Miranda Hart made her acting debut as an extra in the episode “Mind the Baby, Mr. Bean” of the British sitcom ‘Mr. Bean’ in 1994. In 2001, she joined the British sketch comedy show ‘Smack the Pony.’ She appeared in 3 episodes of the show. Hart went on to star in several television films and shows, such as ‘William and Mary’ (2004), ‘Mothers & Daughters’ (2004), ‘Absolutely Fabulous’ (2004), ‘The Vicar of Dibley’ (2005), ‘Nighty Night’ (2005), and ‘My Family and Other Animals’ (2005). In 2006, she joined the British television science fiction sitcom ‘Hyperdrive.’ She played the role of ‘Teal’ and remained a part of the show until it went off-air in 2007. In 2007, she starred as ‘Shelley’ in the British sitcom ‘Angelo's.’ The show aired 6 episodes before it was canceled. Hart next appeared in television shows like ‘Tales of the River Bank’ (2008), ‘Hotel Trubble’ (2008), ‘Monday Monday’ (2009), and ‘French and Saunders' Mamma Mia!’
In 2009, Hart launched her own sitcom titled ‘Miranda.’ The show ran for 4 years and aired its final episode in 2015. Hart played the role of ‘Miranda Preston’ in the show which earned her several awards, including the 3 ‘British Comedy Awards’ and 2 ‘Royal Television Society Awards.’ In 2009, Hart starred as ‘Chummy Browne (later Noakes)’ in the period drama series ‘Call the Midwife.’ She bagged 2 ‘National Television Awards’ for her performance and remained a part of the series until 2015. She next appeared in the American action comedy spy film ‘Spy’ directed by Paul Feig. The film received a positive response from critics and was a major financial success. In 2020, she hosted the celebrity Christmas show ‘Miranda’s Games with Showbiz Names.’
Spy is about an unpretentious, desk-bound CIA analyst Susan Cooper, who actually is the unacknowledged backbone of many risky missions of the Agency. She supports the field agent by live-monitoring him, but when he gets removed from the scene, Cooper turns an undercover agent to track down Bulgarian arms dealer Rayna Boyanov and the nuclear device, to avert a worldwide disaster
The life of a Muslim man named Mahmud takes a turn when he learns that his biological parents were actually Jewish, and he was adopted by his Muslim parents when he was only two weeks old. This comes as a huge shock to him, since he is somewhat anti-Semitic. When he learns that his father is still alive, he tries to visit him at an old age home, but a rabbi refuses him entry, saying that it would shock his father to see his son as a Muslim. He advises Mahmud to act more like a Jew if he wants to see his father.
Children in Need was a BBC television program meant to raise charity for needy children. Every BBC local and national radio and TV station was involved in this.
Magicians is a comedy film which tells the story of mediocre magicians Karl and Harry, who decide to put aside their differences, to participate in a magic competition. However, the tensions between them prove to be too strong, and therefore their partnership doesn’t last very long.
I Want Candy is a comedy film which tells the story of a porn producer who agrees to finance the film of two friends. Both of them are students of filmmaking who have neither the money nor the experience for their first film. However, he tells them that he will only finance the film if they can convince a semi-retired porn actress named Candy to star in it.
Clara, a young girl is in search of a one-of-a-kind key, a magical key that will help her unlock a priceless gift, a box, from her late mother. She reaches the coveted key, but soon the key disappears in a parallel world leaving Clara perplexed. In that world, she meets an army of mice and a soldier named Phillip. Clara along with Phillip need to get hold of the key in order to reinstate harmony to the unstable world.