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Helena Hughes

Helena Hughes was born as Helena Cairns Hughes. She is an actress, known for Return to Glennascaul (1953), The Wayward Saint (1956) and The Bowl of Ramayana (1956). See full bio »

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Return to Glennascaul
Return to Glennascaul Lucy Campbell
The Wayward Saint
The Wayward Saint Maura Monigan
The Bowl of Ramayana
The Bowl of Ramayana Princess Shirwane
Our Mutual Friend
Our Mutual Friend Jenny Wren


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 1960 The Four Just Men (TV Series)
Maria Trescal
- The Discovery (1960) ... Maria Trescal
 1960 Startime (TV Series)
Celia Coplestone
- The Cocktail Party (1960) ... Celia Coplestone
 1959 ITV Play of the Week (TV Series)
- South (1959) ... Regina
 1958-1959 Our Mutual Friend (TV Series)
Jenny Wren
- Part 11 (1959) ... Jenny Wren
- Part 10 (1959) ... Jenny Wren
- Part 9 (1959) ... Jenny Wren
- Part 8 (1958) ... Jenny Wren
- Part 7 (1958) ... Jenny Wren
 1956 The Bowl of Ramayana (TV Short)
Princess Shirwane
 1956 The Wayward Saint (TV Movie)
Maura Monigan
 1955 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Diddo Geiss / Margery Baines
- The Devil's General (1955) ... Diddo Geiss
- The Makepeace Story #3: Family Business (1955) ... Margery Baines
 1955 Kathleen (TV Movie)
Kathleen Fogarty

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She acted in John Osborne's play, "Look Back in Anger," at the Royal Court Theatre in London, England with Kenneth Haigh, Alan Bates, Mary Ure, and John Welsh in the cast. Tony Richardson was director.

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