Celia Imrie


Celia Imrie

Pinter Six

Theatre credits include: Noises Off (Olivier Award nominated for Best Actress); Acorn Antiques: The Musical, (Oliver Award winner for Best Actress in a Musical); The Sea (The Clarence Derwent Award for Best Supporting Actress); King Lear (Old Vic); Habeas Corpus (Donmar), Hayfever (Rose), Unsuspecting Susan (59 E 59th ST, New York).

Television credits include: Patrick Melrose, Hang-Ups, A Dark Adapted Eye, The Gathering Storm, Doctor Who, Still Game, FX’s Better Things and Absolutely Fabulous.

Film credits include: The Best and The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (Screen Actors Guild nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Cast); A Cure For Wellness, The Love Punch, Bridget Jones's Diary, Calendar Girls, Nanny McPhee, Finding Your Feet, Malevolent and Star Wars.

Other: Celia is also a Sunday Times bestselling novelist. Her debut Not Quite Nice was published in 2015, her second novel Nice Work (If You Can Get It) was published the following year and she has just released her third book Sail Away. The Happy Hoofer her autobiography came out in 2011.