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Joy Nichols (1925–1992)

Joy Nichols was born on February 17, 1925 in Sydney, Australia. She was an actress, known for A King in New York (1957), Not So Dusty (1956) and Cinderella (1950). She was married to Wally Peterson. She died on June 23, 1992 in Brooklyn, New York, USA. See full bio »


(age 67) in Brooklyn, New York, USA

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 1979 My Son, My Son (TV Mini-Series)
Josie Wertheim
- Episode #1.4 (1979) ... Josie Wertheim
- Episode #1.3 (1979) ... Josie Wertheim
 1965 The Holy Terror (TV Movie)
Nurse Smithers
 1957 A King in New York
 1956 Not So Dusty
 1950 Cinderella (TV Movie)
Prince Charming
 1949 Cabaret Cruise (TV Series)
 1947 The Bunyip (TV Movie)
Scientist's girl friend
 1946 Pacific Adventure
Kay Sutton
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 1957 A King in New York (performer: "The Sadness Goes On" (1957))
 1956 Not So Dusty (performer: "Tell Me What To Do")
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 1947 Variety (TV Series)
Herself - Compere
- Episode dated 22 November 1947 (1947) ... Herself - Compere
- Episode dated 6 August 1947 (1947) ... Herself - Compere
 1946 Stars in Your Eyes (TV Series)
Herself - and George Nichols
- Episode dated 28 December 1946 (1946) ... Herself - and George Nichols

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