British actress Miranda Richardson’s frenzied work schedule and unparalleled work ethic won her accolades and praises from the masses. Ironically, the very thing she loved the most derailed her love life.

The Southport native first rose to prominence by starring as Ingrid Thompson Fleming in 1992 flick Damage. She can be most popularly recognized as Rita Skeeter from the Harry Potter movie series.

Married To Her Character:- Miranda appears on This Morning to promote her new 2018 TV show Girlfriends (Published on 28 June 2018)

Before making it big in the big screen, she had gained recognition by starring in 1986 BBC sitcom Blackadder II as a comedic Queen Elizabeth I (otherwise, often referred to as Queenie).

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Miranda’s latest venture Curfew - a street racing British drama - is set to release on 2019. Joining her as the cast are Adrian Lester, Michael Rowen, Guz Khan, Phoebe Fox, Billy Zane, and Sean Bean. Adam Brody was the latest actor to be added to the Curfew’s star-studded cast.    

Miranda Richardson Mini-Bio: Age, Family & Sister

Born on 3 March 1958 in Southport, Lancashire, England, Miranda was raised alongside her sister, who was eight years senior. Her father, William Alan Richardson was a marketing executive, while her mother, Marian Georgina (Townsend) was a stay-home mom.

As a teenager, the Damage actress aspired to become a veterinarian but shifted her focus to acting. Miranda, age 60, earned her degree in Drama from Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. The ensuing years saw her made a name for herself in the British theatre scene.     

Brief Detour Of Miranda Richardson’s Filmography

Miranda made her big-screen debut in 1985 playing Ruth Ellis in the biographical drama Dance with a Stranger.

In 1993, she won her first Golden Globe by clinching the Best Actress in Motion Picture Musical/Comedy Award for her portrayal of Rose Arbuthnot in the movie Enchanted April.

Coming Of Age Flick:- Miranda stars as a lead in the movie poster of 1993 film Enchanted April (Photo:- 

Two years after her first win, she would win another Golden Globe for her supporting role in the British TV series Fatherland. She also won a BAFTA for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Damage.

Besides these, the Southport native has starred in a plethora of TV Shows and Movies including The Crying Game(1992), A Dance to the Music of Time(1997), The Lost Prince(2003), Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005),The Young Victoria(2009), and Stronger(2017).

Miranda Richardson’s New Movie and TV Show Projects in 2018 And 2019

As of her latest projects, she starred in two movies Churchill and Stronger in 2017; in the 2018 British TV series Girlfriends as Sue Thackery and in 2019 is set to star in the six-part tv series Good Omen which is based on the 1990 novel Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch.

As of more updates on her upcoming projects, she has signed on for the English-language remake of Un Certain Regard winner “Rams.” She will be playing Kat, the local veterinarian of a sheep-farming town hit by a rare disease affecting the flocks of estranged brothers Colin and Les.

Miranda Richardson’s Net Worth Reveal

As a veteran actress, she has made the majority of her earnings from the movie and television show industry. With even more new projects upcoming her way, her new earnings are definitely incoming too.

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The respected actress has a whopping net worth of $8 million.

Is Miranda Richardson Married?

Like many of us, the Daily Mail journalist Jenny Johnston wanted insight into Miranda’s intimate life when she interviewed the latter in March 2009.

The Enchanted April star tiptoed around Jenny’s question about her current relationship status by claiming that “she never wants to feel up for grabs.”
She reasoned that the need to maintain mysticism had led to leading a furtive romantic life.

When quizzed if she had any regret not settling down, in a doleful tone she responded:

My pets - two dogs, two cats and an axolotl (Mexican salamander) - are like family. I think marriage would be quite good for me, but I'm not going to just go out and hire someone. I think, intermittently, that you find Mr. Right, but you have to get lucky. I don't rule out having a family - it just hasn't happened for me yet.

Further, in the interview, she acknowledged that her frantic work schedule might have contributed to her spinsterhood.

To answer the above-mentioned question: No, Miranda isn’t married. Forget being with a husband; she has yet to acknowledge a brewing romance publically.

Absence Of Husband Fuels Lesbian Rumors

Nothing has changed since the Daily Mail interview. It’s 2018 and Miranda is busier than ever; churning one project after another.

As Miranda pushes 60, she has opted to find humor in spinsterhood. Speaking to Radio Times in December 2014, the Damage actress claimed that marriage is an illness.

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According to her, people get married for tax benefits, following the release of the interview, people began to suspect that the 60-year-old might be a closeted lesbian. Interestingly enough, she was once quoted - albeit in a tongue in cheek manner - as saying that just because she lived with a woman doesn’t make her a lesbian.

By that logic, she shouldn’t be labeled lesbian just because she has yet to find a man worthy of being her husband.Her quote from almost three decades ago is more relevant now if you think about it.