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Imogen Stubbs, Lady Nunn, (born 20 February 1961), is a Britishmarker actress who was born in Newcastle upon Tynemarker, Englandmarker, United Kingdommarker. She is married to Sir Trevor Nunn and they have two children: a son Jesse and a daughter Ellie.

Early life

Imogen Stubbs was born in Northumberlandmarker, lived briefly in Portsmouthmarker, where her father was a naval officer, and then moved with her parents to Londonmarker, where they lived on an elderly river barge on the Thames. Educated at St Paul's Girls' Schoolmarker and then Westminster Schoolmarker, where she was one of the "token girls" in the Sixth Form, she went on to Exeter College, Oxfordmarker, where she gained a First Class degree. She graduated from RADA in the same class as Jane Horrocks and Iain Glen, and has since become an Associate Member of RADA. She achieved success on stage with the Royal Shakespeare Company, notably as Desdemona in "Othello", which was directed by Trevor Nunn, now her husband and the father of her daughter Ellie and son, Jesse. Additional stage work includes "St Joan" at the Strand Theatremarker and "Heartbreak House" at the Haymarketmarker and in Jessica Lange's London production of "A Streetcar Named Desire" in 1997.

Filmography

Television
Year Title Role Notes
1985 The Browning Version Mrs Gilbert
1988 The Rainbow Ursula Brangwen
1989 Fellow Traveller Sarah Atchinson
1990 Relatively Speaking Ginny Whittaker
1990 Pasternak Lara and Olga (Voices)
1990 Othello Desdemona
1993 Sandra, C'est la Vie Marie
1993 Anna Lee: Headcase Anna Lee
1994 Anna Lee Anna Lee 5 episodes
1997 Mothertime Suzie
2000 Blind Ambition Annie Thomas
2000 Big Kids Sarah Spiller
2002 Township Opera Narrator
2005 Casualty Chloe Greer Episode: Running out of Kisses
2006 Marple: The Moving Finger Mona Symmington
2006 Brief Encounters Sonia Episode: Semi-Detached
2009 New Tricks Lottie Davenport Episode: Shadow Show
Film
Year Film Role Notes
1982 Privileged Imogen
1986 Nanoumarker Nanou
1988 Deadline Lady Romy-Burton
1988 A Summer Story Megan David
1989 Erik the Viking Princess Aud
1991 The Wonderer Narrator (Voice)
1991 True Colors Diana Stiles
1994 A Pin For The Butterfly Mother
1995 Jack & Sarah Sarah
1995 Sense and Sensibility Lucy Steele
1996 Twelfth Night: Or What You Will Viola
2003 Collusion Mary Dolphin
2004 Dead Cool Henny
2006 Stories of Lost Souls Friend in crowd segment "Standing Room Only"
2007 Behind the Director's Son's Cut Princess Aud
Self
Year Programme Notes
1996 Masterchef Episode: #7.3
1996 The Great War and the Shaping of the 20th Century
1998 Twentieth Century Blues: The Songs of Noël Coward
2003 Breakfast with Frost Episode: dated 4th May
2004 1st Annual Directors Guild of Great Britain DGGB Awards Presenter
2007 Sunday AM Episode: dated 20th May
2008 Richard & Judy Episode: dated 27th February


Other projects, contributions



Writer

In July 2004 Stubbs's play We Happy Few, directed by her husband and starring Juliet Stevenson and Marcia Warren, opened at the Gielgud Theatremarker, London, after a try-out in Malvernmarker. In September 2008 Readers' Digest announced that she had joined the magazine as a contributing editor and writer of adventure stories.

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