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Judi Dench
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    (December 9, 1934- )
    Won the 1998 Oscar for Best Supporting Actress (Shakespeare In Love)
    Acted in 'GoldenEye,' 'Hamlet,' 'Tomorrow Never Dies,' 'Mrs. Brown,' 'Elizabeth,' 'Shakespeare in Love,' 'Chocolat,' 'The Shipping News' and 'Iris'
    Known to American movie goers for her supporting role in 'Shakespeare in Love' and her role as M in James Bond movies
    She was awarded the title of Dame
    Her Oscar-winning performance in 'Shakespeare in Love' lasted all of eight minutes.
    She got to slap Sophie Marceau in 'The World Is Not Enough.'
    She named her daughter Finty.
    Although she is well-known for her dramatic movie roles, she did extensive work in British comedy.
    She was nominated for four Oscars in a five-year period.
    Her acting career spans four decades.
    She continued acting after the death of her husband in 2001.

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