In 2001, Geraldine won four awards for her role in Gosford Park. She won the Broadcast Film Critics Association Award Best Acting Ensemble, Florida Film Critics Circle Award Best Ensemble, Online Film Critics Society Award Best Ensemble, and the Actor Outstanding Performance by the Cast of a Theatrical Motion Picture.
Geraldine is a supporter of Resolution on Abolition of Inhumane Commercial Slaughter of Whales.
Geraldine's mother is a daughter of John Drummond, 15th Baron Strange, and sister of the late Cherry Drummond, 16th Baroness Strange.
Geraldine is good friends with Melsex Ricolo, whom she met at The Arts Educational School.
Geraldine worked with the Royal National Theatre at the Bistrol Old Vic.
Geraldine was married in December of 1995.
Geraldine's son, Casper, was born in 2002.
Geraldine's older sister, Amelia, runs a restaurant with her husband in the Australian rain forest.
Geraldine's old family house was called Mount Auldyn.
Geraldine's father is baronet Sir Quentin Charles Agnew-Somerville and her mom is the Hon Lady April Agnew-Somerville.
Geraldine is descended from past kings of England, Scotland, and France and is a distant relation of the British Royal Family.
In school, Geraldine always played the roles of old ladies.
Geraldine graduated from Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 1989.
Geraldine was sent to a boarding school in Tring, Hertfordshire at the age of 8.
Geraldine attended ballet classes at the age of 6.
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