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Eithne Dunne (1917–1988)

Eithne Dunne was born in 1917 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. She was an actress, known for Dementia 13 (1963), No Resting Place (1951) and The Mutations (1974). She was married to Gerard Healy. She died on December 22, 1988 in London, England. See full bio »

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(age 71) in London, England, UK

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Filmography

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 1974 The Mutations
Nurse
 1972 The Visitors (TV Mini-Series)
Turkish Ambassador's wife
- Episode #1.4 (1972) ... Turkish Ambassador's wife
 1968 Resurrection (TV Mini-Series)
Agrafena
- Resurrection (1968) ... Agrafena
- Dmitri (1968) ... Agrafena
 1968 Theatre 625 (TV Series)
Elvira
- The Lady Is a Liar (1968) ... Elvira
 1967 Pride and Prejudice (TV Series)
Mrs. Gardiner
- Destiny (1967) ... Mrs. Gardiner
- Elopement (1967) ... Mrs. Gardiner
- Prejudice (1967) ... Mrs. Gardiner
 1963 Dementia 13
Lady Haloran (as Ethne Dunn)
 1959 Shake Hands with the Devil
Eileen O'Leary
 1958 She Didn't Say No!
Miss Hogan
 1958 Playhouse 90 (TV Series)
Mrs. Matson
- The Last Clear Chance (1958) ... Mrs. Matson
 1957 Omnibus (TV Series)
Mrs. Thrale
- Life of Samuel Johnson (1957) ... Mrs. Thrale
 1954-1955 Rheingold Theatre (TV Series)
Freda Holman / Doll
- The Only Son (1955) ... Freda Holman
- The Apples (1954) ... Doll
 1954 Eight O'Clock Walk
Mrs. Evans
 1951 No Resting Place
Meg Kyle
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 2009 Night of the Invisible Man (Short)
Lady Haloran
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Other Works:

She acted in John Millington Synge's play, "The Playboy of the Western World," at the Piccadilly Theatre in London, England with Siobhan McKenna, Donal Donnelly, and Brian O'Higgins in the cast. Shelah Richards was director.

Alternate Names:

Ethne Dunn

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