Early years and personal life
Maggie Smith was born in Essex, England. When the girl was 4, the family moved to Oxford where Maggie attended Playhouse School. Smith made her first appearance on stage playing in the local performance “Twelfth Night.” Her debut on Broadway was in the play “New Faces '56.”
Smith first appeared on screen in the movie “Nowhere To Go.” The film received positive reviews from critics. Among the younger generation, the actress is most known for her role in the Harry Potter series. She played the key role of one of the Hogwarts professors.
Maggie Smith is a real veteran of the cinematography, however, the star confessed that she managed to reach a success because she started her career six decades ago, when she was 17. Now, at her 82, Smith says: