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Janie Dee won the Olivier, Evening Regular and Critics’ Group Awards for Ideal Celebrity for Alan Ayckbourn’s Comic Potential which she performed in London and NY, as well as the Olivier Prize for Best Helping Performance within a Music for Carousel, directed by Nicholas Hytner on the National Theatre. She’s worked extensively with both Sir Alan Ayckbourn and Harold Pinter, originating assignments in Ayckbourn’s Comic Potential, Home and Backyard, and Dreams from a Summerhouse and starred in Pinter’s Aged Times, Betrayal as well as the film of Special event, contrary Colin Firth (Route 4). She’s worked thoroughly with Sir Peter Hall who aimed Janie in Very much Ado About Nothing at all, Betrayal and Style For Living. Latest dramatic roles consist of: Michael Frayn’s Sounds Off on the Aged Vic and Western world End, Lucy Kirkwood’s NSFW on the Royal Courtroom, (gaining a 4th Olivier Award nomination), Blithe Heart on the Gielgud Theater, with Dame Angela Lansbury and A Midsummer Night’s Wish on tour in Asia and Russia for Shakespeare’s World. Janie has performed in various common musicals, both in the Western world End and over the UK, including: Felines, Cabaret, Showboat (RSC on the London Palladium), South Pacific, The Audio of Music, The Ruler And We, My Only (Olivier Prize Nomination) and Mack and Mabel, contrary David Spirit. She starred in Hello Dolly! at Curve Leicester, that she received the TMA UK Theater Award for Greatest Performance within a Musical, the Stephen Sondheim revue, Placing It Together on the St Adam Theater, London and a 40th Wedding anniversary concert functionality of JUST A LITTLE Night Music on the Palace Theatre. She regularly performs in cabaret at Crazy Coqs, The Pheasantry and King’s Place and it is a champ of new musical theatre writing. Her display screen credits include; Me and Orson Welles (aimed by Richard Linklater), Harold Pinter: A Special event (BBC4), Dare to become Wild, created and aimed by Vivienne DeCourcy, and THE DIFFICULTY With Dot and Harry, created and aimed by Sundance Celebration grand prize-winner, Gary Walkow. Television credits consist of: DEEPLY IN LOVE WITH Shakespeare (Sky Arts), The Southbank Present (Sir Peter Hall), Loss of life in Holy Purchases, The Murder Area (BBC) and Home of Credit cards (Warner Bros).
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