Fiona Shaw
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The Other Side (2007)
[ Brittany Murphy ][ Lili Taylor ][ Angelica Huston ]
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007)
[ Emma Watson ][ Helena Bonham Carter ][ Emma Thompson ][ Maggie Smith ][ Bonnie Wright ]
Catch and Release (2007)
[ Jennifer Garner ][ Juliette Lewis ]
Fracture (2006)
[ Rosamund Pike ][ Embeth Davitz ]
The Black Dahlia (2006)
[ Scarlett Johansson ][ Hilary Swank ][ Rose McGowan ][ Mia Kirshner ][ Laura Kightlinger ]
Sueño de una noche de San Juan, El (2005)
[ Miranda Richardson ][ Romola Garai ]
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)
[ Emma Watson ][ Emma Thompson ][ Maggie Smith ][ Bonnie Wright ][ Julie Christie ]
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002)
[ Emma Watson ][ Maggie Smith ][ Bonnie Wright ][ Shirley Henderson ][ Julie Walters ]
Doctor Sleep (2002)
[ Miranda Otto ][ Shirley Henderson ]
The Seventh Stream (2001)
[ Saffron Burrows ]
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001)
[ Emma Watson ][ Maggie Smith ][ Bonnie Wright ][ Julie Walters ][ Zoe Wanamaker ]
The Triumph of Love (2001)
[ Mira Sorvino ]
Mind Games (2001)
RKO 281 (1999)
[ Melanie Griffith ][ Brenda Blethyn ]
The Last September (1999)
[ Maggie Smith ][ Keeley Hawes ][ Jane Birkin ]
The Avengers (1998)
[ Uma Thurman ][ Keeley Hawes ]
The Butcher Boy (1997)
[ Sinead O'Connor ]
Anna Karenina (1997)
[ Mia Kirshner ][ Sophie Marceau ][ Justine Waddell ]
Richard II (1997)
Jane Eyre (1996)
[ Anna Paquin ][ Elle Macpherson ][ Charlotte Gainsbourg ][ Joan Plowright ][ Geraldine Chaplin ]
Persuasion (1995)
[ Susan Fleetwood ][ Felicity Dean ]
The Waste Land (1995)
Seascape (1994)
Undercover Blues (1993)
[ Kathleen Turner ][ Jenifer Lewis ]
Super Mario Bros. (1993)
[ Samantha Mathis ]
Hedda Gabler (1993)
Maria's Child (1992)
[ Sophie Okonedo ]
London Kills Me (1991)
[ Marianne Jean-Baptiste ][ Rowena King ][ Emer McCourt ]
For the Greater Good (1991)
[ Jodhi May ][ Connie Booth ]
Iphigenia at Aulis (1991)
Mountains of the Moon (1990)
3 Men and a Little Lady (1990)
[ Nancy Travis ][ Rosalind Allen ]
My Left Foot (1989)
[ Brenda Fricker ]
Love Song (1985)
Sacred Hearts (1985)
[ Kathy Burke ]
The Man Who Shot Christmas (1984)
[ Cherie Lunghi ] 100 Hot DVDs

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Thin-lipped and statuesque Irish actress Fiona Shaw frequently takes the lead on the theatrical stage but steers her talents toward supporting roles in feature films. Born in County Cork, she studied philosophy before moving on to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London. During the '80s she worked mainly on-stage as part of the National Theatre and the Royal Shakespeare Company. Some of her stage credits include As You Like It, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, and a one-woman reading of T.S. Eliot's epic poem The Waste Land, just to name a few. She made her film debut in 1984 as one of the nuns in the WWII drama Sacred Hearts, but her breakthrough role came in 1989 as the doctor whom Christy Brown grows infatuated with in My Left Foot. The next year, she played the wife of an explorer in the British Empire film Mountains of the Moon. She also excelled at comedy with memorable roles in Three Men and a Little Lady, London Kills Me, Super Mario Bros., and Undercover Blues. In 1995, she turned to literary adaptations and costume dramas with Persuasion, Jane Eyre, and Anna Karenina. She then played Francie's sharp-tongued mother in Neil Jordan's childhood drama The Butcher Boy. Around this time, her longtime colleague Deborah Warner directed the controversial television adaptation of Richard II, with Shaw in the lead role of the young king. Also on television, she played Hedda Hopper in the HBO movie RKO 281 and Irma Prunesquallor in the BBC miniseries Gormenghast. She collaborated with director Warner again for The Last September, based on the novel by Irish author Elizabeth Bowen. In 2001, she received the honorary Companion of the British Empire award and portrayed the spinster scientist Leontine in Clare Peploe's The Triumph of Love. Returning to the stage to play Medea on Broadway, she found herself well-costumed once again as the wretched Aunt Petunia Dursely in the series of Harry Potter feature films.

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