Imogen Stubbs

Imogen Stubbs, Lady Nunn, (born 20 February 1961) is an English actress. ... more on Wikipedia

Imogen Stubbs Filmography

movie 2014 Insomniacs as Alice
movie 2011 Babysitting as Mrs. Wollenberg
tv movie 2010 The Adventures of Daniel as Mrs. Wallace
video movie 2007 Behind the Director's Son's Cut as Princess Aud
movie 2007 Revelation
movie 2005 Stories of Lost Souls as Friends in Crowd
video movie 2004 1st Annual Directors Guild of Great Britain DGGB Awards as Herself - Presenter
movie 2004 Dead Cool as Henny
movie 2003 Collusion as Mary Dolphin
movie 2003 Standing Room Only as Friend in crowd
tv movie 2002 Township Opera as Narrator
tv movie 2000 Blind Ambition as Annie Thomas
video movie 1998 Twentieth Century Blues: The Songs of Noël Coward as Herself
tv movie 1997 Mothertime as Suzie
movie 1996 Twelfth Night or What You Will as Viola
movie 1995 Jack & Sarah as Sarah
movie 1995 Sense and Sensibility as Lucy Steele
movie 1994 A Pin for the Butterfly as Mother
tv movie 1993 Anna Lee: Headcase as Anna Lee
tv movie 1992 Sandra, c'est la vie as Marie
movie 1991 The Wanderer as Narrator
movie 1991 True Colors as Diana Stiles
tv movie 1990 Pasternak as Lara and Olga
tv movie 1990 Relatively Speaking as Ginny Whittaker
movie 1989 Erik the Viking as Princess Aud
movie 1988 A Summer Story as Megan David
tv movie 1988 Deadline as Lady Romy Burton
movie 1986 Nanou as Nanou
tv movie 1985 The Browning Version as Mrs. Gilbert
movie 1982 Privileged as Imogen

Imogen Stubbs on Youtube


More early DDL...here he is in Conny Templeman's 1986 film 'Nanou', starring Imogen Stubbs as a young Englishwoman who sets off adventuring in Europe, ...


This is a gripping love story set to Devon, England in the beginning of the 20th century. (VHS quality, english language, no subs, 95 min.) http://www.imdb.c...


Dan Stevens Babysitting (2012) Artist: Romola Garai, Dan Stevens & Imogen Stubbs Director: Sam Hoare Producer: Olly Roskill & Luchan Toh Editor: Dan Sherwin ...


Clip from an episode in 1993. I think it was called "Diversion", and was based in and around Notting Hill at Carnival.