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Queenie Ashton (1903–1999)

Queenie Ashton was born on November 16, 1903 in London, England as Edith Muriel Ashton. She was an actress, known for The Year My Voice Broke (1987), Warming Up (1985) and Always Another Dawn (1948). She was married to John Cover. She died on October 19, 1999 in Australia. See full bio »

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(age 95) in Australia

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 1991-1992 G.P. (TV Series)
Mrs. Jessica Sculthorpe
- The Longest Day (1992) ... Mrs. Jessica Sculthorpe
- The Last Waltz (1992) ... Mrs. Jessica Sculthorpe
- All in a Day's Work (1991) ... Mrs. Jessica Sculthorpe
- Once Bitten (1991) ... Mrs. Jessica Sculthorpe
- Who Lives, Who Dies (1991) ... Mrs. Jessica Sculthorpe
 1991 The Miraculous Mellops (TV Series)
Customer
- Episode #1.12 (1991) ... Customer
 1987 The Year My Voice Broke
Mrs. O'Neil
 1987 Poor Man's Orange (TV Mini-Series)
Mrs. Casement
 1986 Double Sculls (TV Movie)
Pianist
 1986 Mother and Son (TV Series)
Elsie
- The Picnic (1986) ... Elsie
 1985 Warming Up
Mrs. Marsh
 1980 Young Ramsay (TV Series)
Dolly Farrell
- Natural Selection (1980) ... Dolly Farrell
 1979 Skyways (TV Series)
Mrs. Fow
- Jet Lag (1979) ... Mrs. Fow
 1977 The Restless Years (TV Series)
Jessica Metcalf
 1976 Image of Death
Mrs. Brooks
 1976 Solo One (TV Series)
Annie Robinson
- Watch Out for the Robinsons (1976) ... Annie Robinson
 1975 Mama's Gone A-Hunting (TV Movie)
Old Woman in Restaurant
 1974 The Evil Touch (TV Series)
Elspeth Pfeiffer
- The Fans (1974) ... Elspeth Pfeiffer
- The Trial (1974)
 1973 Certain Women (TV Series)
Dolly Lucas
 1973 Elephant Boy (TV Series)
Doreen Graham
- Return Journey (1973) ... Doreen Graham
 1969-1973 Division 4 (TV Series)
Emily Harrison / Elizabeth King / Mary Larkins / ...
- A Wild Wild Rose (1973) ... Emily Harrison
- The Electro Static Organ Revitaliser (1972) ... Elizabeth King
- They Walk at Night (1971) ... Mary Larkins
- The Luck of the Irish (1970) ... Mother O'Connell
- The Big Bloke (1970) ... Mrs. Wilde
 1971-1972 The Godfathers (TV Series)
Mrs. Frenchman
- Bundle of Trouble (1972) ... Mrs. Frenchman
- Maria Strikes Back (1971) ... Mrs. Frenchman
- Where There's Smoke (1971) ... Mrs. Frenchman
- The Wooing of Elizabeth (1971) ... Mrs. Frenchman
 1971 Matlock Police (TV Series)
Mrs. McIntyre / Mrs. Macintyre
- The Hunting Ground (1971) ... Mrs. McIntyre
- Cradle Song (1971) ... Mrs. McIntyre
- A Bit of Freedom (1971) ... Mrs. McIntyre
- The Big Gun (1971) ... Mrs. Macintyre
 1965-1970 Homicide (TV Series)
Emily Simpson / Mrs. Miriam Pinkerton / Mrs. Hamilton / ...
- The Last Friend (1970) ... Emily Simpson
- Everyone Knows Charlie (1969) ... Mrs. Miriam Pinkerton
- No Other Girl (1967) ... Mrs. Hamilton
- Second Time Around (1965) ... Dulcie Reynolds
 1969 Pastures of the Blue Crane (TV Series)
 1968 Hunter (TV Series)
Mrs. Parkhurst
- Operation Judas (1968) ... Mrs. Parkhurst
 1967 My Name's McGooley, What's Yours? (TV Series)
Miss Fitchett
- The Bounty That Follows the Wake (1967) ... Miss Fitchett
 1962-1967 Consider Your Verdict (TV Series)
Adelaide Upton
- Queen Versus Upton (1962) ... Adelaide Upton
 1961 Whiplash (TV Series)
Mrs. Culbert
- Dutchman's Reef (1961) ... Mrs. Culbert
 1959 Lady in Danger (TV Movie)
 1959 Pardon Miss Westcott (TV Movie)
 1958 Autumn Affair (TV Series)
Granny Bishop
 1957 Tomorrow's Child (TV Movie)
 1948 Always Another Dawn
Molly Regan
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Personal Details

Other Works:

She acted in Tierney and Otto Harbach's musical, "Kid Boots," at the Winter Garden Theatre in London, England with Leslie Henson, Edna Bellonini, Arthur Margetson, G. Hamilton, Vera Lennox, Peggy Beatty, Diana Wilson, Claude Hulbert, Peter Haddon, W.H. Rawlins, and Ernest Graham in the cast.
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Trivia:

She was awarded the A.M. (Member of the Order of Australia) in the 1980 Queen's Birthday Honours List for her services to the performing arts.

Star Sign:

Scorpio

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