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Ellaline Terriss (1872–1971)

Ellaline Terriss was a leading musical comedy star in the late Victorian and Edwardian period. She was the daughter of one famous actor, William Terriss (born William Lewin in 1847; murdered by a disgruntled actor in 1897), and the wife of an even more famous and accomplished one, Sir Seymour Hicks, whom she was married to from 1893 until his ... See full bio »

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 1939 The Secret Four
Lady Willoughby
 1935 Regal Cavalcade
Wife
 1934 The Iron Duke
Kitty, Duchess of Wellington
 1931 A Man of Mayfair
Old Grace
 1931 Glamour
Lady Belton
 1929 Atlantic
Alice Rool
 1927 Land of Hope and Glory
Mrs. Whiteford
 1927 Blighty
Lady Villiers
 1923 Always Tell Your Wife (Short)
Mrs. Chesson
 1917 Masks and Faces
Member of Rich's Company
 1915 Flame of Passion
Vampire Woman
 1914 Always Tell Your Wife (Short)
Mrs. Chesson
 1913/I David Garrick (Short)
Ada Ingot
 1913 Old Scrooge (Short)
 1907 My Indian Anna (Short)
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 1913 Seymour Hicks and Ellaline Terriss (Short)
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Other Works:

She acted in JM Barrie's play, "Quality Street," at the Vaudeville Theatre in London, England with Seymour Hicks, George Shelton, and Rosina Filippi in the cast. See more »
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Sister of actor William Terriss and director/writer/actor/producer Tom Terriss. See more »

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