Penelope Wilton TV Actress

Penelope Wilton is an English actress. She was born on June 03, 1946 (75 years old) as Penelope Alice Wilton.

About

Penelope Alice Wilton OBE is an English actress of stage film and TV. She starred opposite Richard Briers in the BBC situation comedy Ever Decreasing Circles. She has also appeared in Doctor Who and the period drama Downton Abbey. She has twice won the Critics' Circle Theatre Award. Wilton has been married to two distinguished actors Daniel Massey and Ian Holm.
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Is Penelope Wilton still alive?

Yes, Penelope Wilton is still alive Last check: 1 year ago

What is Penelope's zodiac sign?

Penelope Wilton zodiac sign is gemini.

When is Wilton's next birthday?

Penelope Wilton was born on the , which was a Monday. She will be turning 76 in only 230 days from today (16 October, 2021).

Works

Her first feature film was Eternal Beauty (2019). She was 73 when she starred in this movie. Since 2019, she has appeared in 47 feature films. The last one is Landscape (1995). In this movie, she played the character Beth .

Penelope Wilton movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films she starred in are as follows:

Her first TV Show was Play for Today (1970).

Awards (2)

Awarded Officer of the Order of the British Empire , awarded Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress ,

Education

She graduated from Drama Centre London

Her real name:
Birth name of Penelope Wilton is Penelope Alice Wilton

Husbands

Penelope Wilton had two marriages.

Ian Holm

Ian Holm, English actor

She married with Ian Holm (88), in 1991. Penelope Wilton was 44 and Ian Holm was 59 years old. After 10 years, they break up in 2001.

Daniel Massey

Daniel Massey, Actor

Wilton married with Daniel Massey (64), in 1975. Penelope Wilton was 28 and Daniel Massey was 41 years old. They ended their 9 years marriage in 1984.

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