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Joan Fred Emney (1901–1984)

Joan Fred Emney was born on September 4, 1901 in Camberwell, Surrey, England as Joan Adrienne E. Emney. She was an actress, known for Song of Freedom (1936), North Sea Patrol (1938) and Calling All Stars (1937). She died in 1984 in Chichester, Sussex, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Song of Freedom
Song of Freedom Nell Puddick
North Sea Patrol
Calling All Stars
Calling All Stars Mrs. Bennett
BBC Sunday-Night Play
BBC Sunday-Night Play Bonita Hearne


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 1963-1966 Hugh and I (TV Series)
Second Bus Passenger
- The Jackpot (1966) ... (as Joan Emney)
- Lost Property (1963) ... Second Bus Passenger (as Joan Emney)
 1965 ITV Play of the Week (TV Series)
1st Old Dear
- Four of Hearts #1: Tilt (1965) ... 1st Old Dear
 1961 BBC Sunday-Night Play (TV Mini-Series)
Bonita Hearne
- Hullo Ragtime (1961) ... Bonita Hearne (as Joan Emney)
 1938 North Sea Patrol
 1937 Calling All Stars
Mrs. Bennett
 1936 Song of Freedom
Nell Puddick

Personal Details

Other Works:

She acted in George Abbott, Richard Bissell, Richard Adler and Jerry Ross' musical, "The Pajama Game", at the Opera House in Manchester, England with Neville Whiting, Sally Rogers, Peter Dulay, Michael Hart and Avril Fane in the cast. George Abbott and Jerome Robbins were the directors. See more »

Alternate Names:

Joan Emney

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Sister-in-law of Hazel Wiles. See more »

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