|Directed by||James Hawes|
|Produced by||Sally Woodward Gentle
|Written by||Lindsay Shapero|
|Starring||Helena Bonham Carter
|Music by||Nicholas Hooper|
|Editing by||Richard Cox|
|Distributed by||BBC Four|
|Release dates||16 November 2009|
|Running time||90 minutes|
Enid is a British dramatic television film first broadcast on 16 November 2009 on BBC Four. Directed by James Hawes it is based on the life of children's writer Enid Blyton, portrayed by Helena Bonham Carter. The film introduced the two main lovers of Blyton's life. Her first husband Hugh Pollock, who was also her publisher, was played by Matthew Macfadyen. Kenneth Darrell Waters, a London surgeon who became Blyton's second husband, was portrayed by Denis Lawson. The film, set in the 20th century, explored how the orderly, reassuringly clear worlds Blyton created within her stories contrasted with the complexity of her own personal life.
- Helena Bonham Carter as Enid Blyton: One of the most recognised storytellers of all time, born on 11 August 1897.
- Matthew Macfadyen as Hugh Pollock: Blyton's publisher and first husband, and father of her two daughters Gillian and Imogen.
- Denis Lawson as Kenneth Darrell Waters: A London surgeon who becomes Blyton's second husband following her divorce from Pollock.
- Travis Oliver as Corporal Alexander Morris
- Ramona Marquez as Imogen Pollock
- Sinead Michael as Gillian Pollock
- Claire Rushbrook as Dorothy Richards
- Joseph Millson as Hanly Blyton
- Pooky Quesnel as Theresa Blyton
- Philip Wright as Thomas Blyton
- Lisa Diveney as Enid Blyton (aged 19)
- Alexandra Brain as Enid Blyton (aged 12)
- Samuel Hilton as Hanly Blyton (aged 8)
- James Warner as Carey Blyton (aged 4)
- Eileen O'Higgins as Maid Maggie
- Gabrielle Reidy as Mrs. Waters
- Sion Davies as Boy at party
- Isabella Blake-Thomas as Girl at party
|Broadcasting Press Guild||Won||Best Single Drama||Enid|
|Nominated||Best Actress||Helena Bonham Carter|
|BAFTA TV Awards||Nominated|
|International Emmy Award||Won||Best Performance by an Actress|
- Mrs-Lovett.org (4 January 2009). "Bonham Carter on the set of 'Enid Blyton'". Retrieved 4 February 2009.