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Una Venning (1893–1985)

Una Venning was born on November 12, 1893 in Bedford, Bedfordshire, England. She was an actress, known for A Woman of No Importance (1948), Mr. Gladstone (1947) and By-Way to Eden (1947). She died on March 9, 1985. See full bio »


(age 91)

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 1964 Hide and Seek
Mrs. Cromer
 1961 Harpers West One (TV Series)
Mrs. Walby
- Episode #1.3 (1961) ... Mrs. Walby
 1957 After the Ball
 1950-1956 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Queen Elinor / Martha's mother / Mrs. Muriven / ...
- Return to Tyassi (1956) ... Martha's mother
- The River Line (1955) ... Mrs. Muriven
 1955 The Children of the New Forest (TV Series)
Judith Villiers
- The Flight (1955) ... Judith Villiers
 1954 Man with a Million
Elderly Lady at Bumbles Hotel (uncredited)
 1950 Portrait of Clare
Miss Pidgeon
 1950 Half-an-Hour (TV Movie)
Mrs. Redding
 1950 Mrs. Dot (TV Movie)
Aunt Eliza MacGregor
 1947 By-Way to Eden (TV Movie)
Mrs. Earle
 1947 Romeo and Juliet (TV Movie)
Lady Capulet
 1947 Mr. Gladstone (TV Movie)
Catherine Gladstone
 1947 I Want to Be a Doctor (TV Movie documentary) (3rd November 1947 version)
 1947 Prison Without Bars (TV Movie)
Miss Appel
 1937 Music-Hall Cavalcade: Stars of Yesterday and Today (TV Movie)
The Odd Couple
 1932 Nine Till Six
Undetermined role (uncredited)
 1916 A Welsh Singer
Laissabeth Powys
 1916 Grim Justice
Drucilla Midhurst
 1915/I Shadows

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She acted in Tyrone Guthrie's play, "Top of the Ladder," at the St. James's Theatre in London, England with John Mills, Rachel Kempson, Alison Leggatt, Mary Kerridge, Miles Malleson, Esme Church, and James Ottaway in the cast. It was presented by Laurence Olivier.

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