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Googie Withers

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Born: March 12, 1917 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Profession: Cast ...
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1929:
Stage acting debut, "The Windmill Man"
1934:
Film debut, "The Girl in the Crowd"
1938:
Featured as one of Margaret Lockwood's friends in Alfred Hitchcock's "The Lady Vanishes"
1943:
Returned to the stage to star in "They Came to a City"
1945:
Played Amanda in a British revival of Noel Coward's "Private Lives"
1947:
Starred in one of her most memorable films, "It Always Rains on Sunday"
1950:
Known for her role as the devious Helen Nosseross in "Night and the City"
1956:
Last film for over 15 years, "Port of Escape"
:
Emigrated to Australia in the late 1950s with her husband John McCallum
1960:
First Australian stage work included "Winter Journey" and "The Constant Wife"
1961:
New York stage debut, "The Complaisant Lover"
1971:
Returned to features to play the leading role in "Nickel Queen"; directed by husband, John McCallum
1985:
Again returned to features for the TV-film, "Time After Time"; also received a theatrical distribution
1986:
Starred in the BBC adaptation of "Hotel du Lac"
1989:
First miniseries work, the PBS biopic, "Melba"
1990:
Appeared in ITV's adaptation of "Ending Up"
1994:
Returned to features again to act in "Country Life"
1996:
Last screen performance, played a mentor to the teenaged piano prodigy David Helfgott in "Shine"
2002:
Co-starred with her husband (playing brother and sister) in the London revival of "Lady Windermere's Fan"

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