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Brenda Duncan (1895–1988)

Brenda Duncan was born on April 15, 1895 in Streatham, London, England as Brenda Marion Davies. She was an actress, known for Hancock's Half Hour (1956), BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950) and Theatre 625 (1964). She died on August 21, 1988 in Kensington, London. See full bio »

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Known For

Hancock's Half Hour
Hancock's Half Hour Mrs. Farley
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre Dead Woman / Woman
Theatre 625
Theatre 625 Mother / Wife
Call Oxbridge 2000
Call Oxbridge 2000 Mrs. Harrington


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 1973 Thirty Minutes Worth (TV Series)
- Episode #2.6 (1973)
 1973 The Roses of Eyam (TV Movie)
Edytha Torre
 1966 Macbeth (TV Movie)
Second witch
 1964-1966 Theatre 625 (TV Series)
Wife / Mother
- The Queen and Jackson (1966) ... Wife
- The Seekers #2: The Idealists (1964) ... Mother
 1961 Call Oxbridge 2000 (TV Series)
Mrs. Harrington
- Episode #1.1 (1961) ... Mrs. Harrington
 1957 Hancock's Half Hour (TV Series)
Mrs. Farley
 1957 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Woman / Dead Woman
- Requiem for a Heavyweight (1957) ... Woman
- Our Town (1957) ... Dead Woman
 1954 An Inspector Calls
Committee Member (uncredited)

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Other Works:

[c.1960] Theatre: "Look Homeward Angel" See more »


5' 4" (1.63 m)

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