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Marcia Warren

Marcia Warren has extensive television credits. These include Rosemary in Casualty (2000), a part in ITV’s Marjorie and Gladys (2002), the part of Granny in My Dad’s the Prime Minister 1 & 2 (2004), and – in 2005 – the parts of Enid in Trial and Retribution, Laura in Murder in Suburbia, Audrey Giles in Doctors, and a part in 20,000 Streets Under the Sky. She has appeared in Jam and... Read more >>

Marcia Warren

Marcia Warren Overview

Marcia Warren has extensive television credits. These include Rosemary in Casualty (2000), a part in ITV’s Marjorie and Gladys (2002), the part of Granny in My Dad’s the Prime Minister 1 & 2 (2004), and – in 2005 – the parts of Enid in Trial and Retribution, Laura in Murder in Suburbia, Audrey Giles in Doctors, and a part in 20,000 Streets Under the Sky. She has appeared in Jam and Jerusalem (2006), Midsomer Murders (2007), and Life of Riley (in both 2008, 2010 and 2011). 2010 saw her also appear in Injustice, Hattie and as Mrs Wiggins in Coronation Street: A Knight’s Tale, whilst in 2011 she also performed in This is Jinsy, Semi Detached and as Lillian in Doctors.

Stage work includes Gym and Tonic (1999), Inflame (2000), Lady in the Van at the Birmingham Rep (2001) and, in 2002, the part of Mercy in Humble Boy at the National Theatre and the West End’s Gielgud Theatre. In 2003 she appeared in Arsenic and Old Lace at the Strand Theatre, whilst 2004 saw her return to the Gielgud to play Flora in Trevor Nunn’s We Happy Few, as well as Mrs Walker in Once in a Lifetime at the Royal National Theatre, working with Ed Hall. Between 2007 and 2008, and then again in 2009, she played Jessica Tilehouse in Jonathan Kent’s The Sea at the Haymarket Theatre. In 2010, she played Alice in Really Old, Like Forty-Five, in Anna Mackmin’s production at the National Theatre.

Feature film work includes Unconditional Love (2000), The Jealous God (2002), Gladiatress (2002), Wolf (2003), Mrs Palfrey at the Claremont (2004), Good Girl, Bad Girl (2005), The Altogether (2005), Lady Godiva (2006), and Leap Year (2009).

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