Miriam Margolyes is a British-Australian actress and voice artist. She made her television debut in an episode of 'Theatre 625' (1965) which was followed by guest appearances in 'Dixon of Dock Green' (1968), 'Angels' (1976) and 'Kizzy' (1976). Later she went on to feature in several dramas including 'Jackanory' (1968), 'Take a Letter, Mr. Jones' (1981), 'A Kick Up the Eighties' (1981), 'Freud' (1984), 'Oliver Twist' (1985), 'The Life and Loves of a She-Devil' (1986), 'A Little Princess' (1986), 'Mr Majeika' (1988), 'Rugrats' (1998-2001), 'Supply & Demand' (1998), 'Dickens in America' (2005), 'Bottersnikes and Gumbles' (2016-17), 'Bucket' (2017) and 'Call the Midwife' (2018-present).
On big screen, Miriam Margolyes is known for starring in the films, such as 'Stand Up, Virgin Soldiers' (1977), ' Little Dorrit' (1988), ' Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets' (2002) and ' The Life and Death of Peter Sellers' (2004). She is also known for her voice roles in the movies 'Balto' (1995), 'Babe' (1995), 'James and the Giant Peach' (1996), 'Mulan' (1998), 'Happy Feet' (2006), 'Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole' (2010) and 'Early Man' (2018).