Dame Margaret Natalie Smith-Cross, DBE (born 28 December 1934), better known as Maggie Smith, is an English film, stage, and television actress who made her stage debut in 1952 and is still performing after 58 years. She has won numerous awards for acting, including five BAFTA Awards, two Academy Awards, two Golden Globes, two Emmy Awards and a Tony Award.
Margaret Natalie Smith was born in Ilford, then Essex, now London, the daughter of...
Mrs. Medlock still treats Colin like he is still sick.
Harry, under his invisibility cloak, listens to the circumstances of his pare...
Mrs. Medlock rips off her mask and others after Colin goes outside without he...
Professor McGonagall appeals to Professor Dumbledore to prevent Harry from co...
Mrs. Medlock is scared Colin is sick from going out to the garden.
Professor Snape suggests that they allow the events to unfold and let Harry c...
The professor's discuss Harry's entrance into the Triwizard Tournament and wh...
Professor McGonagall is taken aback at the site of Ron. She fingers his robs ...
Mrs.Medlock doesn't like to see Colin having fun or feeling better.
Mrs. Medlock gets her first look at Mary as she picks her up at the dock.
Mrs.Medlock is furious that Colin is feeling better. She likes that she was t...
Mrs.Medlock insults Mary as Mary listens. She is taking Mary to her new home ...
Mrs. Medlock talks to Mary as they take a carriage back to her uncle's home.
Professor Dumbledore is putting out the street lights to prepare for Hagrid's...
While Professor McGonagall prepares the house for the Yule ball, Fred and Geo...
Mrs. Medlock brings breakfast to Mary and learns that she doesn't know how to...
Ron pokes fun a one of his female classmates.
Mrs.Medlock is surprised that Mary is so spoiled can't dress herself.
The Ball is about to commence. Harry is nervous enough just having to attend.
Ron is shell shocked when Professor McGonagall begins a dance lesson with him...
Mrs.Medlock screams at her servants to help her out of her apron because Lord...
Mrs.Medlock warns Mary to keep to herself in her uncle's huge mansion.
Mrs. Medlock calls for help as she tends to a sickly Colin Craven.
Mrs.Medlock tells Lord Craven that Mary is causing Colin trouble when she is ...