Dorothy Tutin Biography (1930-2001)

Born April 8, 1930, in London, England; daughter of John and Adie Evelyn (Fryers) Tutin; married Derek Barton-Chapple (an actor under the stage name DerekWaring), 1963; children: one son, one daughter. Avocational interests: music, mountain climbing. Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: Evening Standard Award, best actress, 1960, for Twelfth Night; decorated Dame Commander, Order of the British Empire, 1967; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best dramatic actress, 1968, for Portrait of a Queen;Variety Club of Great Britain Film Actress Award, 1972, for Savage Messiah; Evening Standard Award, best actress, 1975, for A Month in the Country; Laurence Olivier Award, actress of the year, Society of WestEnd Theatre, 1976, for A Month in the Country; Laurence Olivier Award,actress of the year, 1978, for The Double Dealer. Addresses: Contact: c/o Michael Whitehall, 125 Gloucester Rd., London SW7 4TE, England.

Birth Details
April 8, 1930
London, England
Death Details
August 6, 2001
London, England

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