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Nuna Davey (1902–1977)

Nuna Davey was born on December 19, 1902 in Kanpur, India as Margaret Symonds. She was an actress, known for Dandy Dick (1948), The Upturned Glass (1947) and Pygmalion (1954). She was married to Gerald Cross. She died on December 11, 1977 in London, England. See full bio »


(age 74) in London, England, UK

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 1960 The Secret Kingdom (TV Mini-Series)
Woman at Pit Head
- Episode #1.3 (1960) ... Woman at Pit Head
 1958 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Anne Vignole
- Bernadette Soubirous (1958) ... Anne Vignole
 1957 Orizzonte infuocato
 1954 Stage by Stage (TV Series)
Nurse to Miss Hoyden
- The Relapse or, Virtue in Danger (1954) ... Nurse to Miss Hoyden
 1954 The Face of Love (TV Movie)
Philo's Wife
 1954 Shop Spoiled
 1954 The Gay Dog
Minnie Gay
 1954 Pygmalion (TV Movie)
Mrs. Pearce
 1951 The Boy with a Cart (TV Movie)
Mrs. Fipps
 1950 Stage Fright
Masculine Woman (uncredited)
 1948 Sin of Esther Waters
 1948 The Rossiters (TV Movie)
Martha Rossiter
 1948 Jolly Roger (TV Movie)
Flora Pott
 1948 Dandy Dick (TV Movie)
Georgiana Tidman
 1947 The Brontes (TV Movie)
Madame Heger
 1947 The Wind of Heaven (TV Movie)
 1947 The Upturned Glass
Mrs. Jenny Deva
 1947 Maria Marten or, the Murder at the Red Barn (TV Movie)
Dame Marten
 1946 Green Shutters (TV Movie)
 1945 Brief Encounter
Herminie Rolandson, Mary's Cousin (uncredited)

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