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Ethel Coleridge (1883–1976)

Ethel Coleridge was born on January 14, 1883 in South Molton, Devon, England as Ethel Coleridge-Tucker. She was an actress, known for The Banns of Marriage (1956), Tess of the D'Urbervilles (1952) and From Out of the West (1959). She died on August 15, 1976 in London, England. See full bio »


(age 93) in London, England, UK

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Known For

Tess of the D'Urbervilles
Penny Paradise
Penny Paradise Aunt Agnes


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 1960 The True Mistery of the Passion (TV Movie)
Third Mary
 1959 From Out of the West (TV Movie)
 1959 Television Playwright (TV Series)
- Walk on the Grass (1959) ... Mother
 1958 The Pick of the Season (TV Movie)
Mrs. Carraway
 1957 The Orange Orchard (TV Movie)
Martha Blanchard
 1957 My Guess Would Be Murder (TV Movie)
Mrs. Pearce
 1956 The Recording Angells (TV Series)
- Town Benefactor (1956) ... Thirza
- In Town This Week (1956) ... Thirza
- A Matter for Sympathy (1956) ... Thirza
- A Wedding Will Not Take Place (1956) ... Thirza
- A New Reporter (1956) ... Thirza
 1956 The Banns of Marriage (TV Short)
 1949 Vengeance Is Mine
 1948 A Piece of Cake
Mrs. Fiddle
 1948 The Fallen Idol
Housekeeper (uncredited)
 1948 Colonel Bogey
 1948 Penny and the Pownall Case
Mrs. Hodgson
 1948 The Clouded Crystal
Mme. Zamba
 1948 A Song for Tomorrow
Woman in cinema
 1947 The Loves of Joanna Godden
Lighthouse-keeper's wife
 1945 Query
Mrs. Green
 1938 Penny Paradise
Aunt Agnes
 1938 Second Best Bed
Mrs. Knuckle
 1937 Feather Your Nest
Mrs. Taylor
 1936 Keep Your Seats, Please!
Spinster (uncredited)
 1936 Lonely Road
Mrs. Rogers

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She acted in Gordon Sherry's play, "Black Limelight," at the St. James Theatre in London, England with Margaret Rawlings, Lawrence Anderson, John Robinson, George Merritt, Buena Bent, Bernard Merefield, and Campbell Gullan in the cast.

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