|Education|| St Paul's Girls' School |
Exeter College, Oxford
Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
(m. 1994;separated 2011)
Imogen Stubbs, Lady Nunn (born 20 February 1961) is an English actress and writer.
Her first leading part was in Privileged (1982), followed by A Summer Story .
Her first play, We Happy Few , was produced in 2004. In 2008 she joined Reader's Digest as a contributing editor and writer of fiction.
Imogen Stubbs was born in Rothbury,Northumberland, lived briefly in Portsmouth, Hampshire, where her father was a naval officer, and then moved with her parents to London, where they lived on a vintage river barge on the Thames. She was educated at Cavendish Primary School, then at two independent schools: St Paul's Girls' School and Westminster School, where Stubbs was one of the girls in the mixed sixth form, and Exeter College, Oxford, gaining a First Class degree.
Her acting career started at Oxford, where she played Irina in a student production of Three Sisters at the Oxford Playhouse. After graduating, she enrolled at RADA, and while there had her first professional work, playing Sally Bowles in Cabaret at the Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich.In 1982 she also appeared in her first film, Privileged .
Stubbs graduated from RADA in the same class as Jane Horrocks and Iain Glen, and later became an Associate Member of RADA.
In the 1980s Stubbs achieved success on stage with the Royal Shakespeare Company, notably as Desdemona in Othello , which was directed by Trevor Nunn. Other stage work includes Saint Joan at the Strand Theatre and Heartbreak House at the Haymarket, and in 1997 she played in a London production of A Streetcar Named Desire .
In 1988, Stubbs was a notable Ursula Brangwen in a BBC serialization of The Rainbow , and in 1993 and 1994 had the title role in Anna Lee . She played Lucy Steele in Sense and Sensibility (1995).
In July 2004, Stubbs's play We Happy Few , directed by her husband and starring Juliet Stevenson and Marcia Warren, opened at the Gielgud Theatre, London, after a try-out in Malvern.In September 2008 Reader's Digest announced that she had joined the magazine as a contributing editor and writer of adventure stories.
In 1994, Stubbs married Trevor Nunn, acquiring the courtesy title of Lady Nunn when he was knighted in 2002.The couple have two children: a son and a daughter, Ellie Nunn, who is also an actress. In April 2011, Stubbs announced that she and her husband were separating.
|1988||A Summer Story||Megan David|
|1989||Erik the Viking||Princess Aud|
|1991||True Colors||Diana Stiles|
|1994||A Pin for the Butterfly||Mother|
|1995||Jack and Sarah||Sarah|
|1995||Sense & Sensibility||Lucy Steele|
|2017||Kew Gardens||Isabella||Short, post-production|
|2018||London Unplugged||Isabella||Anthology film|
|1985||The Browning Version||Mrs. Gilbert||TV film|
|1988||The Rainbow||Ursula Brangwen||TV miniseries|
|1988||Deadline||Lady Romy Burton||TV film|
|1990||Relatively Speaking||Ginny Whittaker||TV film|
|1990||Pasternak||Lara / Olga (voice)||TV film|
|1990||Screen Two||Sarah Atchison||"Fellow Traveller"|
|1992||Sandra, c'est la vie||Marie||TV film|
|1992||Performance||Helen Banner||"After the Dance"|
|1993||Anna Lee: Headcase||Anna Lee||TV film|
|1994||Anna Lee||Anna Lee||Main role|
|2000||Blind Ambition||Annie Thomas||TV film|
|2000||Big Kids||Sarah Spiller||Main role|
|2001||Lee Evans: So What Now?||Chloe||"Sofa So Good"|
|2002||Township Opera||Narrator||TV film|
|2005||Casualty||Chloe Greer||"Running out of Kisses"|
|2006||Agatha Christie's Marple||Mona Symmington||"The Moving Finger"|
|2009||New Tricks||Lotte Davenport||"Shadow Show"|
|2010||The Adventures of Daniel||Mrs. Wallace||TV film|
|2011||Injustice||Gemma Lawrence||"1.4", "1.5"|
|2017||Holby City||Evelyn Chapman||"It Has to be Now"|
|2018||Death in Paradise||Valerie O'Toole||"7.3"|
|1985||Cabaret||Sally Bowles||Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich|
|1985||The Boyfriend||Polly Browne||Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich|
|1986||The Rover||Helena||Swan Theatre, Stratford|
|1986||Two Noble Kinsmen||Gaoler's daughter||The Other Place, Stratford|
|1987||Richard II||Queen Isabel||Swan|
|1989||Othello||Desdemona||The Other Place|
|1992||Heartbreak House||Ellie||Theatre Royal, Haymarket|
|1994||Saint Joan||Joan||Strand Theatre|
|1994||Uncle Vanya||Yelena||Chichester Festival|
|1996||A Streetcar Named Desire||Stella||Theatre Royal, Haymarket|
|1998||Closer||Anna||Lyric Theatre, London|
|2001||The Relapse||Amanda||National Theatre|
|2002||Three Sisters||Masha||Theatre Royal, Bath (and tour)|
|2003||Mum's the Word||Linda||Albery Theatre|
|2006||Duchess of Malfi||Duchess||West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds|
|2008||Scenes from a Marriage||Marianne||Belgrade Theatre, Coventry|
|2009||Alphabetical Order||Lucy||Hampstead Theatre|
|2010||The Glass Menagerie||Amanda||Shared Experience|
|2011||Private Lives||Amanda||Manchester Royal Exchange|
|2011||Little Eyolf||Rita||Jermyn Street Theatre, London|
|2011||Salt, Root and Roe||Menna||Trafalgar Studios, London|
|2012||Orpheus Descending||Lady||Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester|
|2013||Third Finger, Left Hand||Niamh||Trafalgar Studios, London|
|2013||Strangers on a Train||Elsie||Gielgud Theatre, London|
|2014||Little Revolution||Sarah / various||Almeida Theatre, London|
|2015||Communicating Doors||Ruella||Menier Theatre, London|
|2016||Things I Know to be True||Fran Price||Frantic Assembly|
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