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Dorothy Tutin

Dorothy Tutin

Dame Dorothy Tutin, DBE was an English actress of stage, film and television. For her work in the theatre, she won two Olivier Awards and two Evening Standard Awards for Best Actress. She was made a CBE in 1967 and a Dame in 2000.\nTutin began her stage career in 1949 and won the 1960 Best Actress Evening Standard Award for Twelfth Night. Having made her Broadway debut in the 1963 production of The Hollow Crown, she received a Tony Award nomination for her role in the 1968 original Broadway production of Portrait of a Queen. In the 1970s, she won a second Best Actress Evening Standard Award and twice won the Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Revival, for A Month in the Country and The Double Dealer. Her films included The Importance of Being Earnest, The Beggar's Opera, A Tale of Two Cities, Savage Messiah and The Shooting Party.\nAn obituary in The Daily Telegraph described her as \"one of the most enchanting, accomplished and intelligent leading ladies on the post-war British stage.
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