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DAME JUDI DENCH was most recently seen in her Academy Award nominated performance as Iris Murdoch in Iris. Other recent films include The Shipping News, Chocolat (for which she was nominated for an Academy Award) Shakespeare In Love (for which she won a Best Supporting Actress Academy Award and a BAFTA award) and Mrs Brown (for which she received a Best Actress Academy Award nomination and won a BAFTA award). She played M in the James Bond films The World Is Not Enough, Tomorrow Never Dies and Goldeneye. Her other credits include Tea With Mussolini, Hamlet, Jack and Sarah, Henry V, A Handful of Dust, 84 Charing Cross Road, A Room With A View (for which she won a BAFTA award), Wetherby, Dead Cert, A Midsummer Night's Dream, A Study In Terror and The Third Secret.

Dench's television work includes roles in Last of The Blonde Bombshells (for which she won a Best Actress BAFTA and a Golden Globe award), As Time Goes By, Absolute Hell, The Torch, Make and Break, Saigon, Smiley's People, Love In A Cold Climate, A Fine Romance, The Cherry Orchard and Comedy of Errors.

Her extensive stage work includes Amy's View, directed by Richard Eyre (for which she received a Tony Award for Best Actress), A Little Night Music, The Seagull, Coriolanus, The Plough and the Stars, Macbeth, The Cherry Orchard, Look Back In Anger, Much Ado About Nothing and Cabaret.

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