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Margot Bryant (1897–1988)

Margot Bryant was born on March 8, 1897 in Hull, Yorkshire, England as Kathleen Mary Margaret Bryant. She was an actress, known for Coronation Street (1960), Wild for Kicks (1960) and Calling All Cars (1954). She died on January 1, 1988 in Cheadle, Greater Manchester, England. See full bio »

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 1961 Nothing Barred
Woman in Crowd (uncredited)
 1960 Peridot Flight (TV Series)
Mrs. Bowler
- A New Situation (1960) ... Mrs. Bowler
 1960 Wild for Kicks
 1960 Probation Officer (TV Series)
Mrs. Jennings
- Episode #1.36 (1960) ... Mrs. Jennings
 1960 The Trials of Oscar Wilde
Edith (uncredited)
 1959 A Ride on the Donkeys (TV Movie)
Second Guest
 1959 Dial 999 (TV Series)
- 24 Hours a Day (1959)
 1958 Charlesworth at Large (TV Series)
Ladies of the Committee
- Where Angels Fear to Tread (1958) ... Ladies of the Committee
 1958 Duty Bound (TV Series)
- Operation Stop-Watch (1958) ... Landlady
 1957 The Case of the Smiling Widow (Short)
Mrs. Bailey
 1953-1955 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Jenny / Lancashire Woman
- All on a Summer's Day (1953) ... Lancashire Woman
 1955 Cross-Up
Cleaning Woman (uncredited)
 1954 Late Night Final (Short)
 1954 Calling All Cars (Short)
Mrs. Flit
 1953 The Long Rope (uncredited)
 1949 The Cure for Love
Mrs. Hooley
 1949 My Mother Said (TV Movie)
Mrs. Hoop
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5' 3" (1.6 m)

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