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Megs Jenkins

Megs Jenkins

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Also Known As: Died: October 5, 1998
Born: April 21, 1917 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Cheshire, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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1933:
Took her first professional role, playing a German hausfrau in the Liverpool Repertory Company's production of "The Lift That Failed"
1937:
Moved to London
1940:
Gave a critically acclaimed performance in Emlyn Williams' play "Light of Heart"
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During World War II, appeared in several patriotic movies designed to support the war effort, including "Millions Like Us"(1943)
1945:
Portrayed the mother of a possible messiah in "The Wind of Heaven"
1951:
Played a mentally unstable mother in Tennessee Williams' "Summer and Smoke" for the London stage
1954:
Acted in the title role of a London stage production of Pinero's "School Mistress"
1956:
Won the prestigious Clarence Derwent Award for her performance in Arthur Miller's "View from the Bridge"
1958:
Played Ingrid Bergman's housekeeper in "Indiscreet"
1965:
Played a nurse in the zany mystery "Bunny Lake Is Missing"
1968:
Played a maid in the musical adaptation "Oliver!"
1970:
Appeared in NBC's adaptation of "David Copperfield"
1972:
Appeared in the Peter Cushing horror vehicle "Asylum"
1973:
Appeared in a BBC production of "Jane Eyre", broadcast on PBS in the US in 1982
1974:
Starred in the ABC miniseries "Turn of the Screw"
1984:
Appeared in the syndicated miniseries "A Woman of Substance"

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