Pam Ferris

Pam Ferris

Highest Rated: 97% Ethel & Ernest (2016)

Lowest Rated: 10% Holmes and Watson (2018)

Birthday: Jan 1, 1948

Birthplace: Hannover, Lower Saxony, West Germany

Born in post-war Germany to a British soldier and his wife, and raised in their native Wales until she was 13, when her family emigrated to New Zealand. Left school to become a full-time actress at age 16. One of her first professional jobs was as a dancer in an Auckland, New Zealand, production of John Osbourne's The Entertainer. Her costume consisted of three small, strategically placed Union Jack flags. Returned to England during her early 20s in order to push forward with acting. Among the jobs she supported herself with before her career took off were selling shoes and working in an antique store. A founding member of Actorum, the first actors' cooperative agency in Britain.  Supports the Princess Royal Trust for Carers.

Highest Rated Movies



50% Tolkien Mrs. Faulkner 2019
10% Holmes and Watson Queen Victoria 2018
97% Ethel & Ernest Mrs Benet, Aunty Betty 2016
36% Nativity 2 Mrs Bevan $5.2M 2013
17% Saving Santa Viera Baddington 2013
22% The Raven Mrs. Bradley $16.1M 2012
44% Jackboots on Whitehall Actor 2010
10% Malice in Wonderland Actor 2010
No Score Yet Within The Whirlwind Evgenias Mother 2009
81% Telstar (Telstar: The Joe Meek Story) Violet Shenton 2009
46% Nativity! Mrs. Bevan 2009
15% The Other Man Vera 2008
92% Children of Men Miriam $35.2M 2006
No Score Yet Piccadilly Jim Miss Trimble 2005
90% Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Aunt Marge Dursley $249.4M 2004
42% Death to Smoochy Tommy Cotter $8.4M 2002
No Score Yet Pollyanna Mrs. Snow 2002
No Score Yet Nicholas Nickleby Mrs. Squeers 2000
No Score Yet Turn of the Screw Mrs. Grose 2000
No Score Yet Our Mutual Friend Actor 1999
90% Matilda Trunchbull 1996
No Score Yet The Rector's Wife Actor 1994
No Score Yet Winnie Actor 1985
75% Meantime Mavis 1983


89% Call the Midwife
Sister Evangelina 2019
No Score Yet Masterpiece
Grace Poole Mrs. Gross 2007
No Score Yet Mystery!
Elspeth McGillicuddy 2005
No Score Yet Miss Marple


Miss Honey says: Oh no, Matilda is a wonderful girl, and very bright.

Agatha Trunchbull says: A bright child?

Miss Honey says: Yes, she can multiply large sums in her head.

Agatha Trunchbull says: So can a calculator.

Jasper says: Yeah, there you go! Julian and Theo met among a million protesters in a rally by chance. But they were there because of what they believed in in the first place, their faith. They wanted to change the world. And their faith kept them together. But by chance, Dylan was born.

Kee says: This is him?

Jasper says: Yeah, that's him. He'd have been about your age. Magical child. Beautiful. Their faith put in praxis.

Miriam says: Praxis? What happened?

Jasper says: Chance. He was their sweet little dream. He had little hands, little legs, little feet. Little lungs. And in 2008, along came the flu pandemic. And then, by chance, he was gone. You see, Theo's faith lost out to chance. So, why bother if life's going to make its own choices?

Miriam says: As the sound of the playgrounds faded, the despair set in. Very odd, what happens in a world without children's voices.