Celia Imrie - Details


On television Celia Imrie is well known for her performances in Victoria Wood's highly acclaimed series and specials, "As Seen on TV", "Dinnerladies" and the award winning film "Pat and Margaret". She has also had lead roles in Ruth Rendell's "A Dark Adapted Eye", "The Riff-Raff Element", "Tom Jones", the role of Lady Groan in the BBC adaptation of "Gormenghast" and most recently Aunt Sadie in "Love in a Cold Climate" for the BBC.

Her feature film credits include Kenneth Branagh's "Frankenstein" and "In the Bleak Midwinter", "The Borrowers" and the role of Iris du Pré in "Hilary and Jackie".

Her theatre credits include "The Sea", at the Royal National Theatre with Dame Judi Dench for which she won the Clarence Derwent Award for Best Supporting Actress, "The Hothouse" in the West End opposite Harold Pinter, "Habeas Corpus", directed by Sam Mendes at the Donmar Theatre and Lady Candour in "School for Scandal" at the Royal Shakespeare Company.


  • 15th July 1952 - Birth