Her Royal Shakespeare Company credits include:
Violenta in "All's Well That Ends Well" (1992), Mrs. Ruth Banks-Ellis in "The Taming of the Shrew", Middleton & Rowley's "The Changeling", and Amie in Brome's "A Jovial Crewe" (all 1993).
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The challenge in playing Bess [in Breaking the Waves] is that, in physical, psychological, intellectual, moral, ethical and political terms, she's a disaster - part saint, part clown. But she has an infinite capacity to love and believe. I tried to make the logic of that transcend those judgements.
She was Jean-Pierre Jeunet
's first choice to play the title role in Amélie
(2001), but dropped out for personal reasons. She did manage to leave her mark on the film however; Amelie is named after her.