IMDb > Queen Mary (Character)
No Photo Available
Quicklinks
Top Links
main detailsbiographyby votesphoto galleryquotes
Filmographies
by yearby typeby ratingsby votesby TV seriesby genreby keyword
Biographical
biography
Did You Know?
photo galleryquotes

Queen Mary (Character)
from The King's Speech (2010)

The content of this page was created by users. It has not been screened or verified by IMDb staff.

Overview

Biography:
(1867-1953) Wife of King George V (King of England from 1910 to his death in 1936)... See more »

Filmography

   Edit Credits
There may be more credits available for this character. To edit the credits displayed or to add more credits to this character's filmography, click the Edit Credits link.


  1. W.E. (2011) Played by Judy Parfitt
  2. The King's Speech (2010) Played by Claire Bloom

  3. Wallis & Edward (2005) (TV) Played by Margaret Tyzack
    ... aka "Her Royal Affair" - Canada (English title)
  4. The Lost Prince (2003) (TV) Played by Miranda Richardson
  5. Bertie and Elizabeth (2002) (TV) Played by Eileen Atkins

  6. All the King's Men (1999) (TV) Played by Gaye Brown

  7. The Woman He Loved (1988) (TV) Played by Phyllis Calvert

  8. "Edward & Mrs. Simpson"
        - The Abdication (1978) TV episode, Played by Peggy Ashcroft
        - Proposals (1978) TV episode, Played by Peggy Ashcroft
        - The Decision (1978) TV episode, Played by Peggy Ashcroft
        - The New King (1978) TV episode, Played by Peggy Ashcroft
        - Venus at the Prow (1978) TV episode, Played by Peggy Ashcroft
  9. The Woman I Love (1972) (TV) Played by Eileen Herlie

  10. A King's Story (1965) Played by Flora Robson

Additional Details

Genres:
Plot Keywords:

Fun Stuff

Quotes:
From Bertie and Elizabeth (2002) (TV)
[Queen Mary and Label Mabel Airlie notice that Bertie is taking an interest in Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon]
Queen Mary: I think my son is rather keen on the Strathmore girl.
Lady Mabel Airlie: I formed that impression too.
Queen Mary: We could do worse than marry Bertie to a member of the British aristocracy. I mean, *some* of them are quite respectable - yourself, for example.
Lady Mabel Airlie: Has it ever been done? Isn't royal blood supposed to be a unique asset? Surely she'd be the first commoner to marry into the royal family since, umm...
Queen Mary: Anne Boleyn.
Lady Mabel Airlie: Well, that didn't work out, did it?
[...]
See more »

You may correct errors and omissions on this page directly. Clicking the 'Update' button will take you through a step-by-step process.