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In a career spanning over forty years on stage, screen and television, JUDI DENCH has won numerous awards beginning with the BAFTA Most Promising Newcomer (1965), and more recently, including the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Queen Elizabeth in SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE (1999). In addition she has received Academy Award nominations for MRS. BROWN (1998), CHOCOLAT (2001), and IRIS (2002). In 2006, she was nominated for a Golden Globe Award and an Academy Award for her performance in the title role of MRS. HENDERSON PRESENTS. She has been nominated for no less than twelve BAFTA Awards, winning eight, and has more than fifty nominations and wins for other awards in the USA and UK for her work on screen.

Her television work was most recently recognized by the Golden Globe Award for "Last Of The Blond Bombshells” (2000); and recent stage accolades include 1999 Tony Award for Amy's View on Broadway.

 having appeared in GOLDEN EYE, TOMORROW NEVER DIES, THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH and DIE ANOTHER DAY. Other recent film credits include TEA WITH MUSSOLINI, THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST and PRIDE AND PREJUDICE. She recently appeared alongside Dame Maggie Smith in Charles Dance's well-received directorial debut LADIES IN LAVENDER.

In 1970 Judi Dench was awarded the Order of the British Empire, and in 1998 became a Dame of the British Empire.


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