Miranda Hart Biography
Miranda Hart (Full name- Miranda Katherine Hart Dyke) is an English actress and comedian. She was born on 14 December 1972, Torquay, Devon, England. Hart began writing material for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival after her drama training at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts. She made appearances in various British sitcoms like Hyperdrive and Not Going Out.
Miranda Hart Mother | Family
Miranda Hart was born on 14 December 1972, Captain David Hart Dyke and Diana Margaret Luce. She comes from an aristocratic family, but she frequently downplays it and does not consider herself as upper class.
Miranda Hart has stated that her genealogy can be traced back to the 12th century. She adds that her aunt Sarah and uncle Guy Hart Dyke, live in a castle that is too expensive for them to run. Their son is Tom Hart Dyke who designed the World of Gardens at Lullingstone Castle. Hart is a fourth cousin (twice removed) of Diana, Princess of Wales.
Miranda Hart Married | Husband
Miranda Hart is still unmarried. She is so secretive with her romantic life that some people have speculated on her being gay. She has no prior history of dating whether a man or a woman. She has never been caught in any compromising situation in public. When asked about her love life, Miranda reiterates that Sitcom is her baby. She has a dog named Peggy whom she describes as her best friend.
Miranda Hart Age
Born on 14 December 1972, Miranda Hart is 46 years old as of 2018.
Miranda Hart Net Worth
The estimated net worth of Miranda Hart is in the region of $4 million.
Miranda Hart Shop
Miranda Hart’s Joke Shop is a comedy series based on Miranda’s semi-autobiographical writing. The sitcom received positive reviews from critics. Hart won the Royal Television Society award for comedy performance of 2009 for her role in the first series.
Miranda Hart Call The Midwife
Call the Midwife is a BBC period drama series portraying a group of nurse midwives working in the late 1950s in the East End of London. The series was based on the memoirs of Jennifer Worth and created by Heidi Thomas. Hart stars alongside Jessica Raine, Helen George, Bryony Hannah, Laura Main, Jenny Agutter among others.
Miranda Hart Spy
Spy is an American action comedy spy film of 2015. Hart starred alongside Melissa McCarthy, Bobby Cannavale, Allison Janney, Jason Statham, Rose Byrne, Peter Serafinowicz, Morena Baccarin and Jude Law. It was written and directed by Paul Feig. It follows a secret agent, Susan Cooper (McCarthy) following the trail of a stolen portable nuclear device.
Miranda Hart Quotes
- Look in the mirror and say, there is none other like you and for that reason alone you are beautiful.
- If I did better… I’d be God.
- Manicures: Which are basically just holding hands with a stranger for forty-five minutes whilst listening to Enya.
- Live in hope. Because things do happen. Things do change. Worry really is futile. Don’t fear the future. Dreams do come true.
- I have written the only diet book that I believe needs to exist, and here it is: CHAPTER ONE: Eat a bit less. CHAPTER TWO: Move about a bit more. THE END.
- We all have our worries about our bodies and our looks. We just need to make the best of our lovely, wonky selves. The key is never to compare and try to be something you’re not.
- Life is a series of embarrassing moments which leave you feeling alone in your confusion and shame.
- I think it’s sad when people stop dreaming, or start losing hope. Because holding onto the bonkers dream might just turn out to be the most marvelous thing you ever did.
some of my happiest funniest times have been spent in offices. Perhaps because the work was mundane, even the tiniest of distractions become wildly hilarious and wonderful. Actually, I’d say that 90 per cent of my doubled-over-gasping-with-laughter-laughing-so-much-that-you-can’t-breathe-and-you-think-you-might-die laughing has occurred during slow days in offices.
- There are some wonderful aspects to Christmas. It’s magical. And each year, from at least November, well, September, well, if I’m honest, May, I look forward to it hugely.
- We are all unique, which makes us beautiful; so never despair, and just chill the hell out about it all.
- Very important to celebrate victories, however tiny, I always say.
- Never go to the supermarket when you’re hungry. There you go. Doesn’t get wiser than that. Fact.
- To varying degrees, we all feel awkward. Whether we hide it with arrogance, shyness, modesty; whether we play the clown or the trendsetter, everyone struggles.
- Numero uno: you realise pretty quickly that you’re never going to get what one of the viler magazines might refer to as a ‘bikini body’ so, instead of doing a hundred sit-ups twice a day, you can opt out of all that perfectionist malarkey. And you can spend your energy developing other personal qualities. Like being funny. And galloping. And learning complex dance routines, which become suddenly hilarious when you whack on a leotard and try to perform them. All that lovely stuff.
- And may I just make my position very clear on this – there is no such thing as a FUN RUN as, even if you are dressed as an elephant, you still have to RUN. ‘Fun’ and ‘run’ are two words which, when the wonderful laws of Miranda-Land come into play, will be illegal to put together. I thank you. And relax.
- You need to know that even as life develops in superficially disappointing ways, there is still fun to be had.
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Miranda Hart Movies
The Canterville Ghost
The Ghost Catcher
Alan Carr’s 12 Stars of Christmas
Miranda: Morecambe & Wise and Me
Nancy B. Artingstall
Call the Midwife
Chummy Browne (later Noakes)
The Itch of the Golden Nit
The One Ronnie
Cake Shop Owner / Church Committee Member
French and Saunders’ Mamma Mia!
A Very British Cult
Tales of the River Bank
Mrs. Lily Lemon
12 in a Box
I Want Candy
Working Title Receptionist
World of Wrestling
Not Going Out
Acupuncturist / Barbara
Don’t Even Think It!
The Vicar of Dibley
Man Stroke Woman
My Family and Other Animals
William and Mary
Mothers & Daughters
Smack the Pony
Miranda Hart Awards
- British Comedy Award for the Best TV Comedy Actress 2013, 2011· Miranda
- British Comedy Award for the Best New Comedy Programme 2011 · Miranda
- National Television Award for Outstanding Drama Performance (Female)2013· Call The Midwife
- Glamour Award for Comedy Actress, 2011.
- Glamour Award for Writer, 2013.