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Also Known As: Died: April 27, 1955
Born: February 9, 1870 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Brighton, England, GB Profession: actor

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This diminutive British stage actress, who in her later years appeared in occasional films on both sides of the Atlantic, gave her most memorable performance as the cantankerous religious fanatic Rebecca Femm in James Whale's classic "The Old Dark House" (1932). Moore was the mother of Jill Esmond, a stage and screen actress most prominent in the 1930s and the first wife of Laurence Olivier.

This diminutive British stage actress, who in her later years appeared in occasional films on both sides of the Atlantic, gave her most memorable performance as the cantankerous religious fanatic Rebecca Femm in James Whale's classic "The Old Dark House" (1932). Moore was the mother of Jill Esmond, a stage and screen actress most prominent in the 1930s and the first wife of Laurence Olivier.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Of Human Bondage (1946) Mrs. Gray
2.
 The Bandit of Sherwood Forest (1946) Mother Meg
3.
 Scotland Yard Investigator (1945) Mary Collison
4.
5.
 Power (1934) Jantje
6.
 Just Smith (1934)
7.
 I Was a Spy (1933) Canteen Ma
8.
 The Old Dark House (1932) Rebecca Femm
9.
 But the Flesh Is Weak (1932) Lady Ridgway
10.
 Almost A Divorce (1931)
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husband:
Henry V Esmond.

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daughter:
Jill Esmond. Actor. Was married to Laurence Olivier from 1930 to 1940.

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