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Also Known As: Dame Cicely Courtneidge Died: April 26, 1980
Born: April 1, 1893 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Australia Profession: actor, comedian

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Cicely Courtneidge made her mark in the world of entertainment when she worked on the Leslie Caron dramatic adaptation "The L-Shaped Room" (1963). In 1901, she made her stage debut in Manchester, England in one of her father's productions. In 1907, she made her West End debut. In 1931, she made her screen debut in Walter Forde's "The Ghost Train." Courtneidge's husband was Jack Hulbert.

Cicely Courtneidge made her mark in the world of entertainment when she worked on the Leslie Caron dramatic adaptation "The L-Shaped Room" (1963). In 1901, she made her stage debut in Manchester, England in one of her father's productions. In 1907, she made her West End debut. In 1931, she made her screen debut in Walter Forde's "The Ghost Train." Courtneidge's husband was Jack Hulbert.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 The Wrong Box (1966) Major Martha
2.
 The L-Shaped Room (1963) Mavis
3.
 Everybody Dance (1937) Lady Kate
4.
 The Perfect Gentleman (1935) April [Maye]
5.
 Things Are Looking Up (1935) Bertha Fytte; Cicely
6.
 Along Came Sally (1934) Sally Bird, also known as Mademoiselle Zaza
7.
 Woman in Command (1934) Maisie Marvello/Maisie's mother
8.
 Night and Day (1933) Mrs. Bobday
9.
 The Ghost Train (1933) Miss Bourne
10.
 Falling For You (1933)
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husband:
Jack Hulbert.

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