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Roberta Huby (1913–1995)

Roberta Huby was born on September 29, 1913 in London, England as Roberta Clarice Huby. She was an actress, known for Take Me to Paris (1951), The Wallet (1952) and The Case of Charles Peace (1949). She was married to Jack Melford and John Roberts (1916-1972) actor. She died on November 19, 1995 in Kingston-upon-Thames, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Take Me to Paris
Take Me to Paris Linda Vane
The Wallet
The Wallet Dot Johnson
The Case of Charles Peace
The Electronic Monster
The Electronic Monster Verna Berteaux


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 1965 Armchair Theatre (TV Series)
- A Voice in the Sky (1965) ... Helen
 1963 Jezebel ex UK (TV Series)
Peggy Grow
- The Long Cool Drop (1963) ... Peggy Grow
- Sister Ship (1963)
 1957-1961 The Vise (TV Series)
Mrs. Swift / Mae / Bess
- Dilemma for Harry (1959) ... Mae
- Girls and Diamonds (1957) ... Bess
 1958 Print of Death (Short)
Mrs. Annie Shelton
 1958 The Electronic Monster
Verna Berteaux
 1957 Educated Evans (TV Series)
Edna Soames
- Morality v. Education (1957) ... Edna Soames
 1955 Rheingold Theatre (TV Series)
Constance Trevor
- Forever Is a Long Time (1955) ... Constance Trevor
 1951 Take Me to Paris
Linda Vane
 1949 The Case of Charles Peace
Sue Thompson
 1948 Thrice Upon a Time (TV Movie)
 1947 The Handle Bar (TV Series)
- Episode #1.1 (1947)
 1947 Here's Looking at You (TV Movie)
 1941 I Thank You
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 1940 Hullo, Fame! (Documentary)

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She performed in William Chappell's revue, "The Lyric Revue," was performed at the Globe Theatre in London, England with Dora Bryan, Graham Payn, Ian Carmichael, and Joan Heal in the cast.

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