(1934) She acted in Zoe Akins' play, "The Greeks Had a Word for It," at the Duke of York's Theatre in London, England with Angela Baddeley, Margaret Rawlings, Robert Newton, and Clive Morton in the cast. A.R. Whatmore was director.
5' 3" (1.60 m)
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[on her real-life romance with Laurence Harvey
] Life with him was exciting and funny, but he was consumed with a hunger to have everything--fame, fortune, all the riches of life. It was as if he knew there was only so much time alloted to him.
George Bernard Shaw
reportedly so enjoyed her performance in his play, "Heartbreak House", that he suggested she change her surname from Baddeley to Goodeley.
Her thick Cockney accent - droping h's