Dorothy Tutin Height, Weight, Age, Facts, Biography, Family

Dorothy Tutin Height, Weight, Age, Facts, Biography, Family
Dorothy Tutin Quick Info
Height 5 ft 4½ in
Weight 50 kg
Date of Birth April 8, 1930
Zodiac Sign Aries
Date of Death August 6, 2001

Dorothy Tutin was an English actor and stage artist who won 2 Olivier Awards and 2 Evening Standard Awards for her work in theatre. Her on-screen credits include a variety of shows and movies such as The Importance of Being EarnestThe Spy’s WifeIndian SummerThe Beggar’s OperaSavage MessiahJake’s Progress, Cromwell, A Tale of Two CitiesGreat Moments in AviationSouth RidingThe Shooting PartyAlive and KickingThis Could Be the Last TimeThe Great KandinskyMurder with MirrorsBody & SoulDancing QueenThe Young Indiana Jones ChroniclesHeartbeatWillow Cabins, La ronde, Anglo Saxon AttitudesThe Jazz Age, CasualtyThe Yellow WallpaperThe BillAll Creatures Great and SmallShades of Darkness, and Tales of the Unexpected.

Full Name

Dame Dorothy Tutin

Nick Name

Dorothy

Dorothy Tutin as seen in a black-and-white picture
Dorothy Tutin as seen in a black-and-white picture (Retro Actress | Ретро Актрисы / Instagram)

Age

She was born on April 8, 1930.

Died

On August 6, 2001, she died of leukemia at the age of 71 in Midhurst, West Sussex, England, United Kingdom.

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Sun Sign

Aries

Born Place

London, England, United Kingdom

Nationality

English

 

Education

Dorothy Tutin studied at St Catherine’s School in Bramley, Surrey. She also attended PARADA and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA).

Occupation

Actor, Stage Artist

Family

  • Father – John Tutin
  • Mother – Adie Evelyn Fryers
  • Siblings – Eric (Older Brother) (Died at the age of 10)

Build

Slim

Dorothy Tutin in a still
Dorothy Tutin in a still (Christian Miller / Instagram)

Height

5 ft 4½ in or 164 cm

Weight

50 kg or 110 lbs

Boyfriend / Spouse

Dorothy Tutin had dated –

  1. Laurence Olivier – She once had an affair with actor Laurence Olivier.
  2. Derek Waring (1963-2001) – She married actor Derek Waring in 1963 and they had 2 children – a son named Nicholas (b. 1966) and a daughter named Amanda. Both of the children pursued a career in acting and the mother-daughter duo appeared together in the episode titled Mending Fences of the television series All Creatures Great and Small in 1989. Dorothy and Derek remained together until her death in 2001.

Race / Ethnicity

White

Hair Color

Salt and Pepper

Eye Color

Dark Brown

Sexual Orientation

Straight

Distinctive Features

Dorothy Tutin as seen in a picture
Dorothy Tutin as seen in a picture (Christian Miller / Instagram)

Dorothy Tutin Facts

  1. As a child, she was reclusive and self-conscious.
  2. Dorothy Tutin made her first film appearance by playing the role of Cecily Cardew in the 1952 comedy-drama film The Importance of Being Earnest, a film adaptation of the 1895 play by Oscar Wilde. She co-starred in the film along with Michael Redgrave, Michael Denison, Edith Evans, Joan Greenwood, Margaret Rutherford, and Miles Malleson. Also, this performance got Dorothy nominated for a BAFTA Film Award in the “Most Promising Newcomer to Film” category in 1953.
  3. In 1972, she portrayed the character of Sophie Brzeska (a Polish writer and artistic muse most noted for being the companion of the artist Henri Gaudier-Brzeska) in the biographical drama film Savage Messiah. This role earned her a BAFTA Film Award nomination for “Best Actress” in 1973.
  4. Dorothy Tutin was cast as Natalya Petrovna in A Month in the Country for the 1974 season at the Chichester Festival Theatre and this performance won her the Evening Standard Award for “Best Actress” and an Olivier Award for “Best Actress in a Revival”.
  5. For services to drama, she was made a CBE (Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) in the 1967 Queen’s New Year Honours List and was raised to DBE (Dame Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) in 2000.
  6. In an obituary in The Daily Telegraph, Dorothy Tutin was described as “one of the most enchanting, accomplished and intelligent leading ladies on the post-war British stage. With her husky voice, deep brown eyes, wistful smile and sense of humour, she brought an enduring charm to all kinds of stage drama, ancient and modern, as well as to films and television plays in a career that spanned more than 40 years”.
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