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Jean Gillie (1915–1949)

British actress Jean Gillie met husband Jack Bernhard while he was stationed in Britain during the war. When they came to Hollywood, he produced and directed Decoy (1946) as a vehicle to showcase her talents to American audiences. However, the couple soon divorced and she would have only one other role before prematurely dying three years later at... See full bio »


(age 33) in London, England, UK

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 1947 The Macomber Affair
 1946 Decoy
Margot Shelby (as Miss Jean Gillie)
 1945 Flight from Folly
 1944 Tawny Pipit
Nancy Forester
 1943 The Saint Meets the Tiger
Pat Holm
 1943 The Gentle Sex
Dot Hopkins
 1940 Sailors Don't Care
 1940 The Middle Watch
Betty Hewett
 1940 The Spider
Clare Marley
 1940 The Call for Arms (Short)
 1938 Sweet Devil
Jill Turner
 1937 The Live Wire
Sally Barton
 1937 The Girl in the Taxi
 1936 This'll Make You Whistle
Joan Longhurst
 1935 His Majesty and Co
 1935 While Parents Sleep
Bubbles Thompson
 1935 It Happened in Paris
 1935 School for Stars
Joan Martin
 1935 Smith's Wives
 1935 Brewster's Millions
Miss Tompkins (uncredited)

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Miss Jean Gillie

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