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Dora Gregory (1872–1954)

Dora Gregory was born on September 2, 1872 in Dulwich, London, England. She was an actress, known for The Skin Game (1931), A Bill of Divorcement (1922) and The Card (1922). She died on March 5, 1954 in London. See full bio »

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(age 81) in London, England, UK
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Known For

The Skin Game
The Skin Game Mrs. Jackman
(1931)
A Bill of Divorcement
A Bill of Divorcement Hester Fairfield
(1922)
The Card
The Card Mrs. Machin
(1922)
In Which We Serve
In Which We Serve Mrs. Lemmon
(1942)

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 1948 The Romantic Young Lady (TV Movie)
Maria Pepa
 1948 Call of the Blood
Landlady (uncredited)
 1942 In Which We Serve
Mrs. Lemmon
 1939 Edna's Fruit Hat (TV Movie)
Mrs. Gussett
 1937 The Importance of Being Earnest (TV Movie)
Miss Prism
 1937 Polly (TV Movie)
Mrs. Ducat
 1935 Ten Minute Alibi
Charwoman
 1933 The House of Trent
Mary
 1931 The Skin Game
Mrs. Jackman
 1922 A Bill of Divorcement
Hester Fairfield
 1922 The Card
Mrs. Machin
 1918 George Robey's Day Off (Short)
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She acted in David Gray and Avery Hopwood's play, "The Best People," at the Lyric Theatre in London, England with Olga Lindo, Nora Swinburne, Ian Hunter, C.V. France, Henrietta Watson, Kenneth Kove, Hugh Williams, Maisie Darrell, Martin Sands, and Frederick Volpe in the cast.
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Virgo

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