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18 February 1905
|Died||17 January 2002 96) (aged|
|Resting place||Westwood Memorial Park|
(m. 1936;div. 1947)
(m. 1958;div. 1963)
Queenie Leonard (born Pearl Walker; 18 February 1905 – 17 January 2002) was a British actress. She was the last surviving cast member of And Then There Were None (1945) until her death in 2002.
She was born as Pearl Walker in Manchester, Lancashire, England in 1905 and began performing on stage with her father when she was 14 years old.She debuted on film in 1931. She had already amassed 20 years of stage and screen experience when, in 1941, she made the first of more than 30 Hollywood films. She also appeared in cabaret in Britain and in the United States, starred in a one-woman show, acted in television sitcoms, and provided voices for Disney animated films. She retired in 1966. Her last appearance was in 20th Century Fox's Doctor Dolittle .
Leonard was married to film designer Lawrence P. Williams from 1936 to 1947,[ citation needed ] and to actor Tom Conway from 1958 to 1963. Both unions were childless and ended in divorce.
Leonard was legally blind for part of her life.
On 17 January 2002, Leonard died of natural causes at her apartment in West Los Angeles, one month before her 97th birthday. She is buried in the Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery in Los Angeles in the burial plot called the "Garden of Roses". She was the last surviving cast member of And Then There Were None (1945).[ when? ]
|1931||Who Killed Doc Robin?||Amy Anderson||Short|
|1934||Romance in Rhythm||Skye Gunderson|
|1937||The Show Goes On||Lilith Henderson|
|1937||Dick Whittington and His Cat||Dick Whittington||TV movie|
|1938||Have You Brought Your Music?||Mishina||TV movie|
|1938||They're Off!||Diana Turriot||TV movie|
|1938||On the Spot||Minn Lee||TV movie|
|1938||Kate Plus Ten||Ellen Pamplemousse|
|1938||King of the Congo||Ruth||TV movie|
|1938||Pest Pilot||Lady April||TV movie|
|1939||More Fun and Games!||Tuesday X||TV movie|
|1941||Ladies in Retirement||Sister Agatha|
|1941||Confirm or Deny||Daisy, Consolidated Press Switchboard Operator|
|1942||This Above All||Violet Worthing|
|1942||Eagle Squadron||Bridget – Lancashire blonde|
|1943||Forever and a Day||Maid||as Oueenie Leonard|
|1943||Thumbs Up||Janie Brooke|
|1944||The Lodger||Daisy – the Maid|
|1944||The Uninvited||Mrs. Taylor||Uncredited|
|1944||Our Hearts Were Young and Gay||Maid||Uncredited|
|1945||Tonight and Every Night||Cockney Woman||Uncredited|
|1945||Molly and Me||Lily|
|1945||And Then There Were None||Mrs. Rogers|
|1945||My Name Is Julia Ross||Alice||Uncredited|
|1946||The Locket||Woman Singer|
|1947||Life With Father||Maggie|
|1947||The Lone Wolf in London||Lily|
|1948||The Black Arrow||Serving Woman||Uncredited|
|1948||Hills of Home||Mrs. MacFadyen||Uncredited|
|1949||My Own True Love||Minor Role||Uncredited|
|1949||The Secret of St. Ives||Maid||Uncredited|
|1950||A Life of Her Own||Hotel Matron||Uncredited|
|1951||Kind Lady||Bit Role||Uncredited|
|1951||Alice in Wonderland||A Bird in a Tree/Snooty Flower||Voice|
|1951||Thunder on the Hill||Mrs. Smithson|
|1951||Thunder in the East||Miss Huggins||Uncredited|
|1952||The Narrow Margin||Mrs. Troll|
|1952||Les Misérables||Valjean's Maid||Uncredited|
|1952||Million Dollar Mermaid||Mrs. Graves, John's Mother||Uncredited|
|1953||Latin Lovers||Rufina||Scenes cut|
|1954||Ring of Fear||Tillie / Fortune-Teller||Uncredited|
|1955||The King's Thief||Apothecary's Wife|
|1956||23 Paces to Baker Street||Miss Elsie Schuyler||Uncredited|
|1956||D-Day the Sixth of June||Corporal on Train||Uncredited|
|1960||All the Fine Young Cannibals||Nurse|
|1961||One Hundred and One Dalmatians||Princess||Voice|
|1962||The Notorious Landlady||Woman||Uncredited|
|1963||The Prize||Miss Fawley||Uncredited|
|1964||What a Way to Go!||Lady Kensington||Uncredited|
|1964||My Fair Lady||Cockney Bystander||Uncredited|
|1967||Doctor Dolittle||Courtroom Spectator||Uncredited|
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