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Fiona Shaw : Actress Height, Weight, Age, Movies, Biography, News, Images & Videos

Fiona Shaw CBE is an Irish actress and theatre and opera director. She is known for her role as Petunia Dursley in the Harry Potter film series, as Marnie Stonebrook in season four of the HBO series .

Fiona Shaw
Name : Fiona Shaw
Birth Date : 10 July 1958
Birth Place : Cobh, Ireland
Nationality :
Height : 1.73 m
Occupation : Actress


Fiona Shaw Movies and TV Shows

  • Agatha Christie's Marple: Greenshaw's Folly [Sarah Harding]

    Miss Marple aids a young mother and son by spiriting them away to the estate of an eccentric botanist, not knowing that it will soon become the scene of murder.

  • Ammonite [14 October 1994 (New Zealand)]

    True story of close friends who share a love of fantasy and literature. They conspire to kill one of the girls' mother when she tries to end the girls' intense and obsessive relationship.

  • Anna Karenina [7 September 2012 (Ireland)]

    Aristocrat Anna Karenina, who is married and has a son, meets Count Vronsky while visiting her brother. Their mutual attraction leads her to grief and tragedy.

  • Catch and Release [26 January 2007 (USA)]

    After the death of her fiance, Gray Wheeler decides to move on with her life. However, she is left bewildered when she comes across several hidden secrets.

  • Colette [12 October 2018 (Estonia)]

    After moving to Paris, author Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette agrees to ghostwrite a semi-autobiographical novel for her husband. Its success soon inspires her to fight for creative ownership and overcome the societal constraints of the early 20th century.

  • Doctor Sleep [February 2002]

    Dr. Michael Strother (Goran Visnjic) is a hypnotherapist with a potentially hazardous telepathic gift. In the middle of treating Police Detective Janet Losey (Shirley Henderson), Dr. Strother has a psychic viewing of a young girl drowning. He then discovers that the girl in his vision is the escaped victim of a crazed murderer. When he tries to take action, teaming up with Losey to catch the serial killer, he becomes caught in a dangerous web of intrigue and ritual homicide.… MORE

  • Dorian Gray [9 September 2009 (Ireland)]

    An attractive Englishman's image is captured in a painting that keeps him from ageing, when he exchanges his soul for eternal beauty. But for every sin that he commits, his image in the portrait rots.

  • Enola Holmes [23 September 2020]

    While searching for her missing mother, intrepid teen Enola Holmes uses her sleuthing skills to outsmart big brother Sherlock and help a runaway lord.

  • Fracture [5 June 2015 (India)]

    While visiting family in the Scottish Highlands, a troubled couple (Rosamund Pike, David Tennant) try to put on a happy face, but their three children innocently reveal all of their biggest secrets.

  • Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets [25 April 2003 (India)]

    A house-elf warns Harry against returning to Hogwarts, but he decides to ignore it. When students and creatures at the school begin to get petrified, Harry finds himself surrounded in mystery.

  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part I [19 November 2010 (India)]

    After Voldemort takes over the Ministry of Magic, Harry, Ron and Hermione are forced into hiding. They try to decipher the clues left to them by Dumbledore to find and destroy Voldemort's Horcruxes.

  • Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire [18 November 2005 (India)]

    When Harry is chosen as a fourth participant of the inter-school Triwizard Tournament, he is unwittingly pulled into a dark conspiracy that endangers his life.

  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix [13 July 2007 (India)]

    Harry Potter and Dumbledore's warning about the return of Lord Voldemort is not heeded by the wizard authorities who, in turn, look to undermine Dumbledore's authority at Hogwarts and discredit Harry.

  • Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone [12 April 2002 (India)]

    Harry Potter, an eleven-year-old orphan, discovers that he is a wizard and is invited to study at Hogwarts. Even as he escapes a dreary life and enters a world of magic, he finds trouble awaiting him.

  • Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban [4 June 2004 (India)]

    Harry, Ron and Hermoine return to Hogwarts just as they learn about Sirius Black and his plans to kill Harry. However, when Harry runs into him, he learns that the truth is far from reality.

  • Hedda Gabler [7 January 1963]

  • Jane Eyre [20 January 1996 (South Korea)]

    Based on Charlotte Bronte's novel of the same name, a story of an orphan with a difficult childhood who works as a governess and falls in love with her master. Will they ever marry?

  • Kindred [6 November 2020 (USA)]

    Plagued by mysterious hallucinations, a pregnant woman suspects that the family of her deceased boyfriend has intentions for her unborn child.

  • Lizzie [14 September 2018 (USA)]

    In 1892 Lizzie Borden lives a quiet life in Massachusetts under the strict rules established by her father. Lizzie finds a kindred spirit in the live-in maid, Bridget, and friendship soon blossoms into a secret romance. But tension mounts in the Borden household, leading to a violent breaking point.

  • London Kills Me [13 December 1991 (United Kingdom)]

    A young man who wants desperately to pull out of London's drug world by taking a job as a waiter in a normal restaurant. But to do this he must come up with a sensible pair of shoes, an item that his homeless meanderings hasn't provided him.

  • Maria's Child [Malcolm McKay]

    A flamenco dancer (Yolanda Vazquez) and her unborn child talk things over as she weighs abortion and motherhood.

  • Midsummer Dream [1 July 2005 (Spain)]

    Midsummer Dream is a 2005 computer-animated film from Dygra Films, the creators of The Living Forest. Made in Spain and Portugal, the film is loosely based on William Shakespeare's play A Midsummer Night's Dream.

  • Mind Games [2001]

    A serial killer is at large, committing a series of horrific murders. DI Frances O'Neil uses draws on her training as a profiler and her strong religious background to try to get inside the killer's mind and track him down before he is able to strike again.

  • Mountains of the Moon [23 February 1990]

    Presents the tale of Captain Richard Francis Burton's and Lt. John Hanning Speke's journey to locate the source of the Nile river in the name of Queen Victoria's powerful British Empire.

  • Muse of Fire [26 September 2013]

    As schoolboys, ttwo friends were made to feel that Shakespeare wasn't for them. As actors they now feel very differently. This film follows Dan and Giles on their extraordinary journey to get to the heart of the greatest storyteller.

  • My Left Foot [24 February 1989 (Dublin)]

    My Left Foot: The Story of Christy Brown, also known simply as My Left Foot, is a 1989 biographical comedy-drama film directed by Jim Sheridan adapted by Sheridan and Shane Connaughton from the 1954 memoir of the same name by Christy Brown.

  • Out of Innocence [2016]

    After an intimidating police investigation, a confused and frightened young mother confesses to a crime she did not commit, and finds herself charged with murder.

  • Persuasion [Masterpiece]

    Anne is distraught after her family calls off her wedding to Frederick Wentworth. Eight year later, Frederick returns a wealthy man and tries to rekindle his romance with Anne.

  • Pixels [7 August 2015 (India)]

    A special team of arcade gamers is put together to fight a mysterious alien race that watches classic games of the '80s and presumes them to be a declaration of war.

  • Richard II [Deborah Warner]

  • RKO 281 [20 November 1999 (USA)]

    Orson Welles (Liev Schreiber), all charisma and stubborn vision, is signed to direct films for RKO Pictures with a startling amount of creative freedom. Welles decides to make production number 281 a disguised biopic of media tycoon William Randolph Hearst (James Cromwell), a film which would come to be known as "Citizen Kane." But Welles doesn't understand just how much clout Hearst yields. When he gets word of the unflattering production, Hearst does everything in his power to stop it.… MORE

  • Sacred Hearts [Barbara Rennie]

    A tough nun (Anna Massey) demands belief and obedience from convent schoolgirls (Katrin Cartlidge, Oona Kirsch) in World War II England.

  • Super Mario Bros. [28 May 1993 (USA)]

    Brooklyn plumbers Mario and Luigi get the shock of their lives when they discover a parallel world populated by the intelligent descendants of dinosaurs. It seems they weren't destroyed by a meteor millions of years ago but hurled into another dimension and, now, they have plans to rule our world. It's up to our unlikely heroes to battle the evil King Koopa and his Goomba guards, free the beautiful Princess Daisy and save mankind in this adventure of a lifetime.… MORE

  • Tell Me [2010]

  • The Avengers [27 April 2012 (India)]

    Nick Fury is compelled to launch the Avengers Initiative when Loki poses a threat to planet Earth. His squad of superheroes put their minds together to accomplish the task.

  • The Big Fish [4 November 1992 (United Kingdom)]

  • The Black Dahlia [9 August 2006 (Japan)]

    Two cops, Bucky and Lee find their lives fall apart when they get coupled on a case of a mutilate actress. Amidst the background of fraud and deceit, will they be able to unveil the truth.

  • The Butcher Boy [20 February 1998 (Ireland)]

    Francie (Eamonn Owens) has a disastrous childhood and retreats into television and movies to escape the pain. His mother (Aisling O'Sullivan) is suicidal, and his alcoholic father (Stephen Rea) has little to do with him. Francie's tendency to project violent fantasies onto reality lands him in reform school, where he is sexually abused. Wildly looking to hold someone responsible for all the trauma visited on him, Francie targets his neighbor, Mrs. Nugent (Fiona Shaw).… MORE

  • The English Teacher []

  • The Hippopotamus [15 June 2017 (USA)]

    In need of money to fund his boozing, a once esteemed poet takes a lucrative job investigating the alleged miracles that occur at a country estate.

  • The Last September [28 April 2000 (USA)]

    Based on Elizabeth Bowen's acclaimed novel, "The Last September" is an unforgettable portrait of a young woman's coming of age, a sexual awakening in a brutalized time and place, where the ordinariness of life floats like music over the impending doom of history.

  • The Seventh Stream [2001]

    Five years after the death of his wife, Owen Quinn (Scott Glenn), a turn-of-the-century Irish fisherman, is still in a deep state of grief. One day, in accordance with Irish folklore, a seal emerges from the water and transforms into a gorgeous woman named Mairead (Saffron Burrows). Owen and Mairead meet and quickly begin to fall in love. However, the two realize their relationship might be short-lived, because, also according to legend, Mairead must soon return to the ocean and live as a seal.… MORE

  • The Tree of Life [29 July 2011 (India)]

    Jack tries to mend the troubled relationship that he shares with his father, Mr O'Brien. He attempts to find the true meaning of life in the modern world and questions the existence of faith.

  • The Triumph of Love [7 September 2001 (Italy)]

    A princess is determined to get things right for her homeland after she finds out that a right heir already exist in her homeland. But, first she has to change his hate into love.

  • The Waste Land [1995]

  • The White King [18 June 2016]

    A care-free 12-year-old boy rebels after a brutal government labels his father a traitor and imprisons him.

  • Three Men and a Little Lady [21 November 1990]

    Sylvia and her six-year-old girl are living with three bachelors, but she's decided to marry and move to England. Heartbroken, the bachelors scramble to prevent the marriage from taking place.

  • Undercover Blues [30 October 1993 (South Korea)]

    Jane and Jefferson Blue are spies who decide to move with their new born baby and quit their jobs. But things take an unexpected turn when they must return to work and track down a Czech arms dealer.

  • Untitled [26 October 2017 (Germany)]

    Two years after filmmaker Michael Glawogger's sudden death, editor Monika Willi uses his footage of Africa, the Balkans and Italy to create an image of the world.

  • Wagner's Women [Steve Ruggi]

  • We Believed [21 September 2010 (Acciaroli)]

    The stories of three young men who, in the wake of the ferocious repression by the Bourbon reign in 1828, decide to join Giuseppe Mazzini's Young Italy movement.

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FAQs About Fiona Shaw

What is birthdate of Fiona Shaw?

- 10 July 1958.

What is BirthPlace of Fiona Shaw?

- Cobh, Ireland.

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What is Height of Fiona Shaw?

- 1.73 m.

What is Age of Fiona Shaw?

- 65.

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