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Publicity still for The Shadow Between (1931)
|Born||11 November 1903|
|Died||10 December 1970 (aged 67)|
|Spouse(s)||Lt Colonel K.A. Plimpton, DSO|
Kathleen O'Regan (11 November 1903 – 10 December 1970) was an Irish actress, best-remembered for her performances in the first London performances of Juno and the Paycock and The Plough and the Stars .
Later in her career she showed her talents in comedy, appearing, on the author's recommendation, in Ben Travers's farce Banana Ridge (1938).She also appeared in films, including Alfred Hitchcock's screen rendering of Juno and the Paycock (1930).
She was married to Lt Colonel K.A. Plimpton, DSO, who was secretary of the Garrick Club for 14 years. She died in 1970, aged 67
|1930||Juno and the Paycock||Mary Boyle|
|1931||The Shadow Between||Margaret Haddon|
|1932||Fires of Fate||Nora Belmont|
|1938||Rose of Tralee||Mary O'Malley|
|1941||Man at the Gate||Ruth|
|1943||Thursday's Child||Ellen Wilson|
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