Finty Williams
English actor
Finty Williams
Tara Cressida Frances "Finty" Williams is an English actress. Born in London, Williams trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama there, graduating in 1994. She has appeared in a number of British films, frequently alongside her mother, Dame Judi Dench. Her picture appears in the opening credits of As Time Goes By (1992). She had a recurring role in the TV series Born and Bred, and voices the title character in the animated children's series Angelina Ballerina.
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Dench to star with daughter on Britain's election night
Yahoo News - almost 2 years
British actress Judi Dench is to share the stage with her daughter for the first time in a play set on general election day that will be broadcast live as the polls close on May 7. Dench and Finty Williams will play a mother and daughter going to cast their ballots in "The Vote", which runs for two weeks at London's 250-seat Donmar Warehouse theatre. The play is set in a fictional London polling station in the last 90 minutes before the polls close -- and will be broadcast live at that exact time on election day. Besides the 80-year-old Oscar-winning actress and Williams, playwright James Graham's show also stars veteran actor Timothy West and comedienne Catherine Tate.
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Judi Dench wishes she'd known at 18 to live every day as if it's your last - MSN Celebrity UK
Google News - over 5 years
Dame Judi brought her daughter Finty Williams and Stacy brought her mother Terri Jackson. Director Pedro Almodovar paused to greet Judi. The premiere was held at the Ziegfeld Theatre, NYC. Actress Judi Dench said she wishes she'd known at 18 to live
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Luise Miller, Donmar Warehouse, London - Financial Times
Google News - over 5 years
Paul Higgins and Finty Williams give solid support as Luise's parents; Ben Daniels and John Light are Machiavellian as the Chancellor and his secretary, and Kingston couples fervour with deviousness. David Dawson as the florid courtier Hofmarschall von
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Bridesmaids film review: It had me howling down the aisle - Daily Mail
Google News - over 5 years
They include Max Bennett, Ben Daniels, Alex Kingston, Lloyd Everitt, Paul Higgins, David Dawson, John Light, Alexander Pritchett and Finty Williams. David Suchet and Lindsay Duncan, two exciting new additions to Rupert Goold's film of Richard II,
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BOOK REVIEW: 'And Furthermore' - Washington Times
Google News - almost 6 years
Her vocal exercises include chanting “hip-bath, hip-bath,” and she remembers the time her late husband, Michael Williams, and her daughter, Finty Williams, who also is an actress, sent her as a gift for a week, a lobster salad every night from the
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Fergie and Josh Duhamel ready to start a family - Monsters and Critics.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Dame Judi brought her daughter Finty Williams and Stacy brought her mother Terri Jackson. Director Pedro Almodovar paused to greet Judi. The premiere was held at the Ziegfeld Theatre, NYC. - Johns PkI / Splash News The 36-year-old told Hollyscoop.com:
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What to see: Lyn Gardner's theatre tips - The Guardian (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
Harry Lloyd and Finty Williams star in Dancing with Demons, Richard Crane's play about Diaghilev and the Ballet Russes at the Metrodeco on Sunday. At the Chichester festival, Trevor Nunn's production of Tom Stoppard's Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are
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ON THE LONDON STAGE; Bedroom Distress, and Tragedy in Art and Life
NYTimes - over 7 years
LONDON -- Pilchards, anyone? Yes, that quintessentially English comestible apparently best eaten on toast -- I've never tried it -- is making a comeback on the British stage, and we have the dramatist Alan Ayckbourn to thank. Mr. Ayckbourn deserves our gratitude for countless other reasons, as well, not least for having quite astonishingly penned
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'THE GOOD NIGHT'; Facing Dreams, Reality and the Music
NYTimes - over 9 years
''The Good Night'' might be described as a Dudley Moore movie without its namesake, who died five years ago. You know the subgenre: a bumbling, tippling fantasist becomes besotted with a dream girl and forsakes reason to wallow in his fantasy. In this variation, the farce has been tamped down to whimsy. Sometimes he is married, sometimes not. In
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FOR YOUNG VIEWERS; More Over, Minnie Girl! This Mouse Can Twirl
NYTimes - almost 15 years
Perhaps she can be forgiven for emoting a bit too gleefully when her comrade at the ballet barre falls ill to the mouse pox. After all, Angelina Ballerina, an alpha rodent if ever there was one, has been waiting patiently in the wings for her chance in the limelight. And like every fledgling prima donna with an oversize head, a roly-poly body and a
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