|Died||13 May 1979 93) (aged|
Iris Hoey (17 July 1885 – 13 May 1979) was a British actress in the first half of the twentieth century, both on stage and in movies.She married twice, first to Max Leeds, then the actor Cyril Raymond but divorced on both occasions.
The British people, or the Britons, are the citizens of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the British Overseas Territories, and the Crown dependencies. British nationality law governs modern British citizenship and nationality, which can be acquired, for instance, by descent from British nationals. When used in a historical context, "British" or "Britons" can refer to the Celtic Britons, the indigenous inhabitants of Great Britain and Brittany, whose surviving members are the modern Welsh people, Cornish people, and Bretons. It may also refer to citizens of the former British Empire.
Cyril William North Raymond MBE was a British character actor.
On the 4 December 1923, with Cyril Raymond she had a son, John North Blagrave Raymond, who was born in Bristol; later journalist and literary editor of the New Statesman .
The New Statesman is a British political and cultural magazine published in London. Founded as a weekly review of politics and literature on 12 April 1913, it was connected then with Sidney and Beatrice Webb and other leading members of the socialist Fabian Society, such as George Bernard Shaw who was a founding director. They had supported The New Age, a journal edited by A. R. Orage, but by 1912 that journal moved away editorially from supporting Fabian politics and women's suffrage.
|1922||East Lynne||Isabel Carlyle||Short|
|1922||Tense Moments with Great Authors||Isabel Carlyle||(segment "East Lynne")|
|1931||Her Reputation||Dultitia Sloane|
|1934||Those Were the Days||Agatha Poskett|
|1936||Living Dangerously||Lady Annesley|
|1936||One in a Million||Mrs. Fenwick|
|1936||A Star Fell from Heaven||Frau Heinmeyer|
|1936||The Tenth Man||Lady Etchingham|
|1936||The Limping Man||Mrs. Paget|
|1937||The Perfect Crime||Mrs. Pennypacker|
|1937||Let's Make a Night of It||Laura Boydell|
|1938||Jane Steps Out||Mrs. Wilton|
|1938||Edgar Wallace's The Terror||Mrs. Elvery|
|1938||Pygmalion||Ysabel Social Reporter|
|1940||The Midas Touch||Ellie Morgan|
|1940||Just William||Mrs. Brown|
|1949||Poet's Pub||Lady Keith|
|1950||The Girl Who Couldn't Quite||Janet|
IMDb is an online database of information related to films, television programs, home videos and video games, and internet streams, including cast, production crew and personnel biographies, plot summaries, trivia, and fan reviews and ratings. An additional fan feature, message boards, was abandoned in February 2017. Originally a fan-operated website, the database is owned and operated by IMDb.com, Inc., a subsidiary of Amazon.
The Internet Broadway Database (IBDB) is an online database of Broadway theatre productions and their personnel. It was conceived and created by Karen Hauser in 1996 and is operated by the Research Department of The Broadway League, a trade association for the North American commercial theatre community. The website also has a corresponding app for both the IOS and Android.
Malcolm Keen was an English actor of stage, film and television. He was sometimes credited as Malcolm Keane.
The Sleeping Prince: An Occasional Fairy Tale is a 1953 play by Terence Rattigan, conceived to coincide with the coronation of Elizabeth II in the same year. Set in London in 1911, it tells the story of Mary Morgan, a young actress, who meets and ultimately captivates Prince Charles of Carpathia, considered to be inspired by Carol II of Romania.
Alison Leggatt was an English character actress.
Patrick Waddington was an English actor, educated at Gresham's School at Holt in Norfolk. He was born and died in York, England.
Violet Farebrother was an English actress. She appeared in 25 films between 1911 and 1965, including three films directed by Alfred Hitchcock. She was born in Grimsby, Lincolnshire, and died in Eastbourne, Sussex.
Rosamund Mary Greenwood (1907–1997) was a British actress who was active on screen from 1935 until 1990.
Hugh Dempster was a British theatre and film 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.
Basil Henson was an English actor.
Brewster Mason was an English stage actor who also made some notable film and television appearances.
Gabrielle Brune was a British actress.
Rosalyn Boulter was a British film actress, born on 1 February 1917 in Burton upon Trent, East Staffordshire. She married Stanley Haynes, a film writer, director and producer before having a daughter together, Carol, in 1943.
Norah Howard (1900-1968) was a British actress. She was born Norah Lilian Emily Smeed on 12 December 1900 in Fulham, London, England. Her father was Alfred Howard Smeed. She changed her stage name from Smeed to Howard, adopting her father's middle name. Her theatre work included the original West End productions of Cole Porter's Nymph Errant and Frank Vosper's Love from a Stranger (1936); and on Broadway, the revival of Coward's Tonight at 8.30 (1948). Norah died on 2 May 1968 in New York, NY, USA.
Anthony Ireland was a British actor. He made his stage debut in 1925, and appeared in the original London production of Patrick Hamilton's Rope, in 1929. He was active in both British and U.S. theatre, and in various films and TV shows over the years.
Genine Graham 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.
Arnold Marlé was a German actor who appeared largely in British films and television shows.
Joyce Barbour (1901–1977) was an English actress. She was the wife of the actor Richard Bird.
Eileen Erskine was an English actress from Nottingham who was active in film mainly in the 1940s when she appeared in This Happy Breed (1944) and Great Expectations (1946). Her theatre work included the original West End production of J. B. Priestley's Time and the Conways in 1937; and on Broadway she was in Faithfully Yours, in 1951. Her television appearances included BBC TV's The Pallisers in 1974 Her autobiography, Scenes from a Life, was published posthumously.
A Little Bit of Fluff is a British farce written by Walter W. Ellis which was first staged in 1915 and went on to have a long original run. Starring Ernest Thesiger, it ran at the Criterion Theatre, London, between 1915-1918, for a total of 1241 performances.