As status components go, Queen Elizabeth II had been a juicy one for actors over a number of many years.

The newest high-profile entry in the ranks is Imelda Staunton (whom you could bear in mind as Dolores Umbridge from the “Harry Potter” motion pictures), who’s taking part in the royal in seasons 5 and 6 of Netflix’s hit drama “The Crown” (the fifth is about to premiere in November).

Her majesty has additionally been a frequent character cameo in comedies and parodies.

In honor of her 70-year reign, The Post takes a glance again at the many incarnations — from the memorable to the cheeky and the semi-biopics to the downright fictional — and the well-known actresses and actors who have portrayed Her Royal Highness, who died at 96.

Claire Foy on ‘The Crown’

Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II with Matt Smith as Prince Philip in the first season of "The Crown" in 2016.
Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II with Matt Smith as Prince Philip in the first season of “The Crown” in 2016.
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Foy gained an Emmy for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth in seasons one and two of the acclaimed Netflix collection, which centered on the monarch’s early years and her nascent marriage to Prince Philip (Matthew Smith).

Freya Wilson in ‘The King’s Speech’

From left, Colin Firth, Helena Bonham Carter, Ramona Marquez, Freya Wilson in 2010's "The King's Speech."
Colin Firth (from left), Helena Bonham Carter, Ramona Marquez and Freya Wilson in 2010’s “The King’s Speech.”
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Wilson performs the youngster Princess Elizabeth on this World War II-set 2010 Best Picture Oscar winner, by which Colin Firth starred as Elizabeth’s father, George VI, who discovered to beat a stammer.

Helen Mirren in ‘The Queen’

Helen Mirren as Queen Elizabeth II in 2006's "The Queen."
Helen Mirren as the monarch in 2006’s “The Queen.”
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Mirren’s Oscar-winning portrayal of Queen Elizabeth on this 2006 drama has grow to be the standard-bearer for the role. Stephen Frears’ movie follows the monarch in the time round the loss of life of Princess Diana.

Sarah Gadon in ‘A Royal Night Out’

Sarah Gadon as Princess Elizabeth in 2015's "A Royal Night Out."
Sarah Gadon as Princess Elizabeth in 2015’s “A Royal Night Out.”
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This 2015 indie comedy is a fictional imagining of a teenage Elizabeth (Gadon) and her sister Margaret (Bel Powley) escaping their royal guards on Victory in Europe Day in 1945 and attending to know the locals. 

Olivia Colman on ‘The Crown’

Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II in the third season of "The Crown" in 2019.
Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II in the third season of “The Crown” in 2019.
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Oscar winner Colman lived as much as the excessive bar set by Foy, as she took on the role of the Queen in the third and fourth seasons of the collection, set in her center age. 

Emma Thompson in ‘Playhouse Presents’

Emma Thompson as the royal in a 2012 "Playhouse Presents" episode, "Walking the Dogs."
Emma Thompson as the royal in a 2012 “Playhouse Presents” episode, “Walking the Dogs.”
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In a 2012 episode of the Sky Arts collection titled “Walking the Dogs,” Thompson performs the queen in a plot riffing on a real story, by which an intruder (Eddie Marsan) will get into Buckingham Palace and chats with the monarch, whose guard has stepped away to — as the title suggests — stroll her corgis.

Neve Campbell in ‘Churchill: The Hollywood Years’

Neve Campbell in 2004's "Churchill: The Hollywood Years."
Neve Campbell in 2004’s “Churchill: The Hollywood Years.”
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In this 2004 parody of dramatic WWII movies, Christian Slater performs Winston Churchill as a Bruce Willis-esque motion hero. Campbell’s Elizabeth has an over-the-top posh British accent and finds herself in the center of assorted slapstick situations, together with getting whacked in the face by a Nazi salute.

Julie Walters in ‘The Queen’s Corgi’


The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh are voiced by Julie Walters and Tom Courtenay
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip in the animated movie have been voiced by Julie Walters and Tom Courtenay, respectively.
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This animated 2019 youngsters’ film focuses extra on the canine than the queen, however British actress Walters aptly voices the royal, who famously cherishes the stubby-legged canines (she has reportedly owned greater than 30 of them in her life).

Jane Alexander in ‘William & Catherine: A Royal Romance’

Jane Alexander in 2011's "William & Catherine: A Royal Romance."
Jane Alexander in 2011’s “William & Catherine: A Royal Romance.”
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American actress Alexander performs the queen on this schmaltzy Hallmark model of the courtship and marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton. 

Maggie Sullivun in ‘Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance’

Maggie Sullivun as the queen in 2018's "Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance."
Maggie Sullivun as the queen in 2018’s “Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance.”
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Sullivun (“To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You”) performs the monarch in Lifetime’s movie, a follow-up of kinds to the hit Will and Kate romance, this time centered on the extra unorthodox Harry and Meghan. It spawned two sequels, additionally that includes Sullivun: “Harry & Meghan: Becoming Royal” and “Harry & Meghan: Escaping the Palace.”

Jeannette Charles in ‘Austin Powers in Goldmember’

Jeannette Charles has portrayed the queen in several films, including the "Austin Powers" sequel and above, in 1985's "National Lampoon's European Vacation" with Chevy Chase (left).
Jeannette Charles has portrayed the queen in a number of movies, together with the “Austin Powers” sequel and in 1985’s “National Lampoon’s European Vacation” with Chevy Chase (above).
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Charles is the reigning champ of comedic Elizabeth impersonators, having played the monarch in “The Naked Gun,” “National Lampoon’s European Vacation,” the Beatles satire “The Rutles” and plenty of extra — together with the 1975-set “Austin Powers” sequel, which was launched in 2002.

Cate Blanchett on ‘Family Guy’

Cate Blanchett voiced the queen in a 2012 episode titled "Family Guy Viewer Mail 2.
Cate Blanchett voiced the queen in a 2012 episode titled “Family Guy Viewer Mail 2.”
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Blanchett bucked her serious-actress rep with a cameo as the voice of the monarch on Seth MacFarlane’s irreverent cartoon.

Rosemary Leach in ‘Margaret’

Rosemary Leach in "Margaret"
Rosemary Leach in 2009’s “Margaret.”
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This BBC drama centered on the final a part of the reign of British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher (Lindsay Duncan), with Leach (“A Room With a View”) taking part in Elizabeth.

Jennifer Saunders in ‘Minions’

Jennifer Saunders in 'Minions' as Queen Elizabeth
Jennifer Saunders voiced the queen in 2015’s “Minions.”
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Saunders (“Absolutely Fabulous”) voiced Elizabeth on this “Despicable Me” sequel. In 2002, Saunders turned down the Order of the British Empire from Queen Elizabeth. “We thought, ‘There’s lots of people who deserve these items,’ and for us to get it kind of made it a mockery. There are individuals who work for the NHS or do nice charity work and we hadn’t actually achieved something. It was foolish,” she told Best Magazine.

Eddie Izzard in ‘The Simpsons’

Eddie Izzard in 'The Simpsons'
Eddie Izzard voiced the monarch in a 2010 episode of “The Simpsons.”
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The transgender comedian voiced the queen (in addition to Prince Charles) in a 2010 episode of “The Simpsons,” titled “To Surveil With Love.”

Scott Thompson in ‘The Kids in the Hall’

Scott Thompson as the royal in a 1991 episode of "The Kids in the Hall."
Scott Thompson as the royal in a 1991 episode of “The Kids in the Hall.”

This Canadian sketch present is thought for its versatile male members taking part in feminine roles, and Thompson — who was one of the first openly gay comics — played the queen in a number of sketches over the years.

Kristin Scott Thomas in ‘The Audience’

Dame Kristin Scott Thomas bows at the curtain call after a press performance of "The Audience" in 2015 in London.
Dame Kristin Scott Thomas bows at the curtain name after a press efficiency of “The Audience” in 2015 in London.
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In 2013, Helen Mirren as soon as once more took on the role of the queen on Broadway in Peter Morgan’s stage play “The Audience”; two years later, Thomas played the half onstage in London.

Fred Armisen on ‘Saturday Night Live’

Fred Armisen as Queen Elizabeth, Elton John and Bill Hader as Prince Philip in a 2011 episode of "Saturday Night Live."
Fred Armisen as Queen Elizabeth, Elton John and Bill Hader as Prince Philip in a 2011 episode of “Saturday Night Live.”
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Armisen played a salty Queen Elizabeth in a number of sketches throughout his tenure on “SNL,” together with reverse Anne Hathaway in “Kate Middleton Meets the Real Royal Family,” Katy Perry in “Pippa Visits the Queen” and Elton John in “Elton John and the Royal Wedding.”

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