Miss Isobel. Written by Michael Plant and Denis Webb. Scenic Design by Peter Larkin. Directed by Cedric Hardwicke
. Royale Theatre: 26 Dec 1957- 8 Feb 1958 (53 performances). Cast: Shirley Booth
(as "Mrs. Ackroyd"), Robert Duke (as "Andrew McNeil"), Edith King (as "Mrs. Ling"), Peter Lazer (as "Robin"), Nancy Marchand
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5' 9" (1.75 m)
Did You Know?
I once heard Shaw say there are two kinds of actors: those who are happy and confidant only in being themselves, and those who are timid and self-conscious and only at ease when they are able to take refuge in some character as far removed from themselves as possible. To the former, film acting is a joy; for the latter, it is difficult and disturbing.
Hardwicke met his second wife, Mary Scott, in 1949 when she was an understudy for BLili Palmer, whom he was appearing with on Broadway in a revival of "Caesar and Cleopatra.".
Rich, resonant voice