Diana Rigg
Below is a complete filmography (list of movies she's appeared in) for Diana Rigg . If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@chixinflix.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.
The Painted Veil (2006)
[ Naomi Watts ]
Heidi (2005)
[ Geraldine Chaplin ]
Victoria & Albert (2001)
The American (2001)
[ Brenda Fricker ]
In the Beginning (2000)
[ Jaqueline Bisset ][ Geraldine Chaplin ][ Amanda Donohoe ][ Archie Panjabi ]
Laurels Are Poison (1999)
The Rising of the Moon (1999)
Death at the Opera (1999)
Parting Shots (1999)
[ Joanna Lumley ][ Felicity Kendal ][ Nicola Bryant ][ Caroline Langrishe ]
The Mrs Bradley Mysteries: Speedy Death (1998)
Rebecca (1997)
[ Faye Dunaway ][ Emilia Fox ][ Kelly Reilly ][ Anita Rinaldi ]
Samson and Delilah (1996)
[ Elizabeth Hurley ][ Debora Caprioglio ]
The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Moll Flanders (1996)
[ Alex Kingston ][ Maureen O'Brien ]
The Haunting of Helen Walker (1995)
[ Valerie Bertinelli ]
Zoya (1995)
[ Jennifer Garner ][ Melissa Gilbert ][ Julie Cox ][ Claire Sims ]
Running Delilah (1994)
[ Kim Cattrall ]
A Good Man in Africa (1994)
[ Joanne Whalley-Kilmer ][ Sarah-Jane Fenton ]
Genghis Cohn (1993)
Mrs. 'Arris Goes to Paris (1992)
[ Angela Lansbury ]
Unexplained Laughter (1988)
A Hazard of Hearts (1987)
[ Helena Bonham Carter ][ Fiona Fullerton ]
Snow White (1987)
[ Nicola Stapleton ]
The Worst Witch (1986)
[ Fairuza Balk ]
King Lear (1983)
Witness for the Prosecution (1982)
[ Deborah Kerr ]
Evil Under the Sun (1982)
[ Maggie Smith ][ Jane Birkin ]
The Great Muppet Caper (1981)
[ Susan Blackline ][ Chai Lee ]
Hedda Gabler (1980)
The Marquise (1980)
A Little Night Music (1978)
[ Elizabeth Taylor ][ Lesley Ann Down ][ Dagmar Koller ]
In This House of Brede (1975)
Theatre of Blood (1973)
[ Diana Dors ][ Madeline Smith ]
The Hospital (1971)
[ Stockard Channing ][ Katherine Helmond ]
Julius Caesar (1970)
Married Alive (1970)
On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)
[ Joanna Lumley ][ Lois Maxwell ][ Catherine Schell ][ Angela Scoular ][ Ilse Steppat ]
The Assassination Bureau (1969)
Mini-Killers (1969)
A Midsummer Night's Dream (1968)
[ Judi Dench ][ Helen Mirren ]
Mission... Highly Improbable (1967)
Murdersville (1967)
The Positive Negative Man (1967)
[ Maria Sheriff ]
You Have Just Been Murdered (1967)
The Comedy of Errors (1964)
Our Man in the Caribbean (1962)
[ Shirley Eaton ]

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Look up "statuesque" in the dictionary and you just might find a picture of British actress Diana Rigg. Born in a Yorkshire industrial town, Rigg was two years old when her father, a railroad constructionist, moved the family to India. Six years later, she was back in Yorkshire, suffering through the discipline and rigors of private school until one of her teachers introduced her to the world of the theatre. After graduation, Rigg was accepted by the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art; she went on to the Royal Shakespeare Company, where her deeply distinctive voice, auburn red hair, and towering height (5'8") assured her such dynamic roles as Viola in Twelfth Night and Cordelia in King Lear. Though never lacking in prestige, the Royal Shakespeare paid starvation wages, compelling Rigg to moonlight in the more lucrative world of movies and TV. In 1965, she was selected to replace Honor Blackman on the popular tongue-in-cheek TV-adventure series "The Avengers," and for the next two years captivated little boys of all ages with her energetic portrayal of coolheaded, leather-clad karate expert Mrs. Emma Peel. Film stardom followed in short order with plum roles in The Assassination Bureau (1968) and the James Bond flick On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969). Though she was always welcome in films and television (she headlined a brief American sitcom, "Diana," in 1973), Rigg preferred to think of herself as a "theatre animal," and continued to star in the classics on stage, still frequently accepting a miniscule salary in order to satisfy her muse. In the last decade, Rigg published the hilarious book No Turn Unstoned, in which she gathered together the worst reviews ever received by the world's best actors (including her own bad notices); in the early 1990s, she replaced Vincent Price as the host of PBS' "Mystery" anthology.

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