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About Jane Horrocks
Barbara Jane Horrocks (born 18 January 1964) is an English stage, screen and television actress, voice artist, musician and singer. She played "Bubble" in the TV series Absolutely Fabulous and is known for her distinctive voice and strong Lancashire accent. Contents 1 Early life 2 The Rise and Fall of Little Voice 3 Career 4 Personal life 5 Filmography 6 Videoclip 7 Awards and honours 8 Notes 9 External links Early life[edit source | edit] Horrocks, the youngest of three children, was born in Rawtenstall, Lancashire, the daughter of Barbara (née Ashworth), a hospital worker, and John Horrocks, a sales representative. She attended Balladen County Primary School and later trained at Oldham College and subsequently at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art with Imogen Stubbs and Ralph Fiennes, and began her career with the Royal Shakespeare Company. She drew critical notice for her performance in the film Life Is Sweet (1991), followed by her award-winning performance in the West End play The Rise and Fall of Little Voice in which she sang all the songs. Horrocks became a name with the role of Bubble in Absolutely Fabulous (1992–2012). The Rise and Fall of Little Voice[edit source | edit] While working on Road, a play directed by Jim Cartwright, Horrocks warmed up by doing singing impressions of Judy Garland, Shirley Bassey and Ethel Merman. Cartwright was so impressed with her mimicry he wrote The Rise and Fall of Little Voice for her.[citation needed] She was nominated for the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress for her performance in the 1992 West End production, directed by her boyfriend Sam Mendes.[citation needed] She reprised her role in the 1998 screen adaptation, Little Voice, which earned nominations for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role, the Satellite Award for Best Actress - Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role - Motion Picture, and the British Independent Film Award for Best Actress.[citation needed] In 2000, Horrocks made the CD Further Adventures of Little Voice, again singing in the style of favourite divas.[citation needed] The recording includes duets with Ewan McGregor, Robbie Williams and Dean Martin. Horrocks collaborated once more with Robbie Williams the following year, for a cover of the Bobby Darin song "Things" on Williams's album Swing When You're Winning. Career[edit source | edit] Horrocks has appeared on stage in Ask for the Moon (Hampstead, 1986), A Collier's Friday Night (Greenwich, 1987), Valued Friends (Hampstead, 1989), and The Debutante Ball (Hampstead, 1989). She appeared in "Catherine Cookson's The Fifteen Streets, alongside Sean Bean and Owen Teale in 1989, Our Own Kind (Bush, 1991), Deadly Advice (Fletcher, 1993), Cabaret (Donmar Warehouse, 1994), Macbeth (Greenwich Theatre, 1995) and Absurd Person Singular (Garrick Theatre, 2007). Her last West End appearance was in Sweet Panic, the 2003 Stephen Poliakoff drama in which she portrayed a neurotic mother locked in a battle of wills with her disturbed son's psychologist.[citation needed] She starred in Richard Jones's critically acclaimed production of The Good Soul of Szechuan at the Young Vic in 2008, and was reunited with Jones in a new musical production of Annie Get Your Gun, which opened at the Young Vic in October 2009. Horrocks's voiceovers have been used on Chicken Run (2000), Christmas Carol: The Movie (2001), Corpse Bride (2005), Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties (2006) and Tinker Bell (2008) (in which she was Fairy Mary; she reprises the role in the Tinker Bell sequels), and on radio as Fenchurch in the audio adaptation of Douglas Adams' science fiction series The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy for BBC Radio 4. She has voiced Donner in all three Robbie the Reindeer films in aid of Comic Relief. Other television credits include Absolutely Fabulous, Victoria Wood - We'd Quite Like To Apologise, Bad Girl, Boon, Heartland, Hunting Venus, La Nonna, Leaving Home, Never Mind the Horrocks, Nightlife, Wyrd Sisters, Foxbusters, Red Dwarf, Some Kind of Life, Suffer the Little Children, The Storyteller, The Garden, Fifi & the Flowertots, Little Princess (the voice of the princess) and Welcome to the Times.[citation needed] She was the subject of an episode of the genealogy documentary series Who Do You Think You Are? in 2006. That year she played the title role in The Amazing Mrs Pritchard, a drama about a woman elected prime minister. For 10 years, Horrocks appeared with Prunella Scales in commercials for the UK supermarket chain Tesco.[citation needed] She narrated BBC2's television series The Speaker in April 2009.[citation needed] Also in 2009, Horrocks took the lead in the BBC TV production Gracie!, a drama portraying the life of Gracie Fields during World War II and her relationship with the Italian-born director Monty Banks (played by Tom Hollander).[citation needed] Personal life[edit source | edit] Horrocks lives with playwright Nick Vivian in Twickenham with their children, son Dylan and daughter Molly. Filmography[edit source | edit] 2013: Sunshine on Leith 2012: Secret of the Wings (V) (voice) .... Fairy Mary 2012: True Love .... Sandra (1 episode, Series 1.4) 2011: Phineas and Ferb (voice) .... Eliza Fletcher 2011: Trollied (TV) .... Julie 2011: Pixie Hollow Games (V) (in production) .... Fairy Mary 2010: No One Gets Off in This Town (pre-production) 2010: The Road to Coronation Street (TV) .... Margaret Morris 2009: Gracie! (TV) .... Gracie Fields 2009: Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure (voice) .... Fairy Mary 2008: Tinker Bell (V) (voice) .... Fairy Mary 2008: Julio, Jhonnatam and Leonardo Go Wild!: Treehouse of Horror - Hellen, Babs, (as Jane Devil Hell Horroks) 2007: Robbie the Reindeer in Close Encounters of the Herd Kind' (TV) (voice) .... Donner 2006: The Amazing Mrs Pritchard .... Ros Pritchard (6 episodes, 2006) 2006: Little Princess .... Little Princess / ... (4 episodes, 2006) 2006: Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties (voice) .... Meenie 2006: The Street .... Angela Quinn (2 episodes, 2006) 2005: Jericho .... Sadie Swettenham (1 episode, 2005) 2005: Brothers of the Head .... Roberta Howe 2005: Corpse Bride (voice) .... Black Widow Spider / Mrs. Plum 2005: Fifi and the Flowertots .... Fifi Forget-Me-Not (40 episodes, 2005) 2005: Look I'm Talking (V) .... Presenter 2005: Happy Birthday, Peter Pan (TV) (voice) .... Tinkerbell 2004: Wheeling Dealing .... Authentic Newsreader 2004: The All Star Comedy Show (TV) .... Various Roles 2003: Wide-Eye TV series (voice) .... Flea 2003: Last Rumba in Rochdale (voice) .... Gran 2002: Robbie the Reindeer in Legend of the Lost Tribe (TV) (voice) .... Donner / Arctic Fox 2002: Linda Green .... Teresa Franklin (1 episode, 2002, writer Danny Brocklehurst) 2001: Ivor the Invisible (TV) (voice) .... Mum 2001: Christmas Carol: The Movie (voice) .... Ghost of Christmas Past 2001: Little Big Mouth TV series (voice) .... Krystan 2000: Mirrorball (TV) .... Yitta Hilberstam 1999: Watership Down .... Hannah (14 episodes, 1999–2000) 2000: Born Romantic .... Mo 2000: Chicken Run (voice) .... Babs 2000: Discover Spot (V) (voice) .... Narrator (UK version) 2000: Lion of Oz (voice) .... Wimzik 1999: Robbie the Reindeer in Hooves of Fire (TV) (voice) .... Donner 1999: The Flint Street Nativity (TV) .... Shepherd 1999: Foxbusters TV series .... Jeffries 1999: Hunting Venus (TV) .... Cassandra 1999: Faeries (voice) .... Huccaby 1998: Little Voice .... LV (writer, Jim Cartwright) 1998: Absolutely Fabulous :Absolutely Not! (1998) (V) .... Bubble 1998: Crapston Villas TV series (voice) .... Flossie 1997: The Blobs TV series (voice) .... All Voices (1997) 1997: Bring Me the Head of Mavis Davis .... Marla Dorland/Mavis Davis 1997: Wyrd Sisters TV mini-series .... Magrat (unknown episodes) 1996: Never Mind the Horrocks (TV) .... Various Roles 1996: Tales from the Crypt .... Cammy (1 episode, 1996) 1996: Nightlife (TV) .... Helen 1996: Combination Skin (voice) 1995: Performance .... Doll Tearsheet (1 episode, 1995) 1995: Some Kind of Life .... Alison 1994: Self Catering (TV) .... Marilyn 1994: Second Best .... Debbie 1994: Deadly Advice .... Jodie Greenwood 1994: Butter (TV) .... Beggar 1994: Suffer the Little Children (TV) .... Deborah Hayes 1993: Cabaret (TV) .... Sally Bowles 1992: Absolutely Fabulous .... Bubble / ... (33 episodes, 1992–2012) 1992: Roots (TV) 1987: Screenplay .... Louise / ... (2 episodes, 1987–1992) 1992: Red Dwarf .... Cdr. Nirvanah Crane (1 episode, 1992) 1991: Nona (TV) 1991: Screen One .... Gail (1 episode, 1991) 1991: Came Out, It Rained, Went Back in Again (TV) .... Learner Lesbian 1990: Boon .... Trisha Downey (1 episode, 1990) 1990: Life Is Sweet .... Nicola 1990: Memphis Belle .... Faith 1990: The Witches (1990 film) .... Miss Irvine 1989: Alas Smith & Jones (1 episode, 1989) 1989: The Wolves of Willoughby Chase .... Pattern 1989: Victoria Wood .... Cathy Warburton (1 episode, 1989) 1989: Getting It Right .... Jenny 1989: Heartland (TV) .... Pam 1989: The Fifteen Streets (TV) .... Christine Bracken 1988: Ruth Rendell Mysteries .... Pippa Bond (1 episode, 1988) 1988: The Storyteller .... Anja (1 episode, 1988) 1988: The Dressmaker .... Rita 1987: First Sight .... Natalie (1 episode, 1987) Videoclip[edit source | edit] New Order - 1963 (1994) Awards and honours[edit source | edit] BAFTA Awards (1999): Nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for Little Voice (1998) British Independent Film Awards (1999): Nomination for Best Actress for Little Voice (1998) Chicago Film Critics Association Awards (1999): Nomination for Best Actress for Little Voice (1998) Golden Globes (1999): Nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture -Comedy/Musical, for Little Voice (1998) Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards (1991): Won Award for Best Supporting Actress for Life is Sweet (1991) National Society of Film Critics Awards (1992): Won Award for Best Supporting Actress for Life Is Sweet Satellite Awards (1999): Nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical for Little Voice (1998) Screen Actors Guild Awards (1999): Nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Cast, for Little Voice (1998), shared with Annette Badland, Brenda Blethyn, Jim Broadbent, Michael Caine, Philip Jackson and Ewan McGregor. Screen Actors Guild Awards (1999): Nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role for Little Voice (1998) Sitges - Catalonian International Film Festival (1994): Won Best Actress Award for Deadly Advice (1994) Notes[edit source | edit] ^ a b Bio at FilmReference.com ^ Jane Horrocks at The Guardian Unlimited Film ^ Jane Horrocks bio at BBC.co.uk ^ Theatre review at The Guardian Unlimited ^ Official Young Vic announcement ^ "What I know about men". The Guardian. 27 September 2009. Retrieved 4 August 2012.  ^ "Cape escape: From white sand beaches to wines and wildebeest, South Africa has it all". Daily Mail. 22 April 2012. Retrieved 4 August 2012.  External links[edit source | edit] Jane Horrocks at the Internet Movie Database BBC interview Jane Horrocks on BBC Drama Faces The many faces of Jane Horrocks Jane Horrocks on Who Do You Think You Are? Horrocks as Shirley Bassey on YouTube Authority control WorldCat VIAF: 79979854 LCCN: no96006220 ISNI: 0000 0001 1576 2778 GND: 135126924
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