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Patricia Hilliard (1916–2001)

Patricia Hilliard was born on March 14, 1916 in Quetta, India as Patricia Maud Penn-Gaskell. She was an actress, known for Things to Come (1936), The Ghost Goes West (1935) and Troopship (1937). She was married to William Fox. She died on May 19, 2001 in Lewes, Sussex, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Things to Come
Things to Come Janet Gordon
The Ghost Goes West
The Ghost Goes West Shepherdess
Troopship Nurse Ann Harrison
The Girl in the Crowd


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 1947 The Cherry Orchard (TV Movie)
 1947 The Wandering Jew (TV Movie)
Gianella Battadios
 1942 The Missing Million
Dora Coleman
 1940 Shadowed Eyes
Dr. Diana Barnes
 1939 Under Suspicion (TV Movie)
 1938 Night Journey
Mary Prentice
 1937 Troopship
Nurse Ann Harrison
 1936 The Limping Man
Gloria Paget
 1936 Things to Come
Janet Gordon
 1935 The Girl in the Crowd
 1935 Full Circle
Jeanne Westover
 1934 The Private Life of Don Juan
The Girl at the Castle, a Young Girl in Love

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She acted in Dodie Smith's play, "Call It A Day," at the Globe Theatre in London, England with Fay Compton, Owen Nares, Valerie Taylor, Austin Trevor, and Marie Lohr in the cast. Basil Dean was director.


5' 6½" (1.69 m)

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Daughter of actress Ann Codrington and stepdaughter of actor Stafford Hilliard.

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