Her credits at London's Hampstead Theatre include: the title role in Henrik Ibsen
's "Hedda Gabler" (1988), "Rosemary" in "Incident at Tulse Hill", a new play by Harold Pinter
(1981), "Hilary" in "Comings and Goings" by Mike Stott
(1978), "The Script" and "Charlotte"/ "Violetta" in Molière
's "Don Juan" (both 1976).
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The bulk of my work isn't commercial -there's not a lot of money hanging off it- so they don't need me to do the very scary part of publicity, which is handing over a slice of your life. One of the greatest things of not having more of a movie career is that you get to keep your privacy. When I started there wasn't this sense of access to show business. Acting was a mystery. I don't think we ...
She was awarded the 2002 Laurence Olivier
Theatre Award for Best Actress of 2002 for her performance in "Private Lives", at London's Albery Theatre. She had also been nominated in the same category for her performance in "Mouth to Mouth". For these performances, she was also nominated for an Evening Standard Award.