JANE HORROCKS is Little Voice, the nearly mute waif who
can magically transform herself into legendary stars in the privacy
of her attic room. Horrocks reprises the role that brought her
acclaim on the London stage and a 1993 Olivier Award nomination
for Best Actress after being written specifically for her talents
by playwright Jim Cartwright.
Horrocks is perhaps best known in the U.S. for her role as the
bumbling public relations flack Bubble on the hit television comedy
"Absolutely Fabulous" and as a space-age girlfriend
on the sci-fi comedy "Red Dwarf." She has also been
lauded in Mike Leigh's feature film "Life Is Sweet,"
winning a 1992 Los Angeles Critics Award for her portrayal of
an anorexic teenager. Other screen credits include Nicolas Roeg's
"Witches," "The Dressmaker," "Memphis
Belle," "Getting It Right," "Deadly Advice,"
"Second Best," "Self Catering" and "Bring
Me The Head of Mavis Davis." She will next be seen in Martin
Clunes' "Hunt For Venus."
A popular star of British stage and screen, Horrocks recently
starred in her own Channel 4 special "Never Mind the Horrocks."
Other television work includes a "Tales From The Crypt"
with Ewan McGregor and such BBC productions as "Henry IV,"
"Suffer The Little Children," "Bad Girl,"
"Roots," "Came Out It Was Rainy, Went Inside,"
"Alive and Kicking," "La Nonna," "Heartland"
and "Road." On stage, her most recent work includes
starring as Lady Macbeth in "Macbeth," "Cabaret,"
"Our Own Kind," "Debutante Ball," "Valued
Friends," "A Colliers Friday Night," "Road"
and "Ask For The Moon."
Horrocks trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and segued
into early stage work with the Royal Shakespeare Company.
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