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Gertrude Sterroll (1870–1959)

Gertrude Sterroll was born on August 26, 1870 in Weybridge, Surrey, England as Jessie Gertrude Stevens. She was an actress, known for The Call of Youth (1921), Lorna Doone (1920) and The Glorious Adventure (1922). She died on January 27, 1959 in Marylebone, London, England. See full bio »

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Known For

The Call of Youth
The Call of Youth Mrs. Lawton
Lorna Doone
Lorna Doone Mistress Rid
The Glorious Adventure
The Glorious Adventure Duchess Constance of Moreland
His Grace Gives Notice
His Grace Gives Notice Lady Rannock


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 1939 The Lover (TV Movie)
The Lady in Waiting
 1938 The Romantic Young Lady (TV Movie)
 1938 The Man in the Bowler Hat (TV Short)
 1933 His Grace Gives Notice
Lady Rannock
 1933 She Was Only a Village Maiden
Lady Lodden
 1930 The Loves of Robert Burns (uncredited)
 1927 A Daughter in Revolt
Lady Erythea Lambe
 1925 A Romance of Mayfair
Lady Wargrave
 1924/II After Dark (Short)
Mrs. Latham
 1924 The Wine of Life
Mrs. Mainwaring
 1923 The Hypocrites
Mrs. Wilmore
 1922 The Grass Orphan
Mrs. Gresham
 1922 Potter's Clay
 1922 Dicky Monteith
Miss Tillotson
 1922 The Glorious Adventure
Duchess Constance of Moreland
 1921 The Call of Youth (Short)
Mrs. Lawton
 1920 Bars of Iron
Mrs. Lorimer
 1920 The Shadow Between
Mrs. Mawgan
 1920 Lorna Doone
Mistress Rid

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She acted in M. Gaston Baty's play, "Crime and Punishment," at the Embassy Repertory Theatre in London, England with Stephen Haggard, Ann Wilton, Geoffrey Dale, Trevor Howard, John Garside, and Brember Wills in the cast. John Fernald was director. See more »

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