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She is a two time Olivier Award winner.
Warren trained as an actress at Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, graduating in 1963. From there on she took the path of many of her performing contemporaries, acting in repertory throughout the country - beginning as an assistant stage manager in David Copperfield in Salisbury.
From 2013 to 2016, she played the role of Penelope in the ITV sitcom Vicious and also starred in the 2014 sitcom Edge of Heaven as Nanny Mo. She has also appeared in an episode of Keeping Up Appearances.
She has won two Laurence Olivier Theatre Awards for Best Actress in a Supporting Role—one in 1984 for Stepping Out and the other in 2002 for Humble Boy at the Royal National Theatre. She was also nominated for another in 2001 for In Flame at the New Ambassadors Theatre.
|1985||Mr. Love||Doris Lovelace|
|1994||Don't Get Me Started||Pauline Lewis|
|2005||Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont||Vera Post|
|The Jealous God||Mrs. Dungarvan|
|2012||Run for Your Wife||Woman on seat|
|2016||Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie||Lubliana|
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|1983–1986||No Place Like Home||Vera Botting||TV sitcom|
|1986||We'll Think of Something||Maureen Brooks||ITV sitcom|
|1992||Keeping Up Appearances||Bunty||TV sitcom|
|1996-1998||Dangerfield (TV series)||Angela Wakefield||TV Drama|
|2000||Coronation Street||Gladys Braithwaite||Guest role|
|2003–2004||My Dad's the Prime Minister||Granny Philips||TV sitcom|
|2006||Housewife, 49||Mrs. Lord||One-off TV film|
|2006, 2008||Jam & Jerusalem||Lady Anne Crump||TV sitcom|
|2007||Midsomer Murders||Melissa Shrike|
|2008||The Long Walk to Finchley||Old Dear||One-off BBC Four TV drama|
|2009||Victoria Wood's Midlife Christmas||Arnica|
|2011||The Café||Alice Dobson||Sky1 series|
|2014||Father Brown||Miss. Audrey Diggle||Episode 2.3 "The Pride of the Prydes"|
|2014||Edge of Heaven||Nanny Mo||ITV sitcom|
|2014||Agatha Raisin and the Quiche of Death||Mrs. Boggle||One-off TV film for Sky1|
|2015||Crackanory||Dolly Coblington||Series 3, Episode 6|
|2017||Sherlock||Vivian Norbury||The Six Thatchers (Series 4, Episode 1)|
|2017||Josh||Violet||Series 3, Episode 4|
|2019||Don’t Forget the Driver||Joy||Series 1|
|2003||Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness||Margot Carvier (voice only)|
|2014||Dark Souls II||Morrel/Merchant Hag Melentia (voice only)|