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Peggy Simpson (I) (1913–1994)

Peggy Simpson was born on July 4, 1913 in Leeds, Yorkshire, England. She was an actress, known for The 39 Steps (1935), Darby and Joan (1937) and Miranda (1949). She died in January 1994 in London, England. See full bio »


(age 80) in London, England, UK

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 1961 Beware of Children
Mother of Angus
 1960 Emergency-Ward 10 (TV Series)
Sister Demayne
- Episode #1.357 (1960) ... Sister Demayne
 1950-1953 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Fanny Elssier / Hildegarde Culver
- L'Aiglon (1953) ... Fanny Elssier
- The Title (1950) ... Hildegarde Culver
 1953 Count Your Blessings (TV Movie)
Gay Butterworth
 1949 Miranda (TV Movie)
Miranda Trewella
 1947 Saloon Bar (TV Movie)
 1938 Charley's Aunt (TV Movie)
Ela Delahay
 1937 The Girl Was Young
Bathing Girl (uncredited)
 1937 Darby and Joan
Joan Templeton
 1937 The Soul of Nicholas Snyders (TV Movie)
 1936 Jack of All Trades
 1936 Where There's a Will
Barbara Stubbins
 1936 Everything Is Thunder
 1935 The 39 Steps
 1935 Fighting Stock
 1934 Temptation
 1934 The Camels Are Coming
 1934 My Old Dutch (uncredited)
 1933 Sleeping Car (uncredited)

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She acted in Frederick Whitney's play, "The Man Who Was Fed Up", at the Embassy Repertory Theatre in London, England with Alastair Sim, Henry Thompson, Barbara Couper and Brian Oulton in the cast. Frank Birch was the director. See more »

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