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Diane D'Aquila as Queen Elizabeth I

Diane D'Aquila starred as Queen Elizabeth in a Canadian television dramatisation of Timothy Findley's play Elizabeth Rex (2004).

LINKS:
Elizabeth Rex on IMDb
Diane D'Aquila on Wikipedia
Elizabeth Rex on Wikipedia



Anne Marie Duff as Queen Elizabeth I

Anne Marie Duff starred as Elizabeth I in the highly acclaimed 2005 television drama Elizabeth I: The Virgin Queen. This mini-series chronicled Elizabeth's life from the troubled years before her accession to her death, and is a far more faithful presentation of the Queen's life than many other productions. Duff is considered by some to be a serious rival to Glenda Jackson as the greatest screen queen.

LINKS:
The Virgin Queen on IMDb
Anne Marie Duff on Wikipedia





Helen Mirren as Queen Elizabeth I

Helen Mirren starred as Elizabeth, alongside Jeremy Irons as Robert Dudley, in the award-winning 2007 drama Elizabeth I. This mini-series portrays the Queen's personal life in the latter years of her reign, focussing on her relationship with Dudley and his step-son, the Earl of Essex. Mirren gives a strong and convincing performance.

LINKS:
Elizabeth I on IMDb
HelenMirren.com
Helen Mirren on Wikipedia



Laoise Murray as Queen Elizabeth I

Laoise Murray played a young Elizabeth in the fourth season of the historical saga The Tudors (2010).

LINKS:
The Tudors on IMDb
Laoise Murray on Wikipedia





Joely Richardson as Queen Elizabeth I

Joely Richardson starred as Queen Elizabeth in the 2011 film Anonymous. While the portrayal of the Queen is very far fetched, the film is an interesting take on the Shakespearean Authorship Question.

Richardson's mother, Vanessa Redgrave, plays the older Queen.

LINKS:
Anonymous on IMDb
Joely Richardson on Wikipedia





Vanessa Redgrave as Queen Elizabeth I

Vanessa Redgrave, who starred as Mary, Queen of Scots in the 1971 film, plays an older Queen Elizabeth I in the 2011 film Anonymous. Her daughter, Joely Richardson plays the younger Queen.

LINKS:
Anonymous on IMDb
Vanessa Redgrave on Wikipedia



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