Biography - A Short Wiki
Maxine Peake bra size and other body measurements are summarized in the table below!
Notable for her role as Elaine Mason in the 2014 film The Theory of Everything, she is perhaps best known for her television roles in the British series Shameless, Silk, dinnerladies and The Village.
Beginning in her early teens, she performed with the Octagon and Royal Exchange Youth Theatres. She later attended both the University of Salford and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
Also a theater actress, she received a Manchester Theatre Award for her performance in a 2012 stage production of August Strindberg’s play Miss Julie. She joined the Communist Party in her early adulthood years and, in 2014, was the recipient of the Bolton Socialist Club’s “Outstanding Contribution to Socialism” award.
The daughter of Glynis and Brian Peake, she grew up in Westhoughton, England, and spent a portion of her teenage years in the care of her grandfather, who encouraged her artistic talents.
She and Colin Salmon were both in the cast of the 2008 film Clubbed.
Body Measurements Table
In the following table, you will find all body measurements of Maxine Peake that are known today. Be it the height weight, shoe size, or something else.
|170 cm, 5′7″ (feet & inches)
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"It's great having time to just sit back and work through things in my mind. It helps put life into perspective."Maxine Peake
"I take bits and pieces from everything. But I think the Method can be very isolating, and sometimes it's more about ego than playing the character truthfully."Maxine Peake
"It's interesting when people say, 'You always play strong women,' because as far as I'm concerned, women are strong. I think that's what women are. We have got that vulnerability, but we have got that strength. We are survivors."Maxine Peake
"I'm always an advocate of 'acting is reacting,' which can be difficult."Maxine Peake
"You don't want to bash viewers over the head with a blunt message or lecture them - they'd soon get bored with that."Maxine Peake