(late 1950s) Radio: Starred in her own radio drama series, "Dr. Gentry".
1943: Became a US citizen.
(1949) Stage: Starred in "Goodbye My Fancy" on Broadway
(1938) Radio: Starred in "The Circle" radio series.
(1935) Stage: Starred in "Duet for Floodlight", directed by Cedric Hardwicke
, in London, England.
(1930) Stage: Appeared in "French Leave" in London, England.
(1931) Stage: Appeared in "After All" in London, England.
(1928) Stage: Appeared in "The Constant Nymph" in London, England.
(1927) Stage: Appeared in "The Lash", New Brighton, England.
(1930) Stage: Appeared in Reginald Berkeley
's "French Leave," at the Vaudeville
Theatre in London, England, with Emlyn Williams
, Charles Groves and Edward Scott-Gatty in the cast. Eille Norwood
(1938) Radio: Starred in her own radio series, "Madeleine Carroll Reads", in which she read passages from popular books of the day.
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