OLIVIA COLMAN (Queen Anne) is a multi-award winning actress. She will portray
Elizabeth II in the third and fourth seasons of the critically acclaimed
original Netflix series "The
Her film credits include the 2011 BAFTA- winning TYRANNOSAUR directed by Paddy
Considine, for which she won a World Cinema Special Jury Prize for breakout
performance at Sundance,
and Best Actress awards at the British Independent Film Awards and Evening
Standard British Film
Awards. In 2015 she starred in Dystopian romantic comedy THE LOBSTER, directed
Lanthimos. The film was nominated for the Palme d'Or at Cannes and went on to
win the Jury Prize. For
her role, Colman won Best Supporting Actress at the 2015 British Independent
Film Awards and was
nominated in the Best Comedy Performance category at the Evening Standard
British Film Awards the
same year. Other film credits include MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS directed by
Branagh, THE IRON LADY playing Carol Thatcher opposite Meryl Streep, the
verbatim musical film
LONDON ROAD, HYDE PARK ON HUDSON with Bill Murray; LOCKE; CUBAN FURY; and HOT
In Television - Olivia won the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress in a
mini-series in 2017
for her portrayal of Angela Burr in the BBC/AMC's "The Night Manager," and won a
for Leading Actress in 2014 for her role as DS Ellie Miller in the hit ITV
series: "Broadchurch" which ran
for three series. In 2013, Colman was double award winner at the Television
BAFTAs, winning Female
Performance in a Comedy Programme for "Twenty Twelve," as well as Supporting
Actress for her role in
"Accused." She was also nominated for Best Female Performance in a Comedy Drama
at the 2015
BAFTAs for her role BBC Two's clerical comedy "Rev." Other television credits
(Channel 4); "Fleabag" (BBC / Amazon); "Accused" (BBC); "The Thirteenth Tale"
Twelve" (BBC); "Mr. Sloane" (Sky Atlantic); "The Secrets" (BBC); "The Suspicions
of Mr. Whicher II"
(ITV1); "Peep Show" (Channel 4); "Exile" (BBC); and "Greenwing" (Channel 4).
On stage, Colman recently finished a run of Lucy Kirkwood's Mosquitoes at the
directed by Rufus Norris, for which she won Best Actress in the 2018
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