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Eleanor Bron

Eleanor Bron

Bron's film credits include Richard Eyre's Academy Award and BAFTA winning IRIS, Terence Davies' HOUSE OF MIRTH, Alphonso Cuaron's A LITTLE PRINCESS, Caroline Thompson's BLACK BEAUTY, Christine Edzard's LITTLE DORRIT, Ken Russell's WOMEN IN LOVE, Stanley Donen's TWO FOR THE ROAD and BEDAZZLED, Lewis Gilbert's ALFIE, and Richard Lester's HELP.

Her numerous theatre credits include the National Theatre productions of 'The Miser', 'The White Devil', 'The Duchess of Malfi' and 'The Cherry Orchard', Almeida Theatre productions of 'Dona Rosita the Spinster' and the one woman show 'Desdemona If You Had Only Spoken!' Other theatre credits include Gertrude in 'Hamlet', Cleopatra in 'Antony and Cleopatra' and Yelena in 'Uncle Vanya'.

Bron's television credits include 'Absolutely Fabulous', 'Vanity Fair', 'Randall & Hopkirk Deceased', 'Heartbeat' and 'Rumpole of the Bailey'.

Bron has also co-written and appeared in 'Where Was Spring?' and 'After That, This'. With Michael Frayn she co-wrote and appeared in 'Beyond a Joke' and starred in 'Making Faces', which he wrote for her.


Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.

Eleanor Bron Facts

OccupationActress
BirthdayMarch 14, 1940 (77)
SignPisces
BirthplaceStanmore, England, United Kingdom

Selected Filmography

Not available.