1939 Spotlight photo
|Died||21 March 1961 71) (aged|
|Other names||Mignon Nesbitt|
Mignon O'Doherty (1890 – 1961) was an Australian actress who worked in British theatre, film and television.
O'Doherty was born in Brisbane, the daughter of Dr. Edward O’Doherty and Isabel Maud French. She was the granddaughter of Young Irelander Dr. Kevin Izod O’Doherty and his wife, the Irish revolutionary poet Mary Eva Kelly. She was also the granddaughter of General Sir George French, first commissioner of Canada’s Northwest Mounted Police. O'Doherty married actor Tom Nesbitt (1890-1927), the brother of actress Cathleen Nesbitt; they had two children.
O'Doherty made her London stage debut in 1913.She was listed in Who’s Who in the Theatre (ed. J. Parker) from at least the 8th edition until her death, with numerous stage credits as a character actress. In 1951 she appeared in Kenneth Horne's And This Was Odd at the Criterion Theatre.
O'Doherty was in the original cast of Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap , in which she played Mrs. Boyle, at the Ambassadors Theatre, London from 1952-55.
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