|Also Known As:
Nora Rosamund Jones
||Died: || October 27, 1998
|Born: || October 19, 1913
||Cause of Death: ||
|| Tottenham, England, GB
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Made her first screen appearance in "The Secret of the Loch", a film about the Loch Ness monster
Debuted on stage in a walk-on role in Stratford's Shakespeare Memorial Theatre production of "Antony and Cleopatra"
Made her London stage debut playing Cleopatra's attendant in "Antony and Cleopatra" at the New Theatre
Cast opposite Robert Donat in "The Devil's Disciple"; author George Bernard Shaw described her performance as that of "an escaped lunatic", critics were kinder and praised her "emotional intensity"
Starred in "The First of the Few" opposite Leslie Howard
Acted in "The Gentle Sex" produced, co-directed and narrated by Leslie Howard; took star billing in "The Lamp Still Burns", produced by Howard just before his death
Starred in "The Way to the Stars", considered her finest wartime role
Resumed her stage career
Made her final film appearance in "operration Murder"
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Embassy School of Acting:
Robert Donat. Actor. Together from c. 1940-1943.
Hugh Russell Lloyd. Film editor. Married in 1943; divorced in 1949.
John Silkin. Politician. Born c. 1923; married in 1950; died in 1987.