1. 'SPENCER' ON AMAZON PRIME VIDEO
The 2021 movie follows Princess Diana as she struggles with the decision of whether to divorce Prince Charles, who is now the King of England while spending Christmas with the Royal Family.
In the 1988 hit comedy, Leslie Nielsen is tasked with guarding Queen Elizabeth II while she visits Los Angeles.
In Netflix's multidecade drama, Queen Elizabeth II has been portrayed by Claire Foy, Olivia Colman, and Imelda Staunton all three times.
4. 'THE QUEEN' (2006) ON HBO MAX
Mirren has had great success in her roles as Her Majesty. She won an Oscar and a Bafta for her performance in The Queen, and she successfully reprised the character in The Audience, which earned her a Tony and an Olivier Award.
5. 'THE QUEEN' (2009) ON APPLE TV
Five actresses were cast in Channel 4's documentary on five significant events in Elizabeth's life, including Fox, a member of the Fox acting dynasty who is no stranger to family turmoil.
In this animated family favourite, the 'Ab Fab' star gave a royal voice performance as the Queen when she encountered the Minions. A weird encounter, but stranger things have happened.
In this TV comedy starring the former Miss Moneypenny, the royal family is stripped of their titles and forced to live on a council estate.
The Queen kept her plans for a covert comedy with British icon Paddington Bear, whose voice is provided by James Bond actor Ben Whishaw, a secret from everyone. However, the Jubilee sketch also highlighted their shared love of marmalade.
Stallybrass played Elizabeth in this TV movie, based on author Andrew Morton's "tell-all" book after already having played Jane Seymour in the 1970 miniseries The Six Wives of Henry VIII.
10. 'THE KING'S SPEECH' ON NETFLIX
The events of The King's Speech take place just before World War II begins. Before she became the reigning monarch, Freya Wilson portrays Queen Elizabeth II in the film in the youngest role ever.
Disney's live-action adaptation of The BFG, which features yet another cameo from the Queen, is released exactly 27 years after the original animated version. The monarch is Penelope Wilton's portrayal is less stuffy and more feisty.
Queen Elizabeth II appears in another CGI production in 2019. Mari Devon and Julie Walters did a fantastic job voicing it. Her lost corgi, Rex, voiced by Jack Whitehall, who got lost outside the palace, was the subject of the show. Rex got involved in an adventure in London.