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Madeleine Potter is an American actress born in New York.
The daughter and granddaughter of American diplomats, she is a first cousin once removed of the 1960s tastemaker and fashion designer Pauline de Rothschild. She is also a great-great-granddaughter of Episcopal bishop Alonzo Potter and a great-great-niece of Episcopal bishop Henry Codman Potter.
Potter has one child, Madeleine Daly, who appeared with her in The White Countess.
- The White Countess (2005, Merchant Ivory Film) - Greshenka
- Muffin (2002 short) - Carole
- Refuge (2002) - Sylvia Oakes
- The Golden Bowl (2000, Merchant Ivory Film) - Lady Castledean
- Spellbreaker: Secret of the Leprechauns (1996) - Morgan de la Fey/Nula
- Two Evil Eyes (1990) - Annabel (segment "The Black Cat")
- Bloodhounds of Broadway (1989) - Widow Mary
- Slaves of New York (1989, Merchant Ivory Film) - Daria
- The Suicide Club (1988) - Nancy
- Hello Again (1987) - Felicity Glick
- The Bostonians (1984, Merchant Ivory Film) - Verena Tarrant
- Southwerk Fair (2006) directed by Nicholas Hytner at NT, London
- An Ideal Husband directed by Peter Hall (1996) at Haymarket Theatre, London
- The Master Builder (1992) - Hilde Wangel
- A Little Hotel on the Side (1992) - Victoire
- The Crucible (1991) - Abigail Williams
- Getting Married (1991) - Leo
- Metamorphosis (1989) - Greta, his sister
- Coastal Disturbances (1987) - Holly Dancer
- Ibsen's Ghosts (1982) - Regina Engstrand, Mrs. Alving's maid
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