Lindsay Duncan Bio, Age, Family, Feet and Movie

Table of Contents

– Duncan Lindsay Biography
– Lindsay Duncan Age
– Lindsay Duncan Family
– Lindsay Duncan Husband
– Lindsay Duncan Children
– Lindsay Duncan Career
– Lindsay Duncan Movies And Tv Shows
– Television
– Lindsay Duncan Traffik
– Lindsay Duncan Twitter
– Lindsay Duncan Instagram
– Lindsay Duncan Interview

Duncan Lindsay Biography

Lindsay Duncan (full name Lindsay Vere Duncan) is a British actress born in Edinburgh, Scotland. She has won two Olivier Awards on stage, a Tony Award for her Private Lives performance and a Tony Award nomination for her role in Les Liaisons Dangereuses, and also for her role of the barbed theater critic Tabitha Dickinson in the film ‘Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)’.

The actress has shown her talent in movies, television shows, and theater productions and has received numerous awards along the way. She was appointed as the ‘ Commander of the British Empire Order ‘ in the ‘ 2009 Birthday Honors ‘ for her memorable drama services.

Lindsay Duncan Age

Lindsay was Born 7 November 1950, She is age 68 years old as of 2018.

Lindsay Duncan Family

Her father had served in the British army for 21 years before becoming a civil servant. Lindsay father died in a car accident at the age of 15. Her mother was affected by Alzheimer’s disease and died in 1994

Lindsay Duncan Husband

Duncan is married to fellow Scottish actor Hilton McRae, whom she met at the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1985. They live in northern London. They have one son, Cal McRae, born in September 1991.

Lindsay Duncan Children

Lindsay has a son by the name Cal McRae.

Lindsay Duncan Photo

Lindsay Duncan Career

Lindsay Duncan was introduced to the theater through her school productions. She enrolled in London’s Central School of Speech and Drama in 1971. She later worked for her Equity card in the summer weekly rep in Southwold.

She joined the Royal Exchange Theater in Manchester in 1976 when it opened to appear in its very first productions. She performed in Manchester in eight plays in the following two years. She came back to London in 1978, where she performed at the Royal National Theater in David Hare’s’ Plenty.’

She got her first major role in the 1985 movie ‘Loose Connections’ while simultaneously featuring in many television productions. In 1985, for the production of ‘Troilus and Cressida’, she joined the Royal Shakespeare Company where she met her future husband Hilton McRae as a co-star. She also appeared as Marquise de Merteuil in Christopher Hampton’s ‘Les Liaisons Dangereuses’.

She played regular roles in Harold Pinter’s plays in 1988. She spoke the android TC-14 in’ Star Wars: Episode I–The Phantom Menace’ (1999) and appeared in a revival of Noël Coward’s’ Private Lives’ (2001–02). She appeared in Alan Bleasdale’s’ The Sinking of the Laconia’ after a 10-year television break, aired in January 2011. She also appeared in the first epi of “The National Anthem”

She was featured in 2012 in’ Hay Fever’ by Noël Coward and in BBC2 productions by Shakespeare. In the 2014 movie’ Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)’ she appeared. She appeared in a drama movie called’ Gifted’ (2017), where she portrayed Evelyn’s role. She is set to appear in a drama film called’ Blackbird’ at the beginning of 2019.

Lindsay Duncan Movies And Tv Shows

Year

Title

Role

1985

Loose Connections

Sally

1985

Samson and Delilah

Alice Nankervis

1987

Prick Up Your Ears

Anthea Lahr

1988

Manifesto

Lily Sachor

1989

The Child Eater

Eirwen

1990

The Reflecting Skin

Dolphin Blue

1991

Body Parts

Dr Agatha-Webb

1996

City Hall

Sydney Pappas

1996

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Hippolyta/Titania

1999

An Ideal Husband

Lady Markby

1999

Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace

TC-14

1999

Expelling the Demon

Woman

1999

Mansfield Park

Mrs. Price/Lady Bertram

2003

Under the Tuscan Sun

Katherine

2003

AfterLife

May Brogan

2004

The Queen of Sheba’s Pearls

Audrey Pretty

2006

Starter for Ten

Rose Harbinson

2007

The Rector’s Wife

Anna Bouverie

2010

Burlesque Fairytales

Ice Queen

2010

Alice in Wonderland

Helen Kingsleigh

2012

Last Passenger

Elaine Middleton

2013

About Time

Mary Lake

2013

Le Week-End

Meg Burrows

2014

Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

Tabitha Dickinson

2016

Alice Through the Looking Glass

Helen Kingsleigh

2017

Gifted

Evelyn Adler

TBA

Blackbird

Television

Year

Title

Role

1975

Up Pompeii!

Scrubba

1976

One-Upmanship

1977

The New Avengers

Jane

1979

The Winkler

Diane

1980

Dick Turpin

Catherine Langford

1980

Grown-Ups

Christine Butcher

1982

Muck and Brass

Jean Torrode

1982

On Approval

Helen Hayle

1983

Reilly, Ace of Spies

The Plugger

1984

Rainy Day Women

Karen Miller

1984

Travelling Man

Andrea

1986

Dead Head

Dana

1986

Kit Curran

Pamela Scott

1989

These Foolish Things

Gutrune Day

1989

Traffik

Helen Rosshalde

1988–1990

Colin’s Sandwich

Rosemary

1990

TECX

Laura Pellin

1991

The Storyteller: Greek Myths

Medea

1991

Screenplay

Kath Peachey

1991

G.B.H.

Barbara Douglas

1993

A Year in Provence

Annie Mayle

1994

The Rector’s Wife

Anne Bouverie

1995

Just William

Lady Walton

1995

Jake’s Progress

Monica

1999

The History of Tom Jones, A Foundling

Lady Bellaston

1998

Get Real

Louise

1999

Shooting the Past

Marilyn Truman

1999

Oliver Twist

Elizabeth Leeford

2000

Dirty Tricks

Alison

2000

Victoria Wood with All The Trimmings

Pam

2001

Perfect Strangers

Alice

2001

Witness of Truth: The Railway Murders

Narrator’s Voice

2005

Agatha Christie’s Poirot

Lady Tamplin

2005–2006

Spooks

Angela Wells

2005–2007

Rome

Servilia of the Junii

2006

Longford

Lady Longford

2007

Frankenstein

Professor Jane Pretorius

2008

Criminal Justice

Alison Slaughter

2008

Lost in Austen

Lady Catherine de Bourgh

2009

Margaret

Margaret Thatcher

2009

Doctor Who

Adelaide Brooke

2009

Margot

Ninette de Valois

2010

Agatha Christie’s Marple

Marina Gregg

2010

Mission: 2110

Cybele

2010–2011

Come Fly with Me

Narrator (voice)

2011

The Sinking of the Laconia

Elisabeth Fullwood

2011

Christopher and His Kind

Kathleen Isherwood

2011–2012

Merlin

Queen Annis

2011

Black Mirror

Home Secretary Alex Cairns

2011

Against the Wall

Faith Kowalski

2012

Absolutely Fabulous

Jeanne Durand

2012

White Heat

Lilly

2012

Richard II

Duchess of York

2012

Spy

The Director

2012

Wallander

Monika Westin

2013

You, Me and Them

Lydia Walker

2013

Count Arthur Strong

Dame Agnes

2014–2017

Sherlock

Lady Smallwood

2014

The Honourable Woman

Anjelica Hayden-Hoyle

2015

Toast of London

Herself

2016

Churchill’s Secret

Clementine Churchill

2016

Close to the Enemy

Frau Bellinghausen

2017

The Leftovers

Grace

2017 Carnage Maude
2018 A Discovery of Witches Ysabeau

Lindsay Duncan Traffik

Traffik is a 1989 British television serial about the illegal drugs trade. Its three stories are interwoven, with arcs told from the perspectives of Afghan and Pakistani growers, dealers and manufacturers, German dealers, and British users, Lindsay takes a role as Rosshalde’s English wife Helen in the mini-series.

Lindsay Duncan Twitter

Tweets by LindsayInMotion

Lindsay Duncan Instagram

Lindsay Duncan Interview
Table of Contents

– Duncan Lindsay Biography
– Lindsay Duncan Age
– Lindsay Duncan Family
– Lindsay Duncan Husband
– Lindsay Duncan Children
– Lindsay Duncan Career
– Lindsay Duncan Movies And Tv Shows
– Television
– Lindsay Duncan Traffik
– Lindsay Duncan Twitter
– Lindsay Duncan Instagram
– Lindsay Duncan Interview

Duncan Lindsay Biography

Lindsay Duncan (full name Lindsay Vere Duncan) is a British actress born in Edinburgh, Scotland. She has won two Olivier Awards on stage, a Tony Award for her Private Lives performance and a Tony Award nomination for her role in Les Liaisons Dangereuses, and also for her role of the barbed theater critic Tabitha Dickinson in the film ‘Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)’.

The actress has shown her talent in movies, television shows, and theater productions and has received numerous awards along the way. She was appointed as the ‘ Commander of the British Empire Order ‘ in the ‘ 2009 Birthday Honors ‘ for her memorable drama services.

Lindsay Duncan Age

Lindsay was Born 7 November 1950, She is age 68 years old as of 2018.

Lindsay Duncan Family

Her father had served in the British army for 21 years before becoming a civil servant. Lindsay father died in a car accident at the age of 15. Her mother was affected by Alzheimer’s disease and died in 1994

Lindsay Duncan Husband

Duncan is married to fellow Scottish actor Hilton McRae, whom she met at the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1985. They live in northern London. They have one son, Cal McRae, born in September 1991.

Lindsay Duncan Children

Lindsay has a son by the name Cal McRae.

Lindsay Duncan Photo

Lindsay Duncan Career

Lindsay Duncan was introduced to the theater through her school productions. She enrolled in London’s Central School of Speech and Drama in 1971. She later worked for her Equity card in the summer weekly rep in Southwold.

She joined the Royal Exchange Theater in Manchester in 1976 when it opened to appear in its very first productions. She performed in Manchester in eight plays in the following two years. She came back to London in 1978, where she performed at the Royal National Theater in David Hare’s’ Plenty.’

She got her first major role in the 1985 movie ‘Loose Connections’ while simultaneously featuring in many television productions. In 1985, for the production of ‘Troilus and Cressida’, she joined the Royal Shakespeare Company where she met her future husband Hilton McRae as a co-star. She also appeared as Marquise de Merteuil in Christopher Hampton’s ‘Les Liaisons Dangereuses’.

She played regular roles in Harold Pinter’s plays in 1988. She spoke the android TC-14 in’ Star Wars: Episode I–The Phantom Menace’ (1999) and appeared in a revival of Noël Coward’s’ Private Lives’ (2001–02). She appeared in Alan Bleasdale’s’ The Sinking of the Laconia’ after a 10-year television break, aired in January 2011. She also appeared in the first epi of “The National Anthem”

She was featured in 2012 in’ Hay Fever’ by Noël Coward and in BBC2 productions by Shakespeare. In the 2014 movie’ Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)’ she appeared. She appeared in a drama movie called’ Gifted’ (2017), where she portrayed Evelyn’s role. She is set to appear in a drama film called’ Blackbird’ at the beginning of 2019.

Lindsay Duncan Movies And Tv Shows

Year

Title

Role

1985

Loose Connections

Sally

1985

Samson and Delilah

Alice Nankervis

1987

Prick Up Your Ears

Anthea Lahr

1988

Manifesto

Lily Sachor

1989

The Child Eater

Eirwen

1990

The Reflecting Skin

Dolphin Blue

1991

Body Parts

Dr Agatha-Webb

1996

City Hall

Sydney Pappas

1996

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Hippolyta/Titania

1999

An Ideal Husband

Lady Markby

1999

Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace

TC-14

1999

Expelling the Demon

Woman

1999

Mansfield Park

Mrs. Price/Lady Bertram

2003

Under the Tuscan Sun

Katherine

2003

AfterLife

May Brogan

2004

The Queen of Sheba’s Pearls

Audrey Pretty

2006

Starter for Ten

Rose Harbinson

2007

The Rector’s Wife

Anna Bouverie

2010

Burlesque Fairytales

Ice Queen

2010

Alice in Wonderland

Helen Kingsleigh

2012

Last Passenger

Elaine Middleton

2013

About Time

Mary Lake

2013

Le Week-End

Meg Burrows

2014

Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

Tabitha Dickinson

2016

Alice Through the Looking Glass

Helen Kingsleigh

2017

Gifted

Evelyn Adler

TBA

Blackbird

Television

Year

Title

Role

1975

Up Pompeii!

Scrubba

1976

One-Upmanship

1977

The New Avengers

Jane

1979

The Winkler

Diane

1980

Dick Turpin

Catherine Langford

1980

Grown-Ups

Christine Butcher

1982

Muck and Brass

Jean Torrode

1982

On Approval

Helen Hayle

1983

Reilly, Ace of Spies

The Plugger

1984

Rainy Day Women

Karen Miller

1984

Travelling Man

Andrea

1986

Dead Head

Dana

1986

Kit Curran

Pamela Scott

1989

These Foolish Things

Gutrune Day

1989

Traffik

Helen Rosshalde

1988–1990

Colin’s Sandwich

Rosemary

1990

TECX

Laura Pellin

1991

The Storyteller: Greek Myths

Medea

1991

Screenplay

Kath Peachey

1991

G.B.H.

Barbara Douglas

1993

A Year in Provence

Annie Mayle

1994

The Rector’s Wife

Anne Bouverie

1995

Just William

Lady Walton

1995

Jake’s Progress

Monica

1999

The History of Tom Jones, A Foundling

Lady Bellaston

1998

Get Real

Louise

1999

Shooting the Past

Marilyn Truman

1999

Oliver Twist

Elizabeth Leeford

2000

Dirty Tricks

Alison

2000

Victoria Wood with All The Trimmings

Pam

2001

Perfect Strangers

Alice

2001

Witness of Truth: The Railway Murders

Narrator’s Voice

2005

Agatha Christie’s Poirot

Lady Tamplin

2005–2006

Spooks

Angela Wells

2005–2007

Rome

Servilia of the Junii

2006

Longford

Lady Longford

2007

Frankenstein

Professor Jane Pretorius

2008

Criminal Justice

Alison Slaughter

2008

Lost in Austen

Lady Catherine de Bourgh

2009

Margaret

Margaret Thatcher

2009

Doctor Who

Adelaide Brooke

2009

Margot

Ninette de Valois

2010

Agatha Christie’s Marple

Marina Gregg

2010

Mission: 2110

Cybele

2010–2011

Come Fly with Me

Narrator (voice)

2011

The Sinking of the Laconia

Elisabeth Fullwood

2011

Christopher and His Kind

Kathleen Isherwood

2011–2012

Merlin

Queen Annis

2011

Black Mirror

Home Secretary Alex Cairns

2011

Against the Wall

Faith Kowalski

2012

Absolutely Fabulous

Jeanne Durand

2012

White Heat

Lilly

2012

Richard II

Duchess of York

2012

Spy

The Director

2012

Wallander

Monika Westin

2013

You, Me and Them

Lydia Walker

2013

Count Arthur Strong

Dame Agnes

2014–2017

Sherlock

Lady Smallwood

2014

The Honourable Woman

Anjelica Hayden-Hoyle

2015

Toast of London

Herself

2016

Churchill’s Secret

Clementine Churchill

2016

Close to the Enemy

Frau Bellinghausen

2017

The Leftovers

Grace

2017 Carnage Maude
2018 A Discovery of Witches Ysabeau

Lindsay Duncan Traffik

Traffik is a 1989 British television serial about the illegal drugs trade. Its three stories are interwoven, with arcs told from the perspectives of Afghan and Pakistani growers, dealers and manufacturers, German dealers, and British users, Lindsay takes a role as Rosshalde’s English wife Helen in the mini-series.

Lindsay Duncan Twitter

Tweets by LindsayInMotion

Lindsay Duncan Instagram

Lindsay Duncan Interview

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