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Alma Lawton (1896–1982)

Alma Lawton was born on August 17, 1896 in Woolwich, London, England. She was an actress, known for Mary Poppins (1964), Lady Possessed (1952) and My Fair Lady (1964). She died on February 24, 1982 in London. See full bio »


(age 85) in London, England, UK

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Mary Poppins
Mary Poppins Mrs. Corry - Old Woman in Park
Lady Possessed
My Fair Lady
My Fair Lady Flower Girl
Lights Out
Lights Out Dee Darrow


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 1973 Emergency! (TV Series)
English Maid
- The Professor (1973) ... English Maid
 1969 Justine
Pombal's Loving Girl (uncredited)
 1964 My Fair Lady
Flower Girl (uncredited)
 1964 Mary Poppins
Mrs. Corry - Old Woman in Park
 1963 My Three Sons (TV Series)
- Scotch Broth (1963) ... Dorcas
 1960 Midnight Lace (uncredited)
 1960 Peter Gunn (TV Series)
- See No Evil (1960) ... Supervisor
 1959 One Step Beyond (TV Series)
- The Devil's Laughter (1959) ... Liz
 1959 The Jack Benny Program (TV Series)
Supporting Player
- Autolight (1959) ... Supporting Player
 1958 Alfred Hitchcock Presents (TV Series)
- Murder Me Twice (1958) ... Alma
 1957 Telephone Time (TV Series)
- Parents of a Stranger (1957) ... Teacher
 1957 Sergeant Preston of the Yukon (TV Series)
Molly Andrews
- Blind Justice (1957) ... Molly Andrews
 1956 Gaby
English Girl (uncredited)
 1952 My Cousin Rachel
Mary Pascoe (uncredited)
 1952 Lady Possessed
 1951 Thunder on the Hill
Nurse Brent (uncredited)
 1951 Lights Out (TV Series)
Dee Darrow
- The Fonceville Curse (1951) ... Dee Darrow

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