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Winifred Shotter (1904–1996)

Winifred Shotter was born on November 5, 1904 in London, England as Winifred Florence Shotter. She was an actress, known for The Love Contract (1932), Lilies of the Field (1934) and D'Ye Ken John Peel? (1935). She was married to Gilbert Davis. She died on April 4, 1996 in London. See full bio »


(age 91) in London, England, UK

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 1959 Theatre Night (TV Series)
Gertrude Potts
- Caught Napping (1959) ... Gertrude Potts
 1956 ITV Play of the Week (TV Series)
Lady Mary Greenwood
- The White Carnation (1956) ... Lady Mary Greenwood
 1955 John and Julie
Mrs. Swayne
 1950 The Body Said No!
TV Announcer
 1949 Housemaster (TV Movie)
Barbara Fane
 1948 Potter (TV Movie)
Ella Glenney
 1948 Thark (TV Movie)
Kitty Stratton
 1948 Lovers' Leap (TV Movie)
Sarah Traille
 1947 Tons of Money (TV Movie)
Louise Allington
 1947 Rookery Nook (TV Movie)
Rhoda Marley
 1947 A Cup of Kindness (TV Movie)
Betty Ramsbotham
 1944 Candles at Nine
Brenda Tempest, Cecil's Wife
 1938 His Lordship Regrets
Mary / Mabel
 1936 Petticoat Fever
Clara Wilson
 1935 Marry the Girl
Doris Chattaway
 1935 The Rocks of Valpre
Christine Wyndham
 1935 D'Ye Ken John Peel?
Lucy Merrall
 1934 Lilies of the Field
Betty Beverley
 1933 Just My Luck
Peggy Croft
 1933 Night of the Garter
Gwen Darling
 1933 Up to the Neck
April Dawne
 1932 The Love Contract
 1932 Night and Day
 1932 A Night Like This
Cora Mellish
 1931 Mischief
Diana Birkett
 1931 The Chance of a Night Time
Pauline Gay
 1930 On Approval
Helen Hayle
 1929 Peace and Quiet (Short)
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She acted in Clifford Mills, John Ramsay, and Roger Quilter's play, "Where the Rainbow Ends," performed as a ballet at the Royal Festival Hall in London, England with Alicia Markova (Spirit of the lake), Anton Dolin (St. George), and Claude Hulbert in the cast. Leighton Lucas was the conductor. Anton Dolin was also director.

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5' 5" (1.65 m)

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Brunette, dimpled musical comedy performer of the 1920's and 30's, the daughter of a leather factory manager. On stage from 1918 and remembered as the frightened heroine of the Aldwych farces, beginning with "Rookery Nook" in 1930. During the war she was part of ENSA and spent several months in India entertaining British troops. In 1946, she was selected from 6000 applicants for the position of ... See more »

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