The renowned English actress Imelda Staunton was born on January 9, 1956, making her 67 years old.

Staunton has earned acclaim for her performances in numerous stage productions, earning multiple Olivier Awards and establishing herself as a leading actress.

Staunton's impressive filmography includes iconic roles such as Dolores Umbridge in the "Harry Potter" series and her Oscar-nominated performance as Vera Drake.

She effortlessly transitions between comedic and dramatic roles, demonstrating her ability to bring depth and authenticity to every role she plays.

Staunton has made notable contributions to television through her roles in series such as "Cranford" and "The Crown", demonstrating her versatility across genres.

With a career spanning over four decades, Imelda Staunton's incredible talent, dedication, and versatility have made her a revered figure in the entertainment industry.