This fall, the worldwide phenomenon DOWNTON ABBEY, becomes a grand motion picture event, as the beloved Crawleys and their intrepid staff prepare for the most important moment of their lives. A royal visit from the King and Queen of England will unleash scandal, romance and intrigue that will leave the future of Downton hanging in the balance. Written by series creator Julian Fellowes and starring the original cast. Catch up on DOWNTON ABBEY before the film with an exclusive recap at all showtimes!
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Hugh BonnevilleRobert Crawley, Earl of GranthamHugh Bonneville was born on November 10, 1963 in Paddington, London, England as Hugh Richard Bonneville Williams. He is an actor, known for Notting Hill (1999), Paddington (2014) and Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (1994). He has been married to Lucinda Williams since November 4, 1998. They have one child.More
Maggie SmithViolet CrawleyOne of the world's most famous and distinguished actresses, Dame Maggie Smith was born Margaret Natalie Smith in Essex. Her Scottish mother, Margaret (Hutton), worked as a secretary, and her English father, Nathaniel Smith, was a teacher at Oxford University. Smith has been married twice: to actor Robert Stephens and to playwright Beverley Cross. Her marriage to Stephens ended in divorce in 1974. She was married to Cross until his death in 1999. She had two sons with Stephens, Chris Larkin and Toby Stephens who are also actors. Maggie Smith's career began at the Oxford Playhouse in the 1950s. She made her film debut in 1956 as one of the party guests in Child in the House (1956). She has since performed in over sixty films and television series with some of the most prominent actors and actresses in the world. These include: Othello (1965) with Laurence Olivier, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1969), California Suite (1978) with Michael Caine and Jane Fonda, A Room with a View (1985), Richard III (1995) with Ian McKellen and Jim Broadbent, Franco Zeffirelli's Tea with Mussolini (1999) with Judi Dench, Joan Plowright and Cher and Gosford Park (2001) with Kristin Scott Thomas and Clive Owen, directed by Robert Altman. Maggie Smith has also been nominated for an Oscar six times and won twice, for The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1969) and California Suite (1978). Smith later appeared in the very successful 'Harry Potter' franchise as the formidable Professor McGonagall as well as in Julian Fellowes' ITV drama series, Downton Abbey (2010) (2010-2011) as the Dowager Countess of Grantham.More
Michelle DockeryLady Mary TalbotMichelle Suzanne Dockery born 15 December 1981 is an English actress and singer. She is best known for her role as Lady Mary Crawley in the ITV drama series Downton Abbey (2010-2015), for which she has been nominated for three consecutive Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe Award. She made her professional stage debut in His Dark Materials in 2004. For her role as Eliza Doolittle in the 2007 London revival of Pygmalion, she was nominated for the Evening Standard Award.More
Tuppence MiddletonLucy SmithTuppence Middleton was born on February 21, 1987 in Bristol, England. She is an actress and writer, known for The Current War: Director's Cut (2017), The Imitation Game (2014) and War & Peace (2016).More
Laura CarmichaelLady EdithLaura Carmichael was born on July 16, 1986 in Southampton, Hampshire, England. She is an actress, known for Downton Abbey (2010), Downton Abbey (2019) and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011).More
Joanne FroggattAnna BatesJoanne Froggatt won a Golden Globe and was three-times EMMY nominated for her role as 'Anna Bates' in Downton Abbey and reprised her role in the recent film. She also won acclaim for Liar for ITV and Sundance TV and will return for its second series in 2020. She also soon takes on an entirely different role in The Commons, Stan's newest original drama series. Joanne won a BIFA award as 'Best Newcomer' for her role in In Our Name, the tale of a soldier returning from the Iraq war and struggling to reintegrate into her former civilian life. Her film credits have included a key role in the 'terrific' independent feature A Crooked Somebody with Ed Harris and Rich Sommer, Haifaa Al-Mansour's Mary Shelley with Elle Fanning, Maisie Williams and Bel Powley and One Last Thing with Wendell Pierce. Her further credits include Sony Picture's adaptation of the international bestseller A Street Cat Named Bob, alongside Luke Treadaway and she took on a supporting role in the adaptation of Irvine Welsh's Filth opposite James McAvoy and Jamie Bell. Earlier this year she completed a long-awaited run on stage in 'the mother of all roles', leading the cast in Nicholas Hytner's Alys, Always at The Bridge Theatre in London (Hytner) and winning acclaim for her performance with The Times citing her as a 'West End star' where you 'really can't take your eyes off her'. Joanne has added a further string to her bow as she set up her production company Run After It, with numerous projects in development.More
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