Deborah Findlay Poster


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Born in Surrey, England, UK

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Deborah Findlay was born in 1947 in Surrey and read English at Leeds University. She worked in Leeds with a theatre group touring plays, music, community theatre and cabaret before coming to London to work at the Theatre Royal Stratford East in 1978. She was in the original production of 'Top Girls' by Caryl Churchill (OBIE Award) and seasons at the RSC and National Theatre where she received an Olivier Award and Outer Critics Circle Award for 'Stanley'.

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She won an Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play for "Stanley" in 1997. She shared the award with Allison Janney and Celia Weston.
She was employed as a Junior School teacher and a cabaret performer before becoming an actress.
She has a Bachelor's Degree in English from Leeds University.

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