Geraldine Chaplin (b. 1944) is an acclaimed actress and the daughter of Charlie Chaplin. She appeared in two Creature Shop productions, playing Empress Munodi in Gulliver's Travels and Eurycleia in The Odyssey.
Chaplin first gained notice as Omar Sharif's wife in Dr. Zhivago (1965). A bit part in her father's The Countess of Hong Kong followed, as well as a wide range of French, Italian, and Spanish films, among others. She starred as Queene Anne in Richard Lester's The Three Musketeers trilogy and worked with Robert Altman in Nashville, Buffalo Bill and The Indians, or Sitting Bull's History Lesson, and The Wedding.
Other film credits include notable supporting roles in Chaplin (as Hanna Chaplin, her own grandmother), Home for the Holidays, the 1996 version of Jane Eyre, the 2004 version of The Bridge of San Luis Rey, and the acclaimed Spanish horror thriller El Orfanato (The Orphanage).