Imogen trained as an actor at RADA, did nine years dance training at the London School of Contemporary Dance and gained a 1st in English at Oxford.
Her vast theatre experience includes productions at the RSC, The National, The Old Vic, The Donmar Warehouse and various West End productions.
Her television credits include Parents, Collusion, Big Kids, Blind Ambition, Anna Lee, Death in Paradise and Holby City
Her leading film roles include Jack & Sarah, Sense & Sensibility, A Summer Story, True Colors and, most recently, Insomniacs and Stake Out.
Imogen’s most recent theatre credits include Honour at the Park Theatre and The Be All and End All at the Theatre Royal Windsor.
Reviews for Honour
Reviews for Honour at the Park Theatre are in!
- “Imogen Stubbs grabs hold of this rollercoaster with both hands, giving a performance as Honour Â that turns lines into triumphant punchlines” Time Out
- ” Imogen Stubbs gives a remarkable performance” Theatre Weekly
- “Production company Tiny Fires has gathered an incredible cast including Henry Goodman, playing George, and Imogen Stubbs as Honour.” The Stage
- “Imogen Stubbs powerfully captures Honorâ€™s devastation at losing the man she loves, undermining everything she once believed in” British Theatre
Imogen has been cast in the Park Theatre’s production of Honour, directed by Paul Robinson and written by Joanna Murray-Smith
Imogen in The Be All and End All
Imogen will be seen in The Be All and End All the the Theatre Royal Windsor,Â 28 May 2018 – 02 June 2018
Imogen Stubbs cast as a guest lead in BBC’s long running medical dramaÂ Holby City.
Death in Paradise
Imogen Stubbs to play a guest lead role inÂ Death in ParadiseÂ for Red Planet/BBC 1.
Reviews for Imogen Stubbs in 'Things I Know To Be True'
Imogen Stubbs receives stunning reviews for her performance as Fran in Frantic Assembly’s productionÂ Things I Know To Be True.
The press onÂ ImogenÂ andÂ Things I Know To Be True:
- â€œFran is very much the dominant figure and Imogen Stubbs, playing her with a strong north-country accent, intelligently invests her with a rasping anger that conceals her passionate love for her fractured family” Michael Billington, The Guardian
- â€œThe best sections are the least dramatic; the battles between Imogen Stubbs’s Fran and her eldest daughter Pip…are powerfulâ€ Sarah Crompton, What’s On Stage
- â€œThis use of movement is matched by six wonderful performances. Imogen Stubbsâ€™ Fran is particularly strong, a slightly spiteful harridan of a matriarch whose bitterness at the inescapability of middle class life erupts in occasionally callous interactions with her children.â€ 4 stars, Tim Bano, The Stage
- â€œ…it’s the scenes between hardened eldest daughter Pip (Natalie Casey) and her punitive mother Fran (a formidable Imogen Stubbs) that sting of the hottest, burning suffering. Both Stubbs and Casey brilliantly convey the fervent hatreds even in the most intimate relationships, and in the most ordinary lives.â€ 4 stars, Sarah Carson, Radio Times
- â€œIt is the bitter scenes between Stubbs and the excellent Natalie Casey, as eldest daughter Pip, that truly sting.â€ 5 stars, Chris Bennion, The Telegraph
- â€œSuperbly portrayed by Imogen Stubbsâ€ 4 stars, Paul Taylor, The Independent
- â€œFran is a force to be reckoned with as the matriarchal figure in the family, and her plight, captured strikingly by Imogen Stubbs is all too painful to behold as we see a mother struggling to communicate openly with her children.Â It truly is a stand out performance.â€ 5 stars, Richard Earl, British Theatre
- â€œFranâ€™s independence is fierily conveyed by Imogen Stubbsâ€ 4 stars, Henry Hitchings, Evening Standard