She acted in Frank Xaver Kroetz's play, "Through The Leaves;" Mike Stott's play, "Dead Men;" Peter Arnott's play, "White Rose;" Chris Hannan's play, "Elizabeth Gordon Quinn;" Ken Ross's play, "The Price of Experience;" John Clifford's play, "Losing Venice;" Ernst Jandl's play, "Aus Der Fremde;" and Philippe Gaulier's play, "No ...
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Lutz Ebersdorf | Matilda Swinton
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I think I enjoy my work now even more simply because it's even easier than it was. It sounds sacrilegious to say that anything's a delight when you're away from your children, but the truth is that it is refreshing to only have yourself to dress in the morning, and to lie diagonally across the bed. Making films, going round the world on tour ...
She has Scottish, English and Northern Irish ancestry. She can trace some of her patrilineal ancestry back 35 generations, to the 9th century. Her father, Major-General Sir John Swinton of Clan Swinton, is the former Head of The Queen's Household Division and Lord-Lieutenant of Berwickshire.