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Virginia Woolf (Character)
from The Hours (2002)
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- "Life in Squares" (2014) TV series Played by Lydia Leonard
- "Downton Abbey"
... aka "Masterpiece Classic" - USA (informal title)
- Episode #4.1 (2013) TV episode, Played by Christina Carty
- Episode #1.2 (2013) TV episode, Played by Sharon Horgan
- Lives and Deaths of the Poets (2011) Played by Sharon Carpenter-Rose
- The Solitude (2011) Played by Lydia Muijen
- "Muchachada nui"
- Episode #4.13 (2010) TV episode, Played by Joaquín Reyes
- Episode #4.11 (2010) TV episode, Played by Joaquín Reyes
- Episode #4.7 (2010) TV episode, Played by Joaquín Reyes
- London (2004) (TV) Played by Harriet Walter
- The Hours (2002) Played by Nicole Kidman
- "Art That Shook the World"
- Virginia Woolf's Orlando (2002) TV episode, Played by Joley Richardson
- Home the Horror Story (2000) Played by Joanna Bongiovanni (as Virginia Wolf)
- "Rocko's Modern Life"
- Hypno-Puppy Luv/Driving Mrs. Wolfe (1996) TV episode, Played by Linda Wallem (as Virginia Wolfe)
- Mama's Boy/Feisty Geist (1996) TV episode, Played by Linda Wallem (as Virginia Wolfe)
- Zanzibar!/Fatal Contraption (1996) TV episode, Played by Linda Wallem (as Virginia Wolfe)
- An Elk for Heffer/Scrubbin' Down Under (1996) TV episode, Played by Linda Wallem (as Virginia Wolfe)
- Speaking Terms/Tooth and Nail (1995) TV episode, Played by Linda Wallem (as Virginia Wolfe)
- Hey Amigos! (1996) Played by Caroline Johansson (as Virginia Woof)
- The War Within: A Portrait of Virginia Woolf (1996) Played by Anna Massey
- Tom & Viv (1994) Played by Joanna McCallum
- A Room of One's Own (1991) (TV) Played by Eileen Atkins
- "Ten Great Writers of the Modern World"
... aka "The Modern World: Ten Great Writers" - UK (original title)
- Virginia Woolf's 'Mrs. Dalloway' (1988) TV episode, Played by Eileen Atkins
- "Une femme, une époque"
- Virginia Woolf (1981) TV episode, Played by Maud Rayer
- Magic Carpet (1972) (TV) Played by Nanette Fabray (as Virginia Wolfe)
Virginia Woolf: This is my right; it is the right of every human being. I choose not the suffocating anesthetic of the suburbs, but the violent jolt of the Capital, that is my choice. The meanest patient, yes, even the very lowest is allowed some say in the matter of her own prescription. Thereby she defines her humanity. I wish, for your sake, Leonard, I could be happy in this quietness.
Virginia Woolf: But if it is a choice between Richmond and death, I choose death.
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