A report on Monica Dolan

Monica Dolan (2020)
Credit: Johan Persson

English actress.

- Monica Dolan
Monica Dolan (2020)
Credit: Johan Persson

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A Very English Scandal (TV series)

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British television comedy-drama series.

British television comedy-drama series.

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Monica Dolan as Marion Thorpe

Bridge Theatre

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Commercial theatre near Tower Bridge in London that opened in October 2017.

Commercial theatre near Tower Bridge in London that opened in October 2017.

Talking Heads – by Alan Bennett (monologues performed by Monica Dolan, Lesley Manville, Rochenda Sandall, Kristin Scott Thomas, Tamsin Greig, Maxine Peake, Lucian Msamati and Imelda Staunton) (28 September-31 October 2020)

Title screen of the first series, with animated characterisation of Alan Bennett.

Talking Heads (British TV series)

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1988 TV series of dramatic monologues written for BBC television by British playwright Alan Bennett.

1988 TV series of dramatic monologues written for BBC television by British playwright Alan Bennett.

Title screen of the first series, with animated characterisation of Alan Bennett.

Monica Dolan plays Lorna in "The Shrine"

Marion Stein

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Austrian-born British concert pianist.

Austrian-born British concert pianist.

She was played by Monica Dolan in the television miniseries A Very English Scandal.

Appropriate Adult

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British crime drama television film shown in two parts on ITV, on 4 and 11 September 2011.

British crime drama television film shown in two parts on ITV, on 4 and 11 September 2011.

The series stars Dominic West, Monica Dolan and Emily Watson as the protagonists of the story, Fred and Rose West, and Janet Leach, respectively.

Rebecca Hall, the first recipient of this award for Red Riding (2010)

British Academy Television Award for Best Supporting Actress

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The British Academy Television Awards (BAFTA TV Awards) were first presented in 1954.

The British Academy Television Awards (BAFTA TV Awards) were first presented in 1954.

Rebecca Hall, the first recipient of this award for Red Riding (2010)
Lauren Socha won for Misfits in 2011.
Olivia Colman won for Accused in 2013.
Sarah Lancashire won for Last Tango in Halifax in 2014.
Gemma Jones won for Marvellous in 2015.
Wunmi Mosaku won for Damilola, Our Loved Boy in 2017.
Vanessa Kirby won for The Crown in 2018.
Fiona Shaw won for Killing Eve in 2019.

Monica Dolan

Guildhall School of Music and Drama

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Conservatoire and drama school located in the City of London, United Kingdom.

Conservatoire and drama school located in the City of London, United Kingdom.

Guildhall's Silk Street building from inside the Barbican Estate
Guildhall's Milton Court building from outside
Inside Milton Court Concert Hall

Monica Dolan - (Appropriate Adult, A Very English Scandal)

Maly Theatre production in 2008

The Seagull

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Play by Russian dramatist Anton Chekhov, written in 1895 and first produced in 1896.

Play by Russian dramatist Anton Chekhov, written in 1895 and first produced in 1896.

Maly Theatre production in 2008
Guest cottage at Melikhovo where Chekhov wrote The Seagull
Chekhov reads The Seagull with the Moscow Art Theatre company. Chekhov reads (centre), on Chekhov's right, Konstantin Stanislavski is seated, and next to him, Olga Knipper. Stanislavski's wife, Maria Liliana, is seated to Chekhov's left. On the far right side of the photograph, Vsevolod Meyerhold is seated. Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko stands in the far left side of the photograph.
Studio portrait of Stanislavski as Trigorin from the 1898 Moscow Art Theatre production

It starred William Gaunt and Ian McKellen as Sorin (who alternated with William Gaunt in the role, as McKellen also played the title role in King Lear), Richard Goulding as Treplyov, Frances Barber as Arkadina, Jonathan Hyde as Dorn, Monica Dolan as Masha, and Romola Garai as Nina.

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The Dig (2021 film)

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2021 British drama film directed by Simon Stone, based on the 2007 novel of the same name by John Preston, which reimagines the events of the 1939 excavation of Sutton Hoo in Suffolk, England.

2021 British drama film directed by Simon Stone, based on the 2007 novel of the same name by John Preston, which reimagines the events of the 1939 excavation of Sutton Hoo in Suffolk, England.

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It stars Carey Mulligan, Ralph Fiennes, Lily James, Johnny Flynn, Ben Chaplin, Ken Stott, Archie Barnes, and Monica Dolan.

The Witness for the Prosecution (TV series)

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2016 British mystery drama thriller television serial broadcast on BBC One over Christmas 2016.

2016 British mystery drama thriller television serial broadcast on BBC One over Christmas 2016.

Monica Dolan as Janet McIntyre - Maid