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Diana Rigg
Date of birth: 20 July 1938
Date of death: Alive (or unknown)
Country Of Origin: England


    Dame Diana Rigg, Order of the British Empire (born 20 July 1938), born Enid Diana Elizabeth Rigg, is an England actor.
Early life

Rigg was born in the South Yorkshire town of DoncasterBBC South Yorkshire, Meet... Dame Diana Rigg. Url accessed on 14 July, 2006., to Beryl Helliwell and Louis Rigg, a newspaperman who had been born in .... (More...)
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I hope there's a tinge of disgrace about me. Hopefully, there's one good scandal left in me yet.

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I made a bit of a stink. At the time, it was considered very bad form.

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I'm very acute about the fascinatingly complex relationship between the mother and the son. He needed her to be with him in order to subscribe to her distorted view of him, and on the trip without her, he suddenly found himself playing it to excess.

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Maybe at this stage in my career, it's from that younger generation that I have most to learn.

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They do say that the profession gets increasingly difficult, but my career seems to have been inside out. I'm playing the biggest parts now that I'm older. That's probably right, because I wasn't ready for them before.

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We were both from the north,' she says. 'We cut to the quick and didn't take any rubbish. And besides, there's the fact that he did love me.

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Yes, it is like a baton change. Or like a pair of scales. The balance is incredibly important. If the first half doesn't work, the second half won't work. Mrs Venables has to set it up. She says that Catharine's truth will collapse, not my truth.

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Yes, well, you are quite camp, so I guess that he could see the point of you.

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