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DIE ANOTHER DAY

JUDI DENCH (M) first portrayed M, head of British Intelligence, in GoldenEye™, and repeated the role for Tomorrow Never Dies and The World is Not Enough.

Dench received the O.B.E. (Order of the British Empire) in 1970 for services to the theatre, and subsequently became a D.B.E. (Dame of the British Empire) in 1988. She has won over 25 top awards, including six British Academy Awards, in a career that has encompassed the stage, television and motion pictures. She recently received the prestigious BAFTA Fellowship, the entertainment industry's highest accolade.

Dench's work on the international stage is legendary, but she has also won awards for her performances in motion pictures. She received the Academy Award® for her performance as Queen Elizabeth I in Shakespeare In Love. She was nominated for Oscars® for her performances in Mrs. Brown, Chocolat, and Iris. Her other recent film appearances have been in The Shipping News, Therese Raquin and The Importance of Being Earnest.

Dench's television performances over recent years have included A Fine Romance (for which she won the BAFTA Award as Best Actress in a Comedy Series), The Browning Version, Mr. and Mrs. Edgehill (for which she won the American Cable Entertainment ACE Best Actress Award), Ghosts, Make and Break, Behaving Badly, Can You Hear Me Thinking?, The Torch, Absolute Hell, and six seasons of the highly rated comedy As Time Goes By (BAFTA Nomination). Her most recent TV appearance was in The Last of the Blonde Bombshells, for which she won a Golden Globe and Emmy nomination. Dame Judi opened with Dame Maggie Smith in a new David Hare play, The Breath of Life, at the Haymarket Theatre in October.

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