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Stage acting debut, "The Windmill Man"
Film debut, "The Girl in the Crowd"
Featured as one of Margaret Lockwood's friends in Alfred Hitchcock's "The Lady Vanishes"
Returned to the stage to star in "They Came to a City"
Played Amanda in a British revival of Noel Coward's "Private Lives"
Starred in one of her most memorable films, "It Always Rains on Sunday"
Known for her role as the devious Helen Nosseross in "Night and the City"
Last film for over 15 years, "Port of Escape"
Emigrated to Australia in the late 1950s with her husband John McCallum
First Australian stage work included "Winter Journey" and "The Constant Wife"
New York stage debut, "The Complaisant Lover"
Returned to features to play the leading role in "Nickel Queen"; directed by husband, John McCallum
Again returned to features for the TV-film, "Time After Time"; also received a theatrical distribution
Starred in the BBC adaptation of "Hotel du Lac"
First miniseries work, the PBS biopic, "Melba"
Appeared in ITV's adaptation of "Ending Up"
Returned to features again to act in "Country Life"
Last screen performance, played a mentor to the teenaged piano prodigy David Helfgott in "Shine"
Co-starred with her husband (playing brother and sister) in the London revival of "Lady Windermere's Fan"
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