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  1. Shirley Henderson - Wikipedia

    Shirley Henderson (born 24 November 1965) is a Scottish actress. Her film roles include Gail in Trainspotting (1996), Jude in the three Bridget Jones films (2001), and Moaning Myrtle in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002) and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005).

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      Henderson was born in Forres, Moray, but grew up in...

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    Shirley Henderson (born 24 November 1965) is a Scottish actress. Her most notable movie roles include Gail in Trainspotting (1996), Jude in the three Bridget Jones movies (2001, 2004, 2016) and Moaning Myrtle in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002) and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005).

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    • 24 November 1965 (age 54), Forres, Moray, Scotland
  3. Shirley Henderson - Harry Potter Wiki
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    Shirley Henderson (b. 24 November, 1965) is a singer and award-winning stage and movie actress, known for her childlike voice. She played Moaning Myrtle in the film adaptations of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.[1] Being 5' 0½\\" (1.54 m) and 37 years old when she first played Moaning Myrtle, she is the oldest actor to play a teenage Hogwarts student in the Harry Potter films.[2]

    Shirley Henderson was born in 1965 in the village of Kincardine, Fife, in Scotland. She grew up there in a working-class family, where she was the older of three sisters.[1]

    In the late 1970s, teenage Henderson noticed a singer in TV talent programme Opportunity Knocks, and decided that singing was not beyond her capabilities. She took part in a talent competition in Butlins Holiday Camp, and won the first prize. She then began singing in a boxing ring between bouts and in local music club gigs, and singing Gladys Knight and Barbra Streisand songs in local working men's clubs during Saturday nights and Sunday afternoons.[1]

    The stage play was David Edgar's Entertaining Strangers, written the previous year. She performed in the National Theatre and Cottsloe Theatre (London), under the direction of Peter Hall.[4][5][6] Satisfied with Henderson's performance, Hall cast her again for two more plays the following year, both of them written by William Shakespeare in 1623 and to be performed in the same scenarios: The Tempest, with Henderson as Miranda, and The Winter's Tale, with Henderson as Perdita.[4][5][6]

    Also in 1994, she appeared in one episode of the TV series The Bill[1] But most importantly, she co-starred with Robert Carlyle in the three-season, twenty-episode TV series Hamish Macbeth for BBC.[1][4][6] The series, based in M.C. Beaton's novels, featured Henderson as Isobel Sutherland, a journalist and the main character's love interest, and is considered Henderson's first on-screen break. Unconfirmed sources suggest that Henderson got the role because of her Shakespearian performance in the National Theatre, and that her collaboration with Carlyle led to her further roles[3] in Rob Roy (1995, a project featuring John Hurt but in which Carlyle was officially not involved).[1][4][6]

    It is also believed[3] that Henderson's work with Robert Carlyle led to her role as Spud's girlfriend Gail in Trainspotting (1996), co-starring Carlyle, Peter Mullan, and Kelly Macdonald.[1][6][4][3]. During the premiere, Henderson returned to theatre for Simon Donald's The Life of stuff, directed by John Mitchell[5] in the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh.[6][4] In 1999, Henderson performed in no less than two mainstream (as opposed to TV) movies and two stage plays with directors she had previously worked with. The plays were The Maiden Stone, at Hampstead Theatre[6][4] under Matthew Lloyd[5] and Anna Weiss at Whitehall Theatre.[6][4] under Michael Attenborough[5] In that same year, Henderson also acted in Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story (also featuring Ian Hart and Mark Williams),[1][6] and returned to TV to play Mileva Maric in E=mc², also broadcast as an episode of the series Nova.[1][6] A clear returner, Henderson returned to Shakespeare to act in a BBC episode of ShakespeaRe-Told, performing Katherine Minola in The Taming of the Shrew.[1][4][6] Lastly, she acted in the film Frozen, winning the BAFTA Scotland Award for Best Actress in a Scottish Film; the Best Actress Award of the Marrakech International Film Festival; a Special mention in the Créteil International Women's Film Festival; and the Best Actress Award of the Cherbourg-Octeville Festival of Irish & British Film - becoming the only actress to win that award twice). She was also a runner-up for the Golden Needle at the Seattle International Film Festival.[1][4][6] In 2007, Henderson played one of the leads in the comedy I Really Hate My Job[1][6], and also appeared in Channel 4 TV movie Wedding Belles (also featuring Miles Jupp).[1][6]

    In 1997, Henderson appeared in TV movie Bumping the Odds, again for BBC[1][6][4], and also at the Old Vic Theatre of London to perform in Shining Souls, written and directed by Chris Hannan[6][4] She also appeared as Adela in Spanish playwright Federico García Lorca's masterpice The House of Bernarda alba, produced by Robbie Allen and directed by Hamish Macbeth director Stuart Davids (who cast several actresses from the series).[6][8][9]

    In 1998, Henderson only performed an uncredited role as the \\"woman in dream\\" in the British Film Institute movie Speak like a child[1][4] - but 1999 would be a very interesting year for her.

    The first of her two 1999 movies were Michael Winterbottom's drama Wonderland for Paramount Pictures (also featuring Abby Ford and Ian Hart), in which she got the top billing.[1][6][4]. The other movie was Mike Leigh's musical biography Topsy-Turvy (featuring Ashley Artus, Jim Broadbent and Timothy Spall), in which Henderson played historical soprano Leonora Braham and performed no less than four songs. The movie, although not a commercial success, received favourable reviews from the critics and won a number of awards; Henderson herself was nominated as the British Supporting Actress of the Year for the London Critics Circle, but lost to Samantha Morton for Sweet and Lowdown. Henderson would also be later nominated for the 2001 Bowmore/Scottish Screen/Sunday Times Actress of the Year, for her work in both Topsy-Turvy and Wonderland, but again she did not win.

    Henderson's work in 2002 nominated her again to the Bowmore/Scottish Screen/Sunday Times Actress of the Year and named her the Most Deserving Actor by The Scotsman newspaper, in both cases for the same four movies: 24-Hour Party People, Once Upon a Time in the Midlands, Villa des Roses and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Other projects that year could not be taken into account: Wilbur was a Danish production, Red Dress was a short film, and Doctor Sleep was not considered for unknown reasons).[1]

    Not shy to accept many simultaneous projects, Henderson acted in four mainstream movies and one TV project in 2003, winning four awards because of them. To name her movies, she acted in AfterLife;[1][4] in Intermission, for which she was nominated to the British Supporting Actress of the Year by the London Critics Circle by the third and (until now) last time, and even in her transvestite role she lost to Emma Thompson for Love Actually; in Fishy, for which she won the Silver Plaque at the Chicago International Film Festival; and in American Cousins, for which she won the Best Actress-Comedy Jury Award of the Newport Beach Film International Film Festival, and her first Cherbourg-Octeville Festival Actress award.[1][4] Her TV projects included, beyond an interview for GMTV[1][4], the mini-series Charles II: The Power & The Passion, for BBC, where she acted as Catherine of Braganza[1][4]. The series is considered, along with The Way We Live Now, one of her best TV performances.[6] Her work in American Cousins, Intermission and Wilbur Wants to Kill Himself gave her the 2004 Bowmore/Scottish Screen/Sunday Times Actress of the Year Award, after four failed nominations.[1] In 2004, Henderson returned to a franchise she previously had worked in: Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (featuring again Jim Broadbent, Campbell Graham, Gemma Jones, and new additions Jessica Hynes and Morne Botes, who was a double in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire).[1][4][6] Henderson also acted in Sony Pictures Classics's Yes[1][4][6] and in TV movie Dirty Filthy Love[1][4], a drama about a sufferer of OCD and Tourette's Syndrome[3], for which she was praised[6] and nominated by the Royal Television Society for the Best Actress Award (lost to Anamaria Marinca for Sex Traffic).[1] She was also nominated for the Best Scottish Actor Award at the Glenfiddich Spirit of Scotland Awards.[1]

    In 2006, she appeared in two movies, including Sophia Coopola's Marie Antoinete[1][6] and comedy Ma Boy[1], plus the episode Love & Monsters of Doctor Who,[1][6] in which she performed Ursula Blake, a member of the London Investigative 'N Detective Agency (LINDA) who was betrayed and absorbed by her leader, the disguised monster Abzorbaloff, and later partially returned.[10] Archive footage of Henderson as Ursula later appeared in the episode Journey's End.[1] Again in 2006, Henderson appeared uncredited in direct-to-DVD Joy Division: Under Review, and prepared her role for the movie Master of Lies, who was eventually not produced.[1]

    Finally, in 2008, Henderson appeared in mainstream productions Wild Child[1][6] and Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day[1][6], along with ITV1 two-part comedy drama May Contain Nuts.[1][6] She performed voice work for BBC Radio 4's radio-drama The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists[5].

    Her next project to greenlight is a TV movie adapting Agatha Christie's work, Marple: Murder Is Easy, which will probably be seen in 2008.[1] She has re-united with the original cast of Trainspotting for the 2017 sequel, T2: Trainspotting, also starring Kelly Macdonald and Katie Leung.

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  4. Shirley Henderson – Wikipedia

    Shirley Henderson (* 24.November 1965 in Kincardine, Schottland) ist eine schottische Schauspielerin.Sie ist die älteste von drei Töchtern einer Arbeiterfamilie. International wird sie oft mit der Rolle der Maulenden Myrte aus den Harry-Potter-Filmen

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  6. Shirley Henderson – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

    Shirley Henderson (Forres, 24 de novembro de 1965) é uma atriz britânica nascida na Escócia. Seu papel mais conhecido é a Murta Que Geme em Harry Potter e a Câmara Secreta. Também atuou em O Diário de Bridget Jones. Em 2004, participou do filme Yes e em 2005 voltou a fazer o papel de Murta Que Geme em Harry Potter e o Cálice de Fogo.

  7. Nov 07, 2016 · Shirley Henderson was born on November twenty-four, 1965 in Forres, Moray, Scotland. At age 17, she relocated to London exactly where she attended the actual Guildhall School associated with Music and Crisis and graduated within 1986.The subsequent year, she was throw as Elizabeth Findlay within the children’s TV drama Shadow from the Stone.

  8. Shirley Henderson - Biography - IMDb

    Shirley Henderson was the eldest of three sisters born into a working-class family in the village of Kincardine in Fife, Scotland. As a teenager she sang locally and performed in school drama clubs. Her first break came when she watched a singer on the Opportunity Knocks (1956) TV talent program and decided she could do as well.

  9. Is Shirley Henderson Married? Has On-Reel Husband, What About ...

    Nov 29, 2018 · Shirley Henderson’s Biography Born on 24 November 1965 in Fife, Scotland, Shirley is the eldest of three siblings, who has soft, raspy, squeaky, childlike voice which she is quite famous for. Following her unique voice, as a teenager she used to play gigs for local working men's clubs, singing songs of Abba, The Carpenters, and Barbara Streisand.

  10. Laverne & Shirley - Wikipedia

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