Marcia Warren Net Worth

Marcia Warren was born on November 26, 1943 in  Watford, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom, is Actress, Soundtrack. Marcia was born on 26 November 1943 and trained as an actress at London's Guildhall School of Music and Drama, graduating in 1963. From there on she took the path of many of her performing contemporaries, acting in repertory throughout the country - beginning as a assistant stage manager in 'David Copperfield' in Salisbury. By 1964 she was playing in the West End, picking up an Olivier award as best supporting actress for the play 'Stepping Out' - and garnering another in 2002 for her role in 'Humble Boy'. Deprecatingly she claims that she could never have been a leading lady because she has "a funny face" but has delighted in television comedy in a variety of roles from 'No Place Like Home' in 1986 to 'Vicious' in the 2010s, stealing whole scenes as an extremely foul-mouthed old lady.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress, Soundtrack
Birth Day November 26, 1943
Birth Place  Watford, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom
Age 77 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Sagittarius
Occupation Actress
Years active 1970 - present

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Awards and nominations:

She has won two Laurence Olivier Theatre Awards for Best Actress in a Supporting Role—one in 1984 for Stepping Out and the other in 2002 for Humble Boy at the Royal National Theatre. She was also nominated for another in 2001 for In Flame at the New Ambassadors Theatre.

Biography/Timeline

1963

Warren trained as an Actress at Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, graduating in 1963. From there on she took the path of many of her performing contemporaries, acting in repertory throughout the country - beginning as an assistant stage manager in David Copperfield in Salisbury.

2013

Since 2013, she has played the role of Penelope in the ITV sitcom Vicious and also starred in the 2014 sitcom Edge of Heaven as Nanny Mo. She has also appeared in an episode of Keeping Up Appearances.

2014

She has won two Laurence Olivier Theatre Awards for Best Actress in a Supporting Role—one in 1984 for Stepping Out and the other in 2002 for Humble Boy at the Royal National Theatre. She was also nominated for another in 2001 for In Flame at the New Ambassadors Theatre.