Marie Effie Hullatt
1 May 1876
|Died||20 May 1969 93) (aged|
May Hallatt (born Marie Effie Hullatt; 1 May 1876 – 20 May 1969) was an English actress, born in Scarborough.   Baptised at St Michael on the Mount, Lincoln, on 13 Jan 1884 she was the daughter of William Henry Hallatt, actor, and Carrie Sydney.
A number of published sources  incorrectly name her as mother of the actor Neil Hallett.
Often cast in eccentric roles, within her 30-year career, she was known for Painted Boats (1945), Black Narcissus (1947) and Separate Tables (1958). 
In Terence Rattigan's Separate Tables , she played Miss Meacham in the original West End, Broadway productions and the film versions.  
May Hallatt died on 20 May 1969 in London, England, aged 93. 
|1934||Important People||Mrs. Stenham|
|1939||The Lambeth Walk||Lady Battersby|
|1939||The Dark Eyes of London||Police Constable Griggs||Uncredited|
|1939||The Mysterious Mr. Davis||Telegraph Clerk||Uncredited|
|1945||Painted Boats||Her Mother|
|1947||Black Narcissus||Angu Ayah|
|1949||Trottie True||Old Ellen||Uncredited|
|1949||The Romantic Age||Matron||Uncredited|
|1949||The Spider and the Fly||Monique|
|1952||The Card||Ladies Committee Member||Uncredited|
|1953||The Pickwick Papers||Uncredited|
|1953||Grand National Night||Hoskyns|
|1953||Rob Roy, the Highland Rogue||Ballad Hawker|
|1954||The Million Pound Note||Hysterical Woman at Bumbles Hotel||Uncredited|
|1955||The Gold Express||Agatha Merton|
|1958||The Horse's Mouth||Charwoman||Uncredited|
|1958||Separate Tables||Miss Meacham|
|1959||Room at the Top||Miss Tanfield||Uncredited|
|1960||Make Mine Mink||Old Mrs. Spanager||Uncredited|
|1961||Follow That Man||Nannie|
|1961||Dangerous Afternoon||Miss Burge|
|1963||Bitter Harvest||Aunt Sarah|
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