She acted in Rudolf Besier and May Edginton's play, "Secrets," at the Comedy Theatre in London, England with Fay Compton, Henry Vibart, Dorothy Holmes-Gore, Margaret Scudamore, Louise Hampton, Leon Quartermaine, and Tom Reynolds in the cast.
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Dignified British character actress, on stage from 1898. In films from 1916, she was usually seen in benevolent or aristocratic roles. She gave particularly strong performances in The Spy in Black
(1939) and The 39 Steps
(1935). Helen Haye taught for years at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, her prize pupils including John Gielgud and Charles Laughton.