|Spouse(s)|| John Guillermin |
(m. 1956; div. 1999)
|Children||Michelle (b. 1959)|
Maureen Connell (born 2 August 1931) is a British actress.
On 20 July 1956, Connell married British film director, writer and producer John Guillermin.They resided in the Los Angeles area beginning 1968. They had two children, Michelle and Michael-John, the latter of whom died in 1984 in a car accident in Truckee, California.
John Welsh was an Irish actor.
Gordon Cameron Jackson, was a Scottish actor best remembered for his roles as the butler Angus Hudson in Upstairs, Downstairs and as George Cowley, the head of CI5, in The Professionals. He also portrayed Capt Jimmy Cairns in Tunes of Glory, and Flt. Lt. Andrew MacDonald, "Intelligence", in The Great Escape.
Jewel Franklin Guy, known professionally as James Best, was an American television, film, stage, and voice actor, as well as a writer, director, acting coach, artist, college professor, and musician. During a career that spanned more than 60 years, he performed not only in feature films but also in scores of television series, as well as appearing on various country music programs and talk shows. Television audiences, however, perhaps most closely associate Best with his role as the bumbling Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane in the action-comedy series The Dukes of Hazzard, which originally aired on CBS between 1979 and 1985. He reprised the role in 1997 and 2000 for the made-for-television movies The Dukes of Hazzard: Reunion! and The Dukes of Hazzard: Hazzard in Hollywood (2000).
Donald Daniel Houston was a Welsh actor whose first two films—The Blue Lagoon (1949) with Jean Simmons, and A Run for Your Money (1949) with Alec Guinness—were highly successful. Later in his career he was cast in military roles and in comedies such as the Doctor and Carry On series.
Hazel Court was an English actress. She is known for her roles in British and American horror films during the 1950s and early 1960s, including Terence Fisher's The Curse of Frankenstein (1957) and The Man Who Could Cheat Death (1959) for Hammer Film Productions, and three of Roger Corman's adaptations of Edgar Allan Poe stories for American International Pictures: The Premature Burial (1962), The Raven (1963) and The Masque of the Red Death (1964).
Andrew Victor McLaglen was a British-born American film and television director, known for Westerns and adventure films, often starring John Wayne or James Stewart.
Colin Gordon was a British actor born in Ceylon.
John Newland was an American director, actor, television producer, and screenwriter.
David Mervyn Johns was a Welsh film and television character actor who became a star of British films during World War II. In the postwar era, he worked regularly at Ealing Studios.
Patricia Paz Maria Medina was a British actress. She is perhaps best known for her roles in the films Phantom of the Rue Morgue (1954) and Mr. Arkadin (1955).
Donald Chaffey was a British film director, writer, producer, and art director.
Doreen Catherine Mary Montgomery was a British screenwriter.
Thomas Stephen Gries was an American TV and film director, writer, and film producer.
Robert Raglan was a British actor best known for his semi-regular role in Dad's Army as Colonel Pritchard. He also starred in a number of other television series and films such as Fabian of the Yard (1954–56) and The Haunted House of Horror (1969). He also appeared in Danger Man with Patrick McGoohan and Scotland Yard.
Town on Trial is a 1957 British mystery film directed by John Guillermin and starring John Mills, Charles Coburn, Barbara Bates and Derek Farr. A whole town comes under suspicion when two grisly murders are carried out—particularly members of the local sports club.
John Guillermin was a French-British film director, writer and producer who was most active in big budget, action adventure films throughout his lengthy career.
André Mikhelson was a Russian actor, in mostly British films. He was born in Moscow, in 1903.
Peter Reynolds was an English actor.
John McGreevey was an American writer and screenwriter. He is the father of former Disney star and Emmy-nominated television writer Michael McGreevey.
Marie Burke was an English actress of stage, cinema and television. She appeared in over 40 films between 1917 and 1971, and appeared in TV series between 1953 and 1969.