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Mabel Constanduros (1880–1957)

Mabel Constanduros was born on March 29, 1880 in London, England as Mabel Tilling. She was an actress and writer, known for David Copperfield (1956), Worzel Gummidge Turns Detective (1953) and My Ain Folk (1945). She was married to Athanasius Constanduros. She died on February 8, 1957 in Chichester, Sussex, England. See full bio »

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David Copperfield Mrs. Gummidge
My Ain Folk Mrs. Mackenzie
Caravan Woman


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 1956 David Copperfield (TV Series)
Mrs. Gummidge
- Part 13 (1956) ... Mrs. Gummidge
- Part 10 (1956) ... Mrs. Gummidge
- Part 7 (1956) ... Mrs. Gummidge
- Part 5 (1956) ... Mrs. Gummidge
- Part 1 (1956) ... Mrs. Gummidge
 1953 Worzel Gummidge Turns Detective (TV Series)
Earthy Mangold
- Gummidge Disappears (1953) ... Earthy Mangold
- Gummidge, the Sweep (1953) ... Earthy Mangold
- Aunt Sally (1953) ... Earthy Mangold
- Enter Two Scarecrows (1953) ... Earthy Mangold
 1950 Help Yourself (Short)
Elderly wife
 1948 Easy Money
Grandma (segment The Stafford Story)
 1947 Bad Sister
 1946 Bad Company (Short)
Ma White
 1946 Caravan
 1945 My Ain Folk
Mrs. Mackenzie
 1944 The Gay Intruders
Mrs. Bates
 1942 Rose of Tralee
Mrs. Thompson
 1942 Salute John Citizen
Mrs. Bunting
 1938 The Shoemaker's Holiday (TV Movie)
 1936 Stars on Parade
Grandma Buggins (uncredited)
 1936 The Story of Papworth, the Village of Hope (Short)
Mrs. Hawkins, Henry's wife
 1935 The Hope of His Side
Mrs. Scodger
 1933 Radio Parade
Grandma Buggins
 1929 Ag and Bert (Short)
Aggie Buggins
Show Show Writer (15 credits)
Show Show Soundtrack (2 credits)

Personal Details

Other Works:

She acted in S.I. Hsiung's play, "Lady Precious Stream," at the Little Theatre in John Street, London, England by the People's National Theatre with Carol Cooombe, Esme Percy, Viola Lyel, Clifford Bartlett, and Andrew Leigh in the cast. Nancy Price and S.I. Hsiung were directors.

Publicity Listings:

1 Print Biography | 2 Articles | 1 Magazine Cover Photo | See more »

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British dramatist, screenwriter and character actress and mimic of stage, screen and radio (from 1925). Wrote more than a hundred plays, the most famous of which was the comedy "Acacia Avenue". For radio, she created the cockney Buggins Family in 1928. See more »

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