Judith Scott (British actress)
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Judi Scott (born 1957) is a British theatrical, film and television actress.
Film and TV
- "Mr. Turner" (directed by Mike Leigh)
- High Hopes (directed by Mike Leigh)
- Vera Drake (directed by Mike Leigh)
- News Hounds (directed by Les Blair)
- Bliss (directed by Les Blair)
- Milk (directed by William Brookfield)
- My Brother Tom (directed by Dom Rotheroe)
- Midsomer Murders(directed by Jeremy Silberston)
Cannes Television Film Awards 1992: Best Actress for BBC Screen One Tell Me That You Love Me.
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- "Reviews: Absurdia, Donmar Warehouse, London". The Independent. 5 August 2007. Retrieved 4 May 2011.
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