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Diana Napier (1904–1982)

Diana Napier was born on January 31, 1904 in Bath, Somerset, England as Molly Ellis. She was an actress, known for Mimi (1935), Wedding Rehearsal (1932) and Heart's Desire (1935). She was married to Richard Tauber and G.H. Mulcaster. She died on March 12, 1982 in London, England. See full bio »


(age 78) in London, England, UK

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Known For

Mimi Mme. Sidonie
Wedding Rehearsal
Wedding Rehearsal Mrs. Dryden
Heart's Desire
Heart's Desire Diana Sheraton
A Clown Must Laugh
A Clown Must Laugh Trina, showgirl


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 1950 Bait
Eleanor Parton
 1949 I Was a Dancer
Madame Dupont
 1936 A Clown Must Laugh
Trina, showgirl
 1936 Forbidden Music
Princess Regent
 1935 Heart's Desire
Diana Sheraton
 1935 Regal Cavalcade
Actress Talking to Doorman
 1935 Mimi
Mme. Sidonie
 1934 The Private Life of Don Juan
A Lady of Sentiment
 1934 Trouble Ahead
 1934 The Warren Case
Pauline Warren
 1934 The Rise of Catherine the Great
Countess Vorontzova
 1933 For Love of You
His Wife
 1933 Strange Evidence
 1932 Her First Affaire
Mrs. Merton
 1932 Wedding Rehearsal
Mrs. Dryden
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 1935 Heart's Desire ("My World Is Gold (Because You Love Me)", uncredited)
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 1971 Omnibus (TV Series documentary)
- This Was Richard Tauber (1971) ... Herself

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5' 5" (1.65 m)

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Signed for Alexander Korda's London Films in 1934 for £20 a week. Korda apparently selected her, because she fitted his screen stereotype of a 'high class bitch'. See more »

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