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Miriam Margolyes, Obe (born 18 May 1941) Is An English Actress And Voice Artist. Her Earliest Roles Were In Theatre And After Several Supporting Roles In Film And Television She Won A Bafta Award For Her Role In The Age Of Innocence (1993).Early Life

Margolyes Was Born In Oxford, England, The Daughter Of Ruth (née Walters), A Real Estate Investor, And Joseph Margolyes, A Scottish-born Physician.[1] She Grew Up In A Jewish Family,[2][3] A Descendant Of Immigrants From Belarus.[Citation Needed] She Attended The Local Oxford High School, At Which She Also Opened The New Buildings In March 2011,[citation Needed] And Later Newnham College, Cambridge Where She Read English.[4] There, She Began Acting In Her Twenties, And Also Appeared In Productions Of The Comedy Troup Cambridge Footlights.[5]
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With Her Distinctive Voice, Margolyes First Gained Recognition For Her Work As A Voice Artist. She Recorded A Soft-porn Audio Called Sexy Sonia: Leaves From My Schoolgirl Notebook.[6] She Performed Most Of The Supporting Female Characters In The Dubbed Japanese Action Tv Series, Monkey. She Also Worked With The Theatre Company Gay Sweatshop And Provided Voiceovers In The Japanese Tv Series The Water Margin.

Margolyes' First Major Role In A Film Was As Elephant Ethel In Stand Up, Virgin Soldiers (1977). In The 1980s, She Made Appearances In Blackadder Opposite Rowan Atkinson: These Roles Include The Spanish Infanta In The Black Adder, Lady Whiteadder In Blackadder Ii And Queen Victoria In Blackadder's Christmas Carol. In 1986, She Was Cast As One Of The Major Supporting Characters In The Bbc Adaptation Of The Fay Weldon Novel The Life And Loves Of A She-devil. She Received Critical Acclaim For Her Portrayal Of Flora Finching In The 1988 Movie Little Dorrit.[Citation Needed] On American Television, She Headlined The Short-lived 1992 Cbs Sitcom Frannie's Turn. In 1993 She Won A Best Supporting Actress, Bafta For Her Role As Mrs Mingott In Martin Scorsese's The Age Of Innocence.

Margolyes Came To The Notice Of Younger Audiences Through Two Roles In 1996. The First Was Her Comic Take On The Role Of The Nurse In Baz Luhrmann's Romeo + Juliet. The Second When She Starred As Aunt Sponge In James And The Giant Peach; She Also Provided The Voice Of The Glow Worm In The Same Movie. Around This Time, She Voiced The Female Rabbit Character In The Animated Commercials For Cadbury's Caramel Bars[7] And Provided The Voice Of Fly The Dog In The Animated Film Babe. She Played Professor Sprout In Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets In 2002.

She Was One Of The Original Cast Of The London Production Of The Musical Wicked In 2006, Playing Madame Morrible Opposite Idina Menzel, A Role She Also Played On Broadway In 2008.[Citation Needed]

In 2009, She Appeared In A New Production Of Endgame By Samuel Beckett At The Duchess Theatre In London's West End.[Citation Needed] She (along With Simon Callow) Voiced One Of The Blathereen Creatures In The Doctor Who Spin Off The Sarah Jane Adventures In A Story From The 3rd Season Called The Gift.[Citation Needed]

In 2010, She Appeared In The British Television Situation Comedy Coming Of Age, Playing Doreen A Delinquent Pensioner With A Penchant For Kissing Strangers And Blowing Up Ducks. In The 2010 Film Legend Of The Guardians, She Voices Mrs. Plithiver. Margolyes Reprised Her Role As Professor Sprout In Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2. Appears In Itv Series Doc Martin

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Miriam Margoyles- Harry Potter - Professor Sprout

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