LCT debut in Lerner & Loewe's My Fair Lady. Broadway: Medea (Tony Award), The Misanthrope (Tony, Drama Desk nominations), Abelard and Heloise (Tony nom.). Off-Broadway: Britannicus and Phaedra (BAM). National tour: Colette, King Lear. London theaters includes West End: Pygmalion (Mrs. Higgins, 2011/Eliza Doolittle, 1974), Honour, Suddenly, Last Summer, Follies, Heartbreak House, Night and Day, Macbeth, Abelard and Heloise; National Theatre: Macbeth, Phaedra, Humble Boy, Mother Courage and her Children, The Misanthrope, Jumpers; Almeida Theatre: Britannicus, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (also West End), Medea (also West End), Phaedra; and RSC: Twelfth Night, King Lear. Film: Breathe, The Honourable Rebel, The Hospital, The Painted Veil, Heidi, Parting Shots, A Good Man in Africa, Snow White, Evil Under the Sun, The Great Muppet Caper, A Little Night Music, Theatre of Blood, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, The Assassination Bureau, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Extensive TV credits include PBS Masterpiece’s “Victoria” (currently), “Game of Thrones” (three Emmy noms.), “Extras,” “Victoria & Albert” (Emmy nom.), “The Mrs. Bradley Mysteries,” “Rebecca” (Emmy Award), “Screen Two” (Cable Ace Award), “Mother Love” (BAFTA Award), “Bleak House,” “Diana,” “The Avengers.” Author: “No Turn Unstoned,” “So to the Land.” Owns a chateau in France and is a dry-fly fisherwoman who has caught a 24.5-pound salmon, which she considers her greatest achievement to date. Chancellor of Stirling University (1997–2007). Named a Commander of the British Empire in 1988 and a Dame of the British Empire in 1994.