A very accomplished award-winning stage actress, often seen in Alan Ayckbourn's comedy plays but equally at home with Shakespeare, Chekhov and Beckett, she has nevertheless been able to fit in a number of memorable film and TV roles. She might be familiar as William Gaunt's troublesome neighbour, Vera Botting, from the '80s BBC comedy 'No Place Like Home', or possibly from the more recent 'Vicious' with Derek Jacobi, Ian McKellen and Frances De La Tour - all of whom she has acted with on various prestigious stages.
Equally adept at playing duchesses and dogsbodies, Marcia Warren has also appeared in many television dramas - 'The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes', 'The Father Brown Mysteries', 'The History of Mr Polly' and more recently the season opener of 'Sherlock'. Marcia has also been in 'Holby City', 'The Bill', 'Midsomer Murders', 'Doctors' and 'Casualty'.
Sitcoms have been a staple of her TV career - 'Now and Then', 'September Song', 'Life Of Riley', 'Searching', 'Jam & Jerusalem', 'Miracles Take Longer' and 'Keeping Up Appearances'.
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