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Dench

Dame Judi (Olivia). born 1934, British actress and theatre director
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Dench Very well suited by three miles now and career best effort over course and distance last time.
Judi Dench comes out alone, briefly, at the start of the new Royal Shakespeare Co.
The latest recording of Cabaret is not the Broadway revival but a two-CD set with Jonathan Pryce as the emcee, Maria Friedman as Sally Bowles, and most especially Judi Dench. Three decades after playing Sally in London, Dench sings a bitterly memorable Fraulein Schneider.
Directed by Belfast man Kenneth Branagh and produced by Robert de Niro, it stars Kilkenny schoolboy Ferdia Shaw and Judi Dench.
The rapper, who uses Dench as street slang for nice or brilliant, launched a clothing line featuring the actress's name.
Ms Dench's latest expedition, backed by Dame Judi Dench and Sir Ranulph Fiennes, will take her around 6,200 miles over 15 countries to investigate the threats to ospreys along their route and what people can do to help them.
The shortsighted actress was filming Judi Dench's Wild Borneo Adventure when creatures up to 20ft sidled alongside her boat.
WE'RE so used to seeing Dame Judi Dench playing pillars of the establishment (from The Queen through to spy chief M in the James Bond films) that there's something quite delicious about her playing - of all things - a communist agent who fed the KGB secrets over a 40-year period.
Dame Judi Dench and Sophie Cookson share the title role, investing respective incarnations of a morally conflicted heroine sharing data with the USSR during the Second World War.
We're so used to seeing Dame Judi Dench playing pillars of the establishment ( from The Queen through to spy chief M in the James Bond films) that there's something quite delicious about her playing - of all things - a communist agent who fed the KGB secrets over a 40-year period.