Janet McTeer

Award-winning British actress Janet McTeer recently starred in Phaedra at the National Theatre.

Janet McTeer’s stage work includes West End shows Much Ado About NothingThe Doll’s HouseMary Stuart (also at the Donmar Warehouse), God of Carnage and Les Liaisons Dangereuses (also at the Donmar Warehouse).

For the National Theatre she has performed in PhaedraThe Duchess of Malfi and Uncle Vanya.

On Broadway, Janet’s credits include A Doll’s HouseMary Stuart, Taming of the ShrewLes Liaisons Dangereuses and Bernhardt/Hamlet.

Other theatre productions include: The StormMidsummer’s Night Dream and Worlds Apart at the RSC; The Taming of the Shrew at Shakespeare’s Globe; SimpaticoGreenland and The Grace of Mary Traverse at the Royal Court; and As You Like ItThe Admirable CrichtonGreat ExpectationsCymbeline and The Three Sisters at the Royal Exchange, Manchester.

Janet McTeer’s TV credits include KAOS (upcoming), OzarkSorry for Your LossJessica JonesThe Honourable WomanThe White Queen, Into the StormSense and Sensibility and Five Days.

And on film, Janet has appeared in Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning (upcoming), The MenuThe ExceptionMe Before YouMaleficentHannah ArendtAlbert NobbsAs You Like ItSongcatcher and Tumbleweeds.

Janet McTeer’s awards and nominations include: Uncle Vanya – Olivier Award nomination; The Grace of Mary Traverse – Oliver Award nomination; A Doll’s House – Tony Award, Drama Desk Award; Mary Stuart – Tony Award nomination); Bernhardt/Hamlet Tony Award nomination; The Doll’s House – Olivier Award; Mary Stuart (also at the Donmar Warehouse; Olivier Award nomination); Les Liaisons Dangereuses (also at the Donmar Warehouse; Oliver Award nomination); Albert Nobbs – Oscar nomination; and Tumbleweeds – Golden Globe Award, Oscar nomination.

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📷 Main photo: Janet McTeer. Photo by Shane Nelson Photography

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