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Linden Travers (1913–2001)

Linden Travers was born on May 27, 1913 in Houghton-le-Spring, Durham, England as Florence Linden-Travers. She was an actress, known for The Lady Vanishes (1938), No Orchids for Miss Blandish (1948) and The Missing Million (1942). She was married to James Holman and Guy Leon. She died on October 23, 2001 in Cornwall, England. See full bio »

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 1988 Game, Set, and Match (TV Series)
Mrs. Samson
- London Match: Part 1 (1988) ... Mrs. Samson
- Mexico Set: Part 2 (1988) ... Mrs. Samson
- Berlin Game: Part 5 (1988) ... Mrs. Samson
 1960 Sea Hunt (TV Series)
Martha Loring
- The Catalyst (1960) ... Martha Loring
 1955 The Vise (TV Series)
Muriel Bexley
- The Schemer (1955) ... Muriel Bexley
 1949 Don't Ever Leave Me
Mary Lamont
 1948 Quartet
Daphne (segment "The Colonel's Lady")
 1947 Master of Bankdam
Clara Baker
 1946 Beware of Pity
Ilona Domansky
 1942 The Missing Million
Joan Walton
 1942 The Seventh Survivor
Gillian Chase
 1941 South American George
Carole Dean
 1938 Almost a Honeymoon
Patricia Quilter
 1937 The Last Adventurers
Ann Arkell
 1937 Against the Tide
Mary Poole
 1937 Dangerous Secrets
Helen Norwood Bernardy
 1937 Girl in the Street
Woman in Night Club (uncredited)
 1937 Double Alibi (Short)
 1936 Wednesday's Luck
 1935 Children of the Fog
Polly Mortimer
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I seem to have jumped out of being mistresses to playing with the comics - Tommy Trinder, Arthur Askey, and then George Formby.


A student at the Convent de la Sagesse, she acted on stage from 1931, though her first professional appearance was at the Playhouse in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, in 1933. See more »

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