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Phyllis Monkman (1892–1976)

Phyllis Monkman was born on January 8, 1892 in London, England as Phyllis Ida Harrison. She was an actress, known for Her Heritage (1919), The King of Paris (1934) and Young Man's Fancy (1939). She was married to Laddie Cliff. She died on December 2, 1976 in London. See full bio »


(age 84) in London, England, UK

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Known For

Her Heritage
Her Heritage Lady Mary Strode
The King of Paris
Young Man's Fancy
Diamond City
Diamond City Ma Bracken


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 1949 Diamond City
Ma Bracken
 1949 A Word in Your Eye (TV Movie)
 1946 Carnival
 1942 Uncensored
The Pony Act (uncredited)
 1940 The Good Old Days
Mrs. Bennett
 1939 Here's Looking at Them (TV Movie)
 1939 Young Man's Fancy
 1934 The King of Paris
 1929 Blackmail
Gossip Woman (uncredited)
 1927 On with the Dance (Short)
 1919 Her Heritage
Lady Mary Strode
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 1938-1939 Re-View (TV Series)
Herself / Herself - Dancer / Herself - Performer
- Episode dated 24 July 1939 (1939) ... Herself
- Episode dated 2 February 1939 (1939) ... Herself
- Episode dated 18 January 1939 (1939) ... Herself - Dancer
- Episode dated 12 January 1939 (1939) ... Herself - Dancer
- Episode dated 25 October 1938 (1938) ... Herself - Performer

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She acted in Redstone's play, "5064 Gerrard!," at the Alhambra Theatre in London, England with Gaby Deslys, Robert Hale, Beatrice Lillie, Lee White, and Jack Morrison in the cast. See more »

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