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Nadine March (1898–1944)

Nadine March was born on July 30, 1898 in London, England. She was an actress, known for Ad Lib (1937), A Ship in the Bay (1939) and Hands Across the Sea (1938). She was married to Douglas Stephenson and Stephen K. Thomas. She died on October 10, 1944 in London. See full bio »


(age 46) in London, England, UK

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 1941 The Prime Minister
Mary Anne's maid (uncredited)
 1940 Bulldog Sees It Through
 1939 Order to View (TV Series)
- Episode #1.4 (1939)
 1939 Table d'Hote (TV Movie)
Table d'Hote / Nina in "Doubting Hall"
 1939 Two Gentlemen of Soho (TV Movie)
 1939 A Ship in the Bay (TV Movie)
Miss Mingle
 1939 O Mistress Mine (TV Movie)
 1938 Many Waters (TV Movie)
 1938 London Wall (TV Movie)
Miss Hooper (1939 version)
 1938 Hands Across the Sea (TV Movie)
 1938 Two Gentlemen of Soho (TV Movie)
 1937 The Rat
 1937 Behind the Beyond (TV Movie) (1939 version)
 1937 Ad Lib (TV Movie)
 1936 Once in a Million
 1935 It's a Bet
Mis Parsons
 1934 Give Her a Ring
Karen's Friend
 1932 After Office Hours
Miss Hooper
 1921 'Orace (Short)
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She performed in Geoffrey Wright, Robert MacDermot, John Adrian Ross, and Nicholas Phipps's revue, "Members Only," at the Gate Studio Theatre in London, England with Charles Hawtrey, Hermione Gingold, Richard Haydn, Kenneth Carten, Nicholas Phipps, Ann Morrison, Billy Milton, Reginald Beckwith, and Gabrielle Brune in the cast. ... See more »

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