Which roles are played by Miranda (I) Richardson | Characters played by Miranda (I) Richardson

Miranda (I) Richardson has played the role of Herself in 'Harry Potter': Behind the Magic TV Film released in 2005.

Herself - Narrator in 30 Greatest Political Comedies TV Film released in 2006.

Herself - Winner: Best Foreign Actress in 47 premis Sant Jordi de cinematograf�a TV Film released in 2003.

Bettina in Absolutely Fabulous: Absolutely Not! Video released in 1997.

Queen of Hearts/Society Woman in Alice in Wonderland TV Film released in 1999.

Sybil Birling in An Inspector Calls TV Film released in 2015.

Early Bird in Ball-Trap on the Cote Sauvage TV Film released in 1989.

Lady Ashford in Belle Film released in 2013.

Lady Elizabeth/Queen Elizabeth (All Elizabeths) in Blackadder Back & Forth Film released in 1999.

Herself in Blackadder Exclusive: The Whole Rotten Saga TV Film released in 2008.

Herself in Blackadder Rides Again TV Film released in 2008.

Queen Elizabeth I / Asphyxia XIX in Blackadder's Christmas Carol TV Film released in 1988.

Herself in Blackadder's Most Cunning Moments TV Film released in 2008.

Mother in Broken Skin Film released in 1991.

Caitlin Thomas in Caitlin Film released in 2008.

Marquise d'Urf? in Casanova TV Film released in 2015.

Clara in Century Film released in 1993.

Mrs. Tweedy in Chicken Run Film released in 2000.

Eva Braun in Churchill: The Hollywood Years Film released in 2004.

Herself - Performer in Comic Aid TV Film released in 2005.

Herself in Comic Relief TV Film released in 1988.

Hermione Granger in Comic Relief 2003: The Big Hair Do TV Film released in 2003.

Narrator in Critical Eye: Wake Up England TV Film released in 1992.

Ingrid Fleming in Damage Film released in 1992.

Ruth Ellis in Dance with a Stranger Film released in 1985.

DHSS Blonde in Eat the Rich Film released in 1987.

Titania in El sue�o de una noche de San Juan Film released in 2005.

Marilyn in El sue�o del mono loco Film released in 1989.

Mrs. Victor in Empire of the Sun Film released in 1987.

Rose Arbuthnot in Enchanted April Film released in 1991.

Mary Field in Falling Angels Film released in 2003.

Charlie Maguire in Fatherland TV Film released in 1994.

Annette Claus in Fred Claus Film released in 2007.

Gloria in Get Carter Film released in 2000.

Stella in Gideon's Daughter TV Film released in 2005.

Narrator in Harmony in Hanoi TV Film released in 2003.

Rita Skeeter in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 Film released in 2010.

Rita Skeeter in Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts Film released in 2014.

Rita Skeeter in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Film released in 2005.

Herself - #EmpireOfTheSun in Hello: A Portrait of Leslie Phillips TV Film released in 2013.

Narrator in Hidden Universe 3D Film released in 2013.

Miss Fowl in Jacob Two Two Meets the Hooded Fang Film released in 1999.

Carolyn Stilton in Kansas City Film released in 1996.

Anna Conda in Kis Vuk Film released in 2008.

Herself in Lost in La Mancha Film released in 2002.

Barbara Castle in Made in Dagenham Film released in 2010.

Frederica/Widow in Mio caro dottor Gr�sler Film released in 1990.

Berliner at Window in Muppets Most Wanted Film released in 2014.

Herself in Off the Menu: The Last Days of Chasen's Film released in 1997.

Herself in Parade's End: Featurette TV Film released in 2013.

La femme au trench rouge (segment "Bastille") in Paris, je t'aime Film released in 2006.

Herself in Poetry, Passion, the Postman: The Poetic Return of Pablo Neruda TV Film released in 1996.

Herself in Poultry in Motion: The Making of 'Chicken Run' TV Film released in 2000.

Vivienne Haigh-Wood in Premio Donostia a Willem Dafoe TV Film released in 2005.

Veronica Scott in Provoked: A True Story Film released in 2006.

Mabs Tucker in Puffball Film released in 2007.

Rita Skeeter in Reflections on the Fourth Film Video released in 2006.

Consuelo de Saint-Exup?ry in Saint-Ex Film released in 1996.

Various Characters in Saturday Night Live: The Best of Mike Myers Video released in 1998.

Narrator in Sex Story: Fifty Shades of Grey Film released in 2012.

Lady Van Tassel/Crone in Sleepy Hollow Film released in 1999.

Herself/Lady Mary Van Tassel/The Western Woods Crone in Sleepy Hollow: Behind the Legend Video released in 2000.

Queen Elspeth in Snow White TV Film released in 2001.

Nana Mae Frost in Southland Tales Film released in 2006.

Yvonne/Mrs. Cleg in Spider Film released in 2002.

Dean Catherine Kenney in Spinning Into Butter Film released in 2007.

Susan Gilchrist in St. Ives Film released in 1998.

Annie in Starry Night Film released in 2005.

Sarah Maloney in Swann Film released in 1996.

Henrietta Blough-Pendleton in Ted & Ralph TV Film released in 1998.

Miss Lorimer in Testament of Youth Film released in 2014.

Herself - Winner: Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical & Nominee: Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture in The 50th Annual Golden Globe Awards TV Film released in 1993.

Herself - Winner: Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV & Nominee: Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama in The 52nd Annual Golden Globe Awards TV Film released in 1995.

Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Mini-Series or Made for TV Movie in The 62nd Annual Golden Globe Awards TV Film released in 2005.

Herself - Nominated: Best Actress in a Supporting Role in The 65th Annual Academy Awards TV Film released in 1993.

Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Leading Role in The 67th Annual Academy Awards TV Film released in 1995.

Mrs. Magnani in The Actors Film released in 2003.

Toosie in The Apostle Film released in 1997.

Herself in The BAFTA TV Awards 2004 TV Film released in 2004.

Dinah in The Big Brass Ring Film released in 1999.

Herself in The Blue Highway Video released in 2011.

Jude in The Crying Game Film released in 1992.

Daphne Heccomb in The Death of a Heart TV Film released in 1987.

Judy in The Designated Mourner Film released in 1997.

Herself in The Evening Standard British Film Awards TV Film released in 2005.

Patsy Carpenter in The Evening Star Film released in 1996.

Columbine/Rosalind/Ophelia in The Fool Film released in 1990.

Herself in The Hatching of 'Chicken Run' TV Film released in 2000.

Vanessa Bell in The Hours Film released in 2002.

Miss Blitherington in The Incredible Adventures of Professor Branestawm TV Film released in 2014.

Mary Turner in The Innocent Film released in 1985.

Narrator in The James Bond Story TV Film released in 1999.

Anna Leonowens in The King and I Film released in 1999.

Mysterious woman in The Line, the Cross & the Curve Film released in 1993.

Herself in The London Standard Film Awards TV Film released in 1986.

Queen Mary in The Lost Prince TV Film released in 2003.

Anne Saunders in The Magic of Vincent Film released in 2000.

Herself in The Making of 'The Phantom of the Opera' Video released in 2005.

Mary Magdalene in The Miracle Maker Film released in 2000.

Julie in The Night and the Moment Film released in 1994.

Herself in The Orange British Academy Film Awards TV Film released in 2004.

Madame Giry in The Phantom of the Opera Film released in 2004.

Queen Rosalind in The Prince & Me Film released in 2004.

Sylvia Lake in The Rage in Placid Lake Film released in 2003.

Duchess of Kent in The Young Victoria Film released in 2009.

Vivienne Haigh-Wood in Tom & Viv Film released in 1994.

Narrator in Turtle: The Incredible Journey Film released in 2009.

Oriel in Underworld Film released in 1985.

Lauren Compton in Wah-Wah Film released in 2005.

Pamela Flitton in A Dance to the Music of Time TV Series released in 1997.

Herself in A Taste of My Life TV Series released in 2006.

Paula McGill Amory in A Woman of Substance TV Series released in 1984.

Bettina in Absolutely Fabulous TV Series released in 1992.

Gudrun in Agony TV Series released in 1979.

Amy Hardwood, the elusive Shadow in Black Adder the Third TV Series released in 1987.

Queen Elizabeth I in Black-Adder II TV Series released in 1986.

Nurse Mary in Blackadder Goes Forth TV Series released in 1989.

Herself in Britain's Best Sitcom TV Series released in 2004.

Herself in Brunch TV Series released in 1997.

Herself - Guest in Charlie Rose TV Series released in 1991.

Herself in Cinema 3 TV Series released in 1984.

Jo in Dead Boss TV Series released in 2012.

Sidonie Reiger in Die Kinder TV Series released in 1990.

Herself in DP/30: Conversations About Movies TV Series released in 2007.

Narrator in Equinox TV Series released in 1986.

Herself in Exclusive TV Series released in 1997.

Herself in Extinct TV Series released in 2006.

Herself in Fox News TV Series released in 1987.

Herself in HBO First Look TV Series released in 1992.

Herself in Jackanory TV Series released in 1965.

Herself in Jools's Hootenanny TV Series released in 1995.

Herself in Loose Women TV Series released in 1999.

Herself in Made in Hollywood TV Series released in 2005.

Elizabeth Mapp in Mapp & Lucia TV Series released in 2014.

Queen Mab/Lady of the Lake in Merlin TV Series released in 1998.

Lady of the Lake in Merlin's Apprentice TV Series released in 2006.

Sandra in Mr. Wakefield's Crusade TV Series released in 1992.

Mrs. Wannop in Parade's End TV Series released in 2012.

Anna in Performance TV Series released in 1992.

Herself in Planet Voice TV Series released in 2004.

Enid Blyton in Psychobitches TV Series released in 2013.

Katherine Rhumor in Rubicon TV Series released in 2010.

Herself - Host in Saturday Night Live TV Series released in 1975.

Penny 'Patch' Newhouse in Screen Two TV Series released in 1985.

Julia Perry in Screen Two TV Series released in 1985.

Valerie Paris in Screenplay TV Series released in 1986.

Gina in Shades of Darkness TV Series released in 1983.

Herself in Shooting Stars TV Series released in 1993.

Herself in Showbiz Today TV Series released in 1984.

Herself in Sidewalks Entertainment TV Series released in 1988.

Lola in Sorrell and Son TV Series released in 1984.

Herself - Guest in Tavis Smiley TV Series released in 2004.

Narrator in The Adventures of Bottle Top Bill TV Series released in 2005.

Herself - Guest in The Arsenio Hall Show TV Series released in 1989.

Marie Antoinette in The Comic Strip Presents... TV Series released in 1982.

Stella/Elsbeth in The Comic Strip Presents... TV Series released in 1982.

Bride's Mother in The Comic Strip Presents... TV Series released in 1982.

Miss Straugheim in The Comic Strip Presents... TV Series released in 1982.

Queen Elizabeth I in The Greatest TV Series released in 1998.

Polly Wood in The Hard Word TV Series released in 1983.

Witch in The Jim Henson Hour TV Series released in 1989.

Helena de Wend in The Life and Times of Vivienne Vyle TV Series released in 2007.

Chrissie Collin in The New Adventures of Lucky Jim TV Series released in 1982.

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

Dr. Sarah Blakeney in The Scold's Bridle TV Series released in 1998.

Herself - Guest in The Sharon Osbourne Show TV Series released in 2003.

Witch in The Storyteller TV Series released in 1987.

Narrator in The Thirties in Colour TV Series released in 2008.

Hilde Wangel in Theatre Night TV Series released in 1985.

Queen Isabella in True Adventures of Christopher Columbus TV Series released in 1992.

Anne Forrest in Unnatural Causes TV Series released in 1986.

Herself - Guest in V Graham Norton TV Series released in 2002.

Mother Cecilia in World Without End TV Series released in 2012.

Herself in 'Harry Potter': Behind the Magic TV Film released in 2005.

Herself - Narrator in 30 Greatest Political Comedies TV Film released in 2006.

Herself - Winner: Best Foreign Actress in 47 premis Sant Jordi de cinematograf�a TV Film released in 2003.

Bettina in Absolutely Fabulous: Absolutely Not! Video released in 1997.

Queen of Hearts/Society Woman in Alice in Wonderland TV Film released in 1999.

Sybil Birling in An Inspector Calls TV Film released in 2015.

Early Bird in Ball-Trap on the Cote Sauvage TV Film released in 1989.

Lady Ashford in Belle Film released in 2013.

Lady Elizabeth/Queen Elizabeth (All Elizabeths) in Blackadder Back & Forth Film released in 1999.

Herself in Blackadder Exclusive: The Whole Rotten Saga TV Film released in 2008.

Herself in Blackadder Rides Again TV Film released in 2008.

Queen Elizabeth I / Asphyxia XIX in Blackadder's Christmas Carol TV Film released in 1988.

Herself in Blackadder's Most Cunning Moments TV Film released in 2008.

Mother in Broken Skin Film released in 1991.

Caitlin Thomas in Caitlin Film released in 2008.

Marquise d'Urf? in Casanova TV Film released in 2015.

Clara in Century Film released in 1993.

Mrs. Tweedy in Chicken Run Film released in 2000.

Eva Braun in Churchill: The Hollywood Years Film released in 2004.

Herself - Performer in Comic Aid TV Film released in 2005.

Herself in Comic Relief TV Film released in 1988.

Hermione Granger in Comic Relief 2003: The Big Hair Do TV Film released in 2003.

Narrator in Critical Eye: Wake Up England TV Film released in 1992.

Ingrid Fleming in Damage Film released in 1992.

Ruth Ellis in Dance with a Stranger Film released in 1985.

DHSS Blonde in Eat the Rich Film released in 1987.

Titania in El sue�o de una noche de San Juan Film released in 2005.

Marilyn in El sue�o del mono loco Film released in 1989.

Mrs. Victor in Empire of the Sun Film released in 1987.

Rose Arbuthnot in Enchanted April Film released in 1991.

Mary Field in Falling Angels Film released in 2003.

Charlie Maguire in Fatherland TV Film released in 1994.

Annette Claus in Fred Claus Film released in 2007.

Gloria in Get Carter Film released in 2000.

Stella in Gideon's Daughter TV Film released in 2005.

Narrator in Harmony in Hanoi TV Film released in 2003.

Rita Skeeter in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 Film released in 2010.

Rita Skeeter in Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts Film released in 2014.

Rita Skeeter in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Film released in 2005.

Herself - #EmpireOfTheSun in Hello: A Portrait of Leslie Phillips TV Film released in 2013.

Narrator in Hidden Universe 3D Film released in 2013.

Miss Fowl in Jacob Two Two Meets the Hooded Fang Film released in 1999.

Carolyn Stilton in Kansas City Film released in 1996.

Anna Conda in Kis Vuk Film released in 2008.

Herself in Lost in La Mancha Film released in 2002.

Barbara Castle in Made in Dagenham Film released in 2010.

Frederica/Widow in Mio caro dottor Gr�sler Film released in 1990.

Berliner at Window in Muppets Most Wanted Film released in 2014.

Herself in Off the Menu: The Last Days of Chasen's Film released in 1997.

Herself in Parade's End: Featurette TV Film released in 2013.

La femme au trench rouge (segment "Bastille") in Paris, je t'aime Film released in 2006.

Herself in Poetry, Passion, the Postman: The Poetic Return of Pablo Neruda TV Film released in 1996.

Herself in Poultry in Motion: The Making of 'Chicken Run' TV Film released in 2000.

Vivienne Haigh-Wood in Premio Donostia a Willem Dafoe TV Film released in 2005.

Veronica Scott in Provoked: A True Story Film released in 2006.

Mabs Tucker in Puffball Film released in 2007.

Rita Skeeter in Reflections on the Fourth Film Video released in 2006.

Consuelo de Saint-Exup?ry in Saint-Ex Film released in 1996.

Various Characters in Saturday Night Live: The Best of Mike Myers Video released in 1998.

Narrator in Sex Story: Fifty Shades of Grey Film released in 2012.

Lady Van Tassel/Crone in Sleepy Hollow Film released in 1999.

Herself/Lady Mary Van Tassel/The Western Woods Crone in Sleepy Hollow: Behind the Legend Video released in 2000.

Queen Elspeth in Snow White TV Film released in 2001.

Nana Mae Frost in Southland Tales Film released in 2006.

Yvonne/Mrs. Cleg in Spider Film released in 2002.

Dean Catherine Kenney in Spinning Into Butter Film released in 2007.

Susan Gilchrist in St. Ives Film released in 1998.

Annie in Starry Night Film released in 2005.

Sarah Maloney in Swann Film released in 1996.

Henrietta Blough-Pendleton in Ted & Ralph TV Film released in 1998.

Miss Lorimer in Testament of Youth Film released in 2014.

Herself - Winner: Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical & Nominee: Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture in The 50th Annual Golden Globe Awards TV Film released in 1993.

Herself - Winner: Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV & Nominee: Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama in The 52nd Annual Golden Globe Awards TV Film released in 1995.

Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Mini-Series or Made for TV Movie in The 62nd Annual Golden Globe Awards TV Film released in 2005.

Herself - Nominated: Best Actress in a Supporting Role in The 65th Annual Academy Awards TV Film released in 1993.

Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Leading Role in The 67th Annual Academy Awards TV Film released in 1995.

Mrs. Magnani in The Actors Film released in 2003.

Toosie in The Apostle Film released in 1997.

Herself in The BAFTA TV Awards 2004 TV Film released in 2004.

Dinah in The Big Brass Ring Film released in 1999.

Herself in The Blue Highway Video released in 2011.

Jude in The Crying Game Film released in 1992.

Daphne Heccomb in The Death of a Heart TV Film released in 1987.

Judy in The Designated Mourner Film released in 1997.

Herself in The Evening Standard British Film Awards TV Film released in 2005.

Patsy Carpenter in The Evening Star Film released in 1996.

Columbine/Rosalind/Ophelia in The Fool Film released in 1990.

Herself in The Hatching of 'Chicken Run' TV Film released in 2000.

Vanessa Bell in The Hours Film released in 2002.

Miss Blitherington in The Incredible Adventures of Professor Branestawm TV Film released in 2014.

Mary Turner in The Innocent Film released in 1985.

Narrator in The James Bond Story TV Film released in 1999.

Anna Leonowens in The King and I Film released in 1999.

Mysterious woman in The Line, the Cross & the Curve Film released in 1993.

Herself in The London Standard Film Awards TV Film released in 1986.

Queen Mary in The Lost Prince TV Film released in 2003.

Anne Saunders in The Magic of Vincent Film released in 2000.

Herself in The Making of 'The Phantom of the Opera' Video released in 2005.

Mary Magdalene in The Miracle Maker Film released in 2000.

Julie in The Night and the Moment Film released in 1994.

Herself in The Orange British Academy Film Awards TV Film released in 2004.

Madame Giry in The Phantom of the Opera Film released in 2004.

Queen Rosalind in The Prince & Me Film released in 2004.

Sylvia Lake in The Rage in Placid Lake Film released in 2003.

Duchess of Kent in The Young Victoria Film released in 2009.

Vivienne Haigh-Wood in Tom & Viv Film released in 1994.

Narrator in Turtle: The Incredible Journey Film released in 2009.

Oriel in Underworld Film released in 1985.

Lauren Compton in Wah-Wah Film released in 2005.

Pamela Flitton in A Dance to the Music of Time TV Series released in 1997.

Herself in A Taste of My Life TV Series released in 2006.

Paula McGill Amory in A Woman of Substance TV Series released in 1984.

Bettina in Absolutely Fabulous TV Series released in 1992.

Gudrun in Agony TV Series released in 1979.

Amy Hardwood, the elusive Shadow in Black Adder the Third TV Series released in 1987.

Queen Elizabeth I in Black-Adder II TV Series released in 1986.

Nurse Mary in Blackadder Goes Forth TV Series released in 1989.

Herself in Britain's Best Sitcom TV Series released in 2004.

Herself in Brunch TV Series released in 1997.

Herself - Guest in Charlie Rose TV Series released in 1991.

Herself in Cinema 3 TV Series released in 1984.

Jo in Dead Boss TV Series released in 2012.

Sidonie Reiger in Die Kinder TV Series released in 1990.

Herself in DP/30: Conversations About Movies TV Series released in 2007.

Narrator in Equinox TV Series released in 1986.

Herself in Exclusive TV Series released in 1997.

Herself in Extinct TV Series released in 2006.

Herself in Fox News TV Series released in 1987.

Herself in HBO First Look TV Series released in 1992.

Herself in Jackanory TV Series released in 1965.

Herself in Jools's Hootenanny TV Series released in 1995.

Herself in Loose Women TV Series released in 1999.

Herself in Made in Hollywood TV Series released in 2005.

Elizabeth Mapp in Mapp & Lucia TV Series released in 2014.

Queen Mab/Lady of the Lake in Merlin TV Series released in 1998.

Lady of the Lake in Merlin's Apprentice TV Series released in 2006.

Sandra in Mr. Wakefield's Crusade TV Series released in 1992.

Mrs. Wannop in Parade's End TV Series released in 2012.

Anna in Performance TV Series released in 1992.

Herself in Planet Voice TV Series released in 2004.

Enid Blyton in Psychobitches TV Series released in 2013.

Katherine Rhumor in Rubicon TV Series released in 2010.

Herself - Host in Saturday Night Live TV Series released in 1975.

Penny 'Patch' Newhouse in Screen Two TV Series released in 1985.

Julia Perry in Screen Two TV Series released in 1985.

Valerie Paris in Screenplay TV Series released in 1986.

Gina in Shades of Darkness TV Series released in 1983.

Herself in Shooting Stars TV Series released in 1993.

Herself in Showbiz Today TV Series released in 1984.

Herself in Sidewalks Entertainment TV Series released in 1988.

Lola in Sorrell and Son TV Series released in 1984.

Herself - Guest in Tavis Smiley TV Series released in 2004.

Narrator in The Adventures of Bottle Top Bill TV Series released in 2005.

Herself - Guest in The Arsenio Hall Show TV Series released in 1989.

Marie Antoinette in The Comic Strip Presents... TV Series released in 1982.

Stella/Elsbeth in The Comic Strip Presents... TV Series released in 1982.

Bride's Mother in The Comic Strip Presents... TV Series released in 1982.

Miss Straugheim in The Comic Strip Presents... TV Series released in 1982.

Queen Elizabeth I in The Greatest TV Series released in 1998.

Polly Wood in The Hard Word TV Series released in 1983.

Witch in The Jim Henson Hour TV Series released in 1989.

Helena de Wend in The Life and Times of Vivienne Vyle TV Series released in 2007.

Chrissie Collin in The New Adventures of Lucky Jim TV Series released in 1982.

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

Dr. Sarah Blakeney in The Scold's Bridle TV Series released in 1998.

Herself - Guest in The Sharon Osbourne Show TV Series released in 2003.

Witch in The Storyteller TV Series released in 1987.

Narrator in The Thirties in Colour TV Series released in 2008.

Hilde Wangel in Theatre Night TV Series released in 1985.

Queen Isabella in True Adventures of Christopher Columbus TV Series released in 1992.

Anne Forrest in Unnatural Causes TV Series released in 1986.

Herself - Guest in V Graham Norton TV Series released in 2002.

Mother Cecilia in World Without End TV Series released in 2012.

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