Marcia Warren

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Marcia Warren
Born (1943-11-26) 26 November 1943 (age 71)
Watford, Hertfordshire, UK

Marcia Warren (born 26 November 1943) is an English stage, film and television actress. On stage, she appeared in Blithe Spirit as Madame Arcati, and The Sea (2008) at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket.

She is a two-time Olivier Award winner.



Since 2013, she has 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 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.



Year Title Role Notes
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
2011 Hattie Esma Cannon
2012 Run for Your Wife Woman on seat


Year Title Role Notes
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
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
2013— Vicious Penelope ITV sitcom
2014 Father Brown Miss. Audrey Diggle Episode 2.3 "The Pride of the Prydes"
Edge of Heaven Nanny Mo ITV sitcom
Agatha Raisin and the Quiche of Death Mrs. Boggle One-off TV film for Sky1

Video games

Year Title Role Notes
2014 Dark Souls II Morrel/Merchant Hag Melentia (voice only)

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