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Phoebe Kershaw (1908–1998)

Phoebe Kershaw was born on November 6, 1908 in Marylebone, London, England as Phoebe Gretel Erica Goddard. She was an actress, known for Blackout (1940), The Young Idea (1939) and First Stop North (1939). She died on February 28, 1998 in Hove, East Sussex, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Blackout
Blackout Miss Lang
(1940)
The Young Idea
The Young Idea Priscilla Hartleberry
(1939)
First Stop North
First Stop North Kay Masters
(1939)
The Torchbearers
The Torchbearers Mrs. Clara Sheppard
(1939)

Filmography

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 1952 Zip Goes a Million (TV Movie)
Paula Van Norden
 1940 Blackout
Miss Lang
 1939 First Stop North (TV Movie)
Kay Masters
 1939 The Torchbearers (TV Movie)
Mrs. Clara Sheppard
 1939 The Young Idea (TV Movie)
Priscilla Hartleberry
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Other Works:

She acted in Noel Coward's play, "Home Chat," and J.M. Barrie's play, "Barbara's Wedding," at the King's Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Enid Sass, Wilson Barrett, Brian Oulton, Joan Lang, Ruth Goddard, Cicely Paget Bowman, Neil Crawford, and Owen Reynolds in the cast.
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Scorpio

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