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Phyllis Konstam (1907–1976)

Phyllis Konstam was born on April 14, 1907 in London, England as Phyllis Esther Kohnstamm. She was an actress, known for Murder! (1930), The Skin Game (1931) and Compromised (1930). She was married to Bunny Austin. She died on August 20, 1976 in Somerset, England. See full bio »


(age 69) in Somerset, England, UK

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Known For

Murder! Doucie Markham
The Skin Game
The Skin Game Chloe Hornblower
Compromised Sadie Bannister
Voice of the Hurricane


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 1964 Voice of the Hurricane
Janet Lord
 1960 The Crowning Experience
Mrs. Spriggs (as Phyllis Konstan Austin)
 1952 Jotham Valley
 1939 The Kindled Flame (Short)
 1931 A Gentleman of Paris
 1930 Compromised
Sadie Bannister
 1930 Escape!
 1930 Murder!
Doucie Markham
 1929 Blackmail
Gossiping Neighbour (uncredited)
 1928 Champagne (uncredited)

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She acted in John Galsworthy's play, "Escape," at the Ambassadors Theatre in London, England with Leon M. Lion, Nicholas Hannen, Ursula Jeans, Frank Freeman, Molly Kerr, Ann Codrington, Margaret Halstan, Ethel Manning, Paul Gill, Stafford Hilliard, Betty Astell, and Auston Trevor in the cast. See more »

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Alternate Names:

Phyllis Konstan Austin


5' 7" (1.7 m)

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In her later years, she joined her husband with involvement in the Oxford Group, performing in several films and theatrical productions around the world to benefit the cause. See more »

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