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Maggie Smith

  Maggie Smith (in Gosford Park, 2001)          
Birth: December 28, 1934 (Ilford, Essex, England, UK )

Selected Awards and Honors
  • Two Academy Awards (six nominations)
  • Five BAFTA Awards (fourteen nominations)
  • Saturn nomination (Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films)
  • Two Emmy nominations
  • Two Golden Globes (six nominations)
  • Two Laurel Awards nominations
  • Screen Actors Guild Award (ensemble)


In 2001, Maggie Smith had a whirlwind year with critically-acclaimed performances in both Gosford Park and Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. The two roles launched her (again) into the awards circuit, culminating in a very successful showing at the Cosmo Awards, where she shared awards for Best Ensemble and Best Supporting Actress (tying with co-star Helen Mirren) for Gosford Park. The same year, she became the second actress to be inducted into the Cosmique Movie Academy's Hall of Fame for Lifetime Achievement, joining Katharine Hepburn.

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