Quite unintentionally, this site became dedicated to the complex and eccentric Michelle Dockery. My aim is to provide fresh material and perspective for her fans.
In the 'Michelle Dockery Professional Archive' link below you will find the most complete collection of her screen performances on the internet.
“The Girls Cricket Board, which comprises high-profile backers from the world of business, media and sport, is spearheading the initiative. They include, among others, Dame Lucy Neville-Rolfe, the executive director of Tesco, activist and human rights campaigner Jemima Khan, actors Imelda Staunton and Michelle Dockery, and Clare Connor, the England and Wales Cricket Board’s head of women’s cricket.”
lmao this dumbass joined another charity that helps girls from disadvantaged communities become involved in positive physical activity
Michelle Dockery went on a charity bender last year. The Downton star apparently spends a lot of time doing charity work when the show is on hiatus. We also know she was a supporter of the bereaved children’s fund Winston’s Wish years ago and helped one of Gillian Anderson’s many charities. Recently she became the patron of Changing Faces and filmed an ad challenging prejudices against the disfigured.
Here’s survey of all the charities she’s known to have helped last year. Surely there are others we don’t know of. Some of these like Merlin and Changing Faces were supported by other Downton members as well.
July 14, 2011 - Raised Money For Merlin - The Medical Relief Charity at The Savoy Hotel.
October 14 - Attended charity auction in aid of the Bianca Jagger Human Rights Foundation at the auction house Phillips de Pury and Company.
November 16 - Hosted Changing Faces Gala Dinner at The
December 1 - Officiated at the opening of Home Instead Senior Care in Budleigh Salterton.
Commenting on the day, Miss Dockery said, “I’m very proud to be here today to support Home Instead Senior Care. My mum has worked in services for the elderly for 23 years so this is something that is close to my heart.”
It runs in the family.