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Betty Balfour (1903–1977)


Betty Balfour was born on March 27, 1903 in London, England. She was an actress, known for Champagne (1928), Born for Glory (1935) and Little Devil May Care (1928). She was married to Jimmy Campbell. She died on November 4, 1977 in Weybridge, Surrey, England. See full bio »

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 1934 My Old Dutch
Lil
 1934 Evergreen
Maudie
 1930 The Brat
The Nipper
 1930 Raise the Roof
Maisie Grey
 1929 Daughter of the Regiment
Marie - Regiments Daughter
 1929 The Vagabond Queen
Sally / Princess Zonia
 1928 Paradise
Kitty Cranston
 1928 Champagne
The Girl
 1928 Croquette
Croquette
 1926 A Sister of Six
Mizzi
 1926 The Cabaret Kid
Fay Wynchbeck
 1926 Cinders
Cinders
 1925 Monte Carlo
Betty Oliver
 1925 Pearl of Love
 1925 Somebody's Darling
Joan Meredith
 1924 R√©veille
Mick
 1923 Love, Life and Laughter
Tip-Toes
 1922 Wee MacGregor's Sweetheart
Christine
 1922 Me and My Girl
Maud Emily
 1920 Nothing Else Matters
Sally
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Personal Details

Other Works:

She acted in the play, "The Golden Grain," at the Embassy Theatre in London, England with Dinah Sheridan, Patsy Ann Hedges, and Ken Marshall in the cast. Peter Copley was director.

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Trivia:

A great mimic she started in British Music Hall See more »

Nickname:

Britain's Queen of Happiness

Star Sign:

Aries

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