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Eileen Crowe (I) (1898–1978)

Eileen Crowe was born in 1898 in Dublin, Ireland. She was an actress, known for The Quiet Man (1952), The Plough and the Stars (1936) and Steel Town (1952). She was married to F.J. McCormick. She died on May 8, 1978 in Dublin. See full bio »


(age 80) in Dublin, Ireland

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Known For

The Quiet Man
The Quiet Man Mrs. Elizabeth Playfair
The Plough and the Stars
The Plough and the Stars Bessie Burgess
Steel Town
Steel Town Millie McNamara
Top o' the Morning
Top o' the Morning Biddy O'Devlin


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 1964 Girl with Green Eyes
Mrs. Byrne
 1964 First Night (TV Series)
Mrs. Spillane
- My One True Love (1964) ... Mrs. Spillane
 1960 Boyd's Shop
Miss McClure
 1960 The Night Fighters
Mrs. Kathleen O'Neill
 1959 Shake Hands with the Devil
Mrs. Madigan
 1959 Home Is the Hero
Daylia O'Reilly
 1957 The Rising of the Moon
Mrs. O'Hara - Police Sergeant's Wife (3rd Episode)
 1952 The Quiet Man
Mrs. Elizabeth Playfair
 1952 Steel Town
Millie McNamara
 1951 The Promise of Barty O'Brien
Mrs. O'Brien
 1949 Top o' the Morning
Biddy O'Devlin
 1947 Hungry Hill
 1936 The Plough and the Stars
Bessie Burgess
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 1961 Cradle of Genius (Documentary short)

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She acted in Sean O'Casey's play, "The Plough and the Stars", in an Abbey Theatre Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with William Foley, Kathleen Barrington, Eric Gorman, Vincent Dowling, Pat Laffan and Geoffrey Golden in the cast. Frank Dermody was the director.

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