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Born in England to a former actress and businessman father, PENELOPE WILTON (Jean Ainslie) moved to London when she was young and attended the Drama Centre. Acting since the early 1970s, her first love was the stage. Among the many honors for her stage work, Wilton has twice won the London Critics' Circle Award for Best Actress: in 1981 for Much Ado About Nothing and in 1993 for The Deep Blue Sea.

Wilton has appeared in several Masterpiece productions including "Country Matters,” "The Tale of Beatrix Potter,” "Wives and Daughters” and "Lucky Jim.” Other notable film and television projects include "The Borrowers,” IRIS, CALENDAR GIRLS, SHAUN OF THE DEAD, MATCH POINT, and "Doctor Who.”

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