|Died||11 May 1997 70) (aged|
Genine Graham (9 December 1926, London – 11 May 1997, London) was an English actress.    She trained at LAMDA, and played the title role of the mermaid Miranda in the original West End production of Peter Blackmore's play, later filmed with Glynis Johns.   She also appeared on Broadway opposite Katharine Hepburn in a revival of Bernard Shaw's The Millionairess in 1952;  and presented the TV series Mail Call (1955–56) with her husband John Witty.  
|1948||The Idol of Paris||Barucci|
|1949||Murder at the Windmill||Usherette|
|1950||Hangman's Wharf||Alison Maxwell|
|1950||Old Mother Riley Headmistress||Girl|
|1954||Hell Below Zero||Stewardess|
|1954||Phantom Caravan||Rita Vallon|
|1955||The Woman for Joe||Hairdresser's Manageress||Uncredited|
|1955||Count of Twelve||Julia Graves||(episode "The Count of Twelve")|
|1957||Scotland Yard (film series) - The Tyburn Case||Miss Bradley|
|1961||Scotland Yard (film series) - The Never Never Murder||Mrs Bennet|
|1962||Time to Remember||Mrs. Johnson|
|1973||The Vault of Horror||Female Customer||(segment "Midnight Mess"), Uncredited, (final film role)|
Glynis Johns is a South African-born British actress, dancer, musician and singer. Born in Pretoria, South Africa, while her parents were on tour, she is best known for creating the role of Desiree Armfeldt in A Little Night Music on Broadway, for which she won a Tony Award, and for playing Winifred Banks in Walt Disney's musical motion picture Mary Poppins. In 2020, with the death of Olivia de Havilland, Johns became the oldest living Academy Award-nominee in any acting category.
Miranda is a 1948 black and white British comedy film, directed by Ken Annakin and written by Peter Blackmore, who also wrote the play of the same name from which the film was adapted. The film stars Glynis Johns, Googie Withers, Griffith Jones, Margaret Rutherford, John McCallum and David Tomlinson. Denis Waldock provided additional dialogue. Music for the film was played by the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Muir Mathieson. The sound director was B. C. Sewell.
Frances de la Tour, also Frances J. de Lautour, is an English actress, known for her role as Miss Ruth Jones in the television sitcom Rising Damp from 1974 until 1978. She is a Tony Award winner and three-time Olivier Award winner.
Philip Mortimer Brown was an American actor.
John Herman Merivale was a Canadian-born British theatre actor, and occasional supporting player in British films.
Five Finger Exercise is a 1962 American drama film made by Columbia Pictures, directed by Daniel Mann and produced by Frederick Brisson from a screenplay by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, based on the play by Peter Shaffer.
Alison Joy Leggatt was an English character actress.
John Rogan was an Irish actor.
Elizabeth Anne Seal is a British actress. In 1961, she won the Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical for her performance in the title role of Irma La Douce.
Bernard Spear was an English actor.
Campbell Singer was a British character actor who featured in a number of stage, film and television roles during his long career. He was also a playwright and dramatist.
Maureen St John Pook, known professionally as Maureen Pryor, was an Irish-born English character actress who made stage, film, and television appearances. The Encyclopaedia of British Film noted, "she never played leads, but, with long rep and TV experience, she was noticeable in all she did."
Valerie Taylor was an English actor. After graduating from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 1922, her stage work included appearances at Stratford, as well as the original West End and Broadway productions of Berkeley Square in 1926 and 1929. She also reprised her role in the 1933 Hollywood film version of the same. She was married to the actor Hugh Sinclair. Besides her acting credits, she also co-wrote the screenplay to the 1947 movie Take My Life.
Edward Atienza was a British stage and film actor. He made his first London theatre appearance in the role of Mole in Toad of Toad Hall at the Prince's Theatre.
Clifford Lely Mollison was a British stage, film and television actor. He made his stage debut in 1913. He was married to the actress Avril Wheatley. His younger brother was the actor Henry Mollison.
Norah Howard was a British actress of stage and screen.
Arnold Marlé was a German actor who appeared largely in British films and television programmes.
Alexander Mervyn Archdale was a British actor, manager and theatre producer. He had a very long career in both the theatre and in film, stretching from the 1930s to the 1980s. He spent the latter part of his life and career in Australia.
The Complaisant Lover is a 1959 comedy play by Graham Greene. Consisting of two acts, each of two scenes, the play revolves around an affair between Mary Rhodes and Clive Root, the book seller friend of her husband, Victor. The play takes place in the Rhodes family home and an Amsterdam guesthouse.
All in Good Time is a comic play by Bill Naughton based on his 1961 TV play Honeymoon Postponed. Originally produced at the Mermaid Theatre in 1963 in London, it subsequently transferred to the Phoenix Theatre, and then to Broadway, where it ran for 44 performances in February and March 1965. The Broadway cast included Donald Wolfit, Marjorie Rhodes and Richard Dysart. It received Tony Award Best Actress and Best Featured Actress nominations for Marjorie Rhodes and Alexandra Berlin.