MARCIA WARREN

MARCIA WARREN by Richard Holt
Photo: Richard Holt
SCOTT MARSHALL PARTNERS LTD
Holborn Studios, 49-50 Eagle Wharf Road, London, N1 7ED
Phone: 020-7637 4623
Fax: 020-7636 9728
E-mail: info@scottmarshall.co.uk
WWW: www.scottmarshall.co.uk
Location:
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'4" (162cm)
Weight:8st. 5lb. (53kg)
Playing Age:56 - 65 years
Appearance:White
Other:Equity
Eye Colour:Blue
Hair Colour:Blond(e)
Hair Length:Short
  

Credits:

Television Film Stage Further Credits
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Television
2018, Television, Mrs Boggle, AGATHA RAISIN, Company Pictures, Roberto Bangura
2018, Television, Audrey Green, DON'T FORGET THE DRIVER, Sister Pictures, Tim Kirkby
2018, Television, Alice, INSIDE NO. 9, BBC, David Kerr
2018, Television, Belinda Braun, MIDSOMER MURDERS, Bentley Productions, Matt Carter
2018, Television, Mrs Hoskins, NOT GOING OUT, Avalon Television, Jamie Rix
2017, Television, Violet, JOSH, BBC Three, David Schneider
2017, Television, Mrs. Agar, QUACKS, Lucky Giant, Andy De Emmony
2017, Television, Vivian, SHERLOCK IV: THE SIX THATCHERS, BBC, Rachel Talalay
2016, Television, Mrs. Peyton, LOVE, NINA (mini-series), Seesaw Films/BBC1, S J Clarkson
2016, Television, Barbara Wilcox, SEXY MURDER (mini-series), Roughcut TV, Cein McGillcuddy
2016, Television, Cary Grant's Mother, SKY ARTS PLAYHOUSE PRESENTS: URBAN MYTHS, Sky Arts, Geoff Sax
2015, Television, Dolly, CRACKANORY, Tiger Aspect, Richard Pengelly
2014, Television, Mrs Boggle, AGATHA RAISIN AND THE QUICHE OF DEATH, Sky, Geoff Sax
2014, Television, Olive, CASUALTY, BBC1, Michael Owen Morris
2014, Television, Penelope (series regular), VICIOUS II, ITV1, Ed Bye
2013, Television, Nanny Mo (series regular), EDGE OF HEAVEN, ITV1, John Henderson
2013, Television, EMOTIONAL FUSEBOX, Pico Pictures Ltd, Rachel Tunnard
2013, Television, Audrey Diggle, FATHER BROWN, BBC, Paul Gibson
2012, Television, Mrs Dobson (series regular), THE CAFE, Sky 1, Craig Cash
2012, Television, Penelope (series regular), VICIOUS I, ITV1, Ed Bye
2011, Television, CRICKLEWOOD GREATS, Peter Capaldi
2011, Television, Lillian Gwilt, DOCTORS, BBC, Dominic Keavey
2011, Television, Lillian, Doctors, BBC Television, Dominic Keavey
2011, Television, Betty, HOLBY CITY, BBC, Rob Evans
2011, Television, Mother, Life of Riley, BBC Television, Richard Boden
2011, Television, Christine Marks, NEW TRICKS, BBC, Robin Sheppard
2011, Television, Nora, SEMI DETACHED, BBC, Phil Mealey
2011, Television, Nora, Semi Detached, BBC Television, Phil Mealey
2011, Television, Mayors Wife, STARLINGS, Sky 1, Tony Dow
2011, Television, Mrs Oon & The Zoop, This Is Jinsy, Sky Television, Matt Lipsey
2010, Television, Mrs. Wiggins, CORONATION STREET, Granada, Colin Cant
2010, Television, Mrs Wiggins, Coronation Street: A Knight's Tale, ITV
2010, Television, Esma Cannon, Hattie, Angel Eye for BBC4, Dann Zeff
2010, Television, Mary Davis, Injustice, Injustice Productions for Greenlit, Colm McCarthy
2010, Television, Mother, Life of Riley, BBC Television, Richard Boden
2010, Television, Arnica, VICTORIA WOOD CHRISTMAS SPECIAL, BBC, Tony Dow
2009, Television, Marge Jeffries, DOCTORS, BBC, Ian Barber
2008, Television, Elsie, CONSUMING PASSION, BBC, Dan Zeff
2008, Television, Mrs Compton, KINGDOM II, ITV, Ed Hall
2008, Television, Mother, Life Of Riley, BBC Television, Martin Dennis
2008, Television, Old Dear, MARGARET THATCHER: THE LONG WALK TO FINCHLEY, BBC, Neil McCormack
2007, Television, Melissa Shrike, Midsomer Murders, Bentley Productions, Richard Holthouse
2007, Television, Mrs Williams, The Commander, La Plante Productions, Ashley Pearce
2006, Television, Mrs Lord, Housewife 49, ITV, Gavin Millar
2006, Television, Lady Ann Crump, Jam & Jerusalem, BBC Television, Jennifer Saunders
2005, Television, 20,000 Streets under the Sky, BBC Television, Simon Curtis
2005, Television, Audrey Giles, Doctors, BBC Television, Burt Caesar
2005, Television, Audrey Giles, DOCTORS: WHO'S BEEN SLEEPING IN MY BED?, BBC, Burt Caesar
2005, Television, Laura, Murder in Suburbia, Bob Biernan
2005, Television, Enid, Trial & Retribution, La Plante Productions, Tristram Powell
2004, Television, Granny, My Dads The Prime Minister 1 & 2, BBC Television, Juliet May
2003, Television, Grandma, MY DAD'S THE PRIME MINISTER II (2003-2005), BBC, Juliet May
2003, Television, Various (5 episodes from 1991-2003), THE BILL, Thames, Audrey Cooke
2002, Television, Inspector Lynley Mysteries, Brain Stirner
2002, Television, Marjorie And Gladys, ITV, Geoff Sax
2000, Television, Rosemary, Casualty, BBC Television, Tim Leandro
2000, Television, Rosemary Davies, CASUALTY, BBC, Tim Leandro
1998, Television, Angela Wakefield (series regular), DANGERFIELD, BBC, Jim Goddard, Rob Walker and others
1996, Television, UPPER HAND, Carlton, Michael Morris
1995, Television, SEARCHING, BBC, Robin Nash
1995, Television, SEPTEMBER SONG, Granada, Graham Harper
1994, Television, THE ALEXEI SAYLE SHOW, Noel Gay, Metin Huseyin
1992, Television, Dolly, CASUALTY, BBC, Michael Morris
1992, Television, Bunty, KEEPING UP APPEARANCES, BBC, Harold Snoad
1992, Television, Annie Smith, VIRTUAL MURDER, BBC, Peter Rose
1991, Television, Joyce Campbell, BOON (Special), Central, John Woods
1991, Television, MISS FLYN'S DAY OUT, BBC, James Runcie
1989, Television, BEHAVING BADLY, Channel 4, David Tucker
1986, Television, (4 Series), NO PLACE LIKE HOME, BBC, Robin Nash, Susan Belbin, Richard Boden
1986, Television, Lead, WE'LL THINK OF SOMETHING, Thames, John Howerd Davies
1984, Television, Lead, NOW AND THEN, LWT, Derrick Goodwin
Television, BRADLEY, Granada, Jamie Wynn
Television, FOLLIES, BBC, Gerald Scarfe
Television, I WOKE UP ONE MORNING, BBC, Robin Nash
Television, (2 Series), LEAVING, BBC, John Hobbs
Television, Nora, Semi-Detached, BBC Television
Television, THE WORLD OF J B PRIESTLY, Yorkshire, Mark Cullingham
Film
2016, Film, Lubliana, ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS: THE MOVIE, Ab Fab The Movie LTD, Mandie Fletcher
2014, Film, Elizabeth, FEAR OF WATER, KL Dream Productions, Kate Lane
2009, Feature Film, Adele, LEAP YEAR, Lef Productions, Anand Tucker
2006, Feature Film, Lingerie Manageress, LADY GODIVA, Jewson Productions, Vicky Jewson
2005, Feature Film, Miss Amies, THE ALTOGETHER, Establishment Films, Gavin Claxton
2005, Film, Sister Agatha, GOOD GIRL, BAD GIRL, Interaction, Sebastien Vigg
2004, Feature Film, Mrs Post, Mrs Palfrey at the Claremont, Claremont Films, Dan Ireland
2003, Film, Mother, Wolf, Ben Bannister
2002, Feature Film, Queen Of The Celts, Gladiatress, Mission Pictures, Brain Grant
2002, Feature Film, Mrs Dunganon, The Jealous God, North Country Pictures, Stephen Woodcock
2000, Feature Film, Lynette Fox-More, Unconditional Love, Outworld/New Line, P J Hogan
Film, CONSIDERED LOVE, Serendipity Films, Jonathan Newman
Film, Pauline Lewis, DON'T GET ME STARTED, Zenith, Arthur Ellis
Film, MR. LOVE, Warner Bros, Roy Battersby
Film, SOUTH BY SOUTH EAST, Red Rooster, Anthony Horowitz
Film, SPOTTERS, Peter Cattaneo
Stage
2014, Stage, Miss Furnival, BLACK COMEDY, Chichester Festival Theatre, Jamie Glover
2011, Stage, Mrs Wilberforce, LADYKILLERS, Gielgud Theatre/Liverpool Playhouse, Sean Foley
2010, Stage, Alice, REALLY OLD, LIKE 45, National Theatre, Anna Mackmin
2008, Stage, Jessica Tilehouse 2007-2008, THE SEA, Haymarket Theatre, Jonathan Kent
2006, Stage, Mrs Walker, ONCE IN A LIFETIME, Royal National Theatre, Ed Hall
2004, Stage, Joelle, THREE WOMEN, Riverside Studios
2004, Stage, Flora, WE HAPPY FEW, Gielgud Theatre, Trevor Nunn / Bill Kenwright
2004, Stage, WE HAPPY FEW, Malvern Theatre, Stephen Rayne, Imogen Stubbs
2003, Stage, ARSENIC AND OLD LACE, Strand Theatre, Mathew Francis
2003, Stage, Flora, WE HAPPY FEW, Little Fish, Stephen Rayne
2002, Stage, AUNTIE AND ME, Edinburgh Festival, Anna Mackmin
2002, Stage, Mercy *Olivier Winner: Best Supporting Actress, HUMBLE BOY, National Theatre & Gieldgud Th, John Caird
2001, Stage, Miss Shepherd, LADY IN A VAN, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Rachel Kavanaugh
2000, Stage, Grandmother/Annie, INFLAME, New Ambassadors Theatre, Anna Mackmin
1999, Stage, Gertrude Tate, GYM & TONIC (John Godber), Windsor/Bill Kenwright Ltd, Glen Watford
Stage, A FAMILY AFFAIR (CHEEK BY JOWL), Donmar Warehouse, D Donnellan
Stage, Harriet, A SMALL FAMILY BUSINESS, Alan Ayckbourn
Stage, ABSENT FRIENDS, Intercontinental, Robin Herford
Stage, Madam Acarti, BLITHE SPIRIT, Vaudeville, Peter Farrago
Stage, CALIFORNIA SWEET, Intercontinental, Roger Redfarn
Stage, FALSTAFF, Oxford Stage Co., Richard Williams
Stage, FAMILY AFFAIR, Cheek By Jowl, Declan Donnellan
Stage, HAMLET, Bristol Old Vic, Val May
Stage, HAMLET, Prospect, Bob Chetwyn
Stage, HAPPY FAMILIES, Theatre of Comedy, John Godber
Stage, HAPPY FAMILIES, West Yorks Playhouse, John Godber
Stage, Louise, JOKING APART, Globe, Alan Ayckbourn
Stage, LETTICE AND LOVAGE, Bill Kenwright, Glen Walford
Stage, Fay, LOOT, Bristol Old Vic, John DaVolpone
Stage, MAKE WAY FOR LUCIA (1995-1996), Theatre Royal Bath
Stage, MAKE WAY FOR LUCIA (1995-1996), Churchil Theatre, Bromley
Stage, MAKE WAY FOR LUCIA (TOUR), P.W. Productions, Alan Strachan
Stage, MAN OF THE WORLD, Prospect, John David
Stage, MEASURE FOR MEASURE, Bristol Old Vic, Tyrone Guthrie
Stage, (3 characters), MELTING HOUR, Michael Gambon
Stage, Isobel, NUDE WITH A VIOLIN, Manchester Royal, Marianne Elliot
Stage, PLAZA SUITE, Intercontinental, Chris Harris
Stage, Karen, Norma, Muriel, PLAZA SUITE, Bristol Old Vic, Chris Harris
Stage, Mrs Pearce (1996-1997), PYGMALION, Albery Theatre, Ray Cooney
Stage, RELATIVELY SPEAKING, Oxford Stage Co., Derrick Goodwin
Stage, ROMEO AND JULIET, Bristol Old Vic, Val May
Stage, Rachel, SEASONS GREETING, Apollo, Alan Ayckbourn
Stage, SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER, Leicester, Haymarket, Paul Kerryson
Stage, Vera - *Olivier Winner - Best Supporting Actress, STEPPING OUT, Duke of Yorks, Julia McKenzie
Stage, (4 Parts), SUBURBAN STRAINS, Roundhouse, Alan Ayckbourn
Stage, Margery Pinchwife, THE COUNTRY WIFE, Bristol Old Vic, Tony Cornish
Stage, THE DINING ROOM, Greenwich Theatre
Stage, Fanny Kemble, THE DRAMATIC ATTITUDES, Southampton, P Sandford
Stage, THE HOME SERVICE, Bloomsbury & Edinburgh Festival, A Davidson
Stage, THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING ERNEST, Royal Exchange, James Maxwell
Stage, THE KNICKERS (1991-1992), Lyric Theatre, London
Stage, Spoon, THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT WENT TO SEA, Westminster, John David
Stage, Rose, THE RECRUITING OFFICER, Bristol Old Vic, Dick Tuckey
Stage, Bridget, THE WEEKEND, Strand, Robin Lefevre
Stage, Jean, TONS OF MONEY, Alan Ayckbourn
Stage, Mom, TRUE WEST, Donmar Warehouse, Matthew Warchus
Stage, VISITING HOUR, Duke's Head, David Gillies
Further Credits
2017, Rehearsed Reading, Juliette, EXIT THE KING, National Theatre Studios, Patrick Marber
2016, Radio, Hetty, All Those Women II, BBC Radio 4, Katherine Jakeways
2014, Short Film, Jean, EMOTIONAL FUSEBOX, Pico Pictures, Rachel Tunnard

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Midwest, American-New England, American-New York, American-Standard, Birmingham, Bristol, Cockney, London, Manchester, RP, West Country, Yorkshire
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, French
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Ballet, Piano, Tap
Performance:Voice Over