Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Juliet Stevenson Biography (1956-)
Original name, Juliet Stevens; born October 30, 1956, in Essex, England; daughter of Michael Guy (an army officer) and Virginia Ruth (a teacher; maiden name, Marshall) Stevens; sister of Gerda Stevens (an actress); children: (withHugh Brody) Rosalind Stevenson Brody. Addresses: Agent: IFA Talent Agency, 8730 Sunset Blvd., Suite 490, Los Angeles, CA 90069.
- Actress, writer
- Birth Details
- October 30, 1956
- Essex, England
- Emma and Betsy, Other Worlds, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1983
- Isabella, Measure for Measure, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford Theatre, 1984, later Barbican Theatre, London.
- Polya, Breaking the Silence, Royal Shakespeare Company, The Pit Theatre, London, 1984
- Cressida, Troilus and Cressida, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford Theatre, 1985, later Barbican Theatre, 1985
- Rosalind, As You Like It, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford Theatre, 1985, later Barbican Theatre
- Madame de Tourvel, Les liaisons dangereuses, Royal Shakespeare Company, The Pit Theatre, 1986, later Barbican Theatre.
- Title role, Yerma, National Theatre, later Cottesloe Theatre, bothLondon, 1987
- Title role, Hedda Gabler, National Theatre, later Olivier Theatre,London, 1989
- Fanny, On the Verge, Sadler's Wells Theatre, London, 1989
- Anna, Burn This, Hampstead Theatre, later West End Theatre, both London, 1990
- Paulina, Death and the Maiden, Theatre Upstairs, London, then Royal Court Theatre, both 1991
- Galactia, Scenes from an Execution, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles,1993
The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Royal National Theatre, London, 1997
The Country, Royal Court Theatre, 2000
- Appeared with Royal Shakespeare Company as Octavia and Iras in Anthonyand Cleopatra, Stratford Theatre; as Caroline Thompson in The Churchill Play, Stratford Theatre; as Aphrodite and Artemis in Hippolytus, Stratford Theatre; as Titania and Hippolyta in Midsummer Night's Dream, Stratford Theatre, later Barbican Theatre; as Clara Douglas in Money, Stratford Theatre, later Barbican Theatre; as Miss Chasen in Oncein a Lifetime, Aldwych Theatre, London; in The Taming of the Shrew, Stratford Theatre; in The Tempest, Stratford Theatre; as Yeliena inThe White Guard, Aldwych Theatre; and as Susan in The Witch of Edmonton, Stratford Theatre, later Barbican Theatre; also appeared in TheTrackers of Oxyrhynchus, National Studio, London.
- Appeared as Lady Percy in Henry IV, Parts I and II, Royal Shakespeare Company.
- Nora Helmer, "A Doll's House," Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1992
- Annie Lee, Cider with Rosie, PBS, 1998
- Helen West, Trial by Fire, PBS, 1999
- Penny Foster, "The Nicholson Story," This Is David Lander, Channel4 (England), 1988
- Herself, The Full Wax, BBC1, 1992
- Appeared as rape victim in "Rape," Omnibus, BBC.
Other Television Appearances
- (Television debut) Barbara Mallen, The Mallens (series), Granada (England), 1978
- Thaisa, Pericles, Prince of Tyre (also known as BBC TelevisionShakespeare: Pericles, Prince of Tyre), BBC, 1984
- Title role, Antigone, BBC, 1984, broadcast in The Theban Plays, Arts and Entertainment, 1988
- Antigone, Oedipus at Colonus, BBC, 1984, broadcast in The Theban Plays, Arts and Entertainment, 1988
- Rosalind Franklin, Double Helix (also known as Life Story and The Race for the Double Helix), BBC, then Arts and Entertainment, 1987
- Vicky, Living with Dinosaurs, 1989
- Claire Fitzgerald, The March, BBC, 1990
- The wife, Who Dealt?, 1993
- Isobel Coleridge, The Secret Rapture, Channel 4, 1993
- Flora Matlock, "The Politician's Wife" (miniseries), Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1995
- Jean, Stone, Scissors, Paper, BBC, 1997
- Second woman, Play, Channel 4, 2000
- Appeared as Lucy Sadler, Amy, as Fliss, Bazaar and Rummage,as Elizabeth Von Reitburg, Freud, as Joanna Langston, Maybury,as Ruth, Out of Love, and as Hilda Spencer, Stanley, all BBC.
- (Film debut) Cissie Colpitts 2, Drowning by Numbers, Film Four, 1988, released in the United States by Prestige Films/Miramax Films, 1991
- Alice Howard, Ladder of Swords, Magnaserve Ltd., 1989
- Lucy, Aimee, 1990
In the Border Country, 1991
- Nina, Truly, Madly, Deeply (originally broadcast in England on BBC-TV), Samuel Goldwyn, 1991
- Fraulein Burstner, The Trial, Angelika Films, 1993
- Narrator, Paris Was a Woman, 1995, then Zeitgeist Films, 1996
- Mrs. Elton, Emma, Miramax, 1996
- Gwyneth Moore, The Search for John Gissing, Sunlight Productions,2001
- Voice, Christmas Carol: The Movie (animated), Illuminated Film Co./Film Consortium, 2001
Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats, Penguin Audiobooks, 1997
The Plague Tales, BDD, c. 1997
- (Contributor) Faith Evans, editor, Clamorous Voices: Shakespeare'sWomen Today, Theatre Arts (New York City), 1989
London Theatre News, November/December, 1991, pp. 8-9.
Plays and Players, November, 1991, pp. 6-8.
Sunday Times (London) February 2, 1992, p. 4.
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