Madeleine Potter and Peter Siiteri in Loves Labor's Lost at The Shakespeare Center, 1981.
|Born||Madeleine Daly Potter
Washington, D.C., United States
|Spouse(s)||Patrick Fitzgerald (divorced)|
Madeleine Potter is an American actress who has played roles in over twenty films and TV shows, including four productions directed by James Ivory. She has also appeared in numerous stage productions in the United States and United Kingdom. She made her New York stage debut in Loves Labor's Lost at The Shakespeare Center, produced by the Riverside Shakespeare Company in 1981.
Potter is the only daughter of Philip B.K. Potter (1927-1975), an American diplomat who served in the OSS, and his wife, the former Madeleine Mulqueen Daly (1921-1985). She is also a great-great-granddaughter of Episcopal bishop Alonzo Potter and a great-grand-niece of Episcopal bishop Henry Codman Potter.
She was married to Patrick Fitzgerald, an Irish-born American actor, whom she wed in 1990.
- The Bostonians (1984, Merchant Ivory) - Verena Tarrant
- Hello Again (1987) - Felicity Glick
- The Suicide Club (1988) - Nancy
- Bloodhounds of Broadway (1989) - Widow Mary
- Slaves of New York (1989, Merchant Ivory) - Daria
- Two Evil Eyes (1990) - Annabel (segment "The Black Cat")
- Spellbreaker: Secret of the Leprechauns (1996) - Morgan de la Fey/Nula
- The Golden Bowl (2000, Merchant Ivory) - Lady Castledean
- Muffin - Carole
- Refuge (2002) - Sylvia Oakes
- The White Countess (2005, Merchant Ivory) - Greshenka
- Red Lights (2012) - Sarah Sidgwick
- State of Play - Professor Tate
- Midsomer Murders "Country Matters" (2006) - Celia Patchett
- Holby City (2013) - Sharon Kozinsky
- Doctor Who - Assassin in the Limelight (2008) - Lizzie Williams
- Doctor Who - The Cradle of the Snake (2010) - Yoanna Rayluss
- An Ideal Husband, directed by Peter Hall (1996) at Haymarket Theatre
- Southwark Fair, directed by Nicholas Hytner (2006) at Royal National Theatre
- After Mrs. Rochester, written and directed by Polly Teale (2003) at the Lyric Theatre and then the Duke of York's
- Broken Glass, directed by Iqbal Khan (2010) at the Tricycle Theatre
- Ibsen's Ghosts (1982) - Regina Engstrand, Mrs. Alving's maid
- Coastal Disturbances (1987) - Holly Dancer
- Metamorphosis (1989) - Greta, Gregor Samsa's sister
- The Crucible (1991) - Abigail Williams
- Getting Married (1991) - Leo
- The Master Builder (1992) - Hilde Wangel
- A Little Hotel on the Side (1992) - Victoire
- Review by Mel Gussow, The New York Times, May 10, 1981, and "Shakespeare in New York City," by Maurice Charney and Arthur Ganz, The Shakespeare Quarterly, Vol. 33, No. 2 (Summer, 1982), pp. 218–222.
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