Imelda Staunton, who portrays Dolores Umbridge in the “Harry Potter” film series, discusses the challenges of playing a more contemporary version of Queen Elizabeth II in “The Crown” and gives her opinion on the need for a disclaimer on the program.
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Since we can’t party like it’s 1482, we can have a “Harry Potter” version of Topsy-Turvy Day and look at how some well-known lines from the books and films would play out if they were said by a different character.
From intimidating black capes to girly pink bows, Jany Temime shares what makes a villain look the part.
The fandom has raised a generation eager to stand against systemic injustice and lift up the voices of the marginalized and oppressed.
We can all agree that both Lord Voldemort and Dolores Umbridge are evil, but is one worse than the other? Or are they equally as bad as each other?
Imelda Staunton is about to shine in a new role as BBC One premieres Alan Bennett’s “Talking Heads”, which was filmed during the lockdown with social distancing in action. Cue remote makeup tutorials and flying wigs.
Jim Carter and Imelda Staunton join forces to host Mr. Carson & Prof. Umbridge’s Ultimate Pub Quiz for charity. Dust off your knowledge of “Harry Potter” and “Downton Abbey” this coming Thursday.
The BAFTA-winning actor behind Dolores Umbridge has some excellent advice to share on how to approach challenging scenes, hone the acting craft, and work for your reality.
Imelda Staunton appeared on the latest episode of “The Graham Norton Show” to discuss Professor Umbridge, social distancing, “Downton Abbey”, and new drama “Trying”.