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Julie Walters Net Worth

Julie Walters Net Worth is
$2 Million

Julie Walters Biography

Julie Walters Net Value: Julie Walters can be an English celebrity and writer who includes a net value of $2 million. Born in Edgbaston, Birmingham, England, in 1950, Julie Walters began employed in the insurance sector before her 16th birthday. Shortly, she discovered nursing before departing the field to review performing and English at Manchester Metropolitan University. Through the mid-’70s, she started dealing with Liverpool’s Everyman Theatre Firm. She appeared in a number of on-stage productions prior to making her on-display screen debut in a 1975 bout of “Second Town Firsts”. Furthermore, Julie Walters became successful of a Golden World award and a BAFTA Award. Julie Walters was also showing up in the well-known Harry Potter films, where she performed the function of Molly Weasley. Walters gained an Oscar Nomination for Greatest Actress for the component in the 1983 film. She starred contrary Michael Caine, and gained a BAFTA Award and a Golden World Award on her behalf performance. General, she appeared in 7 out of 8 movies of Harry Potter. She starred in the “Harry Potter” franchise as Molly Weasley, appearing atlanta divorce attorneys film aside from “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”. Walters was nominated on her behalf second Academy Award for “Billy Elliot”. Her newer credits include “Calendar Young ladies”, “Prior to the Course”, “Generating Lessons”, “The Ruby in the Smoke cigarettes”, “Mamma Mia! In 2000 she made an appearance in a film known as “Billy Elliot” and on her behalf function in it the celebrity was nominated on her behalf second Academy Award, but this time around it had been in the group of Best Supporting Celebrity. She published her initial novel, “Maggie’s Tree”, in 2006. In 1999, she earned Purchase of the British Empire honors. Walters provides been wedded to her hubby, Grant Roffey, since 1997, though that they had been dating for a lot longer. She provided birth to their girl, Maisie, in 1988. We estimated annual income around $5,882,353


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Quick Facts

Full NameJulie Walters
Net Worth$2 Million
Date Of BirthFebruary 22, 1950
Height1.6 m
ProfessionVoice Actor, Author
EducationHolly Lodge High School, Manchester Metropolitan University, Fort Street High School
NationalityAustralian
SpouseGrant Roffey
ChildrenMaisie Mae Roffey
ParentsMary Bridget O'Brien, Thomas Walters
SiblingsKevin Walters, Tom Walters
Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/chancewatersmusic
AwardsBAFTA Fellowship, BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role, BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, British Academy Television Award for Best Actress, British Independent Film Award – The Richard Harris Award, International Emmy Award for Best Actress, British Academy Television Special Award, Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress, The British Comedy Academy Outstanding Achievement Award
NominationsAcademy Award for Best Actress, Academy Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, British Independent Film Award for Best Supporting Actress, British Academy Television Award for Best Entertainment Performance, Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, The British Independent Film Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a British Independent Film, Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role, European Film Award for Best Actress, Satellite Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film, Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film, BAFTA Award for Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles, Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress – Comedy or Musical, National Television Award for Most Popular Actress, Laurence Olivier Award for Best Comedy Performance, Satellite Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical, British Academy Television Award for Best Comedy Performance, Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress – Drama, Laurence Olivier Award for Actress of the Year in a New Play, British Comedy Award for the Best TV Comedy Actress
MoviesMamma Mia!, Billy Elliot, Educating Rita, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Brooklyn, Calendar Girls, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2, Brave, Paddington, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1, Driving Lessons, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Personal Services, Becoming Jane, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Stepping Out, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, One Chance, The Harry Hill Movie, Effie Gray, A Short Stay in Switzerland, Gnomeo & Juliet, Prick Up Your Ears, Car Trouble, Intimate Relations, Buster, Strange Relations, Titanic Town, Wah-Wah, Mickybo and Me, Before You Go, Ahead of the Class, Pat and Margaret, Sister My Sister, Girls' Night, Just like a Woman, Lover's Prayer, Dreamchild, Mack the Knife, Justin and the Knights of Valour, Wide-Eyed and Legless, The Ruby in the Smoke, Oliver Twist, Mo, She'll Be Wearing Pink Pyjamas, Killing Dad or How to Love Your Mother, Filth: The Mary Whitehouse Story, Me! I’m Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Victoria Wood's Mid Life Christmas, Murder
TV ShowsIndian Summers, Dinnerladies, Victoria Wood As Seen On TV, Wood and Walters, Acorn Antiques, Boys from the Blackstuff, Jake's Progress, G.B.H., The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Empire Road, Talking Heads, Screen One, BBC2 Playhouse, Victoria Wood, The Canterbury Tales, Happy Since I Met You, Theatre Night, The Jury II


Interesting Facts

#Fact
1 Credits Michael Caine as her favorite acting mentor/best friend.
2 Had praised her mentor Michael Caine for her humble beginnings as an actor.
3 Her acting mentor is Michael Caine.
4 Daughter of Thomas Walters (1909-1971) and Mary Bridget Walters (née O'Brien) (1915-1989).
5 In January 2016, she presented the tomosynthesis machine at Royal Surrey County Hospital during a special ceremony. The tool is new 3D breast screening equipment, which is better at detecting cancerous tumours than traditional breast imaging.
6 In 2014, she was the subject of an hour-long in-depth TV special commissioned by BBC Two, Julie Walters: A Life on Screen (2014). It aired Christmas Eve and was seen by 1.74 million people.
7 Had minor qualms before filming her nude scene for Calendar Girls (2003), because it highlights her least favorite part of her body; Her shoulders.
8 Filmed three films back-to-back all co-starring frequent collaborator Jim Broadbent; The Harry Hill Movie (2013), Paddington (2014) and Brooklyn (2015).
9 Collaborated with director Lewis Gilbert on three films: Educating Rita (1983), Stepping Out (1991) and Before You Go (2002).
10 Had a near-death experience on a vacation in Corfu, when she was swimming to a rock off the coast where a lot of people were sunbathing. A storm whipped up and in the midst of the ocean she felt too exhausted to finalize her swim to the rock. She thought it was her final moments until a man nearby man pulled her out.
11 Mary Norton's children's book "The Borrowers" is her favorite novel.
12 Her daughter's illness drew a lot of media attention. Several fabricated stories were created and photographers camped out on their private property. Eventually, Walters decided to go public about Maisie's illness and auctioned an exclusive interview for which a London newspaper paid $30,000 the fee went straight to the Royal Marsden's children's unit. The interview gained Walters a lot of sympathy and she was even approached by Princess Diana who asked about her daughter's wellbeing.
13 Her husband Grant Roffey has worked variously as an AA man, a long-distance lorry driver and as a sociology student.
14 Had no previous experience with ballet before she performed the teacher in Billy Elliot (2000). Admittedly, while filming, she went through menopause and hereby struggled with the moves and hot sweats. She even compared herself with the hippopotamus from Fantasia (1940).
15 In a 2001 survey by Orange, sponsors of the Bafta awards, she was voted the most popular female star in the UK. She and Sean Connery were subsequently voted the on-screen collaboration most desired to happen. Walters herself was in a Sean Connery fan club when she was young.
16 Spent seven years developing her novel 'Maggie's Tree'.
17 Claims to be occasionally confused with Jane Seymour, Judi Dench and Julie Andrews.
18 Hosted the opening of the new breast unit at Birmingham's Women's Hospital in December 2002.
19 A popular guest on The Graham Norton Show (2007). She became the most ubiquitous guest in 2015, when she visited the show three times within one year. Among her many infamous moments on the show, she has performed rap music in front of rappers Tinie Tempah and 50 Cent and felt also felt the bullet wound on the latter's tongue.
20 Was expelled from Holly Lodge Grammar School, at a young age, due to misbehavior.
21 Ranked amongst the 30 most powerful women in British TV and radio, in a 2014 list drawn up by the Radio Times.
22 Took a seven year long break from acting in theatre, mostly in order to offer time to her ill daughter.
23 Started playing the ukulele when she was three years old.
24 Made her stage debut in a school play production of A Midsummer Night's Dream in 1962.
25 Has worked with two of her on-screen sons from the 'Harry Potter' series, outside of the franchise: She portrayed Rupert Grint's mother in Driving Lessons (2006) and co-starred with Domhnall Gleeson in Brooklyn (2015).
26 The "Waterloo" sequence in Mamma Mia! (2008) was her favorite scene to film during the production.
27 Has turned down Hollywood several times. After her breakout role in Educating Rita (1983) she was given an agent in the US and offered several scripts. However, she disliked most of them and decided on a career in the UK, which focused on stage plays and television projects. It wasn't until the new millennium that she began pursuing film roles and appeared in several movies that were box office hits in her native UK, such as Billy Elliot (2000), Calendar Girls (2003) and Mamma Mia! (2008).
28 Appears in three of the five highest grossing British films at the UK box office; Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001), Mamma Mia! (2008) and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011). She is the only performer to achieve this feat.
29 With her husband, she owns an organic farm in West Sussex.
30 Around 2010, she briefly considered the possibility of retiring, until Nicholas Hytner at the National Theatre sent her the script of Stephen Beresford's debut play The Last of the Haussmans, offering her the role of a former hippie in old age.
31 She passed on Sharon Stone's part in King Solomon's Mines (1985).
32 Burt Reynolds personally offered her Candice Bergen's part in Stick (1985), but she turned it down because she disliked the script.
33 Her autobiography, "That's Another Story", secured her a record-breaking £1.6 million advance from her publisher.
34 In 2010, she achieved the rare feat of being nominated against herself in the Bafta Best Actress category, when she was double nominated for both Mo (2010) and A Short Stay in Switzerland (2009).
35 Married her husband after an 11-year long relationship.
36 Beat out Lesley Nicol for the part of Molly Weasley in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001).
37 Suffers from yeast allergy.
38 Her most important performing college was Liverpool's Everyman Theatre in the mid-1970s, where she met Willy Russell, who created Educating Rita (1983) for her, and Alan Bleasdale, who wrote her a part in his television series Boys from the Blackstuff (1982).
39 Wished to keep her wand from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011), but left it behind when several people told her that keeping the props was not allowed. However, by the time of the film's release she discovered that many of her co-stars kept several props from the production.
40 Before she played the main character in Educating Rita (1983), she originated the role in Royal Shakespeare Company's West End stage production in 1980. However, when the film adaptation began production she wasn't considered bankable enough for the part and the producers considered replacing her with Dolly Parton. Walters was eventually given the part after Michael Caine was cast and she went on to receive her first Oscar nomination for the part.
41 Sports seven different hairstyles throughout Educating Rita (1983).
42 Based her eccentric performance in Paddington (2014) on her make-up artist from the production.
43 Featured in all the Harry Potter films, but one; The fourth entry, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005), in which her character was cut from the script, due to a script of excessive length. Walters was admittedly hurt by the exclusion but delighted to returned for the fifth installment.
44 Has portrayed two witches; Molly Weasley in seven 'Harry Potter' films and The Witch in Brave (2012).
45 Peter Morgan wrote the female barrister role in The Jury (2002) with Walters in mind.
46 Injured herself whilst filming the "Dancing Queen" musical sequence in Mamma Mia! (2008), by tripping over some rocks on a cobbled street. According to Meryl Streep, Walters "soldiered on" and completed the scene.
47 Auditioned for a part in Dance with a Stranger (1985), but Miranda Richardson was cast instead.
48 In 2009, she received a star in the Birmingham Walk of Stars on Birmingham's Golden Mile, Broad Street.
49 Shaved her head for her role in Mo (2010). She never went out in public with a shaven head: the costume department made her a wig so that she could look like herself again.
50 Niece of Martin John. Niece of Joe John. Granddaughter of Patrick Walters.
51 Sister-in-law of Jill Walters.
52 She now holds more BAFTAs than any other actress. Six competition award BAFTAs, one special award for television in 2003, and the fellowship in 2014.
53 Daughter of Thomas Walters (b. 1909). Sister of Tom Walters and Kevin Walters.
54 Gave birth to her only child at age 38 by Caesarean section (due to her diabetes), a daughter Maisie Mae Roffey on April 26, 1988. Child's father is her boyfriend (now husband), Grant Roffey.
55 Despite playing her mother on Dinnerladies (1998), Walters was only 3 years older than Victoria Wood.
56 Former girlfriend of Pete Postlethwaite.
57 Confessed in a British magazine interview that the worst job she ever had was testing ill people's stools.
58 She was awarded the C.B.E. (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2008 Queen's New Years Honors List for her services to drama.
59 A former boyfriend of Julie's noticed her acting ability and encouraged her to pursue an acting career. He later proposed marriage to her but she turned him down, having finally discovered her vocation in life and realising that marriage at that point would have held her back
60 Julie's birth was complicated, the umbilical cord was wrapped round her neck and a priest was actually called to give both mother and baby the Last Rites. Miraculously she was delivered safely and survived.
61 Julie's child Maisie was stricken with leukemia at the age of two. The girl miraculously recovered and inspired Walters to write the book "Baby Talk" in 1990.
62 Julie's strong-minded mother, who wished a nursing career for her daughter, was openly upset by Julie's switch of professions to acting. When her mother died in 1989, Walters found among her possessions a box stuffed with newspaper clippings that had recorded Julie's many successes.
63 She was awarded the Laurence Olivier Theatre Award in 2001 (2001 season) for Best Actress for her performance in "All My Sons" at the Royal National Theatre, Cottesloe.
64 She was awarded an O.B.E (Officer of the Order of the British Empire)in the 1999 Queen's Birthday Honors List for her services to drama.
65 She ranked first in the 2001 Orange Film Survey of Greatest British Films actresses.
66 Born at 3:00pm-BST


Trademarks

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Quotes

#Quote
1 [on her BAFTA nomination for Brooklyn (2015)] What a wonderful surprise, thrilled to be nominated. And proud to be included alongside these great women and their powerful performances.
2 [on Billy Elliot (2000)] I was very touched by it. It's moving on all sorts of levels. It was a diamond in the sand. Different from all the middle-of-the-road crap that I get sent. I loved the character, and the fact that she was disappointed on every level possible. She was so grim and jaded. Her relationship with the boy was so unusual: she was so unmaternal, and he's a boy without a mother. She treated him not like a child, but more like a lover, a man. I found that very interesting.
3 [on how she keeps love alive] We can be romantic. Not soppy, though! We always leave notes for one another if I get in late or he has to get up early. And he brings me flowers every week. Sometimes I will leave a little note on his pillow if I'm going away. But even when I'm home we leave each other notes. Love is the most important thing to me in my life. It really is what makes the world go round.
4 [on Pete Postlethwaite] He was such an important part of my youth. I think you learn from one another without realising it - we certainly sparked off one another acting-wise in the early days. He played Coriolanus at the Everyman and I played his wife. His performance was amazing, terrifyingly on the edge, I've never seen anything like it before or since. We hadn't kept in touch in later years, but my heart really goes out to his family. He was such a massive presence wherever he went, that for them to have lost him.
5 Saoirse Ronan, she is amazing. She makes me feel like I should go to drama school, really.
6 Art should reflect society but that's not going to happen if there's no funding for working class kids - like I was - to follow their passion. In acting, I certainly think we could end up with too many posh people, the only people who can afford to go to drama school, and that all the working class roles will be taken by posh people pretending to be working class, like it used to be before the Sixties. Not that there will be many new working class roles because there won't be any working class writers and the society we'll live in won't be represented. If I was starting out today, I would never have been able to afford to go to drama school.
7 [on Mamma Mia! (2008)] I thought my acting was terrible in the film; so bad! I sprained my ankle during Dancing Queen and Meryl Streep went mad. She was calling for ice, calling for the nurse, she really looked after me. I was massively intimidated before I met her, because I hold her in such high esteem, but she's very down-to-earth, a good woman.
8 I think there was a breakthrough period where I did Educating Rita (1983) and Victoria Woods work very close together. I'd just started to be known through Victoria's stuff with Wood and Walters, which came out very close to 'Educating Rita'. It was quite a grand slam in a way for me, really useful for me doing those two things. And at the same time I started to do something with Alan Bennett, I did a play with Alan Bennett in it on television, and also Boys from the Blackstuff (1982). It all came out in a short space of time.
9 [on her part in the Harry Potter films]It was so sad when I finished. It wasn't a very big part, but it was going in every year to the same group of people. I just loved it and it's rare you have that kind of structure in your life as an actor.
10 [on Gnomeo & Juliet (2011)] When someone offers you a part in a film where Romeo and Juliet are played by gnomes, you can't really turn it down. You only ever see my character's legs in the film - lovely tree stumps they are too - and I'll admit, by the end of the film I was so moved I started crying. I thought to myself, "Julie, pull yourself together - they're gnomes for goodness sake!
11 All long-term relationships are going to hit rocky patches, but you have to talk things through and forgive your partner, just for being human, I suppose. Being with another actor wouldn't have worked for me because you'd never escape the business, which would make it difficult to find out who you really are. Also, because we have such different working lives, we're constantly interested in what the other person is doing. Being with someone who isn't in the industry gives me a fresh outlook and as grounding as he's been for me, I think I've grounded him, too.
12 I was given an agent and taken under the wing of Columbia Pictures after Educating Rita (1983) came out. They arranged all sorts of interviews, but nothing ever came of it. I just felt that the best writing and talent was in the UK. The stuff I was getting was c**p...well, not c**p, but just stuff I didn't want to do. After all, the best American material is always going to go to the best American actors.
13 [on Paddington (2014)] I asked friends who'd read the books as a child to share their memories. I grilled my husband about Mrs Bird and he said, 'Well, she was very stern, but you knew that she was loving.' I remember thinking, That's a difficult one
14 [on Paddington (2014)]: It gives out a really positive message about inclusion and tolerance. He's a refugee, basically. Peter Capaldi's plays the neighbour and he says, 'Before long the street will be crawling with them. Let one in'. It's all the old cliched prejudices about people coming into the country.
15 [on her mother's support of her film career] It wasn't until after she died and I was clearing out her flat that I found a huge pile of newspaper articles she had kept about me, She had been cataloguing my career, but it just wasn't the sort of thing she would say - although when she came to the premiere of Educating Rita (1983) she pointed me out to a policeman and said, "That's my daughter", so I think she must have been proud.
16 [on her autobiography] I wrote every single word of it and I loved the process, but I kind of ended the book before my career really took off. 'm not really interested in writing about my career because you have to be honest, and you can't exactly write, "So-and-so was a right little s***." I mean, that wouldn't be right, would it?
17 People imagine a huge pile of scripts and it's not like that. But I get a decent trickle of stuff. Most of it, I don't want to do any more, either because it's like something I've done before or simply because I'm older now, so I don't have that same drive to keep going.
18 British films bring a lot of revenue into this country and should be supported. Our special effects are the best in the world, thanks to the Harry Potter films, which we made in Britain with a British cast and crew. They weren't Americanised and are total proof of how great we Brits are at film.
19 I did impersonations of everyone in the family and the teachers at school because I didn't know how to do anything else, but I was educated by nuns in my junior school and they were HEAVY.
20 [In a 1984 interview] (I) would never do Shakespeare again unless it was with a director I trusted. People get more out of reading Shakespeare than they do seeing a terrible production.
21 [on Educating Rita (1983)] I thought I was dreadful in it. When I first saw the film, I said, 'Oh God, it's awful. And I'm awful in it.' I went straight to the toilets and started crying. When our lovely director, Lewis Gilbert, was talking about possible Oscar nods I genuinely thought he was mad. I did meet Sean Connery at the premiere, though. I had a crush on him as a teenager and he walked past me and slapped me on the bum. It was really funny.
22 Back then, it was still possible for a working-class kid like me to study drama because I got a grant. But the way things are now, there aren't going to be any working class actors. I look at almost all the up-and-coming names and they're from the posh schools. Don't get me wrong ... they're wonderful. It's just a shame those working-class kids aren't coming through. When I started, 30 years ago, it was the complete opposite.
23 I don't like the future sewn up. I like an open book - the feeling that anything can happen.
24 I was asked about doing a nude shoot for men's magazine GQ. I thought it was the funniest thing I'd ever heard.
25 It's bloody great to get to fifty-five. I've never been bothered about people knowing how old I am.
26 Self worth is everything. Without it life is a misery.
27 When I think of the future, I think of doing my washing so I've something to wear tomorrow.


Pictures

All Julie Walters pictures

Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2014 Academy Fellowship BAFTA Awards BAFTA Television
2013 BTVA Feature Film Voice Acting Award Behind the Voice Actors Awards Best Female Vocal Performance in a Feature Film Brave (2012)
2013 Richard Harris Award British Independent Film Awards
2011 Broadcasting Press Guild Award Broadcasting Press Guild Awards Best Actress Mo (2010)
2011 Emmy International Emmy Awards Best Performance by an Actress Mo (2010)
2010 BAFTA TV Award BAFTA Awards Best Actress Mo (2010)
2010 Golden Nymph Monte-Carlo TV Festival Television Films - Best Performance by an Actress Mo (2010)
2009 Movies for Grownups Award AARP Movies for Grownups Awards Best Supporting Actress Mamma Mia! (2008) Christine Baranski
2009 Emmy International Emmy Awards Best Performance by an Actress A Short Stay in Switzerland (2009)
2008 Dilys Powell Award London Critics Circle Film Awards
2006 Silver St. George Moscow International Film Festival Best Actress Driving Lessons (2006)
2005 TV Quick Award TV Quick Awards, UK Best Actress Ahead of the Class (2005)
2004 BAFTA TV Award BAFTA Awards Best Actress Canterbury Tales (2003)
2004 Broadcasting Press Guild Award Broadcasting Press Guild Awards Best Actress Canterbury Tales (2003)
2003 BAFTA TV Award BAFTA Awards Best Actress Murder (2002)
2003 RTS Television Award Royal Television Society, UK Best Actor - Female Murder (2002)
2002 BAFTA TV Award BAFTA Awards Best Actress My Beautiful Son (2001)
2001 BAFTA Film Award BAFTA Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role Billy Elliot (2000)
2001 Empire Award Empire Awards, UK Best British Actress Billy Elliot (2000)
2001 Evening Standard British Film Award Evening Standard British Film Awards Best Actress Billy Elliot (2000)
2001 ALFS Award London Critics Circle Film Awards British Actress of the Year Billy Elliot (2000)
1984 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical Educating Rita (1983)
1984 BAFTA Film Award BAFTA Awards Best Actress Educating Rita (1983)

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016 BAFTA Film Award BAFTA Awards Best Supporting Actress Brooklyn (2015)
2015 British Independent Film Award British Independent Film Awards Best Supporting Actress Brooklyn (2015)
2015 PFCS Award Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards Best Actress in a Supporting Role Brooklyn (2015)
2015 Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television Indian Summers (2015)
2012 Gold Derby Award Gold Derby Awards Ensemble Cast Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011) Jim Broadbent

Helena Bonham Carter

Robbie Coltrane

Tom Felton

Rupert Grint

Ralph Fiennes

Michael Gambon

Ciarán Hinds

Jason Isaacs

Matthew Lewis

Evanna Lynch

Kelly Macdonald

Helen McCrory

Daniel Radcliffe

Alan Rickman

Maggie Smith

David Thewlis

Emma Watson
2011 RTS Television Award Royal Television Society, UK Best Actor (Female) Mo (2010)
2010 BAFTA TV Award BAFTA Awards Best Actress A Short Stay in Switzerland (2009)
2010 Broadcasting Press Guild Award Broadcasting Press Guild Awards Best Actress A Short Stay in Switzerland (2009)
2010 RTS Television Award Royal Television Society, UK Best Actor (Female) A Short Stay in Switzerland (2009)
2009 Broadcasting Press Guild Award Broadcasting Press Guild Awards Best Actress Filth: The Mary Whitehouse Story (2008)
2009 Golden Nymph Monte-Carlo TV Festival Television Films - Best Performance by an Actress A Short Stay in Switzerland (2009)
2009 OFTA Film Award Online Film & Television Association Best Music, Adapted Song Mamma Mia! (2008) Björn Ulvaeus (music and lyrics by)

Benny Andersson (music and lyrics by)

Stig Anderson (lyrics by)

Meryl Streep (performed by)

Christine Baranski (performed by)
2008 Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Actress in a Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television Filth: The Mary Whitehouse Story (2008)
2006 RTS Television Award Royal Television Society, UK Best Actor - Female Ahead of the Class (2005)
2006 Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical Driving Lessons (2006)
2004 Empire Award Empire Awards, UK Best British Actress Calendar Girls (2003)
2004 ALFS Award London Critics Circle Film Awards British Actress of the Year Calendar Girls (2003)
2004 Golden Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Actress in a Supporting Role, Comedy or Musical Calendar Girls (2003)
2003 British Comedy Award British Comedy Awards Best TV Comedy Actress Canterbury Tales (2003)
2003 PFCS Award Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards Best Acting Ensemble Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002) Kenneth Branagh

John Cleese

Robbie Coltrane

Warwick Davis

Richard Griffiths

Rupert Grint

Richard Harris

Jason Isaacs

Daniel Radcliffe

Alan Rickman

Fiona Shaw

Maggie Smith

Emma Watson
2002 National Television Award National Television Awards, UK Most Popular Actress My Beautiful Son (2001)
2001 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Actress in a Supporting Role Billy Elliot (2000)
2001 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture Billy Elliot (2000)
2001 CFCA Award Chicago Film Critics Association Awards Best Supporting Actress Billy Elliot (2000)
2001 DFWFCA Award Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards Best Supporting Actress Billy Elliot (2000)
2001 OFTA Film Award Online Film & Television Association Best Supporting Actress Billy Elliot (2000)
2001 Golden Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role, Drama Billy Elliot (2000)
2001 Actor Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role Billy Elliot (2000)
2001 Actor Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by the Cast of a Theatrical Motion Picture Billy Elliot (2000) Jamie Bell

Jamie Draven

Gary Lewis
2000 British Independent Film Award British Independent Film Awards Best Actress Billy Elliot (2000)
2000 European Film Award European Film Awards European Actress Billy Elliot (2000)
1999 BAFTA TV Award BAFTA Awards Best Comedy Performance Dinnerladies (1998)
1999 IFTA Award Irish Film and Television Awards Best Actor in a Female Role Titanic Town (1998)
1994 BAFTA TV Award BAFTA Awards Best Actress Screen One (1985)
1992 BAFTA Film Award BAFTA Awards Best Actress in a Supporting Role Stepping Out (1991)
1988 BAFTA Film Award BAFTA Awards Best Actress Personal Services (1987)
1987 BAFTA TV Award BAFTA Awards Best Light Entertainment Performance Victoria Wood: As Seen on TV (1985)
1984 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Actress in a Leading Role Educating Rita (1983)
1984 BAFTA Film Award BAFTA Awards Most Outstanding Newcomer to Film Educating Rita (1983)
1983 BAFTA TV Award BAFTA Awards Best Actress Boys from the Blackstuff (1982)

2nd Place Awards

2nd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2000 BSFC Award Boston Society of Film Critics Awards Best Supporting Actress Billy Elliot (2000)


Filmography

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool 2017 post-production Bella Turner
Paddington 2 2017 post-production Mrs Bird
National Treasure 2016 TV Mini-Series Marie
Indian Summers 2015-2016 TV Mini-Series Cynthia / Cynthia Coffin
Brooklyn 2015 Mrs Kehoe
Paddington 2014 Mrs Bird
Effie Gray 2014 Mrs. Ruskin
The Harry Hill Movie 2013 Nan
Justin and the Knights of Valour 2013 Gran (voice)
One Chance 2013 Yvonne
The Legend of Mor'du 2012 Video short The Witch (voice)
The Hollow Crown 2012 TV Series Mistress Quickly
Brave 2012 The Witch (voice)
The Jury 2011 TV Mini-Series Emma Watts Q.C.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 2011 Molly Weasley
Gnomeo & Juliet 2011 Miss Montague (voice)
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 2010 Molly Weasley
Mo 2010 TV Movie Mo Mowlam
Mid Life Christmas 2009 TV Movie Bo Beaumont Mrs. Overall
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince 2009 Molly Weasley
A Short Stay in Switzerland 2009 TV Movie Dr Anne Turner
Mamma Mia! 2008 Rosie
Filth: The Mary Whitehouse Story 2008 TV Movie Mary Whitehouse
Mamma Mia: Deleted Scenes 2008 Video short Rosie (uncredited)
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix 2007 Mrs. Weasley
Becoming Jane 2007 Mrs. Austen
Masterpiece Classic 2006 TV Series Mrs. Holland
The Ruby in the Smoke 2006 TV Movie Mrs Holland
Acorn Antiques: The Musical 2006 Video Bo Beaumont Mrs Overall (Not Bingo Nights)
Driving Lessons 2006 Evie
Jake's Progress: Original Start 2006 Video short Julie Diadoni (uncredited)
Wah-Wah 2005 Gwen Traherne
Ahead of the Class 2005 TV Movie Marie Stubbs
Mickybo and Me 2004 Mickybo's Ma
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban 2004 Mrs. Molly Weasley
Calendar Girls: Deleted Scenes 2004 Video short Annie
The Return 2003 TV Movie Lizzie Hunt
Canterbury Tales 2003 TV Mini-Series Beth
Calendar Girls 2003 Annie
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 2002 Mrs Weasley
Before You Go 2002 Teresa
Murder 2002 TV Movie Angela Maurer
Strange Relations 2001 TV Movie Sheila Fitzpatrick
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone 2001 Mrs. Weasley
Lover's Prayer 2001 Princess Zasyekin
Billy Elliot 2000 Mrs Wilkinson
Dinnerladies 1998-2000 TV Series Petula
Wetty Hainthropp Investigates 1999 TV Short Agnes
Oliver Twist 1999 TV Mini-Series Mrs. Mann
Jack and the Beanstalk 1998 TV Movie Fairy Godmother
Talking Heads 2 1998 TV Mini-Series Marjory
Titanic Town 1998 Bernie McPhelimy
Girls' Night 1998 Jackie
Bathtime 1997 Short Miss Gideon
Melissa 1997 TV Mini-Series Paula Hepburn
Brazen Hussies 1996 TV Movie Maureen Hardcastle
Intimate Relations 1996 Marjorie
Jake's Progress 1995 TV Mini-Series Julie Diadoni / Julie
Little Red Riding Hood 1995 TV Movie Little Red Riding Hood / Grandma
Screen One 1993-1994 TV Series Alice / Pat Bedford / Diana Longden
Sister My Sister 1994 Madame Danzard
Requiem Apache 1994 TV Movie Mrs. Capstan
Screen Two 1984-1993 TV Series Monica / Mavis
Victoria Wood's All Day Breakfast 1992 TV Movie Various characters
Just Like a Woman 1992 Monica
Stepping Out 1991 Vera
G.B.H. 1991 TV Mini-Series Mrs. Murray
Killing Dad or How to Love Your Mother 1990 Judith
Victoria Wood 1989 TV Series Joy-Ann / Pam / Nicola
Mack the Knife 1989 Mrs. Peachum
Buster 1988 June
Talking Heads 1988 TV Mini-Series Lesley
Acorn Antiques 1987 Video Mrs. Overall
Victoria Wood: As Seen on TV 1985-1987 TV Series Mrs. Overall / Margery / Actress / ...
Theatre Night 1987 TV Series Lulu
Prick Up Your Ears 1987 Elsie Orton
Personal Services 1987 Christine Painter
Car Trouble 1986 Jacqueline
The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 3/4 1985 TV Series Pauline Mole
Dreamchild 1985 Dormouse (voice)
She'll Be Wearing Pink Pyjamas 1985 Fran
Love and Marriage 1984 TV Series Bonnie
Educating Rita 1983 Rita
Objects of Affection 1982 TV Series June Potter
Play for Today 1978-1982 TV Series Valery (Night Nurse) / Debbie
Boys from the Blackstuff 1982 TV Mini-Series Angie Todd
Screenplay 1979-1981 TV Series Frances / Julie / Julie Stephens
BBC2 Playhouse 1981 TV Series Mrs. Morgan
Empire Road 1979 TV Series Jean Watson
Me! I'm Afraid of Virginia Woolf 1978 TV Movie Woman in Waiting Room
The Liver Birds 1977 TV Series Girl in surgery
Second City Firsts 1975 TV Series Terry

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Indian Summers 2015 TV Mini-Series performer - 1 episode
The Harry Hill Movie 2013 performer: "Blackpool!"
Mamma Mia! 2008 performer: "Money, Money, Money", "Chiquitita", "Super Trouper", "Dancing Queen", "Take A Chance On Me", "Waterloo"
Mack the Knife 1989 performer: "I Prefer Duet", "Ballad of Sexual Dependency", "Uncertainity of Human Condition"

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
'Billy Elliot': Breaking Free 2001 Video documentary short special thanks

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Artsnight 2016 TV Series Herself
The Secret Life of Sue Townsend (Aged 68 3/4) 2016 TV Movie documentary Herself - Narrator (voice)
Victoria Derbyshire 2016 TV Series Herself / Marie Finchley / Petula / ...
There's Something About Romcoms 2016 TV Movie documentary Herself - Narrator (voice)
Very British Problems 2015-2016 TV Series Herself - Narrator
Jimmy Hill: A Man for All Seasons 2016 TV Movie documentary Narrator (voice)
Let's Do It: A Tribute to Victoria Wood 2016 TV Movie documentary Herself / Various Characters
Brooklyn: Featurette 2016 Video short Herself / Mrs Kehoe
The EE British Academy Film Awards 2016 TV Special documentary Herself - Audience Member
A Grand Night In: The Story of Aardman 2015 TV Movie documentary Herself - Narrator (voice)
The Graham Norton Show 2012-2015 TV Series Herself / Herself - Guest
In Conversation 2015 TV Series documentary Herself
VE Day: Remembering Victory 2015 TV Movie documentary Herself - Narrator (voice)
The One Show 2008-2015 TV Series Herself / Herself - Guest
The EE British Academy Film Awards 2015 TV Special documentary Herself - Presenter: Outstanding Contribution to British Cinema
Julie Walters: A Life on Screen 2014 TV Movie documentary Herself / Various Characters
Who Do You Think You Are? 2014 TV Series documentary Herself / Various Characters
Arqiva British Academy Television Awards 2014 TV Special Herself
The Jonathan Ross Show 2013 TV Series Herself
This Morning 2006-2012 TV Series Herself
50 Greatest Harry Potter Moments 2011 TV Movie documentary Herself - Molly Weasley
In Conversation with Julie Walters 2011 Video documentary short Herself
Pete Postlethwaite: A Tribute 2011 TV Movie documentary Herself
The Jury: Emma Watts QC 2011 Video documentary short Herself / Emma Watts Q.C.
The Jury: The Jurors 2011 Video documentary short Herself / Emma Watts Q.C. (uncredited)
The Jury: The Legal Team 2011 Video documentary short Herself / Emma Watts Q.C.
Thora Hird Tribute 2011 TV Movie Herself / June Potter
Breakfast 2009-2010 TV Series Herself - Actress / Herself / Dr. Anne Turner
Paul O'Grady Live 2010 TV Series Herself
Mark Lawson Talks to... 2010 TV Series Herself
The British Academy Television Awards 2010 TV Movie documentary Herself
Face Booth 2010 TV Movie documentary Herself
Victoria Wood: Seen on TV 2009 TV Movie documentary Herself / Various Characters
Movie Connections 2009 TV Series documentary Herself
Julie Walters: 'Anne Wasn't a Victim' 2009 Video documentary short Herself / Dr. Anne Turner
Mamma Mia: The Making of Mamma Mia 2008 Video documentary short Herself / Rosie (uncredited)
Sunday AM 2008 TV Series Herself
GMTV 2008 TV Series Herself
Entertainment Tonight 2008 TV Series Herself
Mamma Mia: Outtakes 2008 Video short Herself / Rosie (uncredited)
The Comedy Map of Britain 2007 TV Series documentary Herself
Becoming Jane: Behind the Scenes 2007 Video documentary short Herself / Mrs. Austen
Becoming Jane: Deleted Scenes 2007 Video documentary short Mrs. Austen (uncredited)
Becoming Jane: Filming the Cricket Scene 2007 Video documentary short Herself / Mrs. Austen (uncredited)
Becoming Jane: Hair, Make-Up & Costume Design Featurette 2007 Video documentary short Herself / Mrs. Austen
Becoming Jane: Regency Dance Featurette 2007 Video documentary short Herself / Mrs. Austen
More Dawn French's Girls Who Do: Comedy 2006 TV Series documentary Herself
Tubridy Tonight 2006 TV Series Herself
Film '72 2000-2006 TV Series Herself
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson 2006 TV Series Herself
Friday Night with Jonathan Ross 2003-2006 TV Series Herself
Comedy Connections 2006 TV Series documentary Herself
Wogan Now & Then 2006 TV Series Herself
Dawn French's Girls Who Do: Comedy 2006 TV Series documentary Herself
The British Comedy Awards 2005 2005 TV Special Herself
Richard & Judy 2002-2005 TV Series Herself
Kelly 2005 TV Series Herself
Victoria Wood's Making of Acorn Antiques: The Musical! 2005 TV Movie Herself / Mrs Overall
Today with Des and Mel 2005 TV Series Herself
Parkinson 2000-2005 TV Series Herself
Victoria Wood: A BAFTA Tribute 2005 TV Movie Herself / Various Characters
Wah Wah in Swaziland 2005 Video documentary Herself / Gwen Traherne
Ministry of Mayhem 2004 TV Series Herself
The Return: Behind the Scenes 2004 Video documentary short Herself / Lizzie Hunt (uncredited)
The Return: On Set with Julie Walters 2004 Video documentary short Herself / Lizzie Hunt
'Calendar Girls': Creating the Calendar 2004 Video documentary short Herself / Annie
'Calendar Girls': The Naked Truth 2004 Video documentary short Herself / Annie
The BAFTA TV Awards 2004 2004 TV Movie documentary Herself
Julie Walters: A BAFTA Tribute 2003 TV Movie Herself
The British Comedy Awards 2003 2003 TV Special Herself
Interviews with Professors & More 2003 Video documentary short Herself
Comic Relief 2003: The Big Hair Do 2003 TV Special Herself
Phil Collins: A Life Less Ordinary 2002 TV Movie documentary Herself - Interviewee
Das große RTL Special zum Film 2002 TV Series Herself
The BAFTA TV Awards 2002 2002 TV Special Herself
Omnibus 1999-2001 TV Series documentary Herself / Various Characters
The Sketch Show Story 2001 TV Series documentary Herself / Various Characters
We Know Where You Live 2001 TV Movie Herself
'Billy Elliot': Breaking Free 2001 Video documentary short Herself
The 73rd Annual Academy Awards 2001 TV Special Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Comic Relief: Say Pants to Poverty 2001 TV Special Herself
The Orange British Academy Film Awards 2001 TV Special Herself
Victoria Wood: With All the Trimmings 2000 TV Special documentary Various Characters
Laughter in the House: The Story of British Sitcom 1999 TV Mini-Series documentary Herself / Narrator
Martine McCutcheon: This Is My Moment 1999 TV Movie documentary Narrator (voice)
Julie Walters Is an Alien in New York 1999 TV Movie Herself
The End of the Year Show 1998 TV Series Herself
Best of British 1998 TV Series Herself / Various Characters
Late Lunch 1998 TV Series Herself
The Man Who Would Be Caine 1998 TV Movie documentary Herself
Auntie's All-Time Greats 1996 TV Movie Herself - Presenter
The South Bank Show 1996 TV Series documentary Herself / Various Characters
The 49th Bafta Awards 1996 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Best Actor in a Motion Picture
Victoria Wood: Live in Your Own Home 1994 TV Movie documentary Herself - Audience Member (uncredited)
Late Night with Conan O'Brien 1994 TV Series Herself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 1994 TV Series Herself
Michael Caine: Breaking the Mold 1994 TV Movie documentary
Julie Walters and Friends 1991 TV Movie Herself / Various Characters
Wogan 1985-1991 TV Series Herself
Aspel & Company 1984-1990 TV Series Herself
An Audience with Victoria Wood 1988 TV Special documentary Herself - Questioner (uncredited)
This Is Your Life 1988 TV Series documentary Herself
BAFTA British Academy Awards 1988 TV Special Herself
Comic Relief 1988 TV Special Margery
Billy Connolly: An Audience with Billy Connolly 1985 TV Special Herself - Audience Member (uncredited)
Give Us a Clue 1985 TV Series Herself
Sunday, Sunday 1984 TV Series Herself
The Merv Griffin Show 1984 TV Series Herself
The 56th Annual Academy Awards 1984 TV Special documentary Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Leading Role
The 41st Annual Golden Globe Awards 1984 TV Special Herself - Host & Winner: Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy / Musical
Wood and Walters 1981-1982 TV Series Herself / Various Characters
The Theatre Quiz 1981 TV Series Herself - Panellist
Friday Night, Saturday Morning 1981 TV Series Herself
Occupy! 1976 Documentary Player in Everyman Theatre Company, Liverpool

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Brooklyn: Deleted Scenes 2016 Video short Mrs. Kehoe (uncredited)
Wogan: The Best Of 2015 TV Series Herself
Mark Lawson Talks to... 2015 TV Series Mrs. Overall / Annie
Britain's Best Loved Sitcoms 2015 TV Series documentary Herself / Petula
Harry Potter: The Making of Diagon Alley 2014 TV Special documentary Molly Weasley
Effie Gray: Interview with Dakota Fanning 2014 Video documentary short Mrs. Ruskin (uncredited)
Effie Gray: Interview with Emma Thompson 2014 Video documentary short Mrs. Ruskin (uncredited)
The Many Faces of... 2011-2013 TV Series documentary Annie / Herself / Rita
Victoria Wood's Nice Cup of Tea 2013 TV Mini-Series documentary Mrs. Overall
Who Do You Think You Are? 2012 TV Series documentary Mrs. Overall / Annie
The Graham Norton Show 2012 TV Series Herself
Tales of Television Centre 2012 TV Movie documentary Mrs. Overall (uncredited)
Vamos a por vosotros 2011 TV Movie Molly Weasley
My Favourite Joke 2011 TV Series Mrs. Overall
Visionado obligado 2011 TV Series Molly Weasley
30 Years of 'An Audience With...' 2010 TV Series documentary Herself - Audience Member
Breakfast 2010 TV Series Herself - Actress
Comedy Superstars 2010 2010 Video Bo Beaumont / Mrs. Overall (uncredited)
Beautiful People 2009 TV Series Mrs. Overall
Cynthia Payne: At the 'House of Cyn' 2007 Video documentary short Christine Painter (uncredited)
The South Bank Show 2007 TV Series documentary Herself / Various Characters
Jake's Progress: Interview 2006 Video documentary short Julie Diadoni (uncredited)
Melissa: Interview 2006 Video documentary short Paula Hepburn (uncredited)
Greatest TV Comedy Moments 2005 TV Movie documentary Mrs. Overall (uncredited)
Britain's Favourite Comedian 2004 TV Series Various Characters
Build a Scene 2003 Video documentary short Molly Weasley (uncredited)
Bourne to Dance 2001 TV Movie documentary
Night of a Thousand Faces 2001 TV Special Various
The Greatest 2001 TV Series documentary Mrs. Overall
Parkinson 2000 TV Series Spa Assistant / Pat
Comic Relief Presents the Pick of the Nose 1998 Video Margery (uncredited)
Chasing Rainbows - A Nation and Its Music 1986 TV Series documentary Housekeeper
The Glass Box 1985 TV Series Herself
Good Morning Britain 2016 TV Series Mrs. Overall
This Morning 2016 TV Series Herself / Comedy Role
Victoria Derbyshire 2016 TV Series Various Characters
Victoria Wood Obituary 2016 Video documentary short Herself
BBC News at Ten O'Clock 2016 TV Series Herself / Various Characters
Channel 4 News 2016 TV Series Friend
Newsnight 2016 TV Series Various Characters
RIP: Comedian Victoria Wood Passes Away at 62 2016 Video short Herself / Mrs Overall (uncredited)
Six O'Clock News 2016 TV Series Herself / Various Characters
Sky News: Live at Five 2016 TV Series Herself / Various Characters
Victoria Wood: Her Funniest Moments 2016 Video short Shop Assistant / Hairdresser (uncredited)
Victoria Wood's Funniest Moments 2016 Video short Mrs. Overall (uncredited)
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