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Maidie Andrews (1893–1986)

Maidie Andrews was born on September 27, 1893 in London, England. She was an actress, known for Symphony in Two Flats (1930), Gay's the Word (1952) and Ivor Novello (1956). She died on October 13, 1986 in London. See full bio »


(age 93) in London, England, UK

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Known For

Symphony in Two Flats
Symphony in Two Flats Miss Trebelli
Gay's the Word
Gay's the Word Monica Stevens
Ivor Novello
Ivor Novello Actress
A Night to Remember
A Night to Remember Christening Lady


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 1966 No Hiding Place (TV Series)
Florrie Martin
- Sing Me the Old Song (1966) ... Florrie Martin
 1962 Brothers in Law (TV Series)
Mrs. Fanshawe
- Counsel's Opinion (1962) ... Mrs. Fanshawe
 1961 Gilbert and Sullivan: The Immortal Jesters (TV Series)
Third Playgoer
- Shadows and Sunshine (1961) ... Third Playgoer
- Overture (1961)
 1960 Armchair Theatre (TV Series)
- Pink String and Sealing Wax (1960) ... Customer
 1958 A Night to Remember
Christening Lady (uncredited)
 1956 Ivor Novello (TV Movie)
 1952 Gay's the Word (TV Movie)
Monica Stevens
 1930 Symphony in Two Flats
Miss Trebelli
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 1958 This Is Your Life (TV Series documentary)
- Bransby Williams (1958) ... Herself
 1956 This Is Your Life (TV Series documentary)
- Lupino Lane (1956) ... Herself

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She acted in Franz Lehar and Ben Travers's musical, "The Three Graces," at the Empire Theatre in Leicester Square, London, England with Winifred Barnes, Vera Freeman, W.H. Berry, Thorpe Bates, Ralph Roberts, Morris Harvey, A. Scott-Gatty, and Alan Duncan in the cast. See more »

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