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Jane Welsh (1905–2001)

Jane Welsh was born on January 14, 1905 in Bristol, England as Louisa Joyce Tudor-Jones. She was an actress, known for Sherlock Holmes and the Missing Rembrandt (1932), The Bells (1931) and Two Crowded Hours (1931). She was married to Leonard Ritte and Henry Mollison. She died on November 27, 2001 in London, England. See full bio »

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(age 96) in London, England, UK
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 1958 Ivanhoe (TV Series)
Lady Margaret
- Slave Traders (1958) ... Lady Margaret
 1956 The Case of the River Morgue (Short)
Mrs. Hiller
 1955 The Case of the Red Monkey
Supt. McCollum - sanitarium
 1954 Fatal Journey (Short)
Mrs. Preston
 1953 Man in Hiding
Laura
 1950 The Dragon of Pendragon Castle
Mrs. Fielding
 1950 The Second Mate
Mrs. Mead
 1944 Bell-Bottom George
Rita
 1938 Little Dolly Daydream
Claire
 1935 Annie, Leave the Room!
Lady Mary
 1934 Whispering Tongues
Claudia Mayland
 1934 Spring in the Air
Rosa
 1932 The Other Mrs. Phipps (Short)
Vivienne
 1932 The Chinese Puzzle
Victoria
 1932 Sherlock Holmes and the Missing Rembrandt
Lady Violet Lamsden
 1932 Condemned to Death
Sonia Wallington
 1932 Frail Women
Sister
 1931 Two Crowded Hours (Short)
Joyce Danton
 1931 Sherlock Holmes' Fatal Hour
Kathleen Adair

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Other Works:

She acted in Wilson Collison and Avery Hopwood's play, "Night of the Garter," at the Strand Theatre in London, England with Sydney Howard, Angela Baddeley, Connie Ediss, Austin Melford, and Marjorie Brooks in the cast.

Height:

5' 6" (1.68 m)
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She was the last survivor of a trio of actress friends that included Joan Marion and Nora Swinburne, both of whom predeceased her. See more »

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Capricorn

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