Judi Dench: With a Crack in Her Voice

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Welcome Rain Publishers, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 332 pages
First acclaimed in England in 1960 as the Juliet of her generation in the famous and controversial Franco Zeffirelli production, Judi Dench has for many years been Britain's premier actress, having been named a Dame in 1988. And with an Academy Award nomination in 1998 for Mrs. Brown, a Best Supporting Actress Oscar in 1999 n Shakespeare in Love, a 1999 Best Actress Tony Award for Amy's View, and her interpretation of M in the last three James Bond films, Dench has quickly become one of America's most respected and sought-after stars.In this authorized, affectionate biography, the first time she has cooperated in the telling of her story, Dench talks of those who have most influenced her work and her way of life and reflects upon her most illustrious career, including her recent ascent to superstar status in America.

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Miller (Ralph Richardson: The Authorized Biography) offers a unique work in that the only other full-length biography of the actress is Gerald Jacob's Judi Dench: A Great Deal of Laughter: An ... Read full review


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John Miller is a lecturer in nineteenth-century literature at the University of Sheffield. He has taught at the universities of Glasgow, Edinburgh and East Anglia, and held research fellowships at the Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities, University of Edinburgh and at the University of Northern British Columbia, Canada.

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