Judi Dench by John Miller
With A Crack in Her Voice

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In this authorized, affectionate biography, the first time she has cooperated in the telling of her story, Dench talks of those who have most influenced her work and her way of life and reflects upon her most illustrious career, including her recent ascent to superstar status in America.

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John Miller was recently appointed the first Artistic Director of the Winchester Festival.
Published January 1, 1900 by Orion. 352 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography, Travel. Non-fiction

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From her stage work in Shakespeare, Chekhov and Shaw, to her startling reinterpretation of ""M"" in the Bond series, to her brilliant turns as Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth in Mrs. Brown and Shakespeare in Love, Dame Judi Dench has secured a place in both the critical and popular imagination...

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It’s not at all a “sit down and talk to your subject” kind of thing, rather, the biographer, John Miller, followed Dench around and watched her rehearse, talked to her directors and her peers, and has composed his sense of who she is from the stories told by others.

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