, making this the most comprehensive reference on Scott's body of work.
Narration from actor Caroline Goodall sounds rich and florid for a good reason: her character is Mitchell herself, writing an ornately worded book from the horses’ point-of-view. It is a strong female-led picture, with a framing device that doubles as ...
“The Princess Diaries” tells the story of Mia Thermopolis (played by Anne Hathaway), an ordinary, good-natured high school student who lives with her mom, Helen (played by Caroline Goodall), in a fire-house turned apartment. At school, she is not one ...
Other stars include Schlinder's List's Caroline Goodall, My Brilliant Career's Judy Davis, City Homicide's Shane Bourne, An Angel at My Table's Kerry Fox and Packed to the Rafters' Rebecca Gibney. Based on the bestseller by Rosalie Ham, who also adapted it ...
Caroline Goodall, Actress: Schindler's List. Born in Britain to Australian parents, Caroline Goodall is internationally known as a leading actress who has starred in ...
Caroline Goodall; Born (1959-11-13) 13 November 1959 (age 56) London, England: Occupation: Actress, screenwriter: Years active: 1981–present: Spouse(s) Derek Hoxby ...
Caroline Goodall (* 13. November 1959 in London, England) ist eine britisch-australische Film-und Theaterschauspielerin
Caroline Goodall; Información personal; Nacimiento: 13 de noviembre de 1959 (56 años) Londres, Inglaterra, Reino Unido: Nacionalidad: Británica: Familia