Imogen is represented professionally by the firm United Agents.
Imogen co-stars in the new BBC drama show Brief Encounters (2006).
Her screen debut was in the early Hugh Grant movie Privileged (1982).
Imogen wrote the play We Happy Few, which ran at the Gielgud Theatre, London, from 19 June to 31 July 2004, directed by Trevor Nunn and starring Juliet Stevenson.
She was educated at Westminster School, London, and the University of Oxford.
In her teens, while attending Westminster School, Imogen lived with her family on a river barge moored on the River Thames at Chelsea.
Imogen's training as an actress was with the Oxford University Dramatic Society (OUDS), the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA) and the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Imogen married the director Sir Trevor Nunn in 1994, and they have two children, a daughter called Ellie and a son called Jesse.
Imogen Stubbs: (of Joan of Arc) All Joans are relevant but some Joans are more relevant than others.
Imogen Stubbs: London seems so dirty and overpriced and seedy: a city in which parking meters have replaced sparrows and terror has replaced wonder.