|Born||25 August 1911|
|Died||5 March 1995 83) (aged|
|Other names||Nancy Smith|
|Occupation|| Film actress |
|Years active||1934 - 1962 (film)|
(m.1938–1984; his death)
Nancy O'Neil (25 August 1911 – 5 March 1995) was an Australian-born British actress.
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