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Judy Parfitt

United Kingdom

Age: 84
Known for
as Sister Monica Joan

in Call The Midwife
as Mrs. Clennam

in Little Dorrit
as Myrtle

in Up the Women
as Mildred Layton

in The Jewel in the Crown
TV Series Starring Judy Parfitt
Up the Women

Suffrage is being introduced (politely) to the Banbury (!) Intricate Craft Circle. Comedy by and with Jessica Stevenson and Rebecca Front.


Call The Midwife
BBC One,

2012

| Drama, Family, Medical | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.6/5

It's the 1950s and Jenny is a new young midwife who's just started a job in East End London. Join her as she makes friends with her colleagues of nursing nuns and encounters the lives of the families she treats.


Little Dorrit

Little Dorrit tells the story of the Dorrit family and the rich array of characters they encounter on their way from rags to riches and back again.


The Jewel in the Crown

Drama series set in India in the 1940s, during the period of the Indian Raj. The series aired on ITV in Great Britain and in the United States on PBS as an installment of Masterpiece Theatre.


Pride and Prejudice (1980)
BBC Two,

1980

| Drama, Mini-Series
Rating: 1/5

The arrival of a young, well-off, eligible man named Mr. Bingley sends the Bennet household-with five girls of a marrying age-into a tizzy. But it's the introduction of Mr. Bingley's friend, Mr. Darcy, that sets in motion the fate of Elizabeth Bennet, resolved only after a labyrinth of social and personal complexities. This superb BBC adaptation from 1980 zips along, thanks to lively performances, fluid direction, and a keen grasp of the wit of Austen's dialogue and her satirical characters, who range from clever and kind to utterly odious. Due to its faithfulness and deep appreciation of the material, this five-episode miniseries stands up against any other film or television adaptation, though Rintoul may not sets hearts aflutter the way Colin Firth did in the also excellent 1995 miniseries.