On stage, she has starred in Afterplay at the Gielgud, London, Little Foxes at the Donmar, Heartbreak House at the Almeida, A Kind of Alaska at the Donmar, for which she won the Irish Theatre Best Actress Award in 1997, The Deep Blue Sea at the Almeida, for which she won the Critics Circle Best Actress Award and an Olivier nomination in 1993, and several productions at the National Theatre and Royal Court.
Her television credits include Bob and Rose, Wives and Daughters, Alan Bennett's Talking Heads, The Borrowers and The Monocled Mutineer.
Penelope Wilton Facts
|Birthday||June 3, 1946 (77)|
|Birthplace||Scarborough, England, United Kingdom|