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Also Known As: Died: June 24, 1962
Born: May 27, 1879 Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: Quebec, Ontario, CA Profession: Cast ...
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1909:
Had first major success in the Broadway production of "The City"
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Starred in the play "Under Cover"
1920:
Had stage triumph in George Bernard Shaw's "Heartbreak House"
1925:
London stage debut in "Dancing Mothers"
1926:
Co-starred in "Ghosts"
1934:
Feature film debut at age 55 in "What Every Woman Knows"
1935:
Appeared as Mrs. Bennett in stage version of "Pride and Prejudice"
1939:
First major film roles in "The Women" and "Made for Each Other"
1940:
Had memorable role in "Waterloo Bridge"
1941:
Returned to Broadway in Lillian Hellman's "Watch on the Rhine"
1943:
Reprised her stage role in film version of "Watch on the Rhine"; received Oscar nomination as Best Supporting Actress
1946:
Co-starred in Disney's "Song of the South"
1948:
Narrated and acted in "The Emperor's Waltz"
1949:
Portrayed Aunt March in the remake of "Little Women"
1950:
Again returned to stage work starring in Jean Anouilh's Ring Around the Moon"
1950:
TV acting debut in episode of "Armstrong Circle Theatre"
1951:
Final film appearance in "My Forbidden Past"
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Final Broadway appearance in "Late Love"

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