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Holly Marie Combs
Holly Marie Combs (born December 3, 1973) is an American actress who has worked in movies and television series, including her current role in Charmed. Since 2002, she has been a producer for Charmed. She lived with Charmed key grip David W. Donoho for four years before marrying him on February 14, 2004. She gave birth to a son, Finley Arthur Donoho, on April 26, 2004.
She was born in San Diego, California.
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She was born in San Diego, California. 1977 - Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Revival for Macbeth. She gave birth to a son, Finley Arthur Donoho, on April 26, 2004. 1980 - Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Revival for Juno and the Paycock. Donoho for four years before marrying him on February 14, 2004. 1982 - London Critics' Circle Theatre Award for Best Actress for The Importance of Being Earnest and A Kind of Alaska. She lived with Charmed key grip David W. 1984 - Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a New Play for Pack of Lies.
Since 2002, she has been a producer for Charmed. 1987 - Laurence Olivier Award, Evening Standard Award and London Critics' Circle Theatre Award for Best Actress for Antony and Cleopatra. Holly Marie Combs (born December 3, 1973) is an American actress who has worked in movies and television series, including her current role in Charmed. 1996 - Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical or Entertainment for A Little Night Music. List of people. 1996 - Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress for Absolute Hell. List of Americans. 1997 - London Critics' Circle Theatre Award for Best Actress for Amy's View.
In recent interviews she claimed to be returning to the role for the next James Bond film tentatively titled James Bond 21. In 2003 she also lent her voice in the James Bond video game, Everything or Nothing. In 1995 she took over the role of M in the James Bond franchise and has starred in the films:. She is often compared and contrasted with Dame Maggie Smith, another British actress of the same generation.
As she enters her seventies, Dame Judi remains probably the biggest draw on the London stage. She has also appeared with success on Broadway. She is a multiple winner of the main awards for performances on the London stage, including a record six Laurence Olivier Awards. Dame Judi has also made numerous appearances in the West End and with the National Theatre in London.
In 1961 she joined the Royal Shakespeare Company and made numerous appearances with the company in Stratford and London over the next two decades, winning several best actress awards. She subsequently spent seasons in repetory in Oxford and Nottingham. Dame Judi received her professional training at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London and made her professional debut as Ophelia in Liverpool in 1957. In her native United Kingdom, Dame Judi has developed her reputation as arguably the greatest British actress of the post-1945 period primarily through her work in theatre, which has been her main forte throughout her career.
Her many television appearances include the series As Time Goes By and the aforementioned A Fine Romance. She has also occasionally directed plays. In 1988 she was made a Dame Commander of the British Empire (DBE). They starred together in a British sitcom, A Fine Romance.
In 1971, she married British actor Michael Williams, who died of cancer in 2001. She was born in York as Judith Olivia Dench. Dame Judi Dench (born December 9, 1934) is a renowned British stage, film and television actress. 1966 - Won BAFTA Award for Most Promising Newcomer for Four in the Morning.
1967 - Won BAFTA Television Award for Best Actress for Talking to a Stranger. 1987 - Won BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actress for A Room with a View. Brown. 1998 - Nominated Academy Award for Best Actress and won Golden Globe for Mrs.
1999 - Won Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for Shakespeare in Love. 2001 - Nominated Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for Chocolat. 2002 - Nominated Academy Award for Best Actress for Iris. Die Another Day (2002).
The World Is Not Enough (1999). Tomorrow Never Dies (1997). GoldenEye (1995). The Chronicles of Riddick (2004).
The Shipping News (2001). Iris (2001). Tea With Mussolini (1999). Shakespeare in Love (1998).
Brown). Brown (1997; also known as Her Majesty, Mrs. Mrs. Henry V (1989).
A Handful of Dust (1987). A Room with a View (1985).