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Also Known As: Nora Rosamund Jones Died: October 27, 1998
Born: October 19, 1913 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Tottenham, England, GB Profession: actor

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Fame Is the Spur (1947)
2.
 Tawny Pipit (1944) Hazel Broome
3.
 The First of the Few (1942) Diana Mitchell
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1934:
Made her first screen appearance in "The Secret of the Loch", a film about the Loch Ness monster
1935:
Debuted on stage in a walk-on role in Stratford's Shakespeare Memorial Theatre production of "Antony and Cleopatra"
1936:
Made her London stage debut playing Cleopatra's attendant in "Antony and Cleopatra" at the New Theatre
1940:
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"
1942:
Starred in "The First of the Few" opposite Leslie Howard
1943:
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
1945:
Starred in "The Way to the Stars", considered her finest wartime role
1947:
Resumed her stage career
1956:
Made her final film appearance in "operration Murder"
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Education

Tottenham High School: -
Embassy School of Acting: -

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companion:
Robert Donat. Actor. Together from c. 1940-1943.
husband:
Hugh Russell Lloyd. Film editor. Married in 1943; divorced in 1949.
husband:
John Silkin. Politician. Born c. 1923; married in 1950; died in 1987.

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