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Sybil Williams (1929–2013)

Sybil Williams was born on March 27, 1929 in Tylorstown, Glamorganshire, Wales. She was an actress, known for Women of Dolwyn (1949), Kitty (1945) and The David Susskind Show (1958). She was married to Jordan Christopher and Richard Burton. She died on March 7, 2013 in Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Women of Dolwyn
Women of Dolwyn Actress
Kitty Magic Lantern Woman
The David Susskind Show
The Merv Griffin Show


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 1945 Kitty
Magic Lantern Woman (uncredited)
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 1965 The Merv Griffin Show (TV Series)
- Episode #3.3 (1965) ... Herself (as Sybil Burton)
 1964 The David Susskind Show (TV Series)
- Episode dated 1 March 1964 (1964) ... Herself (as Sybil Burton)
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 1992 Under Milk Wood (TV Movie)

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Her theatre credits include: various roles in "King Henry IV Part II" by William Shakespeare (1951, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, director Michael Redgrave ).

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Sybil Burton

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We Welsh are absolutely different from the English, we haven't that immune quality... we all want to be loved.


Founded the discotheque "Arthur" in 1965 on the site of the old El Morocco, in New York. Celebrity hangout, it closed in 1969. See more »

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