Muriel George

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Muriel George
Born(1883-08-29)29 August 1883
London, England
Died22 October 1965(1965-10-22) (aged 82)
Brighton, Sussex, England
OccupationActress
Years active1932–1955
Spouse Ernest Butcher (divorced)

Muriel George (29 August 1883 – 22 October 1965) was an English singer and film actress. She appeared in 55 films between 1932 and 1955. She also appeared on the variety stage and sang on radio with her second husband Ernest Butcher for thirty years. Her hobbies were gardening and antiques. By her first marriage, to Robert (known as 'Robin' or 'Arthur') Davenport, an author and lyricist, she had a son, the critic John Davenport. [1]

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References

  1. The New Review, vol. 3, issue 31, 1976, p. 69