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Actress, Diana Rigg, was born Enid Diana Elizabeth Rigg on Jul 20, 1938 in Doncaster, Yorkshire. As of December 2020, Diana Rigg was 82 years old.

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60's era top seed avoids an upset and holds on for a win over the spunky Hayley Mills in first round action...

By monty on Mar 5, 2014 From All Good Things

Sometimes the 60's may get overlooked when speaking in terms of classic movies and stars, since it comes at the tail end of the classic movie age. But I have to admit that the 8 matches that just wrapped up part one of the first round arc produced some great excitement.Take for example top seed Dian... Read full article


A quick primer on

By monty on Mar 29, 2013 From All Good Things

The wonderful Carole Lombard. Bette Davis. Doris Day. All classic movie fans recognize these names immediately. But a few of my followers and friends have shook their heads and asked me who the heck is . Since Diana is in the final four for this year's tourney, I thought it wou... Read full article


The matches are underway...and is ready!

By monty on Mar 29, 2013 From All Good Things

The matches to decide who will face off in the championship match to decide the favorite classic movie actress of 2013 have begun. Carole Lombard faces Doris Day while Bette Davis takes on . These matches will run through Tuesday evening at 6 pm EST. Whoa Diana...it's just a match....n... Read full article


At The Beach:

By monty on Sep 5, 2012 From All Good Things

Diana trying to sort out what umbrella to take to the beach... Read full article


Happy Birthday (1938-present)

By monty on Jul 20, 2010 From Noir and Chick Flicks

The wonderful turns 72 today.Wish her a happy birthday as she is continuing to work to this day. She is most known as Ms. Emma Peel from the TV series, The Avengers.... Read full article


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She is more properly known as Dame Diana Rigg, the female equivalent of the title "Sir" when knighted. In June 1994, she was made a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE) by Queen Elizabeth II for her long contributions to theater and film.

A savage review from John Simon for her performance in "Abelard and Heloise" led her to collect devastating theatrical reviews throughout history. The result was her book, "No Turn Unstoned", published in 1982.

She was nominated for 1997 Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for Best Actress in a Play of 1996 for her performance in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?".

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