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Betty Sinclair (I) (1907–1983)

Betty Sinclair was born on February 7, 1907 in Liverpool, England. She was an actress and production manager, known for City Streets (1931), Something in the City (1950) and Crazy Knights (1944). She died on September 20, 1983 in Tenafly, New Jersey, USA. See full bio »

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City Streets
City Streets Pansy
Something in the City
Something in the City Mrs. Ningle
Crazy Knights


Hide Hide Show Show Actress (36 credits)
 1971 Great Performances (TV Series)
Ann Mulcahy
- Hogan's Goat (1971) ... Ann Mulcahy
 1966 The Jackie Gleason Show (TV Series)
English 'Glea Girl'
- The Honeymooners: The Honeymooners in England (1966) ... English 'Glea Girl'
 1953-1963 The United States Steel Hour (TV Series)
Mrs. Mickleman / Mary Jones / Mrs. Dabney
- The Old Lady Shows Her Medals (1963) ... Mrs. Mickleman
- Seed of Guilt (1959) ... Mary Jones
- The Man in Possession (1953) ... Mrs. Dabney
 1960 The DuPont Show of the Month (TV Series)
Mrs. Hawkins
- Treasure Island (1960) ... Mrs. Hawkins
 1959 Naked City (TV Series)
Ruth Barnaby
- The Rebirth (1959) ... Ruth Barnaby
 1958 Young Dr. Malone (TV Series)
Miss Fisher (1962)
 1954-1957 Studio One in Hollywood (TV Series)
Dr, Lucy Grainger / Dr. Lucy Grainger / Cousin Lily / ...
- No Deadly Medicine: Part 2 (1957) ... Dr, Lucy Grainger
- No Deadly Medicine: Part 1 (1957) ... Dr. Lucy Grainger
- Miracle at Potter's Farm (1955) ... Cousin Lily
- Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (1954) ... Mrs. Blanchard
 1957 Climax! (TV Series)
- Deadly Climate (1957)
 1955-1957 Lux Video Theatre (TV Series)
Verna / Agnes
- Who Is Picasso? (1957) ... Verna
- The Nine-Penny Dream (1955) ... Agnes
 1956 Lust for Life
Maid (uncredited)
 1956 Gaby
Mrs. Gannet (uncredited)
 1956 The Corn Is Green (TV Movie)
 1951-1956 Robert Montgomery Presents (TV Series)
Martha Reedy - act 2 / Mrs. West
- Three Men from Tomorrow (1956) ... Martha Reedy - act 2
- Autumn Crocus (1954)
- The Ringmaster (1952) ... Mrs. West
 1955 Dr. Hudson's Secret Journal (TV Series)
Molly McGuire
- Molly McGuire ... Molly McGuire
 1954 Kraft Theatre (TV Series)
 1952-1953 Mister Peepers (TV Series)
Mrs. Mandible / Miss Jellison
- The New Gym Teacher (1953) ... Mrs. Mandible (uncredited)
- The Box Lunch Social (1953) ... Mrs. Mandible
- The School Dance (1952) ... Mrs. Mandible
- Helen the Cow (1952) ... Mrs. Mandible
- The Ventilation System (1952) ... Mrs. Mandible
 1952 Danger (TV Series)
 1951 Fireside Theatre (TV Series)
Scullery Maid
- A Christmas Carol (1951) ... Scullery Maid
 1951 Somerset Maugham TV Theatre (TV Series)
- Of Human Bondage (1951)
 1950 Something in the City
Mrs. Ningle
 1945 Black Market Babies
Nurse (uncredited)
 1945 Captain Tugboat Annie
Second Nurse
 1945 Allotment Wives
Hostess (uncredited)
 1945 Come Out Fighting
Stenographer (uncredited)
 1945 Mr. Muggs Rides Again
 1945 Docks of New York
Woman at Pawnshop (uncredited)
 1945 Mom and Dad
 1944 Crazy Knights
 1944 Bowery Champs
Apartment Manager (uncredited)
 1944 What a Man!
Office Worker
 1942 'Neath Brooklyn Bridge
Dress Saleswoman (uncredited)
 1942 Smart Alecks
Dr. Ormsby's Receptionist (uncredited)
 1931 City Streets
 1930 Lightnin'
Mrs. Bigg (uncredited)
Show Show Production manager (7 credits)

Personal Details

Other Works:

She acted in Rodney Ackland's stage adaptation of Fyodor Dostoievsky's novel, "Crime and Punishment," at the Globe Theatre in London, England with John Gielgud, Rosalind Atkinson, Audrey Fildes, Jessie Evans, Sebastian Cabot, Ferdy Mayne, Peter Jones, and George Hayes in the cast. Anthony Quayle was director.

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British stage, film, and television actress, who began her career in England, then toured the United States with the National Repertory Theatre.

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