“It’s not to do with my birthday, because I never really think about age – my own or other people’s. ’ ” Annis has lived life to the full, and plans to continue doing so. “But the trick is not to dwell on the past or in the future.“I might vaguely wonder what decade a person is in because, with each new decade, people go through changes and stuff gets bolted on. With any luck she has inherited not just her French-Brazilian mother, Mariquita’s beautiful cheekbones but her longevity too. I just think about what’s happening right now, that is all I’m really focused on.” Right now, then, we are meeting at the offices of ITV.Her partner of 10 years and husband of two, Ralph Fiennes, had told her that their (for her, frustratingly childless) relationship was over, as he had fallen for Francesca Annis, 18 years his senior.Last week, Kingston flew into London to slip confidently into a new role as Christian Slater's co-star, playing the cruelly domineering Nurse Ratched in the West End revival of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. And maybe my second marriage." And although she still doesn't mention Fiennes by name, she now has a laid-back, LA attitude to his "commitment issues", past and present.
It’s hard to tell, but Kingston did add that “I haven’t been told I’m done [on Would River be shocked to see the Doctor’s new Peter Capaldi incarnation, then?Elizabeth Corday in the NBC medical drama ER (1997-2004).Later credits include the recurring role of River Song in the BBC science fiction series Doctor Who (2008-2015 ), Mrs.is an English actress of German ancestry, who trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London.Active from the early 1980's, Kingston became noted for her television work in both Britain and America in the 1990's, including her portrayal of the title role in the British miniseries The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Moll Flanders (1996) and her regular role as Dr.