Which roles are played by Celia Imrie | Characters played by Celia Imrie

Celia Imrie has played the role of Herself/Celia in 'Calendar Girls': Creating the Calendar Video released in 2004.

Celia in 'Calendar Girls': The Naked Truth Video released in 2004.

Mrs. Bennett in A Christmas Carol TV Film released in 1999.

Aunt Vera in A Dark Adapted Eye TV Film released in 1994.

Rose Henderson in A Is for Acid TV Film released in 2002.

Herself in A Night of Comic Relief 2 TV Film released in 1989.

Sissy Malton in A Question of Guilt TV Film released in 1993.

Claudia Bing in Absolutely Fabulous: Absolutely Not! Video released in 1997.

Babs in Acorn Antiques Video released in 1987.

Miss Babs in Acorn Antiques: The Musical Video released in 2006.

Helen McGann in Acts of Godfrey Film released in 2012.

Diana in After You've Gone: Deleted Scenes Video released in 2008.

Herself/Diana Neal in After You've Gone: Outtakes Video released in 2008.

Herself - Questioner in An Audience with Victoria Wood TV Film released in 1988.

Herself - Presenter in Arqiva British Academy Television Awards TV Film released in 2014.

Herself in Behind the Scenes: Agatha Christie's Poirot TV Film released in 2006.

Various Characters in Ben Elton: Laughing at the 80s TV Film released in 2011.

Barbara Thorburn in Blue Black Permanent Film released in 1992.

Una Alconbury in Bridget Jones Behind the Scenes: Resolutions of a Tragic Spinster Video released in 2001.

Una Alconbury in Bridget Jones's Diary Film released in 2001.

Una Alconbury in Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason Film released in 2004.

Celia in Calendar Girls Film released in 2003.

Celia in Calendar Girls: Deleted Scenes Video released in 2004.

Prime Minister's secretary in Comic Relief TV Film released in 1988.

Secretary in Comic Relief: Behind the Nose TV Film released in 1992.

Jean in Conversation Piece Film released in 2009.

Herself/Lady Glenmire in Cranford in Detail Video released in 2009.

Maid in Death on the Nile Film released in 1978.

Anna Gromyko in Doctor Zhivago TV Film released in 2002.

Mrs. Moritz in Frankenstein Film released in 1994.

Miss Babs in Greatest TV Comedy Moments TV Film released in 2005.

Tabby in Hacks TV Film released in 2012.

Sonja in Heartlands Film released in 2002.

Judy in Hiccup Film released in 1998.

Kate MacLeod in Highlander Film released in 1986.

Iris Du Pr? in Hilary and Jackie Film released in 1998.

Sister Muriel in Hospital! TV Film released in 1997.

Barbara in House of Whipcord Film released in 1974.

Tessa in Imagine Me & You Film released in 2005.

Fadge in In the Bleak Midwinter Film released in 1995.

Nadine Cunningham in Into the Blue Film released in 1997.

Herself/Various Characters in Julie Walters: A Life on Screen TV Film released in 2014.

Mum in Lost Connection Film released in 2011.

Amy Chamberlain in Lucky Break Film released in 2001.

Mme. Olivier in Madame Ida Film released in 2012.

Edna in Molly Moon and the Incredible Book of Hypnotism Film released in 2015.

Miss Davies in Mr. Harvey Lights a Candle TV Film released in 2005.

Victoria Madison in Mr. White Goes to Westminster TV Film released in 1997.

Patsy Diehl in Murder on the Moon TV Film released in 1989.

The Librarian in My Angel Film released in 2011.

Mrs. Quickly in Nanny McPhee Film released in 2005.

Mrs. Keen in Nativity 3: Dude, Where's My Donkey?! Film released in 2014.

Doctor Imogen Reed in Out of Bounds Film released in 2003.

Laetitia in Player Film released in 2008.

Posh Lady in Reuben Don't Take Your Love to Town Film released in 2004.

Harriet Martel in Revelation Film released in 2001.

Matron in St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold Film released in 2009.

Matron in St. Trinian's Film released in 2007.

Fighter Pilot Bravo 5 in Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace Film released in 1999.

Miss Frazier in Station Jim TV Film released in 2001.

Ann Hadon Smith in Thacker TV Film released in 1992.

Madge Hardcastle in The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Film released in 2011.

Homily Clock in The Borrowers Film released in 1997.

Lucy Otis in The Canterville Ghost TV Film released in 1997.

Mrs. Thornton in The Commander: The Devil You Know TV Film released in 2007.

Violet Pearman in The Gathering Storm TV Film released in 2002.

Herself in The King's Head: A Maverick in London Video released in 2006.

Mary Wilson in The Lavender List TV Film released in 2006.

Pen in The Love Punch Film released in 2013.

Mother in The Man Who Married Himself Film released in 2010.

Herself in The People Speak UK Film released in 2010.

Gail Forrester in The Planman TV Film released in 2003.

Susan Nunsuch in The Return of the Native TV Film released in 1994.

Doris Speed in The Road to Coronation Street TV Film released in 2010.

Madge Hardcastle in The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Film released in 2015.

Mother in The Visit Film released in 2009.

Servant at Inn in The Wicked Lady Film released in 1983.

Birdie in The World of Eddie Weary TV Film released in 1990.

Kirsty in The Writing on the Wall TV Film released in 1996.

Miss Rapier in Thunderpants Film released in 2002.

Herself/Various Characters in Victoria Wood with All the Trimmings TV Film released in 2000.

Herself/Dolly in Victoria Wood with All the Trimmings Outtakes Video released in 2000.

Various characters in Victoria Wood's All Day Breakfast TV Film released in 1992.

Herself/Various Characters in Victoria Wood: A BAFTA Tribute TV Film released in 2005.

Herself/Various Characters in Victoria Wood: Seen on TV TV Film released in 2009.

Lady Riva Hardwick in Wah-Wah Film released in 2005.

Nightclub owner in Wetty Hainthropp Investigates TV Film released in 1999.

Agnes Chisolm in What We Did on Our Holiday Film released in 2014.

Lydice Kenwood in Wimbledon Film released in 2004.

Erikson in Year by the Sea Film released in 2015.

Enid Wicklow in You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger Film released in 2010.

Bunny Heckle in 4 Play TV Series released in 1989.

Claudia Bing in Absolutely Fabulous TV Series released in 1992.

Herself (episode "Michael Caine on Acting in Film") in Acting TV Series released in 1987.

Diana in After You've Gone TV Series released in 2007.

Madame Joilet in Agatha Christie's Marple TV Series released in 2004.

'Aunt' Kathy Cloade in Agatha Christie's Poirot TV Series released in 1989.

Rachel Bromley in All Good Things TV Series released in 1991.

Ruth Proudhon in Baddiel's Syndrome TV Series released in 2001.

Housemaid in BBC2 Play of the Week TV Series released in 1977.

Miss Babs in Beautiful People Film released in 2008.

Marianne in Bergerac TV Series released in 1981.

Duchess Of Battersea in Black Hearts in Battersea TV Series released in 1995.

Charlotte in Blandings TV Series released in 2013.

Mrs. Botney in Bonjour la Classe TV Series released in 1993.

Herself - Actress in Breakfast TV Series released in 2000.

Herself in Britain's Favourite Comedian TV Series released in 2004.

Elizabeth Clayton in Casualty TV Series released in 1986.

Bella Darcy in Class Act TV Series released in 1994.

Else Queen in Cloud Howe TV Series released in 1982.

Herself in Comedy Connections TV Series released in 2003.

Helen in Coming Up TV Series released in 2003.

Herself - It's a Family Affair in Conjuring Shakespeare TV Series released in 1997.

Lady Glenmire in Cranford TV Series released in 2007.

Christina Chance in Dalziel and Pascoe TV Series released in 1996.

Mrs. Meyrick in Daniel Deronda TV Series released in 2002.

Herself in Daybreak TV Series released in 2010.

Philippa in Dinnerladies TV Series released in 1998.

Susan Brading in Doc Martin TV Series released in 2004.

Miss Kizlet in Doctor Who TV Series released in 2005.

Mrs. Calloway in Duck Patrol TV Series released in 1998.

Herself - Interviewee in Film '72 TV Series released in 1971.

Chrissy Thornton in Gems TV Series released in 1985.

Lady Gertrude in Gormenghast TV Series released in 2000.

Sylvia Langley in Heartbeat TV Series released in 1992.

Herself in Heroes of Comedy TV Series released in 1995.

Sally Surgeon (1999) in Hilltop Hospital TV Series released in 1999.

Herself in In Love with Coward TV Series released in 2012.

Thelma Bailey in Jonathan Creek TV Series released in 1997.

Gloria Millington in Kingdom TV Series released in 2007.

Michelle Marber in Lewis TV Series released in 2006.

Herself in Light Lunch TV Series released in 1997.

Herself in Loose Lips TV Series released in 2003.

Herself in Loose Women TV Series released in 1999.

Rowan Holdaway in Love & Marriage TV Series released in 2013.

Aunt Sadie in Love in a Cold Climate TV Series released in 2001.

Lady Felicity Carey-Holden in Lovejoy TV Series released in 1986.

Herself in Made in Hollywood TV Series released in 2005.

Herself/Various Characters in Mark Lawson Talks to... TV Series released in 2003.

Miss Cottingham in Microsoap TV Series released in 1998.

Louise August in Midsomer Murders TV Series released in 1997.

Herself in Movie Connections TV Series released in 2007.

Miss Babs in My Favourite Joke TV Series released in 2011.

Herself/Various Characters in Omnibus TV Series released in 1967.

Miss Jewsbury in Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit TV Series released in 1989.

Lady Daphne Goodwin in Our Zoo TV Series released in 2014.

Herself in Paul O'Grady Live TV Series released in 2010.

Professor McKern in Randall & Hopkirk TV Series released in 0.

Claire in Screen One TV Series released in 1985.

Madame Massis in Screen Two TV Series released in 1985.

Victoria Bridgewater in Screen Two TV Series released in 1985.

Davina Wright/Hopjoy in Screen Two TV Series released in 1985.

Lady MacDonald in Screenplay TV Series released in 1986.

Excerpts read by in Seven Ages of Britain TV Series released in 2003.

Sheila Johnson in Shoestring TV Series released in 1979.

Nurse in Snakes and Ladders TV Series released in 1989.

Herself in South at Six TV Series released in 1961.

Kate Lawton in Sparkhouse TV Series released in 2002.

Julie Vernon in Stay Lucky TV Series released in 1989.

Mrs Begg in Still Game TV Series released in 2002.

Sylvia in Storyboard TV Series released in 1983.

Helen Lomax in Taggart TV Series released in 1983.

Herself/Various Characters in The Best of British TV Series released in 1998.

Miss Christmasham in The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff TV Series released in 2011.

Marianne Bellshade in The Cult of... TV Series released in 2006.

Corinne Perigo in The Darling Buds of May TV Series released in 1991.

Young Woman in The Fenn Street Gang TV Series released in 1971.

Herself in The Graham Norton Show TV Series released in 2007.

Mrs. Miller in The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling TV Series released in 1997.

Caroline Jarvis in The Justice Game TV Series released in 1989.

Emily Coulter in The Last Detective TV Series released in 2003.

Hilary in The New Statesman TV Series released in 1987.

Fiona Patterson in The Nightmare Man TV Series released in 1981.

Herself - Guest in The One Show TV Series released in 2006.

Herself in The Paul O'Grady Show TV Series released in 2004.

Joanna Tundish in The Riff Raff Element TV Series released in 1993.

Herself/Various Characters in The Sketch Show Story TV Series released in 2001.

Various Characters in The South Bank Show TV Series released in 1978.

Herself in The Terry and Gaby Show TV Series released in 2003.

Herself in This Morning TV Series released in 1988.

Herself - Narrator in Timeshift TV Series released in 2002.

Grace Rushton in Titanic TV Series released in 2012.

Polly in To the Manor Born TV Series released in 1979.

Surgery Receptionist in To the Manor Born TV Series released in 1979.

Herself in Today with Des and Mel TV Series released in 2002.

Jenny in Upstairs, Downstairs TV Series released in 1971.

Marijke Dekker in Van der Valk TV Series released in 1972.

Lillian in Vicious TV Series released in 2013.

Julia/Spoof TV Ad actress in Victoria Wood TV Series released in 1989.

Jackie in Victoria Wood TV Series released in 1989.

Carol in Victoria Wood TV Series released in 1989.

Miss Babs in Victoria Wood's Nice Cup of Tea TV Series released in 2013.

Maid / Miss Babs / Shopper in Victoria Wood: As Seen on TV TV Series released in 1985.

Turkish Bath Voice/Cathy/Miss Babs in Victoria Wood: As Seen on TV TV Series released in 1985.

Mother/Carol Singer/Girlfriend/Janine/Sales Assistant/Miss Babs/Piano Customer in Victoria Wood: As Seen on TV TV Series released in 1985.

Customer / Doctor / Miss Babs in Victoria Wood: As Seen on TV TV Series released in 1985.

Woman in Commercial/Customer/Miss Babs/Herself in Victoria Wood: As Seen on TV TV Series released in 1985.

Caf? Assistant/Librarian/Miss Babs/Deb Kershaw in Victoria Wood: As Seen on TV TV Series released in 1985.

City Friend/Miss Babs in Victoria Wood: As Seen on TV TV Series released in 1985.

Sue / Miss Babs / Herself in Victoria Wood: As Seen on TV TV Series released in 1985.

Miss Carter/Erica/Miss Babs in Victoria Wood: As Seen on TV TV Series released in 1985.

Miss Babs/Second Panel Member in Victoria Wood: As Seen on TV TV Series released in 1985.

Jenny/Penny's Friend/Miss Babs in Victoria Wood: As Seen on TV TV Series released in 1985.

Miss Babs/Magazine Representative/Jane in Victoria Wood: As Seen on TV TV Series released in 1985.

Third Woman in Queue/McOnomy Presenter/Jean/Actress in Victoria Wood: As Seen on TV TV Series released in 1985.

Herself in Weekend Kitchen with Waitrose TV Series released in 2014.

Gaynor Whiteside in Where the Heart Is TV Series released in 1997.

Herself in Who Do You Think You Are? TV Series released in 2004.

Customer in Who Do You Think You Are? TV Series released in 2004.

June Bonney in Wokenwell TV Series released in 1997.

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