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Marie Ney (1895–1981)

Marie Ney was born on July 18, 1895 in Chelsea, London, England as Marie Fix. She was an actress, known for Jamaica Inn (1939), Scrooge (1935) and Blonde Sinner (1956). She died on April 11, 1981 in London. See full bio »

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(age 85) in London, England, UK

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Known For

Jamaica Inn
Jamaica Inn Patience Merlyn
(1939)
Scrooge
Scrooge Spirit of Christmas Past
(1935)
Blonde Sinner
Blonde Sinner Prison Governess
(1956)
Simba
Simba Mrs. Crawford
(1955)

Filmography

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 1969 ITV Playhouse (TV Series)
Frau Surnosky
- Remember the Germans (1969) ... Frau Surnosky
 1964 Witchcraft
Malvina Lanier
 1963 West 11
Mildred Dyce
 1963 Love Story (TV Series)
Mrs Merriman
- The Garden (1963) ... Mrs Merriman
 1961-1962 BBC Sunday-Night Play (TV Mini-Series)
Mrs. Carrington / Mrs. Lee
- Member of the Family (1962) ... Mrs. Carrington
- The Wrong Side of the Park (1961) ... Mrs. Lee
 1960 Maigret (TV Series)
Madame Besson
- The Old Lady (1960) ... Madame Besson
 1957-1960 Armchair Theatre (TV Series)
Aunt Deirdre / Mrs. Egmont / Aline Solness
- The Siege at Killyfaddy (1960) ... Aunt Deirdre
- Love and Money (1959) ... Mrs. Egmont
- Ghosts (1957)
 1960 Eroica
 1960 The Four Just Men (TV Series)
Madame de Seiberd
- The Grandmother (1960) ... Madame de Seiberd
 1956-1959 ITV Play of the Week (TV Series)
Dr. Anne Carrington / Lady Corbel
- The Violent Years (1959) ... Dr. Anne Carrington
- Rain on the Just (1956) ... Lady Corbel
 1950-1957 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Mrs. Robinson / Mrs. Conway / Mrs. Tabret / ...
- The Sacred Flame (1955) ... Mrs. Tabret
- Gunpowder, Treason and Plot (1953) ... Lady Catesby
 1957 The Surgeon's Knife
Matron Fiske
 1956 Blonde Sinner
Prison Governess
 1955 ITV Television Playhouse (TV Series)
Lillian Harvey
- I Passed by Your Window (1955) ... Lillian Harvey
 1954 The Game and the Onlooker (TV Short)
Ethel Waters
 1952 Nine Till Six (TV Movie)
Mrs. Pembroke
 1951 Night Was Our Friend
Emily Raynor
 1951 The Lavender Hill Mob
School Headmistress (uncredited)
 1950 Seven Days to Noon
Mrs. Willingdon
 1950 Shadow of the Past
Mrs. Bentley
 1949 Naughty Arlette
Miss Hallam
 1949 Conspirator
Lady Pennistone
 1948 Uneasy Terms
Honoria Wymering
 1947 The Infernal Machine (TV Movie)
Jocasta, Queen of Thebes
 1947 The Little Dry Thorn (TV Movie)
Sara
 1939 Jamaica Inn
Patience Merlyn
 1939 Candida (TV Movie)
 1938 Charles and Mary (TV Movie)
Mary Lamb
 1937 Ghosts (TV Movie)
 1937 Theatre Parade (TV Series)
 1937 Dangerous Secrets
Martha Russell
 1933 Home, Sweet Home
Constance Pelham
 1933/I The Wandering Jew
Judith
 1932 Aafa-Kunterbunt II (Short)
Conférence
 1931 Kabarett-Programm Nr. 6 (Short)
 1930 Escape!
Grace
 1919/II Desert Gold
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Personal Details

Other Works:

She acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Othello," at the Old Vic Theatre (Royal Victorian Hall) in London, England with Ion Swinley, George Hayes, John Laurie, John Garside, Hilton Edwards, Andrew Leigh, Olivia Burleigh, and directed by Sir Robert Atkins in the cast. See more »
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British stage and radio actress of patrician countenance, in occasional sound films from 1930. She started her acting career in New Zealand and (with the Williamson Company) in Australia, later honing her skills at the Old Vic and Drury Lane in London. Ney was for many years involved with British Actor's Equity and was a fervent advocate of live theatre. In private life she was a collector of ... See more »

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