Dame Enid Diana Elizabeth Rigg, DBE (born 20 July 1938) is an English actress. She is known for the role of Emma Peel in the TV series The Avengers, which she appeared in from 1965 to 1968. She has also had an extensive career in the theatre, including playing the title role in Medea, both in London and New York. For this role, she won the 1994 Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play. Considered a sex symbol she was made a CBE in 1988 and a Dame in 1994. Wikipedia
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|2015||The Honourable Rebel||Narrator|
|2015||You, Me and the Apocalypse||Sutton|
|2015||The Further Adventures of Professor Branestawm||Lady Pagwell|
|2014||Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero||Mayor Pink Panda|
|2011||Game of Thrones||Olenna Tyrell|
|2006||The Painted Veil||Mother Superior|
|2005||Doctor Who||Mrs. Gillyflower|
|2003||The Last King||Queen Henrietta Maria|
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|2||Could I Leave You|
|3||You're The Top|
|4||Forget Yesterday (7" version)||2008|
|5||Ah But Underneath|
|6||Sentimental Journey (7" version)||2008|
|9||More Beautiful Than Me|
In those days, trousers were appallingly cut for women so I used to go to a gentlemen's tailor to have them made. Nowadays you can look at some quite highly priced clothes and be astonished at how badly they are finished. But then, people don't look for that any more, it's only old bags like me that do. When I need to look smart, I go for Armani because he's just absolutely brilliant at tailoring. I always dress for myself, not men or other women. I'm well aware of them though - you get the sweep of the eye up and down and I think, "You poor thing, are you so competitive that you have to measure yourself against everyone else?" It's so pathetic.