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Maud Gill (1888–1950)

Maud Gill was an English character actress, chiefly in comic roles. Born in London, she began her stage career as a dancing girl in a company run by the theatrical knight Herbert Beerbohm Tree. She recalls in her autobiography 'To See the Players' that a young Claude Rains, a year her junior, was the call-boy, who alerted the cast to their ... See full bio »

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Known For

The Farmer's Wife
The Farmer's Wife Thirza Tapper
(1928)
Love at Sea
Love at Sea Emily Foster
(1936)
The Greenwood Tree
(1929)
Look Up and Laugh
Look Up and Laugh Miss Canvey
(1935)

Filmography

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 1936 Keep Your Seats, Please!
Fannie Tidmarsh (uncredited)
 1936 Love at Sea
Emily Foster
 1935 Look Up and Laugh
Miss Canvey
 1934 Lilies of the Field
Mrs. Beverley
 1933 Excess Baggage
Duchess of Dillwater
 1933 The Crime at Blossoms
Mrs. Merryman
 1932 Aren't We All?
Bit Part (uncredited)
 1931 Mischief
Louise Piper
 1929 The Greenwood Tree
Old Maid
 1924 Not for Sale
Miss Carter
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 1930 Such Is the Law
Aunt's Maid - from 'The Price of Divorce'
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Personal Quote:

I have met with a certain amount of recognition. For years I was well known to the army of fierce little boys who guard the outer offices of theatrical agents as a woman to whom they had to say at once: 'Sorry! Nothing doing'."

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British character actress, from the stage.

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