Beatrice Varley

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Beatrice Varley
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Born
Beatrice Evelyn Varley

(1896-07-11)11 July 1896
Died4 July 1964(1964-07-04) (aged 67)
Ealing, London, England
Years active1936 – 1964

Beatrice Evelyn Varley [1] (11 July 1896 4 July 1964) was an English actress who appeared in television and film roles between 1936 and 1964. [2] She made her screen debut in the 1936 film Tomorrow We Live and began to portray a variety of character roles in films such as Oh, Mr Porter! , Holiday Camp and The Wicked Lady before moving predominantly into television until she died in 1964. [3]

Selected filmography

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References

  1. "Search Results for England & Wales Births 1837-2006".
  2. Beatrice Varley at IMDb
  3. BFI | Film & TV Database