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Harriet Walter (1950)

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Dame Harriet Mary Walter, DBE is a British actress.


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She is the niece of renowned British actor Sir Christopher Lee, as the daughter of his elder sister Xandra Lee. On her father's side she is a great-great-great-granddaughter of John Walter, founder of The Times She was educated at the Cranbourne Chase School. After training at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, she gained early experience with the Joint Stock Theatre Company, Paines Plough touring, and the Duke's Playhouse, Lancaster. Her partner, until his death in 2004, was actor Peter Blythe. On 21 May 2011 she married Guy Schuessler, an American actor .

She has worked many times throughout her career with the Royal Shakespeare Company, in productions including Nicholas Nickleby , A Midsummer Night's Dream , All's Well That Ends Well , The Castle , Three Sisters , The Duchess of Malfi , Macbeth , and Much Ado about Nothing .

She was made an associate artist of the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1987. Other theatre work includes Three Birds Alighting on a Field , Arcadia , Hedda Gabler , Ivanov , and Mary Stuart .

Her films include Sense and Sensibility , Bedrooms and Hallways , Onegin , Villa des Roses , and Bright Young Things .

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