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Also Known As: Died: September 19, 1998
Born: December 22, 1909 Cause of Death: long illness
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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1921:
Made acting debut at the Royal Court in "The Great Big World"
1922:
Acted with Irene Vanbrugh at the West End's Globe Theatre in the light comedy "Eileen"
1926:
Was cast as Tyltyl in a London stage production of Maetrerlinck's "The Blue Bird"
1938:
Played Ruby, a young Yorkshire servant, in J B Priestley's "When We Are Married" at the St Martin's Theatre in London
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During World War II, performed mainly in radio, often with Ted Ray in his program "Ray's A Laugh"
1944:
Appeared in the thriller "Hotel Reserve" starring James Mason
1955:
Was a frequent guest on the variety/comedy program "The Arthur Haynes Show" aired on England's ATV
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Was a regular on "Hancock's Half Hour" a comedy program aired on BBC-TV
1959:
Appeared in the Peter Sellers comedy "The Battle of the Sexes"
1961:
Starred in the six part sitcom "The Arthur Askey Show"
1964:
Had a small role in the Beatles' first film "A Hard Day's Night"
1969:
Appeared in the features "Goodbye, Mr Chips", "Carry on Again, Doctor" and "Can Heironymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe and Find True Happiness?"
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Was a frequent guest on "The Benny Hill Show" (BBC and Thames TV in the UK; syndicated in the USA)
1971:
Earned acclaim for what is perhaps her best-known performance in the title role of "Edna the Inebriate Woman"
1974:
Acted with the Royal Shakespeare Company in "Twelfth Night"
1975:
Joined the cast of the long-running controversial BBC sitcom "Till Death Do Us Part"
1979:
Played Mrs Watty in the CBS television remake of "The Corn Is Green"
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Starred opposite Pat Coombs in the British C4/Regent Productions sitcom "The Lady Is a Tramp"
1984:
Appeared in the children's fantasy feature "The Neverending Story"
1987:
Received attention for her depiction of a deranged grandmother in "The House of Bernarda Alba"
1988:
Gave memorable performances in "Willow", "Little Dorrit" and "A Fish Called Wanda"
1990:
Played a dowager in the period drama "The Fool"
1993:
Appeared in a modern adaptation of "Crime and Punishment" starring John Hurt and Vanessa Redgrave

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