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Vera Josephine Boggetti
5 October 1902
|Died||10 October 1985 83) (aged|
|Other names||Vera Josephine Boggetti|
Vera Josephine Rickards
|Spouse(s)||Laurence J. Rickards (1925-1953) (his death)|
Vera Josephine Boggetti (5 October 1902 – 10 October 1985) was a British stage and film actress. She married Laurence J. Rickards in Hampstead, London in 1925, and the couple had a daughter, Pauline, in 1931, who died as an infant in 1932. Laurence died in 1953. She was born in Wandsworth, London and died in Godstone, Surret.
She left school to go straight into the cast of John Barrymore's Hamlet at the Haymarket Theatre in London. She played in many Leslie Henson farces on stage. Her first film was Mannequin .
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