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Thursday, 19 February 2015

The 7th Hall Of Fame Inductee For Contribution To Female Acting - Judi Dench



Although appearing intermittently in film, Judi Dench was until the mid-1990s known primarily as a respect stage and television actor in the United Kingdom, before taking on the role of the head of MI6, M, in the 1995 James Bond film Goldeneye, the first female in the part. Within five years, she’d picked up three Oscar nominations (winning for Best Supporting Actress as Queen Elizabeth I in Shakespeare In Love) and has garnered four further nominations since then, for Iris, Mrs Henderson Presents, Notes On A Scandal and 2013’s Philomena. Age has not limited her from becoming one of the most versatile and beloved of screen presences.



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