Badland, Annette

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BADLAND, Annette


Career: Actress.

Awards, Honors: Screen Actors Guild Award nomination (with others), outstanding performance by a cast, 1999, for Little Voice; Laurence Olivier Award nomination, Society of West End Theatre, for The Rise and Fall of the Little Voice.


Film Appearances:

Griselda Fishfinger, Jabberwocky, Cinema 5, 1977.

Jenny, Last Day of Summer, 1984.

Sister Mercy, Sacred Hearts, 1984.

Telephone operator, Out of Order, 1987.

Cook, The Kitchen Child, 1990.

Linda, Syrup, 1993.

Mary, Anchoress, International Film Circuit, 1993.

Nurse Wrekin, Beyond Bedlam (also known as Nightscare ), International Video Productions/Finnkino, 1993.

Maggie, Captives, Miramax, 1994.

Connie Babblehump, The Grotesque (also known as Gentlemen Don't Eat Poets and Grave Indiscretion ), LIVE Entertainment, 1995.

Lady Alabaster, Angels and Insects, Samuel Goldwyn, 1995.

Katherine, Caught in the Act, 1996.

Martyn's barrister, The Hollow Reed (also known as Believe Me, Lautlose Schreie, and Tras el silencioHollow Reed ), 1996.

Pat (Tim's mother), 24 7: Twenty Four Seven (also known as Twenty Four Seven ), October Films, 1997.

Sadie, Little Voice, Miramax, 1998.

Cook, Mrs. Caldicot's Cabbage War, Arrow Film Distributors, 2000.

Psychologist, Beautiful People, Trimark Pictures, 2000.

Rose, Honest, Winchester Films, 2000.

Brown Owl, Redemption Road, Fusion International Sales, 2001.

Head nurse, My Other Wheelchair Is a Porsche (short film), 2002.

Lily, A Village Tale, 2002.

Marlene, Secret Society (also known as Club der starken Frauen ), First Run Features, 2002.

Stella, Club Le Monde, ScreenProjex, 2002.

Television Appearances; Series:

Charlotte, Bergerac, BBC, 19811984.

Christine, Trouble and Strife, Central Independent Television, 19851986.

Willow, Making Out, BBC, 19891991.

Shine, Archer's Goon, [Great Britain], beginning 1992.

Nurse, Inside Victor LewisSmith, BBC2, 1993.

Dolly Buckle, Blackhearts in Battersea, BBC, beginning 1996.

The Queen's Nose, [Great Britain], beginning 1998.

Brawdie Henshall, Cutting It, BBC, beginning 2002, UK Drama, beginning 2002, and UK G2, beginning 2003.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Vera, Pictures, [Great Britain], 1983, broadcast on Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1983.

Piggy Fassbinder, Lace, ABC and ITV, 1984.

Gladys Martin, "A Pocket Full of Rye," Miss Marple (also known as Agatha Christie's Miss Marple, Series II ), BBC, Arts and Entertainment, and Network 7, 1985.

Piggy Fassbinder, Lace II, ABC and ITV, 1985.

The Mushroom Picker, BBC, 1993.

Big Smithy, Smokescreen, BBC, 1994.

Farmer Grultrud's wife, Gulliver's Travels, NBC, 1996.

Brenda, Holding On, BBC America, 1997.

Chertsey cook, Oliver Twist, PBS, 1999.

Confusion's fourth wife, The Lost Empire (also known as Monkey KingEin Krieger zwischen den Welten ), NBC, 2001.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Tap dancing pupil, The Naked Civil Servant: The Autobiography of Quentin Crisp (also known as The Naked Civil Servant ), Thames Television and PBS, 1975.

French woman on bus, Crossing to Freedom (also known as The Pied Piper and The Red Piper ), CBS, 1990.

Cuts, [Great Britain], 1996.

Mrs. Fezziwig, A Christmas Carol, TNT, 1999.

Mrs. Pinkton, The Gentleman Thief, BBC, 2002.

Mrs. Stannidge, The Mayor of Casterbridge, Arts and Entertainment, 2003.

Indian Dream (also known as The Village ), BBC, 2003.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Girl in bureau, "Looking for Mr. Wright," Shoestring, BBC, 1980.

Nurse, "Crossing the Line," Nanny, BBC, 1982.

Nurse, "In," Minder, Thames Television and Euston Films, 1982.

Nurse, "Mummy's Brave Little Soldier," You Must Be the Husband, BBC, 1987.

Sybil Darnley, "The Rough and the Smooth," All Creatures Great and Small, BBC, 1989.

Jodie Forbes, "Remembrance," Casualty, BBC, 1990.

Dawn, "Young at Heart," 2.4 Children (also known as 2point4 Children and Two Point Four Children ), BBC, 1991.

Dawn, "Beam Me Up, Scotty," 2.4 Children (also known as 2point4 Children and Two Point Four Children ), BBC, 1993.

Ailsa, "Babies," Frank Stubbs Promotes, Carlton Television, 1994.

Ms. Emmett, "Episode 2," Blue Heaven, Channel 4, 1994.

Thalia Thomas, "The Parent Trap," Love Hurts, BBC, 1994.

Miss Bliss, Mike & Angelo, ITV, 1995.

Pizza restaurant employee, "Episode 4," Fist of Fun, [Great Britain], 1995.

Angie Barker, "The Fat Lady Sings," The Bill, Thames Television and Yorkshire Television, 1998.

Mrs. Tapioca, "The Heat Is On," The Worst Witch, HBO, 1998.

Mrs. Tapioca, "A Mean Halloween," The Worst Witch, HBO, 1998.

Mrs. Tapioca, "When We Feast at the Midnight Hour," The Worst Witch, HBO, 1998.

Eleri, "Search for the Hero," Holby City, BBC, 1999.

Mrs. Tapioca, "Animal Magic," The Worst Witch, HBO, 1999.

Penny Rowan (some sources cite Penny Rowse), "Look Again," The Bill, Thames Television and Yorkshire Television, 1999.

Judy Brownlow, "A Woman's Right to Choose," Doctors, BBC, 2000.

Edna Pendleton, "The Best Man," Born and Bred, BBC, 2002.

Mrs. Spriggs, "Five Little Pigs," Poirot, London Weekend Television and ITV, 2003.

Appeared in A Bit of Fry and Laurie, BBC; The Demon Headmaster, BBC; and Hale and Pace, ITV.

Television Appearances; Other:

Cook, The Little Princess (special), PBS, 1987.

Chinese Whispers, BBC, 1989.

Appeared in Great Expectations and Outside Edge.

Stage Appearances:

Doctor Faustus, Young Vic Theatre, London, beginning 2002.

Appeared in As You Like It, Comrades, Love's Labour's Lost, Romeo and Juliet, The Taming of the Shrew, and Toad of Toad Hall, all Royal Shakespeare Company; appeared in The Rise and Fall of the Little Voice (also known as Little Voice ), London; also appeared in productions of Hobson's Choice, Hotel Paradise, Joking Apart, Last Resort, Pygmalion, and The Seagull.